Author: Kai Ostwald, UBC and Steven Oliver, Yale-NUS College Singapore’s newly elected 14th Parliament, much like previous parliaments, consists overwhelmingly of members from the dominant People’s Action Party (PAP). Yet it has become more representative of society along several key dimensions, including having the largest proportion of female and ethnic minority members of parliament (MPs) […]
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