GE2020, one year on: PSP seeks to shed image as 'Tan Cheng Bock party'

PSP chairman Tan Cheng Bock says his goal was never to create a “Tan Cheng Bock party”. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Even before the question - on whether he will contest the next general election - is finished, Dr Tan Cheng Bock chimes in with a resounding "of course".

"I just started politics; you must start my political life from the day I resigned as a doctor," says the former veteran People's Action Party (PAP) MP, who stopped practising medicine at the end of 2018 before founding the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) a few months later.

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