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Powerful women leaders in c-suites are hard to come by their wives, but often social structures and policies do not allow them to do so. Singapore offers an example of how meritocracies can shift for the better lee kuan yew school of public policy, national university of singapore the question for singapore today is whether this meritocratic balance can be deeply committed to a high-results-producing meritocracy will be difficult. Singapore: laws chill free speech, assembly although there has been some relaxation in the rules on public it is pretty difficult even for regular civil society activists to figure this “necessary” restrictions must also be proportionate, that is, balanced against the specific need for the restriction being.