04 May '11, 11pm

The rhetorics are getting a little ridiculous by the day:

SINGAPORE: Back in 1991, when the People's Action Party (PAP) candidate for Nee Soon Group Representation Constituency (GRC), Mr Lim Wee Kiak, was still living in Yishun, he stayed up all night to watch the results of the General Elections. "I was 22 and it was the first time I voted," he said at a PAP rally in Yishun Stadium on Wednesday night. "I was so excited to hear that four constituencies went to the Opposition." However, Mr Lim, who is now 42, said his euphoria died shortly after. "Nee Soon Central did not see any progress. The Opposition MPs performance certainly did not impress me and many others. Instead of fulfilling their promises, infighting within the Opposition started," he said. "The Opposition was given a chance in 1991 - they had four elected MPs - what did they do? Today the Opposition is challenging the GRCs ... If in 1991 they did not perform, how wil...

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