How did PM’s private secretary get access to private AGC correspondence? – Li Shengwu demands

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Li Shengwu has released private correspondence between himself and the Attorney-General’s Chambers, since his uncle, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s private secretary somehow gained access to the private correspondence and released private information to the public.

Shengwu was referring to comments made my private secretary Chang to news agency Reuters on 18 August 2017.

In a separate development, the AGC has been given permission to continue contempt of court proceedings against the grandson of late founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

We republish the correspondence between Shengwu and the AGC here:

17 COMMENTS

  1. When the sun rise, darkness disappear !
    Indeed, nothing is private and confidential
    When PM shared about caring for the elderly who lived alone, with sensor and camera to monitor their personal lifestyle such as getting up at what time and sleeping at what time, plus outdoor time, I am wondering if this a sign of caring for the the elderly welfares of treating them as kids
    With Hong Yi as director of communication, there is no such thing as private and confidential unless you don’t register with facebook, whatsapp, lines and wechat

  2. That’s a so called ownself-recuse-ownself boss who has a clear separation between public and private matters while havinga litigious friend running a leegal system……..

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