SingFirst unveils 5 more potential GE candidates

SingFirst unveils 5 more potential GE candidates
This 2014 file photo shows Tan Jee Say (second from left) accompanied by his party members Tan Peng Ann (left) and Dr Ang Yong Guan (with cap on) from the Singaporeans First Party, gave out leaflets during their first walkabout in Tanjong Pagar.
PHOTO: The Straits Times

SINGAPORE - Singaporeans First (SingFirst) introduced the remaining five of its 10 planned election candidates today.

According to a report by TODAY, they are SingFirst chairman Ang Yong Guan, 60, a psychiatrist; SingFirst vice-chairman Tan Peng Ann, 67, a retired army colonel; SingFirst treasurer David Foo, 51, a chemist; SingFirst central executive committee member Sukdeu Singh, 64, a retired police officer; and Wong Soon Hong, 57, a sales director.

All of them will be standing for the first time in a general election except Dr Ang, who ran in the 2011 polls for the Singapore Democratic Party.

SingFirst unveiled the first five of its potential candidates yesterday: party chief Tan Jee Say, 61; Fahmi Rais, 48; Chirag Desai, 38; Wong Chee Wai, 44; and Melvyn Chiu, 36.

It will reveal where its candidates are standing on Nomination Day, TODAY reported, but it intends to field two teams in Tanjong Pagar and Jurong group representation constituencies (GRCs).

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