Singaporean General Election

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... Election Seats Voters Party Candidate(s) Votes Votes % Marine Parade Group Representation Constituency Singaporean general election, 3. 62,835 PAP Choo Wee Khiang Goh Chok Tong Othman Haron Eusofe ...
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List Of Landslide Victories - Singapore
... Singaporean general election, 1959 The People's Action Party led by Lee Kuan Yew won 43 of 51 seats in the Singapore Legislative Assembly with 54.1% of the vote under the first past the post system ... Singaporean general election, 1963 The People's Action Party won 37 of 51 seats in the Legislative Assembly, with 46.9% of the popular vote ... From the 1968 to 1980 general elections, the PAP won a monopoly of seats in the Singapore parliament and a vote share above 70%, as a result of an opposition boycott in 1968 and weak opposition forces seeing ...

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