Thaksin: Singapore is successful and doesn’t need a strong opposition

PM Thaksin mentioned recently that Singapore is a good example of a government that is successful and does not have a strong opposition (One Party Rule: Opposition does not need to be strong, says PM, The Nation, August 19, 2004).
From travel writer Carl Parkes is a look at what happens to the opposition in Singapore: Joining an opposition party or running in elections against the PAP can be a risky career move...
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