Singapore: PM Lee involved in public family dispute over late fathers estate

A public family dispute has erupted in Singapore as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong struggles with his sister regarding the possession of a bungalow formally owned by their late father Lee Kuan Yew, the city-states' first Prime Minister and founder of the strong economy. Yew's will stated that the bungalow be demolished after his daughter moves out, however PM Lee questions the will's validity and claims he is the rightful beneficiary of the property. An official committee of inquiry in Singapore has been convened about the ownership rights.


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