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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that Singaporeans can see that there has been no abuse of power by either him or the government.

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PM Lee: Oxley Road debate shows there has been no abuse of power by him or the government

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that Singaporeans can see that there has been no abuse of power by either him or the government. He also questioned the need for a Select Committee or Commission of Inquiry (COI) to be set up, given that the debate in Parliament over the past two days has produced no evidence of abuse of power.


 

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