LKY was a lawyer himself and he was not of unsound mind months before his death. It is laughable that PM Lee is now implying that LKY had little understanding of how his will was drafted.
If PM Lee had grave concerns, this was never highlighted before, even 2 years after LKY had passed on. PM Lee should have settled his familee issue with his siblings – at his own expense – leegally.
The issue has now been complicated with the involvement of a ministerial committee and other civil servants funded by taxpayers.
Citing all these government committees may lend some critical support to PM Lee but they are essentially PAP-formed committees. Own self cannot check own self.
Are Singaporeans expected to believe that there will be an outcome different from PM Lee’s desired outcome?
The original joint statement by PM Lee’s siblings contains allegations of power abuse. These are the mother of all allegations of power abuse which PM Lee has refused to address.
Coming from the two siblings of a prime minister, the allegations will tarnish his reputation internationally as the news has gone global.
The Star (and other Malaysian media)
In the past, PM Lee did not hesitate to bankrupt political opponents and had even taken legal action on trivial issues such as a blog post by Roy Ngerng. Why the double standard?
Why raise the issue of “grave concern” only now? Something is not right. 😦