OPINION: "The fear is gone":

The New York Times, 23 Jan 2012 Many Singaporeans say they are seeing signs of change, at least in style, as the government appears to be listening and responding to the voices of a more assertive public. The governing party is certainly determined to stay in power, they say, but to do so it must begin to take into account this new dynamic of open opposition. “The fear is gone” is a phrase that is often heard now, as is the assertion that “the genie is out of the bottle” for a more open political field.

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