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Singapore election

Singapore parties play up COVID policies before race starts Tuesday

Opposition platforms also target government's controversial 'fake news' law

Progress Singapore Party leader Tan Cheng Bock greets voters on June 28 with Lee Hsien Yang, right, the estranged brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- The party platforms for Singapore's July 10 election are out, with the official campaign period set to begin on Tuesday and focus largely on post-pandemic recovery plans.

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