18 Jun '11, 3am

(TTR) What is the future of the opposition?

MORE than any other election before, last month’s general election will be remembered in years to come as the one that kick-started political renewal – and not just the PAP’s. Even before the events of May 7, when the Workers’ Party (WP) won in Aljunied GRC, many opposition leaders – just like those in the People’s Action Party (PAP) – had already spoken about the importance of recruitment and leadership renewal. But how have opposition renewal plans been affected by a new political landscape? How do the many different parties intend to keep going and who will form the new core? Can Mr Chiam See Tong and Mr Low Thia Khiang be replaced? In the weeks since the watershed general election, opposition parties have announced plans on how they will move forward. Some, like the Reform Party (RP) and the Singapore People’s Party (SPP), issued detailed outlines on how they will rema...

Full article: http://www.temasekreview.com/2011/06/18/what-is-the-futur...

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