Mr Goh says: "You have a choice - if having opposition is more important, then vote opposition - but if there is a way to get my views put to parliament to somebody, then vote for your interests, vote for upgrading - and your views can be put across in Parliament and if you vote for Eric Low, I can tell PM to let him be the opposition in Parliament." [link]If an MP needs permission before he can voice an alternative view, do you think his views will be any good?
Is this supposed to be a joke? Or does he think Hougang voters are daft?
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"To link the voters' votes to a local municipal issue such as upgrading belittles the vote - not to mention the discrimination to singaporeans who do not vote the ruling party. A person's vote should be cast on national issues."