Three thoughts you must have had.
Many from the community would, in private in closed-door discussions, be in favour.
This is so even though younger Malays have grown up with meritocracy as the basis of how society is organised and appear reluctant to see a “circuit breaker” in the Elected Presidency (EP) to ensure minority representation, he said.
Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:
|“The desire to see an Indian prime minister cuts across Singapore.”
— Zuo Zhong Li, 44-year-old ballot box manufacturer
|“The desire to see a bald Indian prime minister cuts across Singapore, to be more precise.”
— Bee Jiao Zun, 66-year-old dartboard maker
|“Singaporeans would love to see Tharman Shanmugaratnam become prime minister next.”
— Jian Zhen De, 17-year-old student