In Part Two, Garry Rodan looked at how the ruling People’s Action Party’s core ideology on welfare has been challenged as concerns have mounted over retirement funds and the cost of living, and how the party has moved to address voter unhappiness while continuing to block claims that citizens can assert rights against either their government or the state.
In this part, he looks at the issue of accountability in Singaporean politics, and instances in which it’s scrutinised.
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