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Ironic That Fate Of Grand Prix Can Be Decided Sooner Than Announcement Of General Election Rules

Ironic That Fate Of Grand Prix Can Be Decided Sooner Than Announcement Of General Election Rules

Due to this "urgency" to call for an elections, the Workers' Party (WP) called for the government to "publish election campaign rules forthwidth" so that all political parties have a clear idea of how they can campaign safely despite the ongoing Covid19 pandemic. However, the same MTI minister Chan Chun Sing excused the Elections Department (ELD) saying that they have to explore various scenarios and rules due to the "evolving" Covid19 situation. When the ELD is ready, election candidates and parties will be given "sufficient time" to know the rules and regulations. If the GE is to be held on July 2020, does it seem ironic that the fate of the Grand Prix (which will be held later in September 2020) can be decided earlier than the announcement of GE campaign rules?

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F1 CARS ARRIVE AT GARAGES

Work has already begun in front of Lewis Hamilton's garage at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, even if the Mercedes star has yet to enter the circuit park. Forklifts bearing large container boxes were a common sight along the pit straight area last night as logistics workers unloaded the turbo-charged Formula One cars into their team garages.

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MULTI-RELIGIOUS LEADERS CONDUCT TRACK BLESSING FOR F1 S'PORE GRAND PRIX

With the gaze of the motor racing world set to be firmly focused on Singapore next week with the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix, the organisers have left nothing to chance to help ensure it runs smoothly. A ceremony was held at the race’s Marina Bay Street Circuit yesterday, where religious leaders from Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Sikhism, Judaism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism and the Baha’i faith conducted prayers for good weather and the safety of the 23 drivers and their teams, race officials and spectators.

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