Family feud or political game? Lee Hsien Yang, the youngest son of the late Mr. Lee Kuan Yew and the youngest brother of PM Lee, has joined the Progress Singapore Party (PSP).
Clad in a PSP shirt, Mr. Lee Hsien Yang was seen having a breakfast meeting with Dr. Tan Cheng Bock—leader of PSP—at Tiong Bahru Market this morning, 24 June 2020.
Based on other media sources, Dr. Tan shared that:
“Hsien Yang joined the party some time ago, but things delayed due to COVID-19. You’ll find out when he is ready”
However, it is uncertain if he is contesting in the upcoming General Election 2020.
As things seem rather ambiguous at this point in time, only time will tell Lee’s role in the upcoming election. Based on the GE2020 timeline, curious Singaporeans can keep their eyes peeled for the latest update on the public decision of Lee Hsien Yang by 30 June.
2017 – The dispute amongst the Lee siblings took the public sphere with the central of the issue being the manner to deal with their late father’s house at 38 Oxley Road.
July 2019 – Lee Hsien Yang showed his support for PSP in a Facebook post.
2020 – Lee Hsien Yang joined PSP
It is known that Lee Hsien Yang had already joined the PSP a while back. Will the youngest Lee run for GE2020? We will find out in time to come.
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