Posts Tagged ‘general elections’

More from the Singapore Global Dialogue.  CNA, with video: Singapore’s former minister mentor Lee Kuan Yew said it is unlikely that Singapore and Malaysia will merge in the future. … “Najib has brought forth a positive view of bilateral relations and the desire to develop southern Johor, the Iskandar region, using Singapore as a kind […]

The Workers Party team in Aljunied has even Lee Kuan Yew running scared.  CNA, with video: Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew has urged the voters of Aljunied GRC to exercise their vote carefully in the 7 May General Election. This is because a wrong choice would mean they lose a strong team of office holders […]

Lee Kuan Yew on why people should keep voting for the PAP.  AsiaOne, with video: On Saturday, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew addressed residents of Tanjong Pagar GRC at Bukit Merah for the GRC’s Family Day. He spoke on why Singaporeans should take the coming election seriously. “Every General Election is a serious choice of the […]

A Malaysian newspaper offers the kind of commentary you’d never see in Singapore’s state press.  The Star: With the coming election tipped to swing against his governing party, the founding leader, Lee Kuan Yew, who is 87, has signalled his intention to continue in office. Speaking with a slight slur and looking his age, Lee […]

Lee Kuan Yew tells Singaporeans to accept more foreigners.  ST: MINISTER Mentor Lee Kuan Yew has weighed in on the continuing need to bring in foreign workers and talent from abroad so that Singapore could take on the world-wide competition for growth and progress. Addressing Singaporeans’ concerns over the influx of foreigners who they fear […]