Smiles all round at Workers' Party headquarters, but some remain cautious

The Workers' Party saw a "healthy" contest for its central executive council positions, says party chairman Sylvia Lim, with 23 vying for 12 spots.
The Workers' Party saw a "healthy" contest for its central executive council positions, says party chairman Sylvia Lim, with 23 vying for 12 spots.
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There were smiles aplenty at 701 Geylang Road yesterday.

Party leaders and cadres alike emerged from a three-hour conference at the new Workers' Party (WP) headquarters, beaming and in high spirits.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 09, 2018, with the headline Smiles all round at Workers' Party headquarters, but some remain cautious. Subscribe