The current situation has led to questions of whether Singapore’s government is politically vulnerable ahead of an impending election. Photo: EPA-EFE The current situation has led to questions of whether Singapore’s government is politically vulnerable ahead of an impending election. Photo: EPA-EFE
The current situation has led to questions of whether Singapore’s government is politically vulnerable ahead of an impending election. Photo: EPA-EFE
Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh
Opinion

Opinion

Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh

Coronavirus: is electioneering to blame for Singapore’s teetering pandemic response?

  • As cases from dormitory clusters rise, some believe political opportunism has distracted Singapore’s normally well-oiled government from crisis management
  • Nevertheless, Singaporeans are confident the Covid-19 outbreak is slowly being brought under control thanks to the real heroes: its frontline workers

The current situation has led to questions of whether Singapore’s government is politically vulnerable ahead of an impending election. Photo: EPA-EFE The current situation has led to questions of whether Singapore’s government is politically vulnerable ahead of an impending election. Photo: EPA-EFE
The current situation has led to questions of whether Singapore’s government is politically vulnerable ahead of an impending election. Photo: EPA-EFE
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