38 Oxley Road

CHEE HONG TAT ADDS FUEL TO THE FIRE, SLAMS LI SHENGWU FOR JUDICARY COMMENTS

Senior minister of State for Health and Communications and Information, Mr Chee Hong Tat, has slammed Mr Li Shengwu, the son of Lee Hsien Yang and the nephew of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who had made remarks in a "Friends Only" Facebook post in which he criticized the judiciary system in Singapore for being unfair.

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PAP MPS SILENCE DURING 38 OXLEY ROAD PARLIAMENT DEBATE DEAFENING

Even as the dust hasn't quite settled for the 38 Oxley Rd issue and odours still persist after its premature closure with an uneasy 'truce', 1 pertinent question keeps glaring at the eyes of the electorate that is, how effective were the PAP MPs in taking their leaders to task and holding them accountable to residents?

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SOCIAL ACTIVIST GILBERT GOH ORGANISES OXLEY RD PROTEST AGAINST ABUSE OF POWER

Singapore was treated to a unprecedented show of unrivalled blow-by-blow account of a sibling spat that shook the country for close to three weeks.
Never have so many people switch so much to social media to watch the next FB post by any of the three royal siblings and many I believe would have burst their monthly data limit in order to catch the latest social media feed. So let us come out and discuss together as a people what we want for a better Singapore on 15th July Saturday. If you want to speak at our open-air forum - please let us know in advance. Each speaker has 5 to 10 minutes and we are limiting to a total of ten speakers only. You don't have to be eloquent to speak but need only to speak from your heart.

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INSTAGRAMMERS SNAPPING PHOTOS OF 38 OXLEY ROAD IN NEW TREND

While the parliamentary debate has left some netizens feeling disappointed for the lack of progress over the disputed 38 Oxley Road house, there is some good that has come out of the whole saga. The old house has now become a new pilgrimage site for trigger happy Instagrammers, who have turned "38 Oxley Road" into one of the most trending search terms on the photo sharing app.

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38 OXLEY ROAD DISPUTE SHOWS HOW NARROW MINDED PRO-GOVT SUPPORTERS ARE

38 Oxley Road might seem to be a debate on what the late Lee Kuan Yew wanted to do with his house, or what he did not want to do, the case of abuse of power in the role of organs of state or even the question of "kakinangs" in key appointments such as that of the attorney general's role and the that of the deputy attorney general.

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