In a state media interview with Straits Times, PAP MP Lee Bee Wah announced that she would be standing for the next General Election despite her unpopularity with residents:
“99.9 per cent I am standing for the next GE.”
Probably attracted by the lucrative S$192,000/yr MP salary, Lee Bee Wah would be 60 years old when she contest in 2020, or 65 years old by the time she retires.
The ex-Malaysian PAP MP who is unable to speak in English, also revealed that she is a fan of Lee Kuan Yew and that her Malaysian village loved the former dictator of Singapore:
“My father urged me to go to Singapore. It was because of Mr Lee Kuan Yew. My whole family – in fact many in our village – really admired, adored, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. That’s why in my village, there are children named after Kuan Yew – Huang Kuan Yew, Lim Kuan Yew.”
PAP MP Lee Bee Wah claimed that she spend “50 hours a week” in her constituency. The corrupted PAP MP also admitted that she is still employed by Meinhardt, an engineering company that contracts HDB construction work in her constituency Nee Soon. Lee Bee Wah said that the agreement she have with Meinhardt is that she can do her MP work without applying for any leave:
“The agreement included allowing her to do her MP work without having to apply for leave. That means having lunch here (Straits Times interview) is MP work.”
The corrupted PAP MP had previously slammed States Times Review for publishing fake news, but stopped responding when STR presented screenshots of the PAP MP listed as a “director” on Meinhardt website.