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GE2015: NSP's Sebastian Teo denounces mud-slinging, writes post to 'set the record straight'

[SINGAPORE] National Solidarity Party (NSP) president Sebastian Teo on Wednesday denounced the "mud-slinging tactics" he said were used to discredit and inflict damage against him and his party.

The party was plunged into crisis last week, with the abrupt resignations of two central executive council (CEC) members - including acting secretary-general Hazel Poa - and revelations about Mr Teo's conviction for corruption in the 1970s put up on the web.

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