Tuesday, 18 July 2017

The famiLEE feud: AGC looking into FB post by Lee Hsien Yang's son

Update 5 Aug 2017:

Li Shengwu not returning to attend AGC's court charges against him
Singapore Government holds Lee Kuan Yew's grandson contempt in court

FamiLEE feud deepens over Li Shengwu's private Facebook Post

President Must “Do The Right Thing” and Revoke Lucien Wong’s Attorney-General Appointment
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The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has refused to look into Dr Lee Wei Ling’s and Lee Hsien Yang’s allegations that PM Lee Hsien Loong had abused his powers and made false statements in Parliament.

In its reply to the SDP on 21 July 2017, the AGC said that it “does not undertake investigations into the matters alleged in the letter. The persons who are the subjects of any criminal offence alleged to have been committed may lodge a police report.”

This is a curious, if not altogether hypocritical, stance. The AGC recently indicated that it would “look into” Mr Li Shengwu’s private Facebook posting which criticised the judicial system even though there was no mention that anyone had made a police report against Mr Li. Surely, if the AGC could “look into” private Facebook messages, it can look into the serious accusations of the abuse of power by the Prime Minister.

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Li Shengwu Says His Uncle’s “Dogs” Are Watching His Posts
Mr Li Shengwu seems to be cranking the rhetoric against his uncle up a notch

In a recent comment on his Facebook page, the nephew of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong seems to think that his uncle’s “dogs” are watching his posts, and even implied that the Singapore Government doesn’t like people to disagree with them.

The latest bombshell from Mr Li, who is the son of PM Lee’s brother Lee Hsien Yang, was made on a public Facebook post that was made on Monday (July 17), where he expressed surprise that the Attorney General’s Chambers’ (AGC) was investigating an earlier “friends only” post where he described our court system as “pliant”.

The incident ended up attracting more attention than Mr Li’s original post, drawing another post from his aunt Lee Wei Ling and breaking the ceasefire in the 38 Oxley Road saga. Read our story on Li Shengwu’s post and how it would have gone unnoticed had the AGC not mentioned it.

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Fabrications about the PAP Twists Li Shengwu’s Words in an Apparent Attempt to Smear his Reputation
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Pro-PAP Facebook page, Fabrications About the PAP, has taken a cheap shot at Lee Hsien Yang’s son, Li Shengwu.

The people behind the page pounced on a comment that Li made in private, twisted its meaning, then attempted to paint Li as out to attack Singaporeans at large (pictured above). Captioning the picture, FAP wrote:
“’Ye Ye – We will try to make you proud.’ This is how Shengwu does it, by calling Singaporeans dogs because they disagree with him. This is what a Oxford & Stanford education is?”
What happened was far from what FAP made Li out to be.

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PAP Fanpage accuses Lee Kuan Yew’s grandson of calling Singaporeans “dogs”
The PAP fanpage twisted this and said

Pro-PAP Facebook page, Fabrications About the PAP, has twisted Lee Kuan Yew’s grandson, Li Shengwu’s private Facebook message to a friend, attempting to make it seem like Shengwu is calling all Singaporeans “dogs.”

Last weekend, Shengwu linked a Wall Street Journal article that offered a thorough analysis of the public Oxley Rd feud in a ‘Friends only’ private Facebook post and said, “Keep in mind, of course that the Singapore government is very litigious and has a pliant court system. This constrains what the international media can usually report.”

He also linked a New York Times article on censorship and the use of defamation laws by both Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong to censor the foreign press.

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Shengwu Li 1 hr

Somewhat surprised that my last Facebook post has been enough to trigger a response from the Attorney-General's Chambers in Singapore.

This post was shared on "Friends only" privacy settings on Saturday (20 likes at the time of this writing). Apparently, that's enough to warrant three newspaper articles and a statement by the Attorney-General's Chambers that they're "looking into it".

I'm surprised that the Singapore government is so petty. Would they also like to trawl my private Facebook feed for seditious vacation photos?  😉

(By the way - the official media inaccurately reports that the post was "uploaded on Saturday and later taken down". It's never been taken down - if you're among my Facebook friends you can see it just below this one.) Singapore Attorney-Generals Chambers looking into Li Shengwu' s facebook

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Shengwu Li 16 Jul at 21:42 - Comments

Alex Frankel >>In a Facebook post on Monday afternoon responding to AGC's statement, Mr Li said he was "somewhat surprised" that his last post - which was shared on "friends only" privacy settings - was enough to trigger a response.
>>He added: "I'm surprised that the Singapore government is so petty. Would they also like to trawl my private Facebook feed for seditious vacation photos?"
105 · 16 July at 22:35

Madeline Schultz Sheng: "So, this summary's pretty good, though limited by the way Singapore's government tends to police commentary."
Singapore's AG: "Hold my coat, I have a point to prove."...See more
49 · Yesterday at 04:03

Shengwu Li Interestingly, it seems that the news article I linked has altered its content without posting an explicit correction. (It no longer claims that the post was "later taken down".) The usual 'transparency' from government mouthpieces.
65 · Yesterday at 15:21

Scott Berry You realise how much that suggests they are watching all your posts (so saw your comment here pointing out that it was taken down). Have you checked your friends list to see who from the Singapore Government may be following you on Facebook?
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Shengwu Li Scott, of course my uncle's dogs are watching my posts. How else would they know when to bark?
I'm not going to purge my Facebook friends list. Unlike the Singapore government, I'm happy to have friends who disagree with me.

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Lee Wei Ling 5 hrs

I am surprised that AGC takes such negative reaction to a private post. Is there a government servant whose duty is to follow the Facebook activity of all people related to Hsien Yang and I, including our private musings. Also, what Shengwu posted is a common topic amongst Singaporeans who are well informed. Is this not an example of " big Brother government". Perhaps it is a case of "if the hat fits, take it."

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Lee Hsien Yang shared Lee Wei Ling's post 5 hrs
Lee Wei Ling 6 hrs
I am surprised that AGC takes such negative reaction to a private post. Is there a government servant whose duty is to follow the Facebook activity of all people ...

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Mr Lee Kuan Yew never tolerated anyone who ‘even hinted’ of attacking the judiciary, will grandson Li Shengwu be spared?

Setting one’s post to friends only does not absolve one from legal liability/responsibility. According to the Statutes, “publishing” even to one friend is counted.

So back to Li Shengwu’s latest post. He said he has not taken the post down, which means he is a) confident that he hasn’t crossed the line to displaying contempt of court and / or b) he is challenging the Singapore Judiciary to take him on.

The courts have sued others for less

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SDP highlights double standard by AGC in its action with Li Shengwu and Lee Hsien Loong

In response to the recent statement made by the Attorney-General's Chamber on Mr Li Sheng Wu's private Facebook post, Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) calls on the AGC to show even-handedness in the matter by also looking into the allegations made against PM Lee.

SDP noted that AGC has not responded to its letter sent 10 days ago on 7 July 2017, where the party called on it to investigate charges of abuse of powers by PM Lee Hsien Loong.PM Lee had been accused by his two siblings, Dr Lee Weiling and Mr Lee Hsien Yang of abusing his authority as PM for his personal agenda and was compelled to hold a debate at the Parliament on 3 & 4 July to clear his name. But in a disappointing turn of event, PM Lee cleared his name by declaring that there is no basis for the evidence and there is no proof.

The party wrote, "In contrast, the Chambers has reacted with lightning speed to a post made by Mr Li Shengwu, Lee Hsien Yang's son, on his private Facebook page." It highlights that it is crucial that the AGC treats the cases without fear or favour as the manner in which it handles the cases, will determine the level of public confidence in Singapore's law enforcement agency.

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AGC looking into Li Shengwu’s comments on court system

S'pore Management University (SMU) law don Eugene Tan said the post's privacy settings could be an important consideration if the AGC were to further its investigations.

He said: "This post was to all intents & purposes a private communication. It was not meant for public consumption. But it was made public by another person.

"The question is, did a person in Mr Li's position commit contempt of court in such circumstances? The AGC will have to look closely into the facts, including who was the real publisher - the person who made the private post public." Lawyers told TNP the AGC was operating within its powers in looking into Mr Li's post.

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Li Shengwu, Lee Wei Ling surprised that Facebook post on Singapore court system enough to trigger AGC response

Mr Li's aunt, Dr Lee Wei Ling, also commented on the matter in a Facebook post on Monday, saying that she was surprised at the AGC's "negative reaction to a private post".

"Is there a government servant whose duty is to follow the Facebook activity of all people related to Hsien Yang & I, including our private musings. What Shengwu posted is a common topic amongst Singaporeans who are well informed," she wrote.

She asked: "Is this not an example of 'Big Brother' government," using the famous phrase from George Orwell's 1984 novel to refer to an authoritarian government which exercises total control over its citizens. .

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Attorney-General’s Chambers looking into Li Shengwu’s Facebook post on Singapore court system

Senior Minister of State for Health and Communications and Information Chee Hong Tat was quoted by Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao on Monday as saying that he was "disappointed" with Mr Li's actions.

Mr Chee, who was the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew's Principal Private Secretary from 2008 to 2011, added: "Is this respecting Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his values? I don't understand why he continues to launch online attacks, after his father already said he was going to stop doing so."

Mr Lee Hsien Yang and Dr Lee had been embroiled in a public dispute with PM Lee over the fate of their father's Oxley Road home since mid-June.

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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.

Chee Hong Tat was quoted by Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao on Monday as saying that he was “disappointed” with Mr Li’s actions.

Mr Chee, who was the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Principal Private Secretary from 2008 to 2011, added: “Is this respecting Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his values? I don’t understand why he continues to launch online attacks, after his father already said he was going to stop doing so.”

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“Is this respecting Mr Lee Kuan Yew?” – Senior Minister of State Chee Hong Tat slams Li Shengwu

Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information & Ministry of Health, Chee Hong Tat slammed Li Shengwu in an interview to a Chinese daily today, alleging that Shengwu is disrespecting his grandfather and his values by continuing to “launch online attacks.” Asserting that he is “disappointed” with Shengwu’s actions, he said:
“Is this respecting Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his values? I don’t understand why he continues to launch online attacks, after his father already said he was going to stop doing so.”
The Minister’s comments are in response to a post Shengwu shared on his personal Facebook page over the weekend.

In the post shared only to his Facebook friends, Shengwu linked a Wall Street Journal article that offered a thorough analysis of the public Oxley Rd feud and a New York Times article on censorship, and said: “Keep in mind, of course that the Singapore government is very litigious and has a pliant court system. This constrains what the international media can usually report.”

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Questionable leak of Li Sheng Wu’s private Facebook post and AGC’s troubling comments to the media

Media outlets in Singapore have reported that the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) is looking into comments made by Mr Li Shengwu on Singapore’s court system. AGC's statement was made to the media outlets in response to their queries on Mr Li's Facebook post in regards to the court system in Singapore.

Mr Li, who is the eldest son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang and grandson of late Lee Kuan Yew, had made a private Facebook post on 15 July with a link to an article by Wall Street Journal. He wrote:
If you've been watching the latest political crisis in Singapore from a distance, but would like a summary, this is a good one. (Keep in mind, of course, that the Singapore government is very litigious and has a pliant court system. This constrains what the international media can usually report. (New York Times)
Mr Li's post was reported by a local news site, Thoughts of Real Singaporeans on the same day with a news commentary.

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Lee Wei Ling criticises AGC for reacting negatively to Li Shengwu’s ‘private musings’

Aunt Lee Wei Ling has come to the defence of her nephew, Li Shengwu.

This was after the Attorney-General’s Chambers said on Monday, July 17, that it is “looking into” a Facebook post by Li Shengwu, the oldest son of Lee Hsien Yang.

This latest series of posts has somewhat broken the online truce established on July 6, after Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling said they would stop the presentation of evidence on social media with regards to the 38 Oxley Road house. They made this offer in a joint seven-page public statement.

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AG's Chambers looking into Li Shengwu's Facebook post on Singapore court system

The Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) said on Monday (Jul 17) it is looking into a recent Facebook post put up by Mr Li Shengwu, the son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang & nephew of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

In the post, which was uploaded on Saturday and later taken down, Mr Li, 32, shared a Wall Street Journal article on the recent Oxley Road dispute, titled "Singapore, a model of orderly rule, is jolted by a bitter family feud".

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Li Shengwu might get in trouble for his critical comment about Singapore’s court system

After weeks of publicly backing up his dad and aunt in the ongoing family feud with his uncle — none other than Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong himself — Li Shengwu might have taken a step into more dangerous waters by making allegations about Singapore’s “pliant court system”.

The 32-year-old Harvard academic has since made his post only viewable to his friends list (it was initially public), but the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) isn’t letting it go so easily. According to various media reports, the AGC is aware of the post and is looking into the matter.

On Saturday, Li posted a link to a Wall Street Journal piece regarding the blown up family tiff over 38 Oxley Road, the home of the late Lee Kuan Yew. Calling the saga a “political crisis”, he also pointed out that international media is constrained by Singapore’s “very litigious” government and a “pliant” court system.

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AGC looking into Facebook post by Lee Hsien Yang's son Li Shengwu
On Monday (17 July), Li said he was “surprised” at the AGC’s response

The Attorney-General’s Chamber is looking into a Facebook post made by Lee Hsien Yang’s son Li Shengwu which was critical of Singapore’s court system.

Li posted an article by the Wall Street Journal on his Facebook page on Saturday (15 July), which referred to the 38 Oxley Road dispute involving the Lee siblings – his father, Lee Wei Ling and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. He also criticised the Singapore court system.

The AGC said in a media statement on Monday (17 July) that it is aware of the post and is looking into the matter.

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AGC is “looking into” Li Shengwu’s post criticising Singapore Government; Shengwu hits back

Li Shengwu’s last Facebook post has attracted the attention of the Attorney-General’s Chambers after he criticised Singapore’s government and the court system in a Facebook post over the weekend.

Linking a Wall Street Journal article that offered a thorough analysis of the public Oxley Rd feud, Shengwu had said in his own words: “Keep in mind, of course that the Singapore government is very litigious and has a pliant court system. This constrains what the international media can usually report.”

He then linked a New York Times article on censorship and the use of defamation laws by both Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong to censor the foreign press.

related: Lee Wei Ling slams “big Brother government” in defense of nephew

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Li Shengwu, Lee Wei Ling 'surprised' AGC is looking into his FB post criticising Singapore's court system
Li Shengwu, Lee Wei Ling 'surprised' AGC is looking into his FB post criticising Singapore's court system
Mr Li Shengwu (left), the eldest son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang, and his aunt, Dr Lee Wei Ling (right) expressed surprise on Monday (July 17) that the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) is looking into a Facebook post by Mr Li criticising the Republic's court system on July 15. Photo: Facebook/Li Shengwu, TODAY file

Mr Li Shengwu, the eldest son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang, & his aunt, Dr Lee Wei Ling expressed surprise on Monday (Jul 17) that the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) is looking into a FB post by Mr Li criticising the Republic's court system over the weekend.

On Saturday (Jul 15), Mr Li, a Harvard academic, posted a link to a Wall Street Journal article on the 38 Oxley Road dispute involving his father, his aunt Dr Lee Wei Ling and his uncle Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

He described the article as a “good” summary, and likened the public disagreements over his late grandfather’s house as a "political crisis".

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AGC looking into Li Shengwu’s comments on Singapore court system

The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) said on Monday (Jul 17) it is looking into comments made by Mr Li Shengwu – the eldest son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang – on Singapore’s court system.

In a Facebook post last Saturday, Mr Li shared a link to a Wall Street Journal article on the family feud between his father, his aunt Lee Wei Ling & his uncle Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, calling it a good summary.

He also made a comment criticising the court system in Singapore.

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Li Shengwu’s “Friends Only” Post Would Have Gone Unnoticed If The AGC Had Kept Quiet

The so-called ceasefire didn’t last long. On July 6, an apparent ceasefire to the 38 Oxley Road saga was called when Dr Lee Wei Ling (LWL) and Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY) said they would stop presenting further evidence on social media.

Just 11 days later, it appears to have been breached — the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) said in a statement on Monday (July 17) that it would be “looking into” a post on the Facebook profile of Mr Li Shengwu, the son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang, made over the weekend.

This is despite the post being set to “Friends Only” — somehow, it got out to the public. Here’s the post that got the AGC in a tizzy.

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Singapore Matters 7 hrs

The Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) said on Monday (July 17) it is looking into a recent Facebook post put up by Mr Li Shengwu, the son of Mr Lee Hsien Yang.

Separately, SMS Chee Hong Tat was quoted by Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao on Monday as saying that he was "disappointed" with Mr Li's actions.

Mr Chee, who was the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew's Principal Private Secretary from 2008 to 2011, added: "Is this respecting Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his values? I don't understand why he continues to launch online attacks, after his father already said he was going to stop doing so."

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Li Shengwu calls S’pore govt “petty” after AGC said it’s looking into his Facebook post

Just when we thought the Lee saga has ended, one of the Lees (a Li, in fairness), is finding himself entangled in a new one.

The Attorney-General’s Chambers told Mothership on Monday that it is “looking into” a Facebook post by Li Shengwu, the oldest son of Lee Hsien Yang.

(In case you’re wondering, they’re the folks who prosecute criminal cases on behalf of the state.)

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Li Shengwu proposes AGC to look for his ‘seditious vacation photos’ in response to their investigations

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s nephew Li Shengwu may or may not be in trouble for a critical comment about Singapore’s judiciary, but the dude certainly isn’t too troubled by it.

Somewhat surprised and presumably miffed that such a casual Facebook post was enough to get the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) triggered to do something, the 32-year-old Harvard academic called the government “petty”.

In a private Facebook post (that was initially public), the son of Lee Hsien Yang posted a link to a Wall Street Journal piece regarding the blown up family tiff over 38 Oxley Road. He pointed out that international media is constrained by Singapore’s “very litigious” government and a “pliant” court system — comments that the AGC is reportedly looking into.

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Oh no! Now its Li Shengwu?

Senior Minister of State for Health and Communications and Information Chee Hong Tat was quoted by Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao on Monday as saying that he was “disappointed” with Mr Li’s actions. Mr Chee, who was the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Principal Private Secretary from 2008 to 2011, added: “Is this respecting Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his values? I don’t understand why he continues to launch online attacks, after his father already said he was going to stop doing so.””

The Government’s reponse to the issue of the conflict of interest of the Attorney–General (A-G) being the PM’s personal lawyer just before his appointment was that “he was not advising the Government on any issue he had been involved with (relating to the Prime Minister) before he took on his post as A-G”.

So, isn’t there arguably, a conflict of interest to now say it “is looking into the matter” of Mr Li Shengwu for his recent facebook remarks given that he is the PM’s nephew? Is it appropriate for the Government to use the media to say that it is “looking into the matter”?

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Li Shengwu’s latest post shows he isn’t ready for a truce

On 6th July, when Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling posted a note saying that “For now we will cease presenting further evidence on social media, provided that we and our father’s wish are not attacked or misrepresented”, it looked like the #FamiLEE Saga was finally going to slow down and the Lee siblings were finally to stop splashing all the dirty linen in public, which has proven to be very much awkward and embarassing for Singaporeans, many of whom are not used to talking about the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew let alone share gossips about the family.

Then today (15 Jul), Li Shengwu posted this seemingly “just for your information” innocent post, which is not so innocent if you read carefully.

See that portion he wrote in brackets?

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Li Shengwu’s latest post suggests Oxley squabble is far from over

Lee Hsien Yang’s eldest son Li Shengwu’s latest Facebook post on the Oxley Road dispute seems to suggest that the family feud which gripped headlines recently may be far from over.

Shengwu added:
“Keep in mind, of course that the Singapore government is very litigious and has a pliant court system. This constrains what the international media can usually report.”
He then linked a New York Times article on censorship and the use of defamation laws by both Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong to censor the foreign press.

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Singapore, a Model of Orderly Rule, Is Jolted by a Bitter Family Feud

This affluent Asian city-state is known as one of the world’s most orderly places, dominated for decades by a well-educated and accomplished family.

Now the clan that made Singapore into a global model of efficiency and control has itself come undone—largely over a century-old bungalow that was the family home.

The house, near Singapore’s toniest shopping district, was owned for decades by the city-state’s founding premier, Lee Kuan Yew, who died in 2015.

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Censored in Singapore

LAST month, on the same day The New York Times praised Google for standing up to censorship in China, a sister newspaper, The International Herald Tribune, apologized to Singapore’s rulers and agreed to pay damages because it broke a 1994 legal agreement and referred to them in a way they did not like.

The rulers had sued for defamation 16 years ago, saying a Herald Tribune Op-Ed column had implied that they got their jobs through nepotism. The paper wound up paying $678,000 and promising not to do it again. But in February, it named Lee Kuan Yew, the founding prime minister, and his son, Lee Hsien Loong, the prime minister now, in an Op-Ed article about Asian political dynasties.

After the Lees objected, the paper said its language “may have been understood by readers to infer that the younger Mr. Lee did not achieve his position through merit. We wish to state clearly that this inference was not intended.” The Herald Tribune, wholly owned by The New York Times Company, apologized for “any distress or embarrassment” suffered by the Lees. The statement was published in the paper and on the Web site it shares with The Times.

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Family feud sullies Singapore’s clean image
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks at a special sitting of parliament in Singapore July 3, 2017.   Parliament House of Singapore/Handout via Reuters
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks at a special sitting of parliament in Singapore July 3, 2017. Parliament House of Singapore/Handout via Reuters

The two-day debate saw Lee Hsien Loong supported by his long ruling People’s Action Party (PAP), with senior members expressing their confidence in his leadership in no uncertain terms.

Lee also dismissed calls from both opposition MPs and some of his own backbenchers to convene a Parliamentary Select Committee to investigate the close-to-home allegations.

“What is the basis for this? There are no specifics to the headline charge of abuse of power,” Lee Hsien Loong said. “After two days of debate, nobody has stood behind these allegations or offered any evidence, not even opposition MPs.”

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