Saturday, May 07, 2011
Is PAP so desperate that they need to cheat?
Had just stumbled on the above Tweet by The Star Chief Editor, Dato Wong Chun Wai. Is it for real?
Why would it take till 6 am for their election officials to announced results when the polls closed at 8 pm?
With Singapore being bigger than Kamalanathan's Hulu Selangor constituency and about size of Tasik Kenyir in Hulu Terengganu albeit equipped with sophisticated and latest technology in telecommunication, computing, information technology and efficient transport system AND brilliant Rhodes scholars and Ivy Leaguers, that is hard to believe.
The recent Sarawak election with limited acccessibility in some areas could get the results in by late evening.
That was Wong CHun Hai's Tweet 15 hours ago.
This morning there was a commotion with regards to NSP candidate for Marine Parade GRC Nicole Seah. Read here at Temasek Review here.
In the meanwhile, Anil Netto's latest tally here is 5-0, PAP lead.
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