The duo were re-elected to the CEC, alongside treasurer Peggie Chua, assistant treasurer Phang Yew Huat, women’s wing head Wendy Low and 2020 general election candidate Ang Yong Guan.
Ms Low also contested Tanjong Pagar GRC at the polls, on a PSP slate that included Mr Harish Pillay and Mr Abas Kasmini, who were both elected to the new CEC on Sunday.
Mr Abas is a new addition to the CEC, as are Mr Jeffrey Khoo and Mr Nadarajan Loganathan who were part of a PSP team that contested West Coast GRC.
Ms Tan Chika, who was co-opted into the CEC in 2020 but missed out in 2021, was elected this time.
The new CEC will serve for two years until March 2025.
In his statement, Dr Tan described the PSP as having “gained significant recognition from the public”, and said its goal was to win more seats in the House.
“We still cannot form the government, but we will be around to check on the incumbent,” said the 82-year-old.
The outgoing party chief Mr Yuen said in parting remarks that the PSP was “here to stay”.
“It must grow from strength to strength. The PSP must build up its brand, presence in Parliament and ability to articulate to the Singaporean people.”