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National Solidarity Party

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Kevryn Lim Model National Solidarity Party NSP Candidate Singapore General Elections 2015

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GE2020 Singapore: 7 questions with National Solidarity Party's Choong Hon Heng

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GE2020: National Solidarity Party outlines 14 improvement plans for Tampines

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GE2020: National Solidarity Party says it will stay in Tampines GRC even if it loses

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Nicole Seah at National Solidarity Party's first rally

The National Solidarity Party is a political party in Singapore. The party was formed in 1987, and joined the Singapore Democratic Alliance (SDA) political grouping in 2001, before withdrawing from the alliance in 2007. To date, no member of the party has won an election to claim a constituency seat in Parliament. However the party's former Secretary-General, Steve Chia, served as a Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) from 2001 to 2006.
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  • Beginnings 

  • As member of Singapore Democratic Alliance 

  • Party rebuild and the 2011 general election 

  • General Election 2015 

  • General election 2020 

  • Objectives and policies 

  • 18th Central Executive Council 

  • Leadership 

  • Parliamentary elections