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5 Things Seniors in Singapore Must Politically Fight For

By 2030, Singapore will have about 900,000 citizens/PRs above the age of 65 — out of a registered voter pool of about 2.5 million.  This means that seniors will have a big voice in how the country is run.  Since Singapore has compulsory voting, it means that in 2030, seniors will make up more than 1/3 of the votes in general elections.  This translates to significant political power to the seniors in Singapore.  So how should they exercise this new found power in the ballot box?  What should they fight for?  Continue reading “5 Things Seniors in Singapore Must Politically Fight For”