May 23, 2011

Why Singapore's Vote Worries China

Loh Su-Hsing, Jakarta Post

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While the wave of revolution that has swept through the Middle East and North Africa has clearly unsettled the leadership of China, the most sobering recent development is arguably the unprecedented surge in support for opposition parties in Singapore’s general elections.

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TAGGED: China, Singapore, North Africa, Middle East

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