1996 in Singapore
- The parliament passes the Maintenance of Parents law, a private member's bill introduced by Woon Cheong Ming Walter.
- 10 February – The Woodlands extension of the North South MRT Line opens.
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Population of death : 15,590
- Sue-Ann Chia (11 March 2010), "Know the past to tackle the future", The Straits Times, p. B14. The first ever Act since 1965 originating from a private member's bill was the Roman Catholic Archbishop Bill introduced by P. Selvadurai and Chiang Hai Ding in 1974 and passed the following year as the Roman Catholic Archbishop Act (now Cap. 375, 1985 Rev. Ed.). This was a private act, not a public one: Chia, ibid. See also Walter Woon (28 June 1994), "Honor thy father and mother – or else", The Wall Street Journal, p. A18; "Govt gives backing to Parents Bill", The Straits Times, 27 July 1994; Walter Woon (11 August 1994), "Family matters", Far Eastern Economic Review, p. 30; "Parents maintenance bill passed", The Straits Times, 3 November 1995.
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