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Lee Hsien Yang dismisses remarks about using politics for 'personal problems'

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Lee Hsien Yang, Progress Singapore Party chief Tan Cheng Bock and prospective candidates Abas Kasmani and Michael Chua were present at a walkabout at Tanglin Halt on Sunday.

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Lee Hsien Yang, Progress Singapore Party chief Tan Cheng Bock and prospective candidates Abas Kasmani and Michael Chua were present at a walkabout at Tanglin Halt on Sunday.

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Lee Hsien Yang, Progress Singapore Party chief Tan Cheng Bock and prospective candidates Abas Kasmani and Michael Chua were present at a walkabout at Tanglin Halt on Sunday.

LEE Hsien Yang, the estranged younger brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, maintained on Sunday that his entrance into opposition politics was not driven by “personal problems”.

“You know, I have spoken up about my personal problems without being in politics. The party’s position is...

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