After being exposed by his siblings for nepotism and corruptions, dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told his government-controlled state media CNA that he will deal with the siblings when he returns to Singapore this weekend.
“As my siblings know, I am presently overseas on leave with my family. I will consider this matter further after I return this weekend.”
In an exclusive interview with his reporters, PM Lee Hsien Loong refused to admit any wrongdoing claiming that he is “only doing right”, and even claimed that his wife’s Temasek Holdings CEO position and himself being the chairman of GIC is “meritocracy”:
“I will do my utmost to continue to do right by my parents. At the same time, I will continue serving Singaporeans honestly and to the best of my ability. In particular that means upholding meritocracy, which is a fundamental value of our society.”
Lee Hsien Loong also plead innocence claiming he has no “political ambitions” and denied that he intend to make his son Li Hong Yi the next Prime Minister through legalised corruption:
“I am deeply saddened by the unfortunate allegations that they have made. Ho Ching and I deny these allegations, especially the absurd claim that I have political ambitions for my son… We are private citizens with no political ambitions. We have nothing to gain from the demolition of 38 Oxley Road, other than the knowledge that we have honoured our father’s last wish.”
The corrupted Prime Minister puts himself in-charge of independent government organs like Electoral Department, Corruption Practices Investigation Bureau and Monetary Authority of Singapore, rendering himself unprecedented powers above corruption investigations. Lee Hsien Loong also have free access to CPF monies through the control of his single ruling party government, puppet President and the judiciary.