Singapore Fact of the Day
By Bryan Caplan
The opposition parties which competed in the 1997 and 2001 general elections are all to the political “left” of the PAP [the ruling People’s Action Party], while the PAP occupies the center-right. There is no right-wing opposition. (Mauzy and Milne, Singapore Politics Under the People’s Action Party)
Does anyone care to hazard an explanation?