This is an interview titled "Hot-button Topics" found on the DVD on the back cover of the new book "Lee Kuan Yew Hard Truths To Keep Singapore Going".
I personally recommend this great read and I hope that every Singaporean will be able to read this book. My favourite parts of the book are the great insights and personal opinions of the opposition political parties put forth by Lee Kuan Yew. He mentions that they are not offering a viable solution to the many critiques they have made on some of Singapore's more controversial policies.
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