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4 New Faces Voted into Singapore People’s Party CEC

SINGAPORE — Facing a pressing need for leadership renewal, the Singapore People’s Party (SPP) has elected a new 12-member central executive committee (CEC) with a third comprising new faces. Figurehead Chiam See Tong is also stepping down as widely reported, but his wife Lina Chiam is staying on.

Singapore People’s Party celebrates 25th anniversary

Singapore—One of the country’s opposition parties, the Singapore People’s Party (SPP), celebrated its 25th anniversary on Sunday, November 17, with a gathering over lunch with the party’s “closest volunteers and friends.”

Steve Chia takes over from Chiam See Tong as Singapore People’s Party chief, Jose Raymond is chairman

The Singapore People’s Party, long helmed by opposition veteran Chiam See Tong, has a new leader for the first time since 1996.

What next for the Singapore People’s Party?

The name, Chiam See Tong has been synonymous with Singapore politics for almost four decades, ever since he won the Potong Pasir seat at the General Elections held on 22 December 1984.

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