Singapore Citizens Protest Non-Election Appointment Of Malay Muslim President

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Hundreds of Singaporeans angered by the walkover victory of their first female president held a “silent sit-in” in a park Saturday in a rare political protest denouncing the lack of an election. Halimah Yacob, a former speaker of parliament from the Malay Muslim minority, was sworn in Thursday without a vote after two potential rivals were…


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