CNA reported "PAP not returned to power in Singapore".
CNA reported that majority of the seats would be contested by Opposition (47 out of 84 seats).
However, majority of the coverage is on the PAP. In fact as of now, I have only seen one interview on an opposition candidate (Steve Chia) [*I have just been informed that there was another brief interview with Low Thia Kiang in the morning]. Why is the reporting so biased? Why isn't CNA actively interviewing opposition candidates? Why is the media promoting one party over the others, by focusing their interviews on PAP candidates? Is it ethical for the media to be doing this?
I also noticed that the reporters are not prepared. They are constantly reading from their notebooks. They are unsure about what they want to say (So much hesitation, so many mistakes, so many "Erms.. and Er.."). Singapore doesn't only need a first world government, it needs a first world media.