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  • Loss of Confidence in PAP? Possible, If Complacency Sets In

    By: admintest admintest | Jan 25, 2017 | Hits: 1770

    The critical question facing Singapore in 2065 is not simply whether an accidental freak election or a sustainable pendulum democracy should or might occur. It is about whether the social contract between elite governance and the body politic can become so strained and frayed that a crisis of political legitimacy may thrust unexpected, extremist scenarios…..

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  • With an Informed Electorate, the Voting System Can Cater to Young and Old

    By: admintest admintest | Aug 29, 2016 | Hits: 1467

    As developed countries the world over grapple with their rapidly ageing societies, there is a rising call for a fundamental rethink of the tenets and systems of political representation. The concerns about the political impact of that demographic trend are well-founded. A recent Lord Ashcroft Poll following Britain’s referendum about its place in the European…..

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