Workers' Party (WP) secretary-general Pritam Singh's goal for the party to contest and win one-third of the seats in Parliament in the medium term is realistic, but much will hinge on its performance in the coming general election, say observers.
To achieve that target, the WP would have to effect a five-fold increase from its current slate of six elected MPs, based on the 89 seats up for contest in the last elections.
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