Singapore’s corrupted Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong passed his own proposals to fix the Presidential election by officially announcing them on a White Paper in Parliament today (Sep 15). The new law will effectively disqualify Dr Tan Cheng Bock, a popular non-PAP-endorsed Presidential candidate from contesting in the upcoming Presidential election. Using racism as an excuse, Prime Minister Lee-controlled Parliament deny the 6th term of Presidential contest by reserving the seat for “the race that is not represented for 5 terms” – Malays.
Earlier in Feb 2016, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong appointed every member of a 9-member committee who called themselves the “Constitution Commission”. The committee then published a list of “recommendations”, which unofficially represents the wishes of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. The Prime Minister will then use his single party power that controls the Parliament to “approve” the “recommendations”. The Constitution will then be re-written to include the racist clause that denies equal rights to contest for an election regardless of race.
In an event of a freak election that sees a non-PAP-endorsed President being elected, the latter will also have his powers diminished in this proposal. The White Paper includes that the President cannot act or veto without the approval of the Council of Presidential Advisers, where 5 of the 8 members are indirectly appointed by the Prime Minister.
Despite having a first world economy, the Singapore government is a third world dictatorship that jail and fine critics for defamation and sedition. Legalised corruptions plague the small island state with the powerful Lee family at the centre of the rot. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is currently the most well-paid politician in the world, and he also holds the position of Chairman of GIC, the country’s one of two sovereign state wealth fund (SWF) companies. His wife, Ho Ching, is the CEO of Temasek Holdings, the other SWF.
CPF interest rates, withdrawal age, withdrawal limit are controlled directly by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, as he controls the Parliament, the SWFs and the President.