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According to the latest press release from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Lee Hsien Loong has lied under “statutory oath” and should face charges amounting to jail term.

The last will of Lee Kuan Yew was granted on 6 Oct 2015, and that the court ruled that the last will is final and legally binding, however, Lee Hsien Loong raised no legal challenge. Lee Hsien Loong then also made several public stances supporting the demolition, however his latest statements claimed otherwise.

You may view the Lee Hsien Yang’s post here. Lee Hsien Yang also posted a scanned document of Lee Kuan Yew’s acknowledgement on the last will:

Photo of LKY last will declaration from Lee Hsien Yang Facebook

Lee Wei Ling has also posted on Facebook confirming that Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching are dishonest and revealed that the couple were trying to get rid of her right to live in the house:


Hsien Loong and Ho Ching are being mischievious and dishonest to selectively use quotes from me out of context to suggest that Hsien Yang and his wife were trying to cheat me in our father’s final will. In fact, Lee Kuan Yew’s final will was very important to me as it gave me a clear right to live in the original house at 38 Oxley Road which I very much wanted. I had much earlier and repeatedly made clear to Hsien Loong and Ho Ching the truth that there was no duplicity by Hsien Yang and his wife, Suet Fern. He continues to repeat a position that I have both clarified and discredited as a smokescreen to obscure the key point that Lee Kuan Yew’s his final will of 17 December 2013 is in the same terms as his will of 19 August 2011, including the demolition clause, exactly as our father had intended.

After that will of 19 August 2011, Hsien Loong and Ho Ching were unhappy that I had been given a right to live at the original house at 38 Oxley Road. They pushed and persuaded my father very hard on this issue. This eventually resulted in 2012 in my losing my right to stay in the house and my share of my father’s estate being reduced to only a life interest. I was very upset and quarrelled with my father. It was in fact my sister-in-law, Suet Fern, who interceded with my father (when Ho Ching and Hsien Loong were overseas) on my behalf. She met with Lee Kuan Yew and made a case that since I was his only daughter and was unmarried, it was particularly important that he provide for me rather than reduce my interest in his estate. My father did reinstate me and gave me an extra 1/7 share as a result. Hsien Yang and his wife were never informed of this extra share and continued to worry that I should be fairly treated and have a right to live in the house.
I, too, was concerned about my right to live at 38 Oxley Road. Lee Kuan Yew’s final will of 17 December 2013 gave me that right. It is this that Ho Ching and Hsien Loong are trying to deny me.”

Lee Wei Ling also posted a photo decrying Lee Hsien Loong’s hypocrisy:

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