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LHY: Hsien Loong should have lodged a complaint over LKY’s will as a private citizen




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The Lee Family Saga continues with LHY’s latest Facebook post, from Thursday night, January 10.

It was a very eventful week in the lives of Singapore’s so-called first family, that included legal troubles with the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) for Lee Hsien Yang’s wife and son, Dr. Lee Wei Ling weighed in, saying that she had debunked allegations made by PM Lee back in 2017, and the Prime Minister himself staying mum on social media concerning family matters, but coming up against blogger Leong Sze Hian, against whom he brought a lawsuit for defamation.

It has gotten to the point that netizens are either asking the Lees to solve their family matters in private, or asking Lee Hsien Yang to join the opposition in order to defeat the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) in the next General Election.

Interesting times indeed.

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In his latest salvo, the Prime Minister’s younger brother said that if Lee Hsien Loong took issue with the late Lee Kwan Yew’s will, he “should have lodged a complaint as a private citizen.”

On January 7, also on Facebook, LHY asked, “What public interest is being served by AGC here? Why waste public resources on a private matter, and after all this time? Why is AGC rushing this case in 2019 when the facts were known by all parties for years?”

LHY spoke up in defense of his wife, Lee Suet Fern, with whom the AGC has taken issue for possibly preparing LKY’s last will since her husband Lee Hsien Yang is one of the beneficiaries of the deed. The complaint filed against Lee Suet Fern, recognized as one of Singapore’s finest legal minds, by the AGC is one of “professional misconduct.”

In his latest post LHY repeats his questions, and asserts that the AGC has not answered his questions.


Read related: Lee Hsien Yang fires salvo at AGC for “wasting public resources on private matter”





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