According to Articles 65 and 66 of the Constitution of Singapore, the General Election (GE) must be held within 3 months of the dissolution of Parliament, which has a maximum term of 5 years from the date of its first sitting.
Conducting the Election
- Is it compulsory to vote in the elections?
- When does a Singapore Parliament election have to be held?
- What is section 49, sub section 7E, paragraph A of the Parliamentary Elections Act?
- Explaining the Singapore General Election process in 4 points
- Voting in the Singapore General Election
- Singapore General Elections: Voting Criteria and Election Procedure
After the Election
- Is it possible for Singapore to have a coalition government in the future?
- Does the Speaker of Parliament have to be a Member of Parliament?
- What is the monthly allowance for a Singapore Member of Parliament (MP)?
- What is the monthly allowance for a Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP)?
- What are the Functions and Duties of a Town Council?
- Leader of the Opposition in Singapore: Roles and Resources