Nee Soon Central Single Member Constituency.
- Not to be confused with pre-independence era Nee Soon SMC, another defunct ward that located the entire Nee Soon area as well as portion of Ang Mo Kio town in the early days, or Nee Soon East SMC where the Workers' Party have been contesting twice since 2001 general elections in eastern part of Yishun as well as Nee Soon South SMC where the Singapore Democratic Party had lost narrowly on 1991 general elections where it covers Khatib MRT Station areas along with parts of Yio Chu Kang, only to absorbed into Ang Mo Kio GRC since then until prior to 2011 general elections where the former 3 wards forms the 3 of the 5 sub-divisions on the newly formed Nee Soon GRC (The other 2 wards were craved from the nearby Sembawang GRC.)
Nee Soon Central Single Member Constituency (Traditional Chinese: 義順中單選區; Simplified Chinese: 义顺中单选区) is a defunct Single Member Constituency in the northern area in Singapore. The seat consists of Yishun Town Centre(Neighbourhood 9),Neighbourhood 6 and part of Neighbourhood 7. Its current Member of Parliament is Ong Ah Heng of the People's Action Party who has held the seat since 1997. The constituency was formed in 1988 and has been held by the ruling party from 1988 to 1991 when the People's Action Party lost the seat to Singapore Democratic Party's Cheo Chai Chen but Cheo lost to Ong in Singapore general election, 1997. It had disappeared in 2011 when Nee Soon Central, Nee Soon East, Nee Soon South, Chong Pang and Canberra had merged into a newly formed Nee Soon GRC.
Members of Parliament
Constituency Abolished (2011 – ) Note: Presently, it is a sub-constituency of Nee Soon GRC
Candidates and results
Elections in 2000s
|General Election 2006: Nee Soon Central
||Ong Ah Heng
||Lian Chin Way
Elections in 1990s
Elections in 1980s