The State of Play: How political parties are gearing up for Singapore's next GE

Insight looks at how the People's Action Party and opposition parties are gearing up for the general election.

In this picture taken on Sept 9, 2015, a crowd watches a People's Action Party rally for Jalan Besar GRC held at a field in Boon Keng Road. PHOTO: ST FILE
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Earlier this month, it was announced that the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee had been formed, a move which officially starts the process that could see the next polls being held in a matter of months although, technically, the election must be held by April 2021.

However, observers say it is likely to be much earlier, say in December this year, or in April or May next year, after the Budget is delivered.

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