3rd Parliament of Singapore
The 3rd Parliament of Singapore was a meeting of the Parliament of Singapore. Its first session commenced on 12 October 1972 and was prorogued on 6 December 1974. It commenced its second session on 21 February 1975 and was dissolved on 6 December 1976.
|3rd Parliament of Singapore|
|12 October 1972 – 6 December 1976|
|Speaker of Parliament|
|Leader of the|
|12 October 1972–6 December 1974|
|21 February 1975–6 December 1976|
|Lee Kuan Yew|
12 October 1972–6 December 1976
The members of the 3rd Parliament were elected in the 1972 general election. Parliament was controlled by a People's Action Party majority, led by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his Cabinet. The Speaker was Dr Yeoh Ghim Seng.
Results of the Singapore General Election, 1972Edit
|People's Action Party||524,892||70.4||65||+7|
|United National Front||55,001||7.4||0||New|
|Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Singapura||10,054||1.3||0||New|
|Source: Nohlen et al.|