Corrupted Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his cronies Ministers are now repeating a lie insinuating that Lee Kuan Yew did not understand what he signed on his last will.
Lee Hsien Loong first started planting the lie in his declared statutory statements which he made public, saying that the will was not prepared by the usual lawyer and that he find the “circumstances” of the last will “deeply troubling”. The Ministerial Committee set up by Lee Hsien Loong joined in the lie demanding the siblings to “furnish more details” regarding the signing of the last will.
Senior Minister of State Indranee Rajah on Saturday (June 24) contributed to the lie saying that the lawyer drafting the last will should be identified and that the lawyer “should be independent”:
“Under our law, the lawyer drafting a will is required to be independent. If the lawyer has an interest in the will, the lawyer must make sure the person making the will gets independent advice.”
Minister Indranee Rajah also suggested that Lee Kuan Yew, a seasoned lawyer and former Prime Minister, did not know what he signed on the last will.
The Minister is however slammed by Singaporeans for being ludicrous because Lee Kuan Yew was still having a sharp mind capable of giving live interviews at the time.
The last will came into effect a month after Lee Kuan Yew’s death, and the court ruled final and legally binding on October 2015. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong did not raise his objections then as he did today. The corrupted PM is now abusing his powers in Parliament to invalidate his father’s will through government powers.