The Big Read: Does PAP’s changing tack in opposition wards signal a new game plan?

24/7/2021 9:00:00 AM

The Big Read: Does PAP’s changing tack in opposition wards signal a new game plan?

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The Big Read: Does PAP’s changing tack in opposition wards signal a new game plan?Good for them…they will get more disconnected with the ground and continue to cede more constituencies to the alternative parties…look at how a sec-gen of the national union of almost one million members cum cabinet minister can lose out to a team of new people from WP…😷 No new game plan, they're out of touch and sitting in their ivory towers. Don't read it as more than it is, nothing ever changes with them. 🙄

The Big Read in short: Is PAP changing tactics in WP territory?Each week, TODAY's long-running Big Read series delves into the trends and issues that matter. This week, we examine the People’s Action Party’s changing tack in the opposition wards. This is a shortened version of the full feature.

The Big Read: Does PAP’s changing tack in opposition wards signal a new game plan?Good for them…they will get more disconnected with the ground and continue to cede more constituencies to the alternative parties…look at how a sec-gen of the national union of almost one million members cum cabinet minister can lose out to a team of new people from WP…😷 No new game plan, they're out of touch and sitting in their ivory towers. Don't read it as more than it is, nothing ever changes with them. 🙄

The Big Read in short: Is PAP changing tactics in WP territory?Each week, TODAY's long-running Big Read series delves into the trends and issues that matter. This week, we examine the People’s Action Party’s changing tack in the opposition wards. This is a shortened version of the full feature.

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