Singapore City Council by-election, 1958

Singapore City Council By-Election, 1958

Singapore City Council by-election, 1958

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The Singapore City Council by-election of 1958 was held after the resignation of Chang Yuen Tong, a member who held the seat for Kallang Constituency. While he cited his inability to reconcile the demands of his work with those of the The Workers' Party of Singapore which he was a member, Lee Kuan Yew subsequently allerged that it was an orchestrated move by communist leader Fang Chuang Pi.

The Workers' Party fielded Lo Ka Fat to contest in the byelection, which was held on 26 July 1958. He was up against Lim Ser Puan of the Labour Front, Buang bin Omar Junid of the People's Action Party and Govindapillai Maruthamuthoo Kanagasabai, an independent.


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