The Reform Party

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Reform Party National Day Message 2015

Posted: 20th October 2015 By Admin

On the brink of our 50th National Day, we should rightfully celebrate Singapore’s achievements. We have come a long way since independence. Measured in terms of per-capita incomes we are one of the richest countries in the world. Our success has not been built on the brilliance and vision of one man or one family … Read more

The time is now!

Posted: 30th March 2011 By Admin

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Recently a fellow Singaporean expressed interest in joining the Reform Party but was hesitant because he felt that he did not have the credentials to join. He said: “The Opposition needs brighter minds and not simpletons like me.” I would like to put on record that this is a misconception that … Read more

Announcement: Recruitment drive on Sat 2nd Apr 2011

Posted: 28th March 2011 By Admin

The Reform Party will be having a membership recruitment drive this coming Saturday: Date: Saturday, 02 Apr 2011 Time: 1:30pm to 4pm Venue: RP office at 18A Smith Street (getting there) If you support our message that Singapore needs change, and agree with the RP’s Election Manifesto, we sincerely invite you to become a member. … Read more

Perspectives of a Student

Posted: 20th March 2011 By Kenneth Jeyaretnam

As the nation gears up for the upcoming elections, many more Singaporeans will be voicing out on the critical issues of today. As a fellow Singaporean I would like to take this chance to contribute to this helpful dialogue and voice out my views as a undergraduate, on the critical issues that I think many … Read more

A Case of the Tail Wagging the Dog or How the RP Has Already Changed Government Policy for the Better

Posted: 17th March 2011 By Kenneth Jeyaretnam

Recently on Talking Point[1] I mentioned SM Goh’s comments on 22nd February in Marine Parade and how government policy had apparently been changed to reflect what the Reform Party had been saying since 2009. SM Goh talked about the need to rely on raising Singaporeans’ productivity and incomes rather than the import of cheap foreign … Read more

Why the Gazetting of TOC Should Be a Wake-Up Call

Posted: 13th January 2011 By Kenneth Jeyaretnam

Reactions amongst citizens to the news of the gazetting of alternative online news site, The Online Citizen, have ranged from outrage to Schadenfreude to a mild shrug. As a liberal party and an advocate for democracy, The Reform Party believes in and champions freedom of speech and abhors these clampdowns. TOC recently held its fourth … Read more

Further tax burden to enhance our social safety nets

Posted: 24th December 2010 By Admin

By Tony Tan In the recent Community Care Endowment Fund (ComCare) appreciation lunch on 2 Dec 2010, PM Lee spoke on the government’s approach to boost our social safety nets. PM Lee said that we should not create a handout mentality and impose a tax burden that would prove impossible to roll back. On the … Read more

Productivity – The Key to Sustainable, Long-term Economic Growth

Posted: 10th December 2010 By Admin

by Jeisilan Sivalingam For the past 10 years, I have helped companies to streamline their operations; I reduce operating costs in companies by improving their efficiency and productivity. A leaner, more competitive company will be better equipped to attain higher profitability and growth. This is an ideal situation for all stakeholders – higher profits for … Read more