Singapore GE: Four parties apply to join Singapore Democratic Alliance instead of registering new alliance

The four parties held their first joint outreach activity in Ang Mo Kio before Chinese New Year. PHOTO: PEOPLE'S POWER PARTY/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - The four opposition parties which intended to form a new alliance to contest the next general election are now instead looking to join the Singapore Democratic Alliance (SDA).

The bloc, consisting of Singaporeans First (SingFirst), People's Power Party (PPP), Reform Party (RP) and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), had sent a letter to SDA two weeks ago requesting to join the alliance.

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