02 Apr '11, 3pm

For those who missed it (like myself), here's where you can watch the CNA Political forum #sgelections

Part 1: Views on the long-term challenges of Singapore Party representatives state their perspectives on the long-term challenges of economic growth, education, social and healthcare needs and upgrading the city. PAP Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Finance Minister, and Mrs Josephine Teo, MP SPP Mrs Lina Chiam, 2nd Vice Chairwoman WP Mr Gerald Giam, Assistant Webmaster SDA Mr Mohamed Nazem Suki, Assistant Secretary-General SDP Dr Vincent Wijeysingha, Assistant Treasurer

Full article: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/gecountdown/forumvideos.htm

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