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30 Jun 2020

Update on Singapore General Election 2020

The premises of the Singapore Embassy in Washington D.C., Singapore Consulate-General in San Francisco and Singapore Consulate in New York have been designated Overseas Polling Stations (OPS). Overseas polling in the three U.S. OPS will be conducted on Thursday 9 July 2020 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. local time. Only those who have successfully registered as overseas electors will be able to vote at their assigned overseas polling station.

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24 Jun 2020

Registration as Overseas Elector

The Writ of Election has been issued on 23 June 2020. If you are a qualified elector and have resided in Singapore for an aggregate of at least 30 days during the 3-year period between 01 Mar 2017 and 29 Feb 2020, you may apply to register as an overseas elector to vote at one of the 10 designated overseas polling stations if you have not done so. Application for registration as an overseas elector is open all-year round until 25 June 2020, 2359hrs, Singapore Time. In accordance with the law, we will not be able to process applications during the period from the 3rd day after the Writ for an election is issued until the Polling Day for the election. For more information on the Overseas Voting, please visit the Elections Department website.

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06 Jun 2020

Tropical Storm Cristobal

Singaporeans in areas affected by Tropical Storm Cristobal are advised to be vigilant, take necessary precautions and ensure that you have your tropical storm watch plan in place. We encourage you to visit the websites of the National Center for Environmental Health and National Weather Service for information on how to prepare for a tropical storm. We also advise that you heed the instructions of local authorities at all times, including evacuation orders. Do also stay in touch with your family and friends so that they know you are safe.

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02 Jun 2020

Letter to the Editor - New York Times Magazine

Singapore Ambassador to the United States Ashok Kumar Mirpuri responds to the New York Times Magazine May 20 article “A Sudden Coronavirus Surge Brought Out Singapore’s Dark Side”.

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