Our Roots

The SDA is the first and only official coalition of opposition political parties in Singapore.

The coalition was founded by political veteran
Mr Chiam See Tong in 2001, with a mission to improve the way that political leaders serve Singaporeans.

Today, the SDA is led by Mr Chiam’s prodigy,
Dato Seri Desmond Lim Bak Chuan – an engineer and philantropist.

The SDA Today​

Today, the SDA comprises two political parties – the Singapore Justice Party, and the PKMS
(Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Singapura,
or Singapore Malay National Organisation).
 
 
This alliance has held strong for over a decade now – a mutual bond of understanding, trust and cooperation.

Over the Years

The SDA has been serving residents in the Pasir Ris and Punggol estates for the past 13 years.

We hold regular charity donation drives and food distribution programmes to help needy residents.

SDA members also walk the ground to listen to residents, understand their concerns, and help them with their problems.​

Into the Future

The SDA wants to represent residents of Pasir Ris and Punggol in parliament, so that their concerns can be heard and addressed on a national scale.

We want to address issues that us Singaporeans hold dear to our hearts – a broken CPF retirement scheme, rising cost of living, irresponsible immigration policies, and growing social inequality,.

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Our Roots

Chiam See Tong (middle), Desmond Lim (right) Photo: National Archives Singapore

The SDA is the first and only coalition of opposition political parties in Singapore.

The coalition was founded by political veteran Mr Chiam See Tong in 2001, with a mission to improve the way that political leaders serve Singaporeans.

Today, the SDA is led by Mr Chiam’s prodigy, Dato’ Desmond Lim Bak Chuan – an engineer and philantropist.

Today

Today, the SDA comprises two political parties – the Singapore Justice Party, and the PKMS (Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Singapura, or Singapore Malay National Organisation).

This alliance has held strong for over a decade now – a mutual bond of understanding, trust and cooperation.

Over the Years

The SDA has been serving residents in the Pasir Ris and Punggol estates for the past 13 years.

We hold regular charity donation drives and food distribution programmes to help needy residents.

SDA members also walk the ground to listen to residents, understand their concerns, and help them with their problems.​

Into the Future

The SDA wants to represent residents of Pasir Ris and Punggol in parliament, so that their concerns can be heard and addressed on a national scale.

We want to address issues that us Singaporeans hold dear to our hearts – a broken CPF retirement scheme, rising cost of living, irresponsible immigration policies and growing social inequality.

Copyright 2020