Tag: Lee Hsien Loong

Letter from Lee Kuan Yew to the Cabinet recirculates: “38 Oxley Road has no merit as architecture. So please respect my wish to have it demolished when I am...

A letter from Singapore’s first Prime Minister, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew has once again been circulating around social media and the Internet. In his letter, he makes his wishes towards his residential home, 38 Oxley Road, clear, asking for it to be...

Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling can decide if they want to testify in court against PM Lee: Press Secretary

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will testify in court if his defamation suit against the chief editor of The Online Citizen (TOC) goes to trial, said PM Lee’s press secretary. In a statement on Tuesday (September 10) night, Ms Chang Li Lin answered media queries...

Lee Wei Ling speaks out again on 38 Oxley Road: “One has to be remarkably dumb or ill-informed to not know what LKY wanted to happen to his marital...

Around the same time as the release of a statement from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s press secretary detailing that PM Lee will testify in court if his defamation suit against the chief editor of The Online Citizen (TOC) goes to trial, his sister...

Tan Kin Lian jokes about selling his rotten tooth for $2 to help The Online Citizen in their legal case against PM Lee

Former presidential candidate Tan Kin Lian–known for his quips online, and often cheeky comments–put his tooth up for auction saying he would “donate the proceeds to the TOC legal defence fund”. The Online Citizen, self-proclaimed as ‘a community blogging platform involved in political activism in...

PM Lee’s lawyers say article by The Online Citizen has ‘gravely injured’ his reputation

In court documents, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s lawyers state that the article published by The Online Citizen (TOC) on Aug 15 has "gravely injured" his character and reputation. PM Lee is suing TOC’s chief editor Terry Xu for defamation. His lawyers say that the article...

Heng Swee Keat: ‘Cut from the same cloth’ as the Lee family?

Singapore—As talk of the upcoming General Election has heated up due to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s announcement on Wednesday, September 4, that the Electoral Boundaries Committee has officially been convened, extra attention is now being paid to the designated heir apparent, who was...

PM Lee serves The Online Citizen a Writ of Summons and Statement of Claim for refusing to comply to demands in his earlier letter

A Writ of Summons along with a Statement of Claim has been served by Davinder Singh Chambers LLC on behalf of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to Terry Xu, Chief Editor of The Online Citizen. The documents were served on Thursday (September 5), 3.51pm at...

Tan Kin Lian says that if he were faced with a demand letter from PM Lee, he would apologise but with some qualification

Former presidential candidate Tan Kin Lian shared some of his thoughts on a recent letter of demand that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had sent Terry Xu, Editor of The Online Citizen. PM Lee’s spokesperson issued a letter to sociopolitical website The Online Citizen (TOC),...

SDP’s Chee Soon Juan: When the PM appoints himself and his wife as jagas of our sovereign wealth funds with little transparency and accountability, my education angers me

On Saturday, August 24, the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) held a fundraiser with the Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) Old Boys' Association. During his speech, Secretary-General Dr Chee Soon Juan spoke about “people before profit, rights before riches, wisdom before wealth”. He started out his speech by...

PM Lee: We have no illusions about the depths of religious fault lines in our society

Singapore—Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong acknowledged the deep divisions among the different religious groups in the nation, citing this as the reason for having passed the Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act in1990. However, with the changing of the times due to social media and...