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Singapore GE2020: Opposition parties fan out across S'pore on weekend before Nomination Day

Jun 29, 2020 | 🚀 Fathership
Former Workers' Party chief Low Thia Khiang yesterday returned to his old stomping ground in Hougang to meet residents, in his first public appearance since he had a bad fall in April.

Politicians from other opposition parties yesterday also fanned out across the island to meet residents.

On the last weekend before Nomination Day, several parties also introduced candidates and unveiled manifestos.

THE WORKERS' PARTY. The WP, Red Dot United and Singapore People's Party all laid out their priorities for the election.

Dr Ang Yong Guan, 65, the Progress Singapore Party's candidate for Marymount SMC, distributed fliers and greeted constituents at Bishan North Shopping Mall, while party chief Tan Cheng Bock led another team for a visit to Boon Lay Place Market in West Coast GRC. Singapore Democratic Party candidates Min Cheong, a 35-year-old marketing and communications professional, and entrepreneur Alfred Tan, 54, were also seen on a walkabout at Sunset Way estate off Clementi Road yesterday.