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SINGAPORE - The Workers' Party (WP) has introduced four more potential candidates for the coming general election.
They are: Cheryl Loh, 31, a sales consultant; Firuz Khan, 48, a manager at a chocolate manufacturing company, Luke Koh, 41, a managing partner of a private investment business; and Terence Tan, 44, a lawyer.
They join four other new potential WP candidates unveiled yesterday: Daniel Goh, 42, an associate professor of sociology at the National University of Singapore; Dylan Ng, 40, a banker; Koh Choong Yong, 42, a software engineer; and Redzwan Hafidz Abdul Razak, 30, an engineer.
The WP said on July 26 that it would be contesting 28 seats this time - up from 23 in the last general election.
Party chairman Sylvia Lim also said earlier this month that all its seven elected MPs would be defending their seats in their respective constituencies.