Singapore Public Law | A Singapore law professors’ public law blog
This blog aims to create a forum to discuss all things public law. It publishes commentaries by law professors whose legal expertise, it is hoped, contributes to existing knowledge and critique on matters of public concern.
The following post, written by Dr. Jaclyn L. Neo, was published on I-CONnect Blog on 16 May 2018. It examines the recent seismic elections in Malaysia, and highlights some constitutional defects in ensuring smooth political transitions. In particular, it highlights how the Singapore constitution explicitly prohibits floor crossing or what is more popularly known as […]