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“If we (the WP) had done anything wrong, we would all be in jail! If there was any corruption, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau would have checked on us — they couldn’t have let us off! [in Teochew] - PAP and the Aljunied – Hougang – Punggol East Town Council issue.”
Mr Low Thia Khiang
Aljunied GRC, Workers' Party
Election Timeline
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Publication of
EBRC Report
[ Mar 13 ]
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56 days
Parliament Dissolved
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7 days
Nomination Day
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1 days
Notice of Contested Election
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1 days
Campaigning
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8 days
Polling Day
[ by Apr 13 ]
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1 days
Counting Of Votes
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5 days
Elected Candidates Form The Parliament
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15 days
14th Parliament Assembled
Mr Lawrence Wong,
Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC,
People's Action Party
“In an election, it’s natural for Opposition parties to focus on things that are doing so well, and then they use that to stir and to get people excitement, and all upset.”
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“If we (the WP) had done anything wrong, we would all be in jail! If there was any corruption, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau would have checked on us — they couldn’t have let us off! [in Teochew] - PAP and the Aljunied – Hougang – Punggol East Town Council issue.”
Mr Low Thia Khiang
Aljunied GRC, Workers' Party
“In an election, it’s natural for Opposition parties to focus on things that are doing so well, and then they use that to stir and to get people excitement, and all upset.”
Mr Lawrence Wong
Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC, People's Action Party
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