In a joint statement by ICA and ELD, 101 Singaporeans are unable to vote in this general elections due to a glitch in the ICA system that processes the local contact address submitted by overseas
About [email protected]This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far [email protected] has created 11 blog entries.
SPP, PSP, WP, NSPSeveral opposition parties had discussions on their plans if they were to be offered a place in parliament as a Non-constituency Member of Parliament. PSP secretary-general Tan Cheng Bock told on media
PAP vs WP vs SDP vs PSP Two political debates were held live within the Mediacorp Campus on Channel 5, CNA and Channel 8. Workers' Party did not participate in the Chinese-language debate. Catch-up and watch the English debate here. Party
PAPPAP confirmed the team for 16 electoral divisions:Marine Parade GRC: Incumbent Speaker Tan Chuan-Jin, Senior Minister of State Edwin Tong, Seah Kian Peng, and new members Tan See Leng and Mohd Fahmi Aliman. Incumbent MP
PAP PAP unveiled the candidates for six electoral divisions: Tanjong Pagar GRC: Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing will defend the constituency, along with incumbent Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Indranee Rajah
PAP PAP unveiled the candidates for three electoral divisions: Sembawang GRC: Education minister Ong Ye Kung announced on his Facebook page that he will be defending the constituency, along with incumbent MPs, Lim Wee
PAP PAP released its manifesto for the upcoming election, as well as its slogan: "Our Lives, Our Jobs, Our Future". The party's secretary-general Lee cited that in a normal election, the party would have
Elections Department revealed that they have received a total of 226 political donation certificates at the time of closing, an increase of six from the count of 220 compared to the 2015 elections, including
PV PV announced its intention to contest Jalan Besar GRC, Mountbatten SMC, Pasir-Ris Punggol GRC, Pioneer SMC and Punggol West SMC.  PAP PAP unveiled three more batches of new candidates, respectively introduced by
PSP PSP unveiled Lee Hsien Yang, younger brother of Lee Hsien Loong and also the younger son of Lee Kuan Yew, as a party member. The younger Lee is considering contesting the election. PAP