Archive for the ‘Electoral Boundaries’ Category

UPDATE: The EBRC report has been released. See comments at bottom of post. The Elections Department (ELD) recently published revisions to polling districts. This revision comes six months after the last revision in February, which is an unusually short interval as previous revisions were spaced a year or more apart. Polling districts (PDs), also known […]


In brief, The delimitation process in Singapore is opaque and not subject to public scrutiny. Some boundaries appear to be arbitrary or designed to favour one party. This results in weaker community ties and cynicism towards the political process. Maruah urges the government to raise the level of impartiality, equality, representativeness, non-discrimination and transparency of […]