Singapore General Election

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Merdeka - Singapore
... In the context of Singapore, Merdeka usually refers to the gaining of self-rule and self-government from the United Kingdom in the 1950s, as imperialism in Asia slowly declined ... It usually does not refer to Singapore's independence from Malaysia in 1965, which followed its merger with Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak on 16 September 1963 after having held the 1962 national ... The Constitution of Singapore had been amended in 1953 following recommendations by the Rendel Commission, creating a 51 seat Legislative Assembly of Singapore ...
Singapore General Election, 1997 - Election Aftermath - Tang Liang Hong's Self-imposed Exile
... After the election, Worker's Party candidate for Cheng San Group Representation Constituency, Tang Liang Hong was sued for defamation by several of the PAP's leaders, including Prime Minister Goh ... Tang left Singapore shortly after the election and eventually found refuge in Australia ...
Cheng San Group Representation Constituency - Candidates and Results
... Election Seats Voters Party Candidate(s) Votes Votes % Cheng San Group Representation Constituency Singapore general election, 3. 59,186 PAP Lee Yock Suan Sitaram Chandra Das Heng Chiang Meng Walkover ...
Index Of Singapore-related Articles - S - Si-Sj
... Sims Place Bus Terminal - Sin Boon Ann - Sin Chew Jit Poh (Singapore) - Sinchi FC - Sing to the Dawn - SingHealth - SingNet - SingTel Mobile - Singa Merlionus ...

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