Ex-DPP chief Benjamin Pwee leaves to join 'bigger, more effective party'

Former Democratic Progressive Party chief Benjamin Pwee declined to name the party, saying he would leave it to the party's leaders to announce his membership.
Former Democratic Progressive Party chief Benjamin Pwee declined to name the party, saying he would leave it to the party's leaders to announce his membership.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chief Benjamin Pwee has left the party to "join a bigger, more effective one" - and hopes other opposition members will do the same.

Mr Pwee, 51, declined to name the party, saying he would leave it to the party's leaders to announce his membership.

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