The 9th Parliament of Singapore was a meeting of the Parliament of Singapore. Its first session commenced on 26 May 1997 and was prorogued on 8 September 1999. It commenced its second session on 4 October 1999 and was dissolved on 18 October 2001.
The members of the 9th Parliament were elected in the 1997 general election. Parliament was controlled by a People's Action Party majority, led by Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong and his cabinet. The Speaker was Tan Soo Khoon.
|9th Parliament of Singapore|
|26 May 1997 – 18 October 2001|
|Speaker of Parliament|
|Leader of the|
|26 May 1997–8 September 1999|
|4 October 1999–18 October 2001|
|Goh Chok Tong|
26 May 1997–18 October 2001
|People's Action Party||465,751||65.0||81||+4|
|Singapore Democratic Party||76,129||10.6||0||–3|
|National Solidarity Party||48,322||6.7||0||0|
|Singapore People's Party||16,746||2.3||1||New|
|Democratic Progressive Party||5,043||0.4||0||New|
|Source: Singapore Elections|