While Minister for Home Affairs and Law described Mr Lee Hsien Yang and Mrs Lee Suet Fern as having absconded from Singapore, he revealed in response to questions by Mr Leong Mun Wai and Ms Sylvia Lim that no order has been issued under the Criminal Procedure Code was ever issued to the two to attend police interviews.
Mr Leong Mun Wai, a Non-Constituency Member of Parliament, is set to question the government’s inconsistent approach to revealing names of people under police investigation. Specifically, he is questioning why Mr Lee Hsien Yang and Ms Lee Suet Fern were named during their investigation while six former management staff of Keppel Offshore & Marine Limited were not for their involvement in a multi-million bribery scandal in Brazil.
The Straits Times article on Lee Hsien Yang’s recent Facebook post is focused on the ongoing police investigation into him and his wife. The article also mentioned Lee Hsien Yang’s guilty verdict for lying under oath and his intention to run for the upcoming presidential election. However, the article did not include LHY’s accusations against the government and PM LHL, alleging attacks on him and his family for standing up for his father’s promise to ensure that their family house at 38 Oxley Road is demolished after his death.
Lee Hsien Yang, brother of Singapore’s Prime Minister, said he is a fugitive and has been forced to leave the country after being persecuted by the government. He claims it is due to his keeping a promise to his father regarding the demolition of their family home. At the same time, LHY, a former CEO of Singtel, is a possible contender for the upcoming Presidential Election with his professional qualifications, but the ongoing investigation may affect his candidacy.
Lee Hsien Yang, brother of Singapore’s Prime Minister, has claimed in a Facebook post that he has been made a fugitive in his own country for standing up for a promise to his father, Lee Kuan Yew. In the post, he expresses his heartbreak and disappointment over being condemned in Parliament and the press without due process. Lee Hsien Yang goes on to describe the ongoing dispute with his brother over their father’s house and the will, stating that the persecution he has experienced has made him realise the wrongful persecutions of persons who were only trying to do good in Singapore. He claims that he and his sister spoke up to keep a promise to their father, and that they have paid dearly for it.
Lee Hsien Yang (LHY), the younger brother of Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, has expressed his interest in running for president in the upcoming election, adding to the ongoing political drama surrounding the Lee family. In a phone interview with Bloomberg News, LHY revealed his intentions to run for the presidency, saying that “a … Read more
On Thursday evening (2 March), Lee Hsien Yang (LHY), the brother of Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (LHL), took to Facebook to accuse the Singaporean authorities of continuing to persecute his family. This came after Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Mr Teo Chee Hean, revealed in a written parliamentary reply that … Read more
Singaporean Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Mr Teo Chee Hean, has strongly criticized an e-book titled “The Battle Over Lee Kuan Yew’s Last Will,” authored by Mr Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh, saying that the book is “not credible” and is “calculated to mislead.” Mr Teo, who was responding to a written parliamentary question … Read more
SINGAPORE — Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY) has said that it is impossible to fathom the decision by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) to issue stern warnings to six former senior management staff members of Keppel Offshore & Marine Limited (KOM) over a multi-million dollar bribery case due to insufficient evidence after spending five … Read more
SINGAPORE — In his Chinese New Year message on the eve of CNY, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reminded the population to stay vigilant despite the stable COVID situation and cherish family time, making it a greater priority. “After nearly three years battling the pandemic, I am glad that we can fully resume our Chinese … Read more