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Elections In Singapore 1948 - 2011

Elections In Singapore 1948 - 2011

Elections In Singapore 1948 - 2011
This is a brief history of political elections in Singapore. It is especially timely as a general election has to be held about five years after the 2011 general election. The book sets the backdrop for the forthcoming general election. How
will the political process evolve in the post-Lee Kuan Yew era?

This book is written for the citizens, voters, students of history and politics, and all who have an interest in the governance of Singapore. It traces the evolution of the political process in Singapore after World War II, from Crown Colony to self-governing state, to a state within Malaysia, to an independent and sovereign Republic, up till the two
elections in 2011. It discusses the reasons for the PAPís dominance in Parliament.

The author is a former historian and elected Member of Parliament who co-edited We Also Served: Reflections of Singaporeís Former PAP MPs, published in 2014.
Weight 0.20 grams
Author Dr Chiang Hai Ding
ISBN 978-981-464-2163
Size 130 mm x 220 mm
Extent 80pp
Hardcover / Softcover Softcover
Illustrated or Black & White Black & White text & illustration
Language English
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