The Broken Political System of Singapore

Askmelah note: PAP has meddled with the political system so much that it creates a whole new set of problem that are even more difficult to solve and detrimental to the long term political development of Singapore. The fact that no one protest and don’t care does not mean the system is functioning well, it only shows the years of suppression of freedom on speech of dissidents and press have resulted in political apathy in its people. When the time comes when the political elites are corrupted, that will be the doomsday of Singapore, that will be the price we all pay for allowing a nanny state to flourish.

Posted in Dirty Politics, Han Fook Kwang

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