Workers’ Party supporters wave flags as they celebrate at Hougang Stadium in Singapore after general elections in September 2015. Photo: AFP Workers’ Party supporters wave flags as they celebrate at Hougang Stadium in Singapore after general elections in September 2015. Photo: AFP
Workers’ Party supporters wave flags as they celebrate at Hougang Stadium in Singapore after general elections in September 2015. Photo: AFP
Zuraidah Ibrahim
Opinion

Opinion

Zuraidah Ibrahim

Singapore election: the PAP’s order and stability will win out, but how will the opposition shape up?

  • The Lion City’s opposition parties are not a government in waiting, but rather a way to provide a level of check and balance on the ruling party
  • Though the polls remain a guessing game, most of the speculation is about what level of accountability Singaporeans want during an election

Workers’ Party supporters wave flags as they celebrate at Hougang Stadium in Singapore after general elections in September 2015. Photo: AFP Workers’ Party supporters wave flags as they celebrate at Hougang Stadium in Singapore after general elections in September 2015. Photo: AFP
Workers’ Party supporters wave flags as they celebrate at Hougang Stadium in Singapore after general elections in September 2015. Photo: AFP
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