Workers Party says has made its position known on the issue relating to the cleaning of hawker centres in Bedok
The Workers' Party Secretary General, Low Thia Khiang, says his party has made its position known on the issue relating to the cleaning of hawker centres in Bedok - both inside and outside of Parliament.
In his latest statement to the media, Mr Low said the relevant documents are already in the public domain.
And that the public can make its own judgment on the matter.
Mr Low's response came as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in a statement on Friday, said that Mr Low cannot leave grave doubts about the integrity of his fellow MPs unresolved.
On the cleaning of the hawker centres, Mr Low said the party has put forth the facts, based on its own earlier investigations.
It has also defended its position in Parliament earlier this month with a clear conscience.
He added his party does not find it productive to continue debating and arguing with the ruling party over the issue.
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