24 Feb '11, 7am

Electorial Boundaries Review Committee report accepted: SINGAPORE: The Electoral Boundaries Review Committee rep...

SINGAPORE: The Electoral Boundaries Review Committee report was released on Thursday at 3pm. The committee has recommended that Singapore be carved out into 27 electoral divisions. There will be 12 single member constituencies and 15 GRCs. Singapore's new Parliament will now have a total of 87 members of parliament. The Government has accepted the electoral boundary changes recommended by the report. In a statement issued on February 24, it said the changes will be implemented at the next General Election. There will now be 12 single member constituencies, two four-member GRCs, 11 five-member GRCs and two six-member GRCs. The 12 single member constituencies are Bukit Panjang, Hong Kah North, Hougang, Joo Chiat, Mountbatten, Pioneer, Potong Pasir, Punggol East, Radin Mas, Sengkang West, Whampoa and Yuhua. The two four-member GRCs are Holland-Bukit Timah and Moulmein-Kallang...

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