Punggol East By-Election
About 31,600 voters cast their votes to elect their Member of Parliament on 26 January 2013. In the Punggol East by-election. Nominated Member of Parliament, Assistant Professor Eugene Tan from the Singapore Management University was our studio guest. Before the results were announced, he gave his assessment of the overall tone and shape of the campaign.
|1||26/01/13|| Punggol East By-Election Polling Night Special Coverage - Part 2|
Assistant Professor Eugene Tan gave his assessment of what worked for the four parties' campaign strategies.
|2||26/01/13|| Punggol East By-Election Polling Night Special Coverage - Part 1|
Assistant Professor Eugene Tan gave his assesment of what worked for the four parties' campaign strategies.
|3||16/01/13|| Punggol East By-Election Nomination Day Special|
At the close of nominations, four candidates-three men and a woman-will now battle it out in the Punggol East By-Election. Nominated Member of Parliament, Assistant Professor Eugene Tan from the Singapore Management University, Dr Gillian Koh, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Policy Studies and PN Balji Media Consultant discussed the issues and the campaign strategies in this by-election.
|4||16/01/13|| Nomination Day “Live” – Part 4|
Will the Punggol Eat By-Election capture Singaporean's attention the way the General Election did in 2011? Analyst PN Balji gives his views in part 4.
|5||16/01/13|| Nomination Day “Live” – Part 3|
In Part 3, the discussion look at the importance of Punggol East to the PAP and the opposition parties.
|6||16/01/13|| Nomination Day “Live” – Part 2|
In Part 2, analyst Mr PN Balji look at the campaign strategies which could be used by the contesting parties.
|7||16/01/13|| Nomination Day “Live” – Part 1|
16 Jan 2013 is Nomination Day for the Punggol East By-Election. Reporters Sara Grosse, Vimita Mohandas, Shima Roy and Mok Fei Fei prepare listeners for Nomination Dat proceedings, with live reports on the ground.