How would NSP define the poverty line?

Cartoonist Leslie Chew drew a cartoon exclusively for our last publication of North Star newspaper. Recently, we posted this cartoon on our Facebook. Responding to this Facebook post, a resident of Choa Chu Kang wrote to us asking how the…

Re-Visioning the CPF Scheme with 6/6 Clarity

Executive Summary In recent months, the Government has faced unprecedented criticisms of and attacks on the CPF Scheme. Reneged promises to restore cuts in employer contribution rates, the ever-increasing Minimum Sum, termination of schemes like the Combined Minimum Sum Scheme…

Electoral Reform Proposal to Abolish GRC and Introduce CRM

The Group Representation Constituency (GRC) Scheme was incepted to uphold multi-racialism by guaranteeing minority representation in Parliament. However, the GRC Scheme hinders political competition, fortifies the incumbents and works against democracy. NSP proposes that the GRC Scheme be abolished, the nation…

Brief Report on Public Dialogue

The National Solidarity Party (NSP) conducted a public dialogue on the CPF monies and the CPF Minimum Sum scheme on 4 June 2014. The decision to hold the Forum at our Party HQ was made after two commercial venue owners…

The Silence of Fear

Three years after what was hailed as a “watershed” election in GE 2011, many Singaporeans are still wary of opposition politicians and afraid of voicing their views on political issues. In these past days, the subject of our CPF monies…