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Singaporean General Election, 2011 - Election Results - Results Summary
... PPP) (93.10%) 6 seats (WP) (6.89%) e • d Summary of the 7 May 2011 Parliament of Singapore election results Parties and alliances Leader Contested seats Seats won ... * Formerly a constituent party of Singapore Democratic Alliance ...
Pre-election-day Events Of The Singaporean General Election, 2006 - Pre–nomination Day Events - Other Pre–nomination Day Events
... Shortly after on 18 January, the Singapore Democratic Alliance had announced its intention to field candidates in three GRCs (Tampines, Jalan Besar and Pasir Ris-Punggo ... Lianhe Zaobao reported that Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) was planning to contest Jurong GRC, Bukit Panjang SMC and Nee Soon Central SMC ... Today reported that three people have recently left Singapore Democratic Party, including Cheo Chai Chen who was a member of parliament for Nee Soon Central from 1991 to 1997 ...
Political Parties In Singapore - Last Election Results
... e • d Summary of the 7 May 2011 Parliament of Singapore election results Parties and alliances Leader Contested seats Seats won Popular vote % of valid votes +/- % of valid votes in contested wards +/- People's ... * Formerly a constituent party of Singapore Democratic Alliance ...
Parliamentary Elections In Singapore - Past Elections and Latest Election
... See also Elections in Singapore With effect from 3 June 1959, Singapore was granted full internal self-government by the British Government and became ... For the first time, Singapore had a fully elected Legislative Assembly ... through successive elections, and Singapore's merger with Malaysia in 1963 and full independence in 1965 ...

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