Democratic Progressive Party: Benjamin Pwee
“We decided we do not want to be an issues-based party, because issues change from time to time.”

National Solidarity Party: Steve Chia
On Kevryn Lim “It is courageous of people who want to stand up and be counted, don’t think we should look at their dressing.”

People’s Action Party: Sim Ann
“Immigration is an existential issue”

People’s Power Party: Goh Meng Seng
Probably not the best way to introduce your party’s manifesto “I’m not a fan of Lee Kuan Yew”

Reform Party: Kenneth Jeyaretnam
“We believe in empowering our infants instead of natural aristocracy”

Singapore Democratic Alliance: Harminder Pal Singh
On Desmond Lim “Don’t judge a man by how he speaks”

Singapore Democratic Party: Paul Tambyah
“There is no chance of SDP not taking the high ground. If we stood anywhere near low ground, the mainstream media will be on us like a ton of bricks.”

Singaporeans First: Tan Jee Say
“Heart and head together. People are the soul of the nation.”

Singapore People’s Party: Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss
Perhaps taking a small stab at WP’s management of AHPETC “The SPP has had a long history of meticulous accounts, resourceful town council without co-payment and PA handouts.”

Workers’ Party: Gerald Giam
Basically outing the fact they have no clear strategy for GE2015 “Our call for Singapore to move towards First World Parliament is as relevant today as 2011.”