Interviewed by South China Morning Post, 18 June 2020

Updated: Dec 24, 2020

"'We know that opposition party mass rallies have in the past always been impressive in scale and excitement, compared to those organised by the ruling party,” said Kenneth Paul Tan, associate professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. Rallies by the likes of the Workers' Party, the country's sole opposition party with MPs, have tended to be electric affairs that draw tens of thousands of people. In contrast, the PAP, which has commanded a national vote share of over 60 per cent for decades, traditionally draws far smaller crowds to its election gatherings."


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