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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Setting up a will is useless in Singapore.

Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling are the executors of Lee Kuan Yew's will.  The will didn't put the government as the executor.  What's the point of setting up a will when nobody can execute the will?

This is the danger of a one-party system in Singapore and we've been warning against such a system.

1 comment:

Eric Ho said...

Our one-party system recent misdemeanours:

It removed Ong Teng Cheong as Singapore's first elected president and proclaimed Wee Kim Wee as the first elected president.

It stopped the executors from executing Lee Kuan Yew's will.