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Francis Yuen replaces Tan Cheng Bock as PSP secretary-general
Mr Francis Yuen has been สมัครสมาชิกสล็อต appointed the new secretary-general of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), replacing Dr Tan Cheng Bock who will now take on the role as chairman of the party.
PSP appointed its office holders on Wednesday (Mar 31) at a Central Executive Committee (CEC) meeting at the party’s headquarters at Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, it announced on Facebook on Thursday.
Mr Yuen is promoted from assistant secretary-general to secretary-general, while former chairman Wang Swee Chuang is now vice-chairman.
Ms Kayla Low and Mr Phang Yew Huat are named treasurer and assistant treasurer of the party respectively.
They are among six new members of the CEC who were elected after PSP held its second party conference on Sunday.
The other four new members are Dr Ang Yong Guan, Ms Wendy Low, Mr Harish Pillay and Ms Jess Chua.
Ms Kayla Low, Dr Ang, Ms Wendy Low, and Mr Pillay were PSP candidates at last year’s General Election.
Ms Peggie Chua was also re-elected to the CEC, as were Non-Constituency Members of Parliament (NCMPs) Hazel Poa and Mr Leong Mun Wai.
Two other members were co-opted into the CEC on Wednesday night, namely Mr Taufik Supan and Mr Kumaran Pillai, who contested in Kebun Baru SMC in GE2020.
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