Singapore’s ruling party dictatorship has put up a few more candidates, all filthy rich old men who are lusting after millionaire ministerial salaries. One of them is a former employee who worked under corrupted former Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak.
55-year-old Tan See Leng, former chief executive of IHH Healthcare, a company owned by Malaysia’s 1MDB-linked Khazanah Nasional, where Najib Razak was Chairman. He will be contesting in West Coast GRC according to Minister Goh Chok Tong.
The remaining PAP candidates are as follow:
Sembawang GRC: 51-year-old Derrick Goh, managing director and head of group audit at government-owned DBS bank. He was featured on state media tailing the behind of Law Minister K Shanmugam.
Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC: Former army general Gan Siow Huang, 45, former Republic of Singapore Air Force brigadier-general.
Marine Parade GRC: Mohd Fahmi Aliman, 47, deputy chief executive of the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore.
Jurong GRC: Shawn Ingkiriwang, 37, director at Temasek Holdings.
Sengkang GRC: Raymond Lye, 54, lawyer.
West Coast GRC: Rachel Ong, 47, chief executive of consultancy firm Rohei.
Sembawang GRC: Poh Li San, 45, Changi Airport Group vice-president
Tanjong Pagar GRC: Alvin Tan, 39, head of public policy and economics (Asia-Pacific) at LinkedIn.
Sengkang GRC: Wan Rizal Wan Zakariah, 41, Republic polytechnic lecturer
Jurong GRC: Xie Yao Quan, 35, head of healthcare redesign at Alexandra Hospital
Chua Chu Kang GRC: Zhulkarnain Abdul Rahim, 39, lawyer
Marine Parade GRC: Kawal Pal Singh, 36, lawyer