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Singapore GE: Seats opposition parties interested in

Singapore's major opposition parties are said to contest all 27 constituencies in the next General Election (GE), which is due before February 2012. In that case, the next General Election is likely to see a situation where the PAP will not be able to get its majority with walkovers on Nomination Day.

The following are the constituencies the respective parties are interested in.

Worker's Party (WP)
  • Aljunied GRC
  • East Coast GRC
  • Moulmein-Kallang GRC
  • Hougang SMC
  • Joo Chiat SMC
  • Punggol East SMC
  • Sengkang West SMC
  • Whampoa SMC

Reform Party (RP)
  • West Coast GRC
  • Chua Chu Kang GRC
  • Radin Mas SMC
  • Pioneer SMC
  • Hong Kah North SMC

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)
  • Tanjong Pagar GRC
  • Marine Parade GRC

National Solidarity Party (NSP)
  • Tampines GRC
  • Jurong GRC

Singapore Democratic Alliance (SDA)
  • Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC
  • Punggol East SMC
  • Radin Mas SMC
  • Sengkang West SMC (maybe)

Singapore People's Party (SPP)
  • Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC
  • Potong Pasir SMC
  • Hong Kah North SMC

Singapore Democratic Party (SDP)
  • would not reveal the constituencies it is interested in and said it will only do so after Parliament is dissolved

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