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Muhamad Faisal bin Abdul Manap (Jawi: محمد فيصل بن عبدالمانڤ; born 6 June 1975) is a Singaporean politician from the Workers' Party of Singapore (WP) who has been serving as a Member of Parliament in Singapore since May 2011 and vice-Chairman of the Workers' Party of Singapore. He is currently a Member of Parliament (MP) of the Aljunied Group Representation Constituency (Aljunied GRC) in Singapore in charge of the Kaki Bukit division.

Political career[]

Muhamad Faisal entered the Singapore political arena in the Singapore 2011 General Election contesting as a minority candidate in the 5-man Aljunied GRC representing the WP which was led by WP leader Low Thia Khiang together with Sylvia Lim Swee Lian, Chen Show Mao and Pritam Singh. They challenged the incumbent People's Action Party team which was led by Minister George Yeo, Minister of State Lim Hwee Hua, Minister of State Zainul Abidin Bin Mohamed Rasheed, Cynthia Phua and Ong Ye Kung. The WP team won with 54.72% of the votes and captured a Group Representation Constituency (GRC) for the first time in the political history of Singapore. Manap was declared as a Member of Parliament of the 12th Parliament of Singapore on 9 May 2011.[1]

Political Terms of Office[]

  • 12th Parliament of Singapore ( May 2011 - current ) Aljunied GRC[2]


  • Primary School Leaving Examination Eunos Primary School (1987)
  • GCE 'O' Levels Telok Kurau Secondary School (1991)
  • Diploma in civil and structural engineering from Singapore Polytechnic (1995)
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from Monash University (2005)[3]


  1. Singapore Elections Department - Candidates declared to have been elected (2011 Singapore General Election)
  2. Singapore Election Department : Gazette Notification on Candidates declared to have been elected Members of Parliament (for contested constituencies) - 2011
  3. Parliament of Singapore : Member's CV - Mr Muhamad Faisal Bin Abdul Manap