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Lee Dynasty Squabble Shakes Singapore Politics

Lee Dynasty Squabble Shakes Singapore Politics

Ho Ching vs Lee Hsien Yang The bitter feud between Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his siblings, which broke out not long after the 2015 death of the patriarch Lee Kuan Yew, appears about to escalate into the political arena, with Lee Hsien Yang, the premier’s estranged younger brother, thinking of running for... 

Historian Michael Barr reflects on GE2020 – ‘PAP govt is in denial’

Historian Michael Barr reflects on GE2020 – ‘PAP govt is in denial’

The People’s Action Party (PAP) government of Singapore has suffered its worst ever election result, but Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has suggested merely that the result was “not as strong an endorsement as hoped”. Individual swings against the ruling party of up to 27 per cent and typically 6–15 per cent were insufficient... 

Entrenching the Right to Vote in Free and Fair Elections as a Fundamental Right

Entrenching the Right to Vote in Free and Fair Elections as a Fundamental Right

With Singapore GE2020 over and lapses relating to the election administration during this pandemic surfacing even as I write this, my legal cases over the years are highly relevant as they have sought to establish through various legal judgments where in Singapore law, the right to vote is fundamentally located? I have sought... 



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