The Straits Times (ST), a publication committed to nation-building, yesterday reminded its readers that besides the Oxley-squabble, there were many significant news developments elsewhere as well.
But while the ST reminded its readers to consider happenings in other parts of the world, the Oxley-squabble deepened today.
Lee Hsien Yang in sharing a picture about how unwavering his father was to ensure that his Oxley Road house should be demolished, suggested that the “secret” Committee did not respect Lee Kuan Yew.
DPM Teo Chee Hean tells us that there was "nothing secret" about this committee. We recommend that he look up the definition of "secret" in a dictionary.#respectLKY
Mr Lee said: “DPM Teo Chee Hean tells us that there was “nothing secret” about this committee. We recommend that he look up the definition of “secret” in a dictionary.”
Mr Lee’s older sister in the meantime, said that her friendship with Law Minister, Mr K Shanmugam is now on the line. She also quoted a poem by a German anti-Nazi theologian and Lutheran pastor about apathy.
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Meanwhile, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in his Facebook that he is back from his holiday, that he had read many Singaporeans’ comments, and that he will be back to work tomorrow (19 June).
Just arrived home. Read many of your comments and glad to have met some Singaporeans overseas too. Back to work on Monday. – LHL (A tall tree basking in the golden hour in Adelaide. / Photo by me)
It is unclear if PM Lee would act against his sister and brother over their allegations in the past few days, but many Singaporeans have expressed surprise that the political leaders were conducting their business over social media.