Singapore predicament, Asean challenge

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  • Saturday, 29 Jul 2017

Singapore's leaders say the city-state is not ready for same-sex marriage. - AFP/file

SINGAPORE is no longer a boring political place which finds its substitute excitement in neighbouring Malaysia or Indonesia. It has plenty of its own now.

However in grappling with it and, no doubt, measuring cost-benefit, one probable consequence could be the strength of its leadership of Asean whose chair the island republic assumes next year.

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