WP defends record in parliament in second rally
Workers' Party members continued the line that there is scope for more opposition voices in parliament in their rally this evening.
They also defended their record in parliament, saying the party's MPs have made a difference.
For example, moving a motion on the child care sector and questioning the ethnic integration quota policy for rental flats.
Aljunied MP Pritam Singh said the PAP will only do more if kept on its toes.
Party chairperson Sylvia Lim said she has also highlighted issues about the transparency and accountability of town councils and their management.
This is especially in light of the sale of the town council computer system to Action Information Management or AIM
"The AIM saga illustrates value of political competition in safeguarding public interest. Voting Opposition provides more channels for transparency, accountability."
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