Presidential Election Rally Sites and Schedules

The list of the Presidential Election Rally Sites has been announced as well as the period from 18/08 to 25/08. I am looking forward for specific date(s) of the rally. I do hope the 4 Tans coordinate their rally so that we can attend all the 4 rallies. Heh.



The police have issued a statement that outdoor election meetings or rallies may be held from Aug 18 (Thursday) to Aug 25.



They can take place between 7am and 10pm at the following locations:



List of Rally Sites



1.Jurong East Stadium, 21 Jurong East St 31



2.Toa Payoh Stadium, 297, Lor 6 Toa Payoh



3.Choa Chu Kang Stadium, 1 Choa Chu Kang St 53



4.Bedok Stadium, 1 Bedok North St 2



5.Woodlands Stadium, 1 Woodlands St 13



6.Tampines Stadium, 25 Tampines St 82



7.Yio Chu Kang Stadium, 210 Ang Mo Kio Ave 9



8.Queenstown Stadium, 473A Stirling Road



9.Lunch Time Rally at Boat Quay next to UOB Plaza



Each Presidential Election candidate will be allowed to hold only one outdoor election rally at the above designated locations. This is inclusive of an option to hold a lunchtime outdoor election rally.



At the close of the Police Elections Liaison Office's (Pelo) operations each day, Police will announce the permits that have been issued for outdoor election rallies - if any - along with their corresponding date or time. The information will also be available on the SPF website: www.spf.gov.sg



The police will seek the cooperation of rally goers to leave the sites in an orderly and peaceful manner at the end of each election meeting. Officers will be deployed to monitor the law and order situation closely during the election meetings.



Rally goers are encouraged to take public transport as traffic congestion can be expected at the roads leading to the rally sites during this period. Motorists travelling within the vicinity of election rallies should be prepared for changes in traffic conditions, and they are advised to tune in to the radio for updates on the latest traffic situation.


From Straits Times, "Presidential Election rally sites named by police".


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