CPIB’s decision not to prosecute KOM executives “will cause more damage to Singapore’s reputation”, says Lee Hsien Yang

SINGAPORE — Keppel Offshore and Marine Ltd (KOM)’s corrupt actions in Brazil dealt a blow to Singapore’s reputation, and the decision not to prosecute will “cause more damage” to Singapore’s reputation than the reprehensible acts that were perpetrated, said Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY), former Singtel CEO and former Chairman of Civil Aviation Authority of … Read more

With the impending GST hike, LHY asks if LHL’s warning about profligate spending and irresponsible, unsustainable plans has come true

SINGAPORE — With the impending hike of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) next year, Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY) asks if the dire warning from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong about “profligate spending and irresponsible, unsustainable plans” leading to the need to raise GST has come true. The former Singtel CEO and Chairman of … Read more

Lee Hsien Yang: Singapore runs massive budget surplus every year and its calculation does not conform to IMF standards

Commenting on Mr Yeoh Lam Keong’s Facebook page, Mr Lee Hsien Yang, former CEO of Singtel shared a dated post of his, which states Singapore runs a massive budget surplus every year and the way it is calculated does not conform to accounting standards of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Mr Lee, who is also the son … Read more

A contest for the Singapore Presidency in 2023 between the Lee family?

Will Singapore see a contest for its head of state between the prestigious Lees in the upcoming Presidential Election 2023 as a continuation of the family dispute? Asian publication, Asia Sentinel in a report on Monday, wrote that Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY), younger son of late Lee Kuan Yew (LKY) is “serious about running” for the … Read more

Why not 18 years old? Time for a change

by Lee Hsien Yang It is way past time for Singapore to involve young people in democracy, political participation and their own future. Singapore is one of only seven countries in the world where voters have to be 21 or older. Singapore keeps company with Oman, Samoa, Tonga, Kuwait, Lebanon and the UAE, only 3 percent … Read more

On life with the Lee family, son’s ‘coming out’ and the ‘magic’ of quilting: Lee Suet Fern opens up about personal life

Corporate lawyer and quilting extraordinaire Lee Suet Fern recently opened up about her personal life in a “rare” interview with Yahoo! News Singapore published on Thursday (1 Oct). Mrs Lee is the wife of Lee Hsien Yang, the youngest son of the late founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. She is the eldest child of distinguished … Read more

GE2020 result demonstrates that Singapore wants different, says PSP’s Lee Hsien Yang

This year’s General Election (GE) demonstrated that “Singapore wants different”, said the member of Progress Singapore Party (PSP), Lee Hsien Yang, on Friday (17 July) as he expressed his gratitude to fellow Singaporeans. The People’s Action Party (PAP) retained its power by winning 61.2 per cent of the popular vote share, but its support took … Read more

Elections Department quiet on Bilahari Kausikan’s attack against PSP’s Lee Hsien Yang on Facebook during Cooling-off Day

A police report has been filed against former ambassador-at-large Bilahari Kausikan over a Facebook post he made on Cooling-off Day (9 July) in which he rebuked the new member of Progress Singapore Party (PSP) Lee Hsien Yang. Mr Lee Hsien Yang, who is the estranged brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, had joined the … Read more

Dr Lee Wei Ling calls Bilahari Kausikan’s allegations on Lee Hsien Yang bought Oxley house for S$1 as “baseless” and “false”

Dr Lee Wei Ling refuted Bilahari Kausikan’s – a retired diplomat – allegations that her brother Lee Hsien Yang has bought the 38 Oxley Road property from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for S$1 and to make a profit from the property, noting that his allegations are “baseless” and “false”. During the Cooling-Off Day of … Read more

Leaked Audio: Since Jan 2019, PAP has been worried about PSP’s Dr Tan Cheng Bock and Lee Hsien Yang, SDP’s Tan Jee Say, Workers’ Party

Long before the General Election (GE) was called on 23 June 2020, the People’s Action Party (PAP) was already on high alert with several members from the alternative parties, which include Dr Tan Cheng Bock and Lee Hsien Yang from the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), Tan Jee Say from the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP), and … Read more