The national flag of Singapore flies on the roof of Parliament House in this file photo. Photo: AFPThe national flag of Singapore flies on the roof of Parliament House in this file photo. Photo: AFP
The national flag of Singapore flies on the roof of Parliament House in this file photo. Photo: AFP

Is Singapore headed for more confrontational politics with a larger opposition presence in Parliament?

  • With a fresh crop of MPs who are younger and more diverse than before, the parliament could become more raucous and combative, analysts say
  • But Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s ruling People’s Action Party is still anticipated to expect cross-aisle unity on matters of national concern

Topic |   Singapore
The national flag of Singapore flies on the roof of Parliament House in this file photo. Photo: AFPThe national flag of Singapore flies on the roof of Parliament House in this file photo. Photo: AFP
The national flag of Singapore flies on the roof of Parliament House in this file photo. Photo: AFP