Author: Lily Zubaidah Rahim, Georgetown University Singapore has been governed by the Peoples’ Action Party (PAP) since 1959. The results of Singapore’s July 2020 general election sent an ominous signal to the ruling PAP. Despite the advantages of incumbency and the COVID-19 crisis, the PAP’s vote share dropped by 8.6 per cent relative to the […]
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