Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong making a statement at the Istana presidential palace in Singapore. Lee on June 19 apologised to Singaporeans for a bitter family feud over his late father's legacy that has damaged the country’s reputation, and promised to respond to the allegations in full in Parliament on July 3. Photo: AFP / Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore

Singapore’s Lee Hsien Loong is right to choose Parliament to respond to critics – it’s what Lee Kuan Yew would have done

Robert Boxwell says the airing of a family feud over social media does not befit a government and family of Singapore’s and the Lees’ stature, and commends the prime minister for choosing to submit the facts for full public scrutiny

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Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong making a statement at the Istana presidential palace in Singapore. Lee on June 19 apologised to Singaporeans for a bitter family feud over his late father's legacy that has damaged the country’s reputation, and promised to respond to the allegations in full in Parliament on July 3. Photo: AFP / Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore
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