Singapore gets first female president amid criticism that her election was undemocratic – Firstpost

September 13, 2017
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Singapore: An establishment stalwart was named Singapore’s first female president on Wednesday but the milestone was overshadowed by criticism that her selection was undemocratic after she was handed the job without a vote. Halimah Yacob, a former …
Halimah Yacob formally elected Singapore’s first woman presidentThe Indian Express
Why Singaporeans aren’t all glad to get the president they wantedBBC News
Halimah Yacob to be sworn in as Singapore’s 8th President on Thursday: PMOThe Straits Times
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