Using the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC), dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is now fighting with his younger brother Lee Hsien Yang and sister Lee Wei Ling over the publication of Lee Kuan Yew’s oral transcripts. 3 Court of Appeal judges at the Apex Court today (Apr 10) are at a loss of who to side and decided to reserve judgement without giving a deferred date.
In the argument is a pile of oral transcripts made by Lee Kuan Yew in the 1980s, which highly likely contain damning information about current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling wanted full rights to the transcripts including making copies and publishing them for public viewing, however the AGC representing Lee Hsien Loong opposed it claiming that they only have “limited rights”. The AGC also wanted parts of the transcript to be censored under the Official Secrets Act.
Former dictator Mentor Minister Lee Kuan Yew died in March 2015 and his two young children started rebelling against his eldest son, the current dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. The Lee quarrel hit a drama height last year with Lee Hsien Loong’s wife Ho Ching posting a photo of a monkey pointing middle finger, directing at Lee Wei Ling’s earlier Facebook post calling her brother a “dishonourable son”.