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Singapore: Rethinking the Opposition

Exodusfalls does not agree with a ruling party MP who questioned the role of opposition in Singapore's parliament. “If we are to be a mature society, we as Singaporeans should not view the opposition as troublemakers, but as equally credible representatives of the people who also serve as a check-and-balance for the government in Parliament. But if we continue rather radical mindsets about the opposition, we may stifle what might truly be best for our society.”

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