Singapore leaders admit faults, face election test (AP) – 1352th Edition

In this photo taken Friday, April 29, 2011, Singapore's opposition party Workers' Party leader Low Thia Khiang speaks to his supporters during a rally in Singapore. The ruling People's Action Party, with Lee Hsien Loong, the son of Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew at the helm, is still expected to overwhelmingly win Saturday's parliamentary election and remain in power for at least the next decade. But more seats are being contested than ever before by a new crop of well-educated opposition candidates. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)AP – The prime minister is admitting mistakes and even apologizing. It’s a sign that the party that has dominated Singapore and told the island state what’s best for a half-century could be facing its strongest electoral challenge.

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