Singapore parliament passes constitutional amendment to ensure minority presidency

10 November 2016
Changes to the Elected Presidency have been set in motion after a Bill to amend the Constitution was passed in Parliament on Wednesday (Nov 9), with 77 Members of Parliament (MPs) giving their approval. All six MPs from the opposition Workers' Party (WP) voted "no". Under the constitutional changes, an election will be reserved for a particular racial group if no one from that group has been pr[...] Read more here: Channel News Asia


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