LHY’s presence is very worrying for the government
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“Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is very worrying for the government”—international relations expert
Anna Maria
20 hrs ago


Singapore—A professor of international relations said that Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is a reminder of the divide within the Lee family, which could affect Singapore’s next General Election (GE).

Lee Hsien Yang is the son of Singapore’s founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and younger brother of current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long.

According to Michael Barr, an associate professor of international relations at Flinders University in Australia,
“Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is very worrying for the government. His face and name is a constant, silent reminder that the Lee family is divided.”

Mr Barr is quoted in an article in Asia Times entitled Singapore’s Lee family feud gets political.

He was commenting on the recent launch of Progress Singapore Party (PSO), headed by Dr Tan Cheng Bock, as well as the younger Mr Lee’s support for PSP and his statement that the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) “is no longer the PAP of my father” and “has lost its way.”
Mr Barr added, “The message of the PAP having lost its way is likely to be powerful. It is simple and it will resonate across the age spectrum.
Tan is superbly placed to deliver this message. He is perhaps looking back with rose-colored glasses, but I think there is a general disappointment with the Lee government.”
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14-8-2019 3:29 PM
stoki said:
“Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is very worrying for the government”—international relations expert
Anna Maria
20 hrs ago


Singapore—A professor of international relations said that Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is a reminder of the divide within the Lee family, which could affect Singapore’s next General Election (GE).

Lee Hsien Yang is the son of Singapore’s founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and younger brother of current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long.

According to Michael Barr, an associate professor of international relations at Flinders University in Australia,
“Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is very worrying for the government. His face and name is a constant, silent reminder that the Lee family is divided.”

Mr Barr is quoted in an article in Asia Times entitled Singapore’s Lee family feud gets political.

He was commenting on the recent launch of Progress Singapore Party (PSO), headed by Dr Tan Cheng Bock, as well as the younger Mr Lee’s support for PSP and his statement that the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) “is no longer the PAP of my father” and “has lost its way.”
Mr Barr added, “The message of the PAP having lost its way is likely to be powerful. It is simple and it will resonate across the age spectrum.
Tan is superbly placed to deliver this message. He is perhaps looking back with rose-colored glasses, but I think there is a general disappointment with the Lee government.”

Nothing to worry, just be HAPPY Laughing
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wat's there to worry when its 70/30?
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14-8-2019 3:50 PM
OLT said:
wat's there to worry when its 70/30?

The next general election it will still be 70/30 or there abouts. There are just too many PaP supporters in this republic
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Pinky will wet his pants more often whenever he hears LHY's name
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He trying hard to please tcb to argue Oxley for him
Tcb on one hand said he mad it clear to lhy this cannot be part of the condition for him to join the party
...then on another occasion, he started to comment on Oxley this and that ....
He old already, forgotten what he said minutes ago, and none of his team remind him, because they are just calefare...to meet the party headcount, barely
Tcb is one man show party
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Support for pink dot???
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14-8-2019 3:59 PM
debono said:
The next general election it will still be 70/30 or there abouts. There are just too many PaP supporters in this republic

Most Singaporeans are smart , we don't want government like Taiwan every 4 years change 1 time , we don't want like Hong Kong everyday protest , we don't want like Malaysia give empty promise during election ……………..

We just want peaceful & harmony Big hug
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14-8-2019 3:29 PM
stoki said:
“Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is very worrying for the government”—international relations expert
Anna Maria
20 hrs ago


Singapore—A professor of international relations said that Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is a reminder of the divide within the Lee family, which could affect Singapore’s next General Election (GE).

Lee Hsien Yang is the son of Singapore’s founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and younger brother of current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long.

According to Michael Barr, an associate professor of international relations at Flinders University in Australia,
“Lee Hsien Yang’s presence is very worrying for the government. His face and name is a constant, silent reminder that the Lee family is divided.”

Mr Barr is quoted in an article in Asia Times entitled Singapore’s Lee family feud gets political.

He was commenting on the recent launch of Progress Singapore Party (PSO), headed by Dr Tan Cheng Bock, as well as the younger Mr Lee’s support for PSP and his statement that the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) “is no longer the PAP of my father” and “has lost its way.”
Mr Barr added, “The message of the PAP having lost its way is likely to be powerful. It is simple and it will resonate across the age spectrum.
Tan is superbly placed to deliver this message. He is perhaps looking back with rose-colored glasses, but I think there is a general disappointment with the Lee government.”

If the old man's son LHY becomes our national terrorist then I worry.........
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