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Singapore's Tony Tan wins presidential election with thin margin (3)

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10:37, August 28, 2011

Singapore's former deputy prime minister Tony Tan waves to his supporters at the Toa Payoh Stadium after being voted as the President of Singapore on Aug. 28, 2011. Tan won 35.19 percent of the votes cast in Singapore in the polls on Saturday, in the race of four contestants. Tony Tan will be sworn in as president on Sept. 1 for a term of six years. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)
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