Do you want to see improvements to Singapore’s electoral system so that its free and fair and the results better reflects your vote? If you do, join this public consultation organised by Singaporeans For Democracy (SFD) and share your views.
Presently, the United Nations is accepting reports from civil society groups to assist it in assessing the Singapore government’s human rights record. This assessment is done through the United Nations mechanism the Universal Periodic Review. Singapore’s human rights record will come under the United Nation’s review in 2011.
SFD will be submitting a special report on Singapore’s electoral system towards this process. All those who want improvements to Singapore’ electoral system should attend this public consultation. SFD will listen to your inputs during this consultation and summarise them into a report that will be submitted to the United Nation’s Universal Periodic Review process (http://sfd.sg/content/sfd-submit-report-singapores-electoral-system-un).
Join us at this special event and invite your friends along if you want a better electoral system for Singapore and have your voices heard at the United Nations.
Date: 2 October 2010
Venue: Post Museum,107+109 Rowell Road S209033 (directions)
Please RSVP at our Facebook invitation page so we can manage the necessary meeting room space.
Mr Martyn See, Executive Secretary, Singaporeans for Democracy (confirmed)
Mr. Goh Meng Seng, Secretary-General, National Solidarity Party (confirmed)
Mr. Chia Ti Lik, Secretary-General, Socialist Front (invited)
Dr. James Gomez, Executive Director, Singaporeans For Democracy (confirmed)