Sep 13, 2015

Analysis: Singaporeans fall back on tried and tested party

SINGAPORE (AP) — Every four or five years, Singaporeans vote in general elections without ever asking the question: Which party can best run the government? That's a no-brainer. It's the same party that's been ruling the wealthy Southeast Asian city-state for a half-century. The questions most ask instead is how much voice should they give the opposition. That explains the overwhelming majority...

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