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Les élections de 2020 à Singapour : Vers la fin du modèle singapourien de démocratie illibérale ?

Abstract : The Singaporean 2020 General Election results saw the People’s Action Party, in power since independence in 1965, gain its lowest number of seats ever. Winning 10 seats out of 93, the main opposition party gained for the first time recognition of its role in Parliament through the status of “leader of the opposition”, signalling a possible evolution of the Singaporean political system toward a two-party system. Nevertheless, the ability of PAP to revise the Constitution, an instrument of its hegemony, is not being challenged by the results of this election. Hence, it is much too soon to announce the end of the Singaporean model of illiberal democracy.
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Eugénie Mérieau. Les élections de 2020 à Singapour : Vers la fin du modèle singapourien de démocratie illibérale ?. 2020. ⟨hal-03391847⟩

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