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Singapore Ruling Party Faces Test in General Election

Singaporeans are voting Friday in a general election that could further chip away at the five decade-long dominance of the country's long-ruling People's Action Party. The PAP is seen as nearly certain to retain a wide majority in parliament, but faces a strong challenge from opposition parties, which for the first time are contesting all 89 seats. The party was co-founded by Singapore's independence leader Lee Kuan Yew, who died earlier this year. It is now led by his son,...

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