Photo of Halimah Yacob from Straits Times

Under the directive of Lee Hsien Loong from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the Election Department (ELD) opens up the world’s first ever racist election where citizens of other races are banned from participation. According to the ELD, only Malays are allowed to participate under a new Constitution re-written by PM Lee Hsien Loong:

“Applications for the 2017 Presidential Election certificates will open on Thursday (Jun 1)… Amendments to subsidiary legislation will be made following amendments to the Constitution in November 2016 and the Presidential Elections Act in February this year. These come into effect on Thursday. Under the amendments, in deciding whether a potential presidential candidate belongs to the Malay community, the sub-committee may interview him, ask him to provide more information and consult any person. The decision of the sub-committee will be final.”

A Malay Singaporean candidate will have to be “certified” a Malay by the PAP-appointed committee before he/she is allowed to contest.

The world’s first ever racist election will take place in September, with PAP puppet President Tony Tan ending his S$1.54 million-a-year portfolio in Aug 31.

There will also be new laws reducing the powers of the next President, and the new President will not be allowed to make promises on national policies:

“This is so that candidates will not be drawn to making statements or promises which exceed the constitutionally prescribed role of the President.”

Among other changes include a more stringent candidate requirements, resulting the only qualified candidate to be PAP MPs with Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob as the only person qualified.

The racist election was meticulously planned for more than 2 years, with propaganda and fake surveys from mainstream media, fake public consultation sessions and right-wing views from government-controlled academics. No Singaporean majority has given expressed approval for dictator PM Lee Hsien Loong’s proposal of a racist election.

However under Singapore’s oppressive laws, calling the Prime Minister a “racist” will result in a defamation lawsuit or invoke a jail sentence under the country’s Sedition Act.