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Five Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Dislodge The PAP From Power (Part 1)

Five Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Dislodge The PAP From Power (Part 1)

By Gilbert Goh I have read from many online blogs that the government may lose its grip on power with some even predicting it’s downfall during the next election. Many also forecasted that the foreigner influx will be a serious enough issue to push many voters who are sitting on the fences all along to vote for the opposition.... 

Triggering the Singapore political tsunami: How a motivated minority can sway an apathetic majority at the next election

Triggering the Singapore political tsunami: How a motivated minority can sway an apathetic majority at the next election

OPINION With public anger and resentment against the PAP at an all-time high, the opposition is expected to make significant inroads in the next general election due to be called by 2011 where it is likely to increase its number of seats in parliament including winning a coveted GRC. The PAP has been on the defensive throughout... 

Has the PAP created a confrontational model in Singapore?

Has the PAP created a confrontational model in Singapore?

By Chua Yuan Kai I referred to the letter “Confrontational model not for Singapore” written by Mr Patrick Tan which was published in the Straits Times on 6 April 2009. Mr Tan was referring to a dispute inside the opposition Singapore Democratic Party (SDP). The dispute resulted in its Secretary-General Mr Chiam See Tong... 



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