The SDA Team conducted house visits at 668B Edgefield Plains, in the absence of our Chairman Desmond Lim who is recuperating from surgery and long-time member and kaki Kelvin Ong who has been called up for reservist. We are happy to receive such a warm welcome from residents!
In the SDA’s manifesto, we spoke about the need to cut extravagant and unnecessary government spending so that Singaporeans do not have to be burdened with higher taxes. One such extravagant and unnecessary spending is on the appointment of Mayors of Community Development Councils (CDCs). The Mayors’ role is to oversee the CDC, and each […]
The SDA is disappointed with the measures announced in Budget 2021. With incomes stagnating, rising under-employment, and surging cost of living, these measures will put a further strain on Singaporeans. (1) Trickle-down effects of the petrol tax hike on average Singaporeans Petrol tax has been hiked by up to 23 percent. This is up from […]
The Nominated MP (NMP) Scheme is the PAP-led government’s way of telling you that you can have your cake and eat it too. That Singaporeans can have their voices heard without needing to elect an MP from the opposition or otherwise. Singaporeans shouldn’t buy that nonsense. After all this is the same government that been […]
Singapore’s population today is 5.7 million. Out of this, 40 percent are foreigners. Our birth rate has been consistently low and now stands at 1.14. In short, we should not expect a huge spike in the population of native Singaporeans any time soon. So, are plans to clear the 33ha Dover Forest site for housing […]
Singaporeans are known to be willing to trade some of their personal rights and privacy for security. Yet, so many Singaporeans are angry with the implementation of the TraceTogether (TT) token and app. Speaking to residents in Pasir Ris and Punggol, the sentiment is that Singaporeans are upset that the government has broken their trust. […]
The SDA team visited 101 Pasir Ris Street 12 and we had a heart-warming time with the residents!
When I was young, the struggle for most hawkers was about earning a living while escaping from environment officers. Because in the 1960 and 70s, most hawkers didn’t have the necessary licence to sell food! Today, the struggle is higher rents due to increased privatisation of hawker centres, and rising costs due to rising government […]