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For the first time since independence, all constituencies are set to be contested in the coming General Election (GE), based on what the various political parties have indicated so far.
For the first time since independence, all constituencies are set to be contested in the coming General Election (GE), based on what the various political parties have indicated so far.
Respondents in a survey commissioned by MediaCorp gave the thumbs up in areas such as defence and national security but expressed dissatisfaction with some aspects such as the cost of living.
Mr Lui talks about the state of public transportation and improvements made since the 2011 General Election in an interview with TODAY

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How the electoral battles are shaping up

For the first time since independence, all constituencies are set to be contested in the coming General Election (GE), based on what the various political parties have indicated so far.

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