List of members of the 13th Parliament of Singapore

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In the Republic of Singapore, a Member of Parliament (MP) is a representative to the legislature of Singapore. The Parliament is unicameral – all Members of Parliament (MPs) make up a single chamber, and there is no senate or upper house. At present, the Constitution of Singapore states that the Parliament of Singapore shall consist of eighty-nine members who are elected by the people, up to nine Non-constituency Members of Parliament (NCMPs)[1] and up to nine Nominated Members of Parliament (NMPs),[2] following changes to the Constitution enacted on 26 April 2010.[3] After the 2015 general election, 89 MPs were elected[4] and three NCMPs were appointed (or, in the terms of the Parliamentary Elections Act,[5] declared elected) to Parliament.[6] However, Lee Li Lian had decided not to accept the NCMP post,[7] which Parliament would later resolve whether or not to fill the vacated seat.

Elected Members of Parliament[edit]

Key
Constituency Name Portrait Date of birth
(Age)
Party Ref
Aljunied
GRC
Chen Show Mao Chen Show Mao at a Workers' Party general election rally, Serangoon Stadium, Singapore - 20110429 (cropped).jpg (1961-02-06)6 February 1961
(55 years, 201 days)
Workers' Party [8]
Sylvia Lim Sylvia Lim at a Workers' Party general election rally, Bedok Stadium, Singapore - 20110430 (cropped).jpg (1965-03-28)28 March 1965
(51 years, 150 days)
[9]
Low Thia Khiang Low Thia Khiang 2011.JPG (1956-09-05)5 September 1956
(59 years, 355 days)
[10]
[11]
Muhamad Faisal bin Abdul Manap (1975-06-06)6 June 1975
(41 years, 80 days)
[12]
Pritam Singh Pritam Singh at the Workers' Party general election rally, Serangoon Stadium, Singapore - 20110505.jpg (1976-08-02)2 August 1976
(40 years, 23 days)
[13]
Ang Mo Kio
GRC
Ang Hin Kee (1965-10-22)22 October 1965
(50 years, 308 days)
People's Action Party [14]
Darryl David 1971 (1971)
(44–45 years)
[15]
Gan Thiam Poh (1963-10-23)23 October 1963
(52 years, 307 days)
[16]
Intan Azura binte Mokhtar IntanAzura.png (1976-06-27)27 June 1976
(40 years, 59 days)
[17]
Koh Poh Koon[I] (1972-03-16)16 March 1972
(44 years, 162 days)
[18]
Lee Hsien Loong[II] Lee Hsien-Loong - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2012 cropped.jpg (1952-02-10)10 February 1952
(64 years, 197 days)
[19]
[20]
Bishan-Toa Payoh
GRC
Chee Hong Tat[III] 1973 (1973)
(42–43 years)
People's Action Party [21]
Chong Kee Hiong 1966 (1966)
(49–50 years)
[22]
Ng Eng Hen[IV] Ng Eng Hen at the Pentagon - 20120404.jpg (1958-12-10)10 December 1958
(57 years, 259 days)
[23]
[24]
Saktiandi Supaat (1973-10-28)28 October 1973
(42 years, 302 days)
[25]
[26]
Josephine Teo née Yeo[V] (1968-07-08)8 July 1968
(48 years, 48 days)
[27]
Bukit Batok
SMC
K. Muralidharan Pillai Murali Pillai during the Bukit Batok by-election, 2016 - 20160427 (cropped).jpg (1967-10-30)30 October 1967
(48 years, 300 days)
People's Action Party
Bukit Panjang
SMC
Teo Ho Pin[VI] (1960-01-19)19 January 1960
(56 years, 219 days)
People's Action Party [28]
Chua Chu Kang
GRC
Gan Kim Yong[VII] Gan Kim Yong at a PCF graduation ceremony - 20081113 (cropped).jpg (1959-02-09)9 February 1959
(57 years, 198 days)
People's Action Party [29]
[30]
[31]
Low Yen Ling[VIII] (1974-08-17)17 August 1974
(42 years, 8 days)
[32]
Yee Chia Hsing 1971 (1971)
(44–45 years)
[33]
Zaqy Mohamad (1974-09-15)15 September 1974
(41 years, 345 days)
[34]
East Coast
GRC
Lee Yi Shyan (1962-03-09)9 March 1962
(54 years, 169 days)
People's Action Party [35]
Lim Swee Say[IX] Lim Swee Say at the PAP Community Foundation 25th Anniversary Carnival - 20110402 (cropped).jpg (1954-07-13)13 July 1954
(62 years, 43 days)
[36]
[37]
Mohamad Maliki bin Osman[X] (1965-07-19)19 July 1965
(51 years, 37 days)
[38]
Jessica Tan Soon Neo (1966-05-28)28 May 1966
(50 years, 89 days)
[39]
Fengshan
SMC
Cheryl Chan Wei Ling 1976 (1976)
(39–40 years)
People's Action Party [40]
Holland-Bukit Timah
GRC
Christopher de Souza Chris de Souza.JPG (1976-01-21)21 January 1976
(40 years, 217 days)
People's Action Party [41]
Liang Eng Hwa (1964-03-20)20 March 1964
(52 years, 158 days)
[42]
Sim Ann[XI] (1975-03-12)12 March 1975
(41 years, 166 days)
[43]
Vivian Balakrishnan[XII] Vivian Balakrishnan - 2010 (cropped).jpg (1961-01-25)25 January 1961
(55 years, 213 days)
[44]
[45]
[46]
Hong Kah North
SMC
Amy Khor Lean Suan[XIII] (1958-02-23)23 February 1958
(58 years, 184 days)
People's Action Party [47]
Hougang
SMC
Png Eng Huat Png Eng Huat at a Workers' Party general election rally, Bedok Stadium, Singapore - 20110430.jpg (1961-12-09)9 December 1961
(54 years, 260 days)
Workers' Party [48]
Jalan Besar
GRC
Heng Chee How[XIV] (1961-07-14)14 July 1961
(55 years, 42 days)
People's Action Party [49]
[50]
Lily Neo (1953-08-12)12 August 1953
(63 years, 13 days)
[51]
Denise Phua Lay Peng[XV] (1959-12-09)9 December 1959
(56 years, 260 days)
[52]
Yaacob Ibrahim[XVI] Yaacob Ibrahim, Singapore - 20060722.jpg (1955-10-03)3 October 1955
(60 years, 327 days)
[53]
[54]
Jurong
GRC
Ang Wei Neng (1967-03-31)31 March 1967
(49 years, 147 days)
People's Action Party [55]
Desmond Lee[XVII] (1976-07-15)15 July 1976
(40 years, 41 days)
[56]
Rahayu Mahzam 1980 (1980)
(35–36 years)
[57]
Tan Wu Meng 1975 (1975)
(40–41 years)
[58]
Tharman Shanmugaratnam[XVIII] Tharman Shanmugaratnam at the official opening of Yuan Ching Secondary School's new building, Singapore - 20100716 (cropped).jpg (1957-01-22)22 January 1957
(59 years, 216 days)
[59]
[60]
[61]
MacPherson
SMC
Tin Pei Ling (1983-12-23)23 December 1983
(32 years, 246 days)
People's Action Party [62]
[63]
Marine Parade
GRC
Fatimah Lateef (1966-03-16)16 March 1966
(50 years, 162 days)
People's Action Party [64]
Goh Chok Tong[XIX] GohChokTong-WashingtonDC-20010614.jpg (1941-05-20)20 May 1941
(75 years, 97 days)
[65]
Seah Kian Peng[XX] (1961-12-05)5 December 1961
(54 years, 264 days)
[66]
Tan Chuan-Jin[XXI] (1969-01-10)10 January 1969
(47 years, 228 days)
[67]
[68]
[63]
Edwin Tong Chun Fai (1969-08-12)12 August 1969
(47 years, 13 days)
[69]
Marsiling-Yew Tee
GRC
Halimah Yacob[XXII] Halimah Yacob APEC Women and the Economy Forum 2012.jpg (1954-08-23)23 August 1954
(62 years, 2 days)
People's Action Party [70]
Ong Teng Koon (1977-01-13)13 January 1977
(39 years, 225 days)
[71]
Lawrence Wong[XXIII] Lawrence Wong at a Singapore International Energy Week conference - 20101102.jpg (1972-12-18)18 December 1972
(43 years, 251 days)
[72]
[73]
[74]
Alex Yam Ziming (1981-06-20)20 June 1981
(35 years, 66 days)
[75]
Mountbatten
SMC
Lim Biow Chuan (1963-05-22)22 May 1963
(53 years, 95 days)
People's Action Party [76]
Nee Soon
GRC
Kwek Hian Chuan Henry (1976-04-20)20 April 1976
(40 years, 127 days)
People's Action Party [77]
Lee Bee Wah Lee Bee Wah Nomination Day GE 2011.jpg (1960-10-06)6 October 1960
(55 years, 324 days)
[78]
Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim[XXIV] (1968-06-16)16 June 1968
(48 years, 70 days)
[79]
Louis Ng Kok Kwang (1978-12-08)8 December 1978
(37 years, 261 days)
[80]
[81]
K. Shanmugam[XXV] K Shanmugam (cropped).jpg (1959-03-26)26 March 1959
(57 years, 152 days)
[82]
[83]
[84]
Pasir Ris-Punggol
GRC
Janil Puthucheary[XXVI] (1972-11-06)6 November 1972
(43 years, 293 days)
People's Action Party [85]
Ng Chee Meng[XXVII] Maj Gen Ng Chee Meng at the Shangri-La Dialogue, Singapore - 20140530.jpg (1968-08-08)8 August 1968
(48 years, 17 days)
[86]
Sun Xueling (1979-07-10)10 July 1979
(37 years, 46 days)
[87]
Teo Chee Hean[XXVIII] TeoCheeHean-Singapore-20060603.jpg (1954-12-27)27 December 1954
(61 years, 242 days)
[88]
[89]
Teo Ser Luck[XXIX] Teo Ser Luck giving a speech at Park View Primary School, Singapore - 20080522.jpg (1968-06-08)8 June 1968
(48 years, 78 days)
[90]
Zainal bin Sapari (1965-11-30)30 November 1965
(50 years, 269 days)
[91]
Pioneer
SMC
Cedric Foo Chee Keng (1960-07-16)16 July 1960
(56 years, 40 days)
People's Action Party [92]
Potong Pasir
SMC
Sitoh Yih Pin (1963-12-02)2 December 1963
(52 years, 267 days)
People's Action Party [93]
Punggol East
SMC
Charles Chong[XXX] (1953-06-24)24 June 1953
(63 years, 62 days)
People's Action Party [94]
Radin Mas
SMC
Sam Tan Chin Siong[XXXI] Sam Tan Chin Siong March 2013 (8579510065).jpg (1958-10-13)13 October 1958
(57 years, 317 days)
People's Action Party [95]
Sembawang
GRC
Amrin Amin[XXXII] 1978 (1978)
(37–38 years)
People's Action Party [96]
Khaw Boon Wan[XXXIII] Minister Khaw Boon Wan.JPG (1952-12-08)8 December 1952
(63 years, 261 days)
[97]
[98]
Lim Wee Kiak (1968-12-27)27 December 1968
(47 years, 242 days)
[99]
Vikram Nair (1978-07-18)18 July 1978
(38 years, 38 days)
[100]
Ong Ye Kung[XXXIV] Ong Ye Kung at the PAP Party Convention - 20151206.jpg (1969-11-15)15 November 1969
(46 years, 284 days)
[101]
Sengkang West
SMC
Lam Pin Min[XXXV] (1958-10-13)13 October 1958
(57 years, 317 days)
People's Action Party [102]
Tampines
GRC
Baey Yam Keng[XXXVI] Baey Yam Keng at a cycling event in Singapore - 20120923.jpg (1970-08-31)31 August 1970
(45 years, 360 days)
People's Action Party [103]
Cheng Li Hui 1976 (1976)
(39–40 years)
[104]
Desmond Choo Pey Ching 1978 (1978)
(37–38 years)
[105]
Heng Swee Keat[XXXVII] Heng Swee Keat at Nan Hua High School, Singapore - 20120707.jpg (1961-11-01)1 November 1961
(54 years, 298 days)
[106]
[107]
[108]
Masagos Zulkifli bin Masagos Mohamad[XXXVIII] Masagos Zulkifli at The Pentagon, USA - 20061017.jpg (1963-04-16)16 April 1963
(53 years, 131 days)
[109]
Tanjong Pagar
GRC
Chan Chun Sing[XXXIX] (1969-10-09)9 October 1969
(46 years, 321 days)
People's Action Party [110]
[111]
Chia Shi-Lu (1971-10-13)13 October 1971
(44 years, 317 days)
[112]
Indranee Rajah[XL] (1963-04-12)12 April 1963
(53 years, 135 days)
[113]
Joan Pereira 1967 (1967)
(48–49 years)
[114]
Melvin Yong Yik Chye (1972-02-19)19 February 1972
(44 years, 188 days)
[115]
West Coast
GRC
Foo Mee Har (1966-01-10)10 January 1966
(50 years, 228 days)
People's Action Party [116]
S. Iswaran[XLI] S Iswaran at the International Summit on the Teaching Profession, New York City, New York - 20110316 (cropped).jpg (1962-06-14)14 June 1962
(54 years, 72 days)
[117]
[118]
[108]
Lim Hng Kiang[XLII] Minister Lim Hng Kiang.jpg (1954-04-09)9 April 1954
(62 years, 138 days)
[119]
[120]
Patrick Tay Teck Guan (1971-12-01)1 December 1971
(44 years, 268 days)
[121]
Yuhua
SMC
Grace Fu Hai Yien[XLIII] GraceFu-2010SummerYouthOlympics-20090426-02.jpg (1964-03-29)29 March 1964
(52 years, 149 days)
People's Action Party [122]
[123]
[124]
The names in bold (sorted according to alphabetical order) are the individuals' surnames, except for Indian and Malay persons, where personal names are indicated.

Non-constituency Members of Parliament[edit]

Name Portrait Date of birth
(Age)
Party Ref
Daniel Goh Pei Siong A 1973/1974
(42–43 years)
Workers' Party [125]
Leon Perera 1971 (1971)
(44–45 years)
Workers' Party [126]
Dennis Tan Lip Fong 1970 (1970)
(45–46 years)
Workers' Party [127]
The names in bold (sorted according to alphabetical order) are the individuals' surnames.
^A Daniel Goh was separately elected as an NCMP on 4 February 2016.[128]

Nominated Members of Parliament[edit]

The nominated members listed below were presented the instruments of appointment on 22 March 2016 and subsequently sworn in on 24 March 2016.[129]

Name Date of birth
(Age)
Ref
Azmoon Ahmad 1962 (1962)
(53–54 years)
[130]
Chia Yong Yong 10 October 1962
(53 years, 320 days)
[131]
Thomas Chua Kee Seng 1 November 1954
(61 years, 298 days)
[132]
Ganesh Rajaram 1967 (1967)
(48–49 years)
[133]
Kok Heng Leun 1966 (1966)
(49–50 years)
[134]
Kuik Shiao-Yin 6 October 1977
(38 years, 324 days)
[135]
Mahdev Mohan 1979 (1979)
(36–37 years)
[136]
Randolph Tan 16 August 1964
(52 years, 9 days)
[137]
K. Thanaletchimi 1966 (1966)
(49–50 years)
[138]
The names in bold (sorted according to alphabetical order) are the individuals' surnames, except for Indian and Malay persons, where personal names are indicated.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (1999 Reprint), Art. 39(1)(b).
  2. ^ Constitution, Art. 39(1)(c).
  3. ^ Jeremy Au Yong (27 April 2010), "Constitutional amendments passed: NCMP quota goes from six to nine; NMP scheme now permanent", The Straits Times, p. 1 ; Leong Wee Keat (27 April 2010), "Constitution debate draws lively exchange: Changes to NCMP scheme to allow for more opposition voices, says DPM Wong", Today, pp. 1–2 . See also Rachel Chang (27 April 2010), "Concerns over plan to increase opposition presence", The Straits Times, p. B4 .
  4. ^ "GE2015: PAP vote share increases to 69.9%, party wins 83 of 89 seats including WP-held Punggol East". The Straits Times. 12 September 2015. .
  5. ^ Parliamentary Elections Act (Cap. 218, 2007 Rev. Ed.) ("PEA"), s. 52.
  6. ^ "GE2015: WP's Lee Li Lian, Dennis Tan and Leon Perera elected as NCMPs, says ELD". Channel NewsAsia. 16 September 2015. Retrieved 21 September 2015. 
  7. ^ Chai, Hung Yin (13 September 2015). "WP's Lee Li Lian won't accept NCMP position". The New Paper. SPH. Retrieved 21 September 2015. 
  8. ^ "Chen Show Mao – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  9. ^ "Sylvia Lim – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  10. ^ "Low Thia Khiang – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  11. ^ Corfield, Justin (2010). Historical Dictionary of Singapore. Scarecrow Press. p. 160. ISBN 9780810873872. 
  12. ^ "Muhamad Faisal Bin Abdul Manap – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  13. ^ "Pritam Singh – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  14. ^ "Ang Hin Kee – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  15. ^ "Darryl David – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  16. ^ "Gan Thiam Poh – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  17. ^ "Dr Intan Azura Binte Mokhtar – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  18. ^ "Koh Poh Koon – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  19. ^ "Lee Hsien Loong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  20. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr LEE Hsien Loong". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  21. ^ "Chee Hong Tat – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  22. ^ "Chong Kee Hiong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  23. ^ "Ng Eng Hen – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  24. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Dr NG Eng Hen". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  25. ^ "Saktiandi Supaat - Member's Profile". Parliament of Singapore. 
  26. ^ "Parliament CV - Mr Saktiandi Supaat" (PDF). Parliament of Singapore. 
  27. ^ "Josephine Teo – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  28. ^ "Teo Ho Pin – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  29. ^ "Gan Kim Yong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  30. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr GAN Kim Yong". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  31. ^ Corfield (2010), p. 92.
  32. ^ "Low Yen Ling – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  33. ^ "Yee Chia Hsing – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  34. ^ "Zaqy Mohamad – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  35. ^ "Lee Yi Shyan – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  36. ^ "Lim Swee Say – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  37. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr LIM Swee Say". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  38. ^ "Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  39. ^ "Jessica Tan Soon Neo – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  40. ^ "Cheryl Chan Wei Ling – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  41. ^ "Christopher De Souza – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  42. ^ "Liang Eng Hwa – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  43. ^ "Sim Ann – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  44. ^ "Vivian Balakrishnan – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  45. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Dr Vivian BALAKRISHNAN". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  46. ^ Corfield (2010), p. 31
  47. ^ "Amy Khor Lean Suan – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  48. ^ "Png Eng Huat – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  49. ^ "Heng Chee How – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  50. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr LUI Tuck Yew". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  51. ^ "Lily Neo – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  52. ^ "Denise Phua Lay Peng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  53. ^ "Yaacob Ibrahim – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  54. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Dr YAACOB Ibrahim". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  55. ^ "Ang Wei Neng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  56. ^ "Desmond Lee – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  57. ^ "Rahayu Binte Mahzam – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  58. ^ "Tan Wu Meng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  59. ^ "Tharman Shanmugaratnam – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  60. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr Tharman SHANMUGARATNAM". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  61. ^ "Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Menkeu yang Ibarat Messi di Dunia Keuangan". Fiskal Indonesia. 22 July 2014. 
  62. ^ "Tin Pei Ling – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  63. ^ a b "Singapore Election Candidates > T". Singapore Elections. 
  64. ^ "Fatimah Lateef – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  65. ^ "Goh Chok Tong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  66. ^ "Seah Kian Peng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  67. ^ "Tan Chuan-Jin – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  68. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr TAN Chuan-Jin". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  69. ^ "Edwin Tong Chun Fai – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  70. ^ "Halimah Yacob – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  71. ^ "Ong Teng Koon – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  72. ^ "Lawrence Wong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  73. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr Lawrence WONG". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  74. ^ "Singapore Election Candidates > U-W". Singapore Elections. 
  75. ^ "Alex Yam Ziming – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  76. ^ "Lim Biow Chuan – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  77. ^ "Kwek Hian Chuan – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  78. ^ "Lee Bee Wah – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  79. ^ "Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  80. ^ "Louis Ng Kok Kwang – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  81. ^ "Ng Kok Kwang, Louis" (PDF). Parliament of Singapore. 
  82. ^ "K Shanmugam – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  83. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr K Shanmugam". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  84. ^ "Singapore Election Candidates > S". Singapore Elections. 
  85. ^ "Janil Puthucheary – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  86. ^ "Ng Chee Meng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  87. ^ "Sun Xueling – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  88. ^ "Teo Chee Hean – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  89. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr TEO Chee Hean". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  90. ^ "Teo Ser Luck – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  91. ^ "Zainal Bin Sapari – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  92. ^ "Cedric Foo Chee Keng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  93. ^ "Sitoh Yih Pin – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  94. ^ "Charles Chong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  95. ^ "Sam Tan Chin Siong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  96. ^ "Amrin Amin – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  97. ^ "Hawazi Daipi – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  98. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr KHAW Boon Wan". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  99. ^ "Lim Wee Kiak – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  100. ^ "Vikram Nair – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  101. ^ "Ong Ye Kung – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  102. ^ "Lam Pin Min – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  103. ^ "Baey Yam Keng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  104. ^ "Cheng Li Hui – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  105. ^ "Desmond Choo Pey Ching – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  106. ^ "Heng Swee Keat – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  107. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr Heng Swee Keat". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  108. ^ a b "Singapore Election Candidates > H-I". Singapore Elections. 
  109. ^ "Masagos Zulkifli Bin Masagos Mohamad – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  110. ^ "Chan Chun Sing – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  111. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr CHAN Chun Sing". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  112. ^ "Chia Shi-Lu – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  113. ^ "Indranee Rajah – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  114. ^ "Joan Pereira – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  115. ^ "Melvin Yong Yik Chye – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  116. ^ "Foo Mee Har – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  117. ^ "S Iswaran – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  118. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr S Iswaran". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  119. ^ "Lim Hng Kiang – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  120. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Mr LIM Hng Kiang". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  121. ^ "Patrick Tay Teck Guan – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  122. ^ "Grace Fu Hai Yien – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  123. ^ "The Singapore Cabinet Office: Ms Grace FU Hai Yien". Cabinet of Singapore. 
  124. ^ "Singapore Election Candidates > D-F". Singapore Elections. 
  125. ^ "Dr Daniel Goh Pei Siong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  126. ^ "Leon Perera – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  127. ^ "Dennis Tan Lip Fong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  128. ^ "WP's Daniel Goh elected as NCMP: ELD". Channel NewsAsia. 4 February 2016. Retrieved 11 February 2016. 
  129. ^ "Nine NMPs, including five new faces, sworn in". Today Online. 24 March 2016. Archived from the original on 25 April 2016. Retrieved 25 April 2016. 
  130. ^ "Azmoon Ahmad – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  131. ^ "Chia Yong Yong – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  132. ^ "Thomas Chua Kee Seng – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  133. ^ "Ganesh Rajaram – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
  134. ^ "Kok Heng Leun – Member's CV". Parliament of Singapore. 
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