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PMO: LEE HSIEN YANG'S LAWYER WIFE PLAYED A ROLE IN DRAFTING LKY'S LAST WILL

In its statement, questions were raised as to the facts and circumstances surrounding the drafting of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew's Last Will and the role that Lee Hsien Yang's wife, Mrs Lee Suet Fern, and her law firm played in drafting the late Mr Lee's will. The Cabinet has requested for PM Lee's younger siblings to declare their version of events on the drafting of the late Mr Lee's will, as PM Lee has done.

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PAP MP GRACE FU SAYS SHE WAS MISQUOTED ON AMOS YEE

Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Grace Fu says that she was misquoted for her remarks on Amos Yee and his parents. "It's not just any YouTube video. It crosses the red line on religion. But I think that Amos Yee is not doing himself or his family any favors," she said, "How do you deal with a 16 year-old that is not able to comply with rules of society? It's kind of a parent's nightmare."

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BOY WHO POSTED HOAX ON LKY'S DEATH GETS "STERN WARNING"

A Singaporean student below 16 years-old received a stern warning from the police for circulating a fake death announcement for former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew on 18th March. A police statement said, "In consultation with the Attorney-General's Chambers, the Police have issued [the culprit] with a stern warning in lieu of prosecution,"

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[COMPLAIN] MALAYSIAN CHINESE LOVE LEE KUAN YEW WHILE UNGRATEFUL SINGAPOREANS CAN'T WAIT TO SEE HIM DIE!

Prime Minister Office released a statement earlier to inform the public that Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew health condition has deteriorated. As a long term resident in Singapore for almost 30 years, I have witnessed magnificent changes in this island - good public housing, clean living environment, uncorrupted governance and efficient administration.

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MINISTER S ISWARAN: S'POREANS HAVE GONE TOO FAR TRYING TO PUNISH JOVER CHEW

Some individuals have “gone too far” in their reactions against the unethical practices of the errant retailer at Sim Lim Square, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office S Iswaran, as he said that police have begun looking into reports on the case, as well as a related report on harassment. In a Facebook post on Saturday (Nov 8), Mr Iswaran, who is also Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry, spoke up about the recent incident at Sim Lim Square. He urged people to "exercise restraint" and not to take matters into their own hands. "Let due process take its course," he wrote.

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MR LEE KUAN YEW CARES FOR SINGAPOREANS

Mr Lee Kuan Yew then asked me about the problems with the building design. For example, he wanted to know whether the corridors got wet when it rained - they did - and whether the building might be less warm if we improved the planting of creepers down some of the walls. He even wanted to know whether the pond next to the hospital flooded and overflowed to the hospital when it rained. The answer, fortunately, was no. This attention to detail by the boss matters. If the boss cares, everybody else up and down the line cares. If the boss does not care, standards can begin to slip.

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