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PAP MP caught dozing off as PM Lee talks about LKY’s values in Parliament

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PAP Member of Parliament for Tampines GRC, Desmond Choo, was caught drifting in and out of sleep while Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong expounded about his father, the late founding Prime Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s rules and values in Parliament this week.

It was perhaps an indicator of how some Singaporeans felt about the 2-day parliamentary debate about 38 Oxley Road, where PM Lee defended himself against “baseless” accusations of abuse of power by his siblings, without giving them a platform to speak for themselves.

Desmond Choo, we understand. We also sian liao. ???

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Photos of other MPs in Parliament this week suggest how exciting the “robust debate” really might have been:

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