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There are rumours floating around that the PAP may call for a snap election. A few of SDP’s friends have told us that some of their civil service friends have received letters asking them to undergo training as election officials.
There are also whispers that there is heightened activity at the Elections Department. In addition, some schools have been identified as nomination and polling stations.
Of course, these are unconfirmed stories. We have not been able to verify their accuracy.
We would not be surprised, however, if the PAP junked their five-year term and go for early polls. Given the economic situation which is going to get worse – much worse – in the coming few years, the PAP may be tempted to go for elections sooner rather than later.
Of course, Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s age is a major factor. Without him, PAP would be without its ballast. The octogenarian PAP-founder is still at the front, back and centre of everything the Government does, even outperforming his prime minister son.