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nd unexpected challenge testing of course people's action party and its fifty year grip on power the left wing workers party shedding its radical engine picking up support had a strange election no one doubts prime minister Lee hsien alone won't win the lion's share of seats in parliament but the challengers pay their already shaking things up working pretty threatening testing that looking now you have no obligation parliamentarians and the government has been doing PBC Dietrich make tracks either this is partly because we are there we voiced our opinions and the government listens the workers party of getting your support from Singapore so called sandwich crap working families queens by the rising cost of living , they're unhappy about losing jobs to foreign workers and want the government to do more for social welfare human rights issues for now taking a backseat , something the opposition could double their presence in parliament but in this country notoriously difficult to power opinion polls are not allowing for research Hitler would basically in a black box you know in a sequential positions no one really knows what the public is thinking about you can go to a rally NC a hundred thousand people cheering for the workers party or maybe only thousands of people and its unity rally it doesn't necessarily translate into talks on the parties , little Cuban running the country Everson Singapore would founded in nineteen sixty five this year's election the first time it will have