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Netizens troll PM Lee over “crocodile tears” in Parliament yesterday

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Parliament concluded a 2-day discussion yesterday on the allegations of abuse of power leveled against Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong by his siblings Dr Lee Wei Ling and Mr Lee Hsien Yang.

In closing his statements on the matter, PM Lee teared up, appealing for reconciliation with his siblings, after announcing his siblings’ claims don’t hold any water without giving them an opportunity to speak for themselves.

Netizens have not held back from trolling the head of government for his “crocodile tears.”

 

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WATCH: PM Lee Hsien Loong tears up in Parliament recounting how his father told him to take care of the family.RECAP: https://cna.asia/2tkKGT4

Posted by Channel NewsAsia on Tuesday, 4 July 2017

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