Lee Hsien Yang has refuted his dictator Prime Minister brother Lee Hsien Loong’s claims that the siblings’ quarrel has been resolved. The PM’s brother who is in self-exiled in Hong Kong confirmed that the PM has lied during the CNBC interview a week ago, and that the PM never once made any attempt to resolve the issue:
“Our brother says he is unsure that the feud is solved. Notwithstanding his public statements, Hsien Loong has made no attempt to reach out to us to resolve matters in private. Meanwhile, the Attorney General is busy prosecuting Hsien Loong’s nephew for his private correspondence. The AGC’s letters make repeated reference to the family feud.”
In Aug 2017, Lee Hsien Loong contracted his crony Attorney General, Lucien Wong, who was his former private lawyer to prosecute his nephew Li Shengwu for contempt of court. The Attorney General fabricated a fake charge by taking a screenshot of Li Shengwu’s private Facebook post and demanded the latter to face prosecution.
Li Shengwu is currently a research fellow at Harvard University, and he will be taking a lecturer role at the school next year. The grandson of Lee Kuan Yew ironically imposed a self-exile on himself, confirming that he will not return to Singapore to face his uncle Prime Minister’s persecution. With Li Shengwu out of the way, Lee Hsien Loong’s son, Li Hongyi, has his way paved for premiership in the Lee dictatorship. Li Hongyi is currently a senior civil servant and “consultant” at the propaganda ministry, Ministry of Communications and Information.
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