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Singapore election

Singapore election comes with extra drama: 7 things to know

Pandemic, economic woes and Lee family rift raise the stakes on July 10

SINGAPORE -- The dissolution of Singapore's parliament on Tuesday means the city-state is headed for a general election on July 10.

Analysts expect the ruling People's Action Party to cruise to victory, taking most of the 93 seats up for grabs, in what is likely to be Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's final election as leader.

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