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Workers' Party (WP) holds elections for who will take it into the next general election

Published on Jul 27, 2014 8:02 PM
 
MP-elect Lee Li Lian, Workers' Party (WP) chief Low Thia Khiang, chairman Sylvia Lim, and other WP MPs waving to Punggol East residents during the party’s thank-you parade around the Punggol East ward. The Workers' Party (WP) on Sunday, July 27 held elections for its top decision-making body that will take the party into the next general election. -- PHOTO: ST FILE 

SINGAPORE - The Workers' Party (WP) on Sunday held elections for its top decision-making body that will take the party into the next general election.

The party's top leadership remains unchanged, with Mr Low Thia Khiang and fellow Aljunied GRC MP Sylvia Lim keeping their respective secretary-general and chairman posts.

The party's seven other MPs and Non-constituency MPs also made it into the central executive council (CEC).

Six current council members, though, failed to be re-elected. They include deputy treasurer Frieda Chan, organising secretary Ng Swee Bee, organising secretary Toh Hong Boon, vice-chair of media team Jane Leong, webmaster Koh Choong Yong, and council member Glenda Han.

 
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