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Li Shengwu feared he would be detained by S'pore authorities

PM Lee's nephew explains why he left for the US more than a week sooner than planned; government responds to his claims

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"I worry that Singapore's ruling party tries too hard to maintain a monopoly on credibility," said Mr Li.

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LI SHENGWU, the nephew of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, has said in an interview published on Friday that he left Singapore because of concerns that he might be detained by the authorities in a contempt of court case.

In the interview with Reuters, Mr Li, who is the son

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