Singapore’s Prime Minister and People’s Action Party leader Lee Hsien Loong wears a mask adorned with his party’s logo as he waits to field questions from the media on June 30. Photo: APSingapore’s Prime Minister and People’s Action Party leader Lee Hsien Loong wears a mask adorned with his party’s logo as he waits to field questions from the media on June 30. Photo: AP
Singapore’s Prime Minister and People’s Action Party leader Lee Hsien Loong wears a mask adorned with his party’s logo as he waits to field questions from the media on June 30. Photo: AP

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Singapore election: the present and future of the People’s Action Party

  • Pundits are all but certain that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s PAP will retain power easily after 61 uninterrupted years in power
  • Here are some of the important figures running for office on July 10, from future leaders such as Lee’s designated successor Heng Swee Keat to old hands
Topic |   Singapore election 2020
Singapore’s Prime Minister and People’s Action Party leader Lee Hsien Loong wears a mask adorned with his party’s logo as he waits to field questions from the media on June 30. Photo: APSingapore’s Prime Minister and People’s Action Party leader Lee Hsien Loong wears a mask adorned with his party’s logo as he waits to field questions from the media on June 30. Photo: AP
Singapore’s Prime Minister and People’s Action Party leader Lee Hsien Loong wears a mask adorned with his party’s logo as he waits to field questions from the media on June 30. Photo: AP
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