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Tharman S. Shanmugaratnam wins Singapore’s Presidential Election


In a significant political development, Indian-origin economist Tharman S. Shanmugaratnam The winner of the election is Singapore’s presidential election. This victory is especially noteworthy as it comes after a gap of ten years, marking the country’s first contested presidential polls since 2011.

Electoral Margin

Tharman S. Shanmugaratnam won a significant majority of the presidential election, with a resounding victory. 70,4 percent He won the vote against two other candidates. The two other candidates were defeated by him. Ng Kok Song, Tan Kin Lian and other Chinese-born individuals. The two candidates who received 15.7 and 13.88 respectively.

Tharman S. Shanmugaratnam

Tharman Shamugaratnam entered politics in 2001. During his campaign, he articulated a vision for Singapore, promising to cultivate the country’s culture and uphold its standing as a “shining spot” on the global stage.

Shanmugaratnam, aged sixty-six, previously held the position of Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister from 2011 to 2019. He started his political career in 2001. He has also made significant contributions to…

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