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YPAP MEMBER QUESTIONS BLIND OBEDIENCE OF FELLOW PAP MEMBERS IN LEE FAMILY FEUD

My point is this - I do not believe in blind obedience. This is not a wild allegation made by some fringe group, but by the Prime Minister's siblings, who are high-profile individuals. It is therefore not disloyal to ask questions and seek answers on the issue. If the Party leadership believes that by raising these questions, I am disloyal to the Party, it is always open to them to expel me. But I choose to believe that they are more progressive, intelligent and thoughtful than that. Making threats against me on the other hand, is not only disgraceful, but, given the circumstances, painfully ironic.

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PPL SHLD PRESSURISE THEIR MP TO CONVENE AN INQUIRY INTO LEE FAMILY DISPUTE

A concerned citizen hoped for Singaporeans, especially residents of Aljunied GRC and Hougang should pressurise their MPs to convene an independent inquiry into the Lee family dispute. "This was also done previously when the late honorable JBJ had launched accusations against LKY both inside and outside of Parliament." He fears that if this is not done, it will have serious implications for Singapore as we may be exploited by other countries.

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WORKERS PARTY: LHL SHOULD TAKE LONGER LEAVE & OPEN INDEPENDENT INQUIRY

Workers' Party's Chen Jiaxi Bernard suggested for PM Lee to take a leave of absence and assign an independent committee to look into the Lee family allegations. "This is not about how much Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang has/ has not contributed to Singapore. This is about what Lee Hsien Loong had allegedly done. And he has to be accountable to our institutions, as well as the very people who have given him the mandate to govern... We need an independent inquiry. Prime Minister Lee, if you really mean what you say and represents all that you said your party represents, please take a leave of absence and appoint an independent committee to look into the allegations. It is now more than urgent that Parliament convenes and appoint an independent ombudsman. More than ever, moving forward we need an independent parliamentary ombudsman."

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