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Tan Cheng Bock repeats: I still welcome Lee Hsien Yang to join PSP

"I think that Lee Hsien Yang is a good man, but he has his own agenda too. But like I said before, PSP is a party for all Singaporeans, so he has also been very careful that he is not joining the party because of his own agenda," said Dr Tan

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At the public launch of the Party (PSP), party Chief Cheng Bock announced that Lee Hsien Yang, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s younger brother, is still welcome to join the party.

In the weeks leading up to the official launch of PSP, there has been much speculation as to whether the younger Mr Lee would join Dr Tan.

While Mr Lee was present at neither the press conference nor the public launch of the party, the one question always asked was whether the two men would join hands in politics.

Registered in March this year, PSP was founded by who served for 26 years as the PAP Member of for the Constituency.

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Dr Tan was also a candidate in the of 2011, where he lost to the eventual winner, Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam, by a margin of only 0.35%.

At the official launch, the party used an online polling system to submit their questions, and to for the most questions.

The hot question on everyone’s mind was whether Mr Lee would join.

To this, Dr Tan reiterated his stance: I think that Lee Hsien Yang is a good man, but he has his own agenda too. But like I said before, PSP is a party for all Singaporeans, so he has also been very careful that he is not joining the party because of his own agenda”.

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I will still welcome him. If he wants to join (the party), he’s very welcome to join PSP”.

Dr Tan also advised that the people “Let him (Lee Hsien Yang) make the decision himself”. -/TISGFollow us on Social Media

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