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RETIRED ST JOURNALIST: RESERVED ELECTION A PAP BLUNDER, BIGGEST SETBACK TO MULTICULTURALISM

Retired ST journalist Ismail Kassim referred to the Reserved Presidency as the greatest setback to multiculturalism. He predicted that Singaporeans will pay the price of having a "helpless PAPpie Malay" who is more loyal to the Party than the People. He said the PE has already caused divisions among Malays. "It takes a lifetime to build up a sterling reputation, but it takes just one error of judgement to turn all to ashes. I think history will judge this controversial EP race harshly; in time it will be regarded as the greatest PAP blunder over the last 58 years - even worse than the bungling over Oxleygate.

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SDP: AGC TARGETS LI SHENGWU BUT DID NOT INVESTIGATE LHL'S ALLEGED ABUSE OF POWERS

In a statement by the SDP, it questioned the AGC for targeting Li Shengwu but failing to investigate charges of abuse of power by PM Lee Hsien Loong. "How the AGC handles the two issues will determine the level of public confidence in our law enforcement agency. It is crucial that the AGC treats the cases without fear or favour".

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OPP POLITICIAN: EQUALLY SNEAKY THAT DEMOLITION CLAUSE WAS LEFT OUT OF OTHER WILLS

Opposition politician and lawyer Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss has her suspicions about the Demolition Clause in LKY's Last Will. She thinks it is equally sneaky that the clause was deleted in the 5th and 6th wills, and it was "fortunately" re-inserted into his Last Will.

"Suggestions of sneakiness is mere personal opinion. It is certainly not unusual at all for anyone to make several wills, each time changing his mind according to his feelings and according to who's persuasions as he decided to follow. Regardless of whether one followed the 'right' counsel, if he signed the Will voluntarily in compliance with all the formal requirements, the Will is valid and legally binding. Ultimately, the last Will supercedes all earlier ones."

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IS IT A CONFLICT OF INTEREST FOR LHL TO BE IN CHARGE OF OUR RESERVES?

Lee Hsien Loong say there is conflict of interest in Lim Suet Fern getting involved in Lee Kuan Yew's Last Will. The mother of all ironies is he and his wife being in charge of the national reserve when he is the PM.

The Oxley road house worth how much? $50 million? A drop in the ocean when our national reserve is worth at least $500 billion. Or is it worth less than this Oxley road house now? Mother of all ironies. What do you think?

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LEE SIBLINGS MUST GO THROUGH PROPER LEGAL PROCESS, STOP EMBARRASSING OUR COUNTRY

The international media has been feverishly reporting on the “family feud” (this is the term used by most of the international media), and argubly making a mockery of Singapore’s sterling reputation which was built over the last 51 years. After scores of pages of statements by both sides, including the Government – the nation has arguably, become deeply divided by this issue. If there is rule of law in a country – there should only be one issue and one solution – is the will of our late former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew valid? And therefore, only a court of law can determine this, provided the parties involved submit themselves to go through the proper legal process. It should not be decided, or in a way be decided by proxy debate, by a specially formed ministerial committee (which was not made known to Singaporeans), the Government, or the media.

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LEE HSIEN YANG: LHL HAS "ERRONEOUS" MEMORY OF WHAT HAPPENED

The Lee family drama continues. Despite LHL's claim that the siblings did not respond to his secret Committee's questions about the Will, Lee Hsien Yang refuted that both of them already answered responded back in February. He also accused LHL of having an "erroneous" memory of what happened. Ouch.

"Loong claims, 'my siblings had not responded to the Committee's questions about how the last will was prepared and the role that Mrs Lee Suet Fern and lawyers from her legal firm played in preparing the last will.'
This is a lie. We replied on 28 Feb, 'The Final Will was not drafted by Stamford Law Corporation or Mr. Ng Joo Khin and LHL's claimed recollection to that effect is clearly erroneous.' LHL's secret committee ignored it. Besides, we thought this was a "private family matter?"

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