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Viral video showing Malaysia’s Finance Minister eating at crowded coffeeshop draws comparisons to Singapore ministers

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A viral video showing Malaysia’s Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has drawn comparisons to Singapore ministers and prompted discussion on whether political leaders here would casually do the same.

This, after Facebook user Nora Jamilah posted the following video of Lim with the caption, Selamat duit tax kita dpt menteri mcm ni (Happy money tax we get a minister like this)…Kudos Lim Guan Eng….!! Our all time favourite!” 

https://www.facebook.com/100009159778569/videos/1962011130780860/

Responding to a question on whether local ministers will do the same, netizens expressed doubt and asserted tongue-in-cheek that you might only see that come election time.

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