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Democracy 2011

In 2010, Singapore was ranked in the last position among high-income countries for "fundamental rights" and "open government" http://www.worldjusticeproject.org/sites/default/files/WJP%20Rule%20of%20Law%20Index%20201 0_2_0.pdf

In 2010. in the same zone as Lebanon/Cambodia/Pakistan. in September 2005.For example. Definition of Hybrid regime: Elections have substantial irregularities that often prevent them from being both free and fair. three bloggers were convicted of sedition for posting racist remarks targeting minorities. Government pressure on opposition parties and candidates maybe common.html PAP has also consistently rejected liberal democratic values. Singapore was ranked in the last position among high-income countries for "fundamental rights" and "open government". multi-religious society. (the Economist: Democracy index) http://singaporedesk. which it typifies as Western and states that there should not be a 'one-size-fits-all' solution to a democracy. Laws restricting the freedom of speech are justified by claims that they are intended to prohibit speech that may breed ill will or cause disharmony within Singapore's multiracial. Singapore ranked 81 out of 167 countries. and in the first position for "access to civil justice" and "order and security" by the World Justice Project Rule of Law Index. .com/2011/05/violence-against-democracy.blogspot. Singapore remains classified as a ‘hybrid regime’. Amnesty International has criticised Singapore for having "possibly the highest execution rate in the world" per capita.