Bedok Single Member Constituency
- Not to be confused with another defunct ward, Bedok Group Representation Constituency that was formed since 1988 general election til 1997 general election where this ward is part of that larger Bedok GRC.
It is also not to be confused with another ward, Ulu Bedok Single Member Constituency, which is a short-lived pre-independence era ward that covers the entire of present-day Bedok and Geylang Serai as back then the Bedok was one of the remote and undeveloped area.
Bedok Single Member Constituency (Simplified Chinese: 勿洛单选区;Traditional Chinese: 勿洛單選區) is a defunct Single Member Constituency in parts of Bedok South, Singapore. It was formed in 1976 general elections by craving a portion from Siglap constituency and continues throughout till prior to 1988 general elections where this constituency along with neighbouring constituencies namely: Kampong Chai Chee and Tanah Merah forms the greater Bedok Group Representation Constituency.
Members of Parliament
Constituency Abolished (1988 – ) Notes: As of present, it still serves as a sub-constituency of East Coast GRC
Candidates and results
Elections in 1980s
|SUF||Lee Chin Teck||4,941||31.05||+31.05|
|PKMS||Abdul Rahman Bin Mohamed Zin||3,527||18.01||+18.01|
|United People's Front||Thomas Anthony Tay||1,362||6.96||+6.96|
Elections in 1970s
|PAP||Sha'ari bin Tadin||7,928||73.78|
|PF||Sim Peng Kim||2,818||26.22|
|PAP win (new seat)|
- 1984 GE's result
- 1980 GE's result
- 1976 GE's result
- Map of Bedok Constituency (Within Siglap) in 1972 GE
- Map of Bedok Constituency in 1976 GE
- Map of Bedok Constituency in 1980 GE
- Map of Bedok Constituency in 1984 GE
- Map of Bedok Constituency in 1988 GE (And other nearby wards in Bedok GRC)
- Brief History on People's Front (Dormant after the 1976's GE)