The 2006 Singapore election featured large turnouts at some of the election rallies of the opposition parties, which was unheard of since the 1980s. A report by Malaysian press The Star estimated that around 10,000 people attended the Workers' Party rally on 30 April at Hougang. At the last rally of the Workers' Party at Serangoon Stadium on 5 May, the audience filled up most of the field and even spilled outside the stadium. However the local media did not report on the large turnout at all, this prompted widespread criticisms on the credibility of the Singapore media on local political issues. (source)Workers' Party Rally, Serangoon Stadium, 5 may 2006 (YouTube)
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