Family members of Lee Kuan Yew, including his sons Lee Hsien Yang (second left) and Lee Hsien Loong (third left), the current prime minister, arrive with his portrait at the start of the state funeral in Singapore on March 29, 2015. Lee Kuan Yew led Singapore for more than three decades. Photo: AP

What Singapore can learn from Mahathir and 1990s Malaysia about electoral politics

  • The Lee Kuan Yew brand remains very potent in Singapore. But with the current prime minister’s brother backing a new opposition party amid a bitter family feud and the economy slowing, the field could well be wide open
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Family members of Lee Kuan Yew, including his sons Lee Hsien Yang (second left) and Lee Hsien Loong (third left), the current prime minister, arrive with his portrait at the start of the state funeral in Singapore on March 29, 2015. Lee Kuan Yew led Singapore for more than three decades. Photo: AP
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