25 Feb '11, 5am

♫Here comes a new challenger!♫ Newest party Socialist Front and independent eye single seats in GE

SINGAPORE - The country's newest political party, the Socialist Front, is looking at contesting in Single-Member Constituencies (SMCs) in central Singapore. Party chairman Ng Teck Siong said the Front was looking at taking up one or two of the 12 SMCs announced yesterday but had not decided where it wanted to contest. The party's secretary-general, Mr Chia Ti Lik, said he was surprised by the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee's report, as there were "a lot" of changes in the boundaries. Previous considerations and wards that the party was interested in would have to be re-examined, said Mr Chia. However, the changes did not affect the party too much, he added. AN INDEPENDENT TO RUN IN JOO CHIAT Meanwhile, former presidential hopeful Andrew Kuan, 57, told MediaCorp he would contest in Joo Chiat SMC as an independent. When asked for details, Mr Kuan would only say that h...

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