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One of Our Volunteers Speaks Up

Recently one of our volunteers wrote in with his criticisms of current PAP Government policies and suggestions for changes. We welcome your feedback. Please note that these policy suggestions are not part of the official Reform Party manifesto though in … Continue reading

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Lee Hsien Loong Has Filed A Summary Judgment Against Me For The CPF Case

Lee Hsien Loong Has Filed A Summary Judgment Against Me For The CPF Case.

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Reform Party Anniversary 2009 Dinner Speech by Secretary General Kenneth Jeyaretnam

Good Evening, Ladies and Gentlemen.  I would like to extend a warm welcome to you, on this the Reform Party’s First Anniversary Dinner. It is good to see so many people here tonight, diplomats from around the world and representatives … Continue reading

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The RP’s Response to Budget 2011

My Fellow Singaporeans, Don’t you get the feeling that this is a government that lurches from day to day and has no long term plan?  That there is no one today who is the equal of Dr. Goh Keng Swee … Continue reading

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Rally for Reform-An Invitation to Make It Right for Singapore

Dear Fellow Singaporean,  It has taken a lot of your blood, sweat and tears over some nearly 50 years for Singaporeans to get to where we are today. But the next election is not about where we have been and … Continue reading

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Why the PAP’s pre-Election Budget will still shortchange Singaporeans

In his speech to the PAP Conference on 27th November, PM Lee said that Singaporeans could expect a good Budget because government revenues had been better than expected. The Reform Party is not surprised by this.  The real question is … Continue reading

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Fresh Challenges and the New Political Playing Field

(The following is an excerpt of Kenneth Jeyaretnam’s speech at Political Dialogue @NUSS) I do not believe that there are any fresh challenges this election as compared with 2006. The issues remain more or less the same although now they … Continue reading

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