Stop harassment of Aung San Suu Kyi Letter to Burma’s SPDC

State Peace and Development CouncilBurmaVia the Burmese Embassy15 St Martin’s DriveSingapore 257996 Dear Sirs, The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) wishes to register its deepest consternation on the latest harassment of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Your attempts to prevent the true leader of Burma in carrying out her work are an affront to the decencyContinue reading “Stop harassment of Aung San Suu Kyi Letter to Burma’s SPDC”

Chee to attend Gore’s presidential nomination

Dr Chee Soon Juan, Secretary-General of the Singapore Democratic Party will be attending Mr Al Gore’s nomination as the Democratic Party’s candidate in the US presidential elections which will take place at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Los Angeles from 13 to 17 August 2000. Dr Chee will also attend the International Leaders ForumContinue reading “Chee to attend Gore’s presidential nomination”

Singapore Learns to Innovate

Are creativity and effective management irreconcilable? Singapore’s Economic Development Board believes that good processes can be innovation’s best ally. Singapore has made a fortune by being predictable. The city-state swears by dependability, whether it’s in tap water (all of which is potable), or in politics (all of which is one-party), or in business. In Singapore,Continue reading “Singapore Learns to Innovate”

SDP sends congrats to Taiwanese President Chen

President-elect Mr Chen Shui-bian& Vice-President-elect Ms Annette LuDemocratic Progressive Partyvia fax: 886 2 2393-2150 Dear Mr Chen and Ms Lu, On behalf of the members of the Singapore Democratic Party, let me congratulate you on your historic victory in the elections. The mandate that you received, despite the pre-election threats from mainland China, is anContinue reading “SDP sends congrats to Taiwanese President Chen”

Rights of people not for PAP to give-Reply to Straits Times

Ms Chua Lee Hoong claims that she cannot understand why I criticised the PAP Government’s idea of a free speech venue (“Speakers’ corner a test of whether people will listen,” ST, 22 Mar 2000). Singaporeans must never forget that our rights to freedom of speech, assembly and association is not for the PAP to give.Continue reading “Rights of people not for PAP to give-Reply to Straits Times”