As a default, CEA only allows Singaporeans and PRs to be salespersons.
Cooling-off Day is a day when campaigning is disallowed and election advertising must not be published or displayed.
Candidates can do so under the Parliamentary Elections Act…
Display of election posters and banners must abide by the rules under the Parliamentary Elections (Election Advertising) Regulations.
Under the law, the face of the political party’s leader can be used in the posters for…
Yes, there are very strict limits on election expenses.
No. Like all foreign nationals, Indian citizens need work passes to work here.
Yes, Polling Day for General Elections is an official holiday.
You can only vote if you have registered as an overseas elector previously.
Candidates and their counting agents can inspect the boxes to ensure that they are still intact and the seal untampered.