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
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

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
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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