SNA - OPINION: A change to Singapore's political landscape - Lim Mun Fah

Voices questioning the competence of the newly-elected Singapore president could be heard within the society right after the results of the country's presidential election was announced. Some posted online after the result announcement that if Jee Say and Kin Lian did not contest this time, Tony would be the second George Yeo. Also, some "congratulated" Tony for being elected the President of Singapore by 737,128 voters out of the total population of about 5 million people, implying that Tony won because of votes from "immigrants".

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