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GE2020 marks shift to left - but heed lessons from West

Singaporeans may wish to see greater social redistribution but nonetheless, resist more radical socialist policies. This is an important distinction.

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The rise of the Workers' Party will embolden a younger generation of voters who are more concerned about progressive issues like mental health and climate change.

FOR the first time in Singapore's history, the opposition won two Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs), achieving for them an unpredicted 10 seats in Parliament. Many have applauded this development for promoting greater diversity in the political space.

Yet, there are also policy...

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