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[SINGAPORE] The People's Action Party (PAP) powered to a stunning win in the 2015 general election, lifting its overall vote share by 9.72 percentage points to 69.86 per cent - and reversing a two-election slide in their popular vote.

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SINGAPORE GENERAL ELECTION

Total estimated number of electors 2,460,977

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Singapore's population, immigration, and foreigner policies have been identified as key issues in GE2015. The Business Times takes a look at what's at stake in this important discussion....

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President Tony Tan Keng Yam, acting on the advice of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, dissolved Singapore's 12th Parliament on Tuesday, Aug 25. According to the Writ of Election, Nomination Day will take place on Sept 1 and Polling Day on Sept 11...

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As many as 10 political parties are expected to take part in Singapore's 15th General Election, the highest number in Singapore's history. The ruling People's Action Party will contest all 89 available seats, while nine opposition...

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Do you know the new faces who are running and the veterans who are stepping away in the 2015 General Election?

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With elections looming, we look back at the key milestones and numbers behind the nation's current lawmaking body....

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Housing, transport, and foreign inflows - these hot-button issues dominated the 2011 Singapore General Election. Four years on, have temperatures cooled?

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The government has accepted the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee's recommendations, setting the stage for Singapore's next General Election....

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SINGAPORE GENERAL ELECTION

HOT-BUTTON concerns like housing, transport and the foreign influx had marked GE 2011, but ahead of the coming general election widely expected to be held soon, there is a relative quiet as far as such issues are concerned. To most objective observers...

 

SINGAPORE GENERAL ELECTION

FRESH from its strong victory at the general election on Friday, the People's Action Party has pledged to engage even more deeply with Singaporeans....

[SINGAPORE] The opposition Workers' Party (WP) will continue to work the ground in the Marine Parade GRC despite losing to the People's Action Party (PAP), said the WP's Yee Jenn...

[SINGAPORE] The GE2015 swing of votes towards the People's Action Party (PAP) was a result of several factors, said organising secretary Ng Eng Hen on Saturday, adding that the party was...

[SINGAPORE] The Workers' Party (WP)'s candidate Daniel Goh has accepted the landslide victory in favour of the People's Action Party (PAP) as a "ringing endorsement" of...

[SINGAPORE] It may have been mere hours ago that candidates were able to call it a night after the last of the 2015 General Election results were confirmed, but the People's Action Party (PAP...

THE People's Action Party (PAP) scored a major victory, not only easily maintaining its unbroken 56-year grip on power after Friday's elections and once again forming the government, but...