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Schedule of Presidential candidate broadcast

The four Presidential candidates for Singapore will be giving live broadcasts over free-to-air radio and television platforms.

The four Presidential candidates are:

  1. Dr Tan Cheng Bock
  2. Mr Tan Jee Say
  3. Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam
  4. Mr Tan Kin Lian

Aug 18

Time: 8.00 pm
News platform: Channel NewsAsia, 938Live (English)

Time: 9.00 pm
News platform: Vasantham, Oli 96.8FM (Tamil)

Time: 10.00 pm
News platform: Channel 5, Power 98 (English)

Time: 10.30 pm
News platform: Suria, Warna 94.2FM (Malay)
News platform: Channel 8, Capital 95.8FM, 883Jia FM, Radio 100.3 (Mandarin)

Time: 11.30 pm
News platform: Channel U (Mandarin)

» Schedule of Presidential candidate broadcast | The Straits Times

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