Last month was a busy period for opposition parties. Besides visits to distribute mandarin oranges during the Chinese New Year period and regular outreach through walkabouts, some parties experienced membership changes. In a matter of days in the last week of February, the Democratic Progressive Party announced that it had seven new faces; while four members of the National Solidarity Party jumped ship to join the Singapore People's Party.
Membership in opposition parties has always been in flux and switching between parties is not uncommon. Since the 2011 General Election, when several highly qualified candidates were introduced and contested under the opposition banner, changes have been afoot once again.
We bring you a guide to who has been moving house and who has left the game.