Singapore: The right to vote

After the Presidential Elections that never were, here comes the awakening: Straits Times political editor Zuraidah Ibrahim argues that the institution of Elected President is not very important, and blames the citizenry's mixed feelings as being “misguided and misdirected”. Her news analysis has aroused discomfort among Singaporean bloggers such as Mr Wang Says So, Goh Meng Seng (Singapore Alternative) and Xenoboy. They want their right to vote!

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