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Tan Cheng Bock makes second run for presidency

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DR TAN: 'The President must be very watchful of what is happening. The President cannot deal with the bread-and-butter issues (that MPs have to), but he cannot be a sleeping President,' he says.

Singapore

TAN Cheng Bock - the man who came within a whisker of becoming Singapore's President in 2011 - wants a second shot at the highest office of the land.

The former People's Action Party (PAP) member of parliament (MP), who turns 76 in April, officially declared his intent to

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