In GE2020, PSP’s election manifesto had a component called “Jobs for Singaporeans”. It consists of
Mr Speaker, Sir, Of all the free trade agreements that we have signed with other
FOREIGN TALENT POLICY: That this Parliament calls upon the Government to take urgent and concrete
More Singaporean PMETs are employed, but the larger number of foreign workers engender challenges by
As part of PSP Women’s Wing (WW) National Day Campaign to promote Home Based Businesses (HBB),
PSP is proud to launch this Directory of HBB Sellers to help promote their Products.
Trade is essential to Singapore but not all trade agreements may be good Toh Han
The #PSPJobsDebate, preceded by two Ministerial Statements, in Parliament on July 6 was interesting to say the least. There were robust and meaningful engagements, but the 7 parliamentary questions (PQ) posed by the Progress Singapore Party’s (PSP) Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) Leong Mun Wai were not addressed. In a deeper look into these PQs, PSP elaborates on why some FTAs have and will cost Singaporeans and the need for shortcomings in Singapore’s foreign labour policies to be addressed.
PSP cares about Singaporeans’ livelihoods; so we will raise important questions regarding a wide range