Progress Singapore Party to contest in 4 GRCs and 5 SMCs!

Updated: Jun 30, 2020

Progress Singapore Party (PSP), led by Dr Tan Cheng Bock, announced on 26 June 2020 its line-ups of potential candidates! The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) will contest in 4 Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs) and 5 Single Member Constituencies (SMCs) at the upcoming General Election 2020, GE2020.

Progress Singapore Party (PSP) will contest in West Coast, Nee Soon, Tanjong Pagar and Chua Chu Kang GRCs, and Hong Kah North, Pioneer, Yio Chu Kang, Kebun Baru and Marymount SMCs.

A total of 24 seats will be contested by the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) in total.

West Coast GRC - 5 seats

Nee Soon GRC - 5 seats

Tanjong Pagar GRC - 5 seats

Chua Chu Kang GRC - 4 seats

Hong Kah North SMC - 1 seat

Pioneer SMC - 1 seat

Yio Chu Kang SMC - 1 seat

Kebun Baru SMC - 1 seat

Marymount SMC - 1 seat

READ: Workers' Party to contest in 4 GRCs and 2 SMCs!

Dr Tan Cheng Bock, Mr Jeffrey Khoo, Ms Hazel Poa, Mr Leong Mun Wai and Mr Nadarajah Loganathan are likely to form a five-member team contesting West Coast GRC.

Note: Dr Tan was previously the MP for Ayer Rajah SMC for 26 years, when he was with the People's Action Party (PAP). Ayer Rajah SMC is now  part of West Coast GRC.

Mr Damien Tay, Mr Taufik Supan, Ms Kala Manickam, Mr S Nallakaruppan and Mr Brad Bowyer are likely to form a five-member team contesting Nee Soon GRC.

Mr Michael Chua, Mr Harish Pillay, Ms Wendy Low, Mr Terence Soon and Mr Abas Kasmani are likely to form a five-member team contesting Tanjong Pagar GRC.

Mr Francis Yuen, Dr Tan Meng Wah, Mr Choo Shaun Ming, Mr Abdul Rahman are likely to form a four-member team contesting Chua Chu Kang GRC.

Ms Gigene Wong is likely to contest in Hong Kah North SMC.

Mr Lim Cher Hong is likely to contest in Pioneer SMC.

Ms Kayla Low is likely to contest in Yio Chu Kang SMC (new).

Mr Kumaran Pillai is likely to contest in Kebun Baru SMC (new).

Dr Ang Yong Guan is likely to contest in Marymount SMC (new).

You may have noticed that the starting line-ups announced exclude new and prominent Progress Singapore Party (PSP) party member Mr Lee Hsien Yang, the brother of Prime Minister Mr Lee Hsien Loong. However, Dr Tan said that things could still change before Nomination Day on Tuesday.

Let me remind you in politics change can happen ... you know candidates can be switched all around

As of today, the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) appears to field the most number of candidates in GE2020, amongst all other oppostition.

We wish Progress Singapore Party (PSP) all the best!

READ: Landslide Victory for PAP! (Our Predictions)

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