There are sound reasons to set out explicitly and entrench in the Singapore Constitution the right to vote and key elements of the way elections are held. While a future government might not remove them entirely, it might derogate from them to the extent that they become unrecognizable.
Asian Studies | Constitutional Law
Law, Society and Governance
Singapore Mediacorp Press
LEE, Jack Tsen-Ta.
Make the implicit explicit: Affirming right to vote in the Constitution would pre-empt the possibility of abuse by future govts. (2009). Today. 28. Research Collection School Of Law.
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