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SG Elections: Post-elections Thoughts

SG Elections: Post-elections Thoughts

Winnie shares her thoughts following the Singapore general elections.

SG Elections: Why Voting For The Opposition Means A Lot To Me

SG Elections: Why Voting For The Opposition Means A Lot To Me

Winnie Lim shares the issues that are on her mind leading up to Singapore’s general elections this Saturday, 7 May.

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SG Elections: After The Workers’ Party Rally & Further Thoughts

SG Elections: After The Workers’ Party Rally & Further Thoughts

LoyarBurokker Tricia continues her Singaporean political tour, ahead of their 16th general elections. This time she attends a Workers’ Party rally in a constituency which represents the lower-income class of Singaporean society.

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SG Elections: Thoughts After The SDP Rally

SG Elections: Thoughts After The SDP Rally

LoyarBurokker and Malaysian election tourist Tricia finds herself in Singapore, ahead of their 16th general elections. She tells us why Singaporeans are saying the elections are different this time around.

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SG Elections: It All Begins With Political Apathy

SG Elections: It All Begins With Political Apathy

A 20-year old Singaporean speaks up about frustrations with the system, the fear and apathy amongst Singaporeans, and why she is volunteering to help the Workers’ Party.

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