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Singapore Parliament

Parliament will sit at 1.30pm on Monday (Jan 25) to debate the President’s address. This will be the first sitting of Parliament after various ministries issued their addenda in response to Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam’s speech on Jan 15.

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MP Low Thia Khiang, PM Lee, Sylvia Lim on where WP stands on govt policies

Singapore Parliament

Aljunied GRC MP Low Thia Khiang said he focused on constructive politics in his speech as it's an important issue. He stated that he endorsed what President Tony Tan had said in his address, but one should look at the outcome of constructive politics, and parties should be able to move forward despite differences. He denied that his Workers' Party has flip-flopped on issues. PM Lee said as a leader of his party, Mr Low should state where his party stands on the big issues, on what the govt is doing. 

28 May 2014
28 May 2014

Aljunied GRC MP Low Thia Khiang said he focused on constructive politics in his speech as it's an important issue. He stated that he endorsed what President Tony Tan had said in his address, but one should look at the outcome of constructive politics, and parties should be able to move forward despite differences. He denied that his Workers' Party has flip-flopped on issues. PM Lee said as a leader of his party, Mr Low should state where his party stands on the big issues, on what the govt is doing.