Leader of the Opposition (Singapore)
|Leader of the Opposition of |
the Republic of Singapore
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|Appointer||Central Executive Council of Workers' Party of Singapore|
|Term length||While leader of the second largest political party represented in the parliament not in government.|
|Inaugural holder||Lee Kuan Yew|
(Legislative Assembly 1955)
|Formation||6 April 1955|
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politics and government of
The Leader of the Opposition of Singapore is usually the leader of the second largest political party represented in the Parliament of Singapore. During the 1955 Legislative Assembly election, the late Lee Kuan Yew was the de facto Leader of the Opposition, as the People's Action Party was then the second largest political party represented in the Legislative Assembly.
The current de facto Leader of Opposition is Low Thia Khiang of the Workers' Party of Singapore.
Seating in Parliament
The Leader of the Opposition sits on the left side of the Parliament chamber, directly opposite the Prime Minister of Singapore.
Salary and Remuneration
The Leader of the Opposition does not draw a salary from this post. He is entitled the same salary and remuneration with the rest of the members of Parliament.
List of Opposition Leaders
- Leader of the Opposition
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