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Singapore goes to polls on July 10 in an election 'like no other'

Country in stable position but 'long struggle lies ahead', says PM Lee; Up to 12 opposition parties could join hustings, with 93 seats up for grabs

In a broadcast on Tuesday, PM Lee said he had met President Halimah earlier that day to advise her to dissolve Parliament and issue the Writ of Election.


SINGAPORE will go to the polls on Friday July 10 - a public holiday - in a General Election (GE) that will see 93 seats in 31 constituencies up for contest, with as many as 2.65 million Singaporeans voting.

Any debate over the feasibility of holding an election in the...

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