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List Of Singapore MPs
The following are lists of members of parliament in Singapore: * 1st Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1965 * 2nd Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1968 * 3rd Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1972 * 4th Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1977 * 5th Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1981 * 6th Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1985 * 7th Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1989 * 8th Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1992 * 9th Parliament of Singapore#Members, 1997 * 10th Parliament of Singapore, 2002 * 11th Parliament of Singapore, 2006 * List of members of the 12th Parliament of Singapore, 2011 * List of members of the 13th Parliament of Singapore, 2016 * 14th Parliament of Singapore, 2020 ** 2020 Singaporean general election See also * Parliament of Singapore * Speaker of the Parliament of Singapore * Nominated Member of Parliament * Non-constituency Member of Parliament * Elections in Singapore * Constitution of Singapore The Constitution of the Republic of Singapore is t ...
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1st Parliament Of Singapore
The 1st Parliament of Singapore was a meeting of the Parliament of Singapore. It commenced its first and only session on 8 December 1965 and was dissolved on 8 February 1968. The members of the 1st Parliament had been elected in the 1963 general election to the 3rd Legislative Assembly of Singapore, which was renamed as the Parliament of Singapore following Singapore's independence in 1965. Parliament was controlled by a People's Action Party majority, led by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his Cabinet. The Speakers were A P Rajah and Punch Coomaraswamy Punch Coomaraswamy (16 October 1925 – 8 January 1999) was a Singaporean judge, diplomat and politician who served as Speaker of the Parliament of Singapore between 1966 and 1970, and Singapore Ambassador to the United States between 1976 and .... Composition Members This is the list of the members of the 1st Parliament of Singapore on 8 December 1965. By-elections Progression of government majority and party ...
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List Of Members Of The 13th Parliament Of Singapore
The 13th Parliament of Singapore was a meeting of the legislature of Singapore. The Parliament is unicameral – all Members of Parliament (MPs) make up a single chamber, and there is no senate or upper house. The Constitution of Singapore states that the Parliament of Singapore shall consist of eighty-nine members who are elected by the people, up to nine Non-constituency Members of Parliament (NCMPs) and up to nine Nominated Members of Parliament (NMPs), following changes to the Constitution enacted on 26 April 2010.; . See also . After the 2015 general election, 89 MPs were elected. and three NCMPs were appointed (or, in the terms of the Parliamentary Elections Act, declared elected) to Parliament. However, Lee Li Lian had decided not to accept the NCMP post, which Parliament would later resolve whether or not to fill the vacated seat. Elected Members of Parliament :The names in bold (sorted according to alphabetical order) are the individuals' surnames, except for India ...
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Constitution Of Singapore
The Constitution of the Republic of Singapore is the supreme law of Singapore. A written constitution, the text which took effect on 9 August 1965 is derived from the Constitution of the State of Singapore 1963, provisions of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia made applicable to Singapore by the , and the Republic of Singapore Independence Act itself. The text of the Constitution is one of the legally binding sources of constitutional law in Singapore, the others being judicial interpretations of the Constitution, and certain other statutes. Non-binding sources are influences on constitutional law such as soft law, constitutional conventions, and public international law. In the exercise of its original jurisdiction – that is, its power to hear cases for the first time – the High Court carries out two types of judicial review: judicial review of legislation, and judicial review of administrative acts. Although in a 1980 case the Privy Council held that the fundamenta ...
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Elections In Singapore
There are currently two types of elections in Singapore: parliamentary and presidential elections. According to the Constitution of Singapore, general elections for Parliament must be conducted within three months of the dissolution of Parliament, which has a maximum term of five years from the first sitting of Parliament, and presidential elections are conducted every six years. The Parliament of Singapore is unicameral with 93 seats. Since the legislative assembly election in 1959, the People's Action Party (PAP) has had an overwhelming majority, and for nearly two decades was the only political party to win any seats, and has always formed the Government of Singapore. Parliamentary elections From Singapore's independence in 1965, to 1981, the People's Action Party (PAP) won every single seat in every election held, forming a parliament with no elected opposition MP for almost two decades. In Singapore, opposition politicians and trade unionists were detained in prison wi ...
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Non-constituency Member Of Parliament
A Non-constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) is a member of an opposition list of political parties in Singapore, political party in Singapore who, according to the Constitution of Singapore, Constitution and Parliamentary Elections Act, is declared to have been elected a Parliament of Singapore, Member of Parliament (MP) without constituency representation, despite having lost in a parliamentary elections in Singapore, general election, by virtue of having been one of the best-performing losers. When less than 12 opposition MPs have been elected, the number of NCMPs is the difference to total 12. NCMPs enjoy all of the privileges of ordinary Members of Parliament. The NCMP scheme was introduced in 1984, and was a significant modification of the First-past-the-post voting, single-member simple-plurality electoral system traditionally associated with Westminster systems of government. Since the ruling People's Action Party had won all parliamentary seats in the four general el ...
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