Thursday, 17 Dec 2015
Singaporeans trust that the PAP they voted in does not just stand for its stellar track record, but also how it can better their lives in future.
As the dust settles on GE2015, it is timely for the PAP to look forward and prepare Singapore for the future.
“Voters will judge the PAP not only by what we have done before, but what we will be doing this term, and what we can do,” said PAP Secretary General and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, when he addressed about 1,500 party members during the PAP Convention on December 6 titled “Forward with Passion, Together in Action”.
In a 35-minute speech delivered at the Singapore Expo, Mr Lee talked about what the PAP needs to do in future to “continue to be a national party that represents the broad majority of Singaporeans and works for the interest of all Singaporeans.”
MPs and activists must continue working hard while staying humble, to connect with residents.
Rakyat Singapura percaya bahawa PAP yang mereka undi bukan hanya bersandarkan kepada rekod cemerlang parti, tetapi juga bagaimana ia dapat memperbaiki kehidupan mereka pada masa depan.
Prior to the PAP Convention, the Districts brainstormed various challenges and tossed up several proposed ideas. During these sessions, the participants also had the chance to vote for their favourite ideas.
Mr Heng Swee Keat will take charge of the PAP’s efforts to analyse its performance in the 2015 general elections while Mr Gan Kim Yong will handle the process of identifying candidates for GE2021.
Petir produces an updated list of our MPs and branch chairs.
Labour chief Chan Chun Sing is heading the executive committee of the party's headquarters (HQ Exco), having taken over from DPM Teo Chee Hean. He tells Petir his new responsibilities.
Petir went behind-the-scenes to find out from the organisers the PPF Council on the preparations that made this year’s convention different.
Petir finds out from some of them what continues to keep them motivated and inspired all these years.