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Lawrence Wong’s political workplan ahead of Singapore’s next general election

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had first raised the issue of political succession more than 10 years ago before the 2011 General Election (GE2011). 

This week, a timeline was set. A clear signal was sent that the People’s Action Party was ready to take its final steps in the transition to Singapore’s fourth premier.

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