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New Prime Minister of Singapore

17 May 2024

19 May 2024, Sunday after tomorrow There will be a Pha Pa Samakkhi ceremony at the Ban Dan-Tathai Cemetery Monastery, Krasang District, Buriram Province + a merit-making event celebrating the Sala Phromkun (Luang Pu Hong Phrom Panyo), with the host being Mr. Chaiphon Sakulmasawong and Lt. Prof. Dr. Nitipoomthanat Mingrujiralai Those who would like to join in making merit, please contact Krung Thai Bank, account of the merit-buying fund for the monks at Ban Dan Ta Thai Temple, Song Song Subdistrict, number 308-3-03672-815, May 2024, Mr. Lawrence Wong, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance. He was sworn in as the 4th Prime Minister of Singapore. Mr. Wong was born in 1972 to a family of housing flats, merchants, and his mother was a primary school teacher for the three previous Prime Ministers of Singapore. Graduated from top schools and world-class universities such as Oxford and Cambridge. Wong was the first leader to study in local schools and earned a bachelor’s degree in economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Master’s Degree in Applied Economics from the University of Michigan Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School, 1997. Mr. Wong is an Economist with the Singapore Ministry of Commerce. After that, he changed his job status. Until becoming the Chief Executive Officer of the Singapore Energy Market Authority and is the personal secretary to the former prime minister. Mr. Wong’s Lee Hsien Loong began to shine 13 years ago, in 2011. That year, Mr. Wong was appointed as the Managing Director of the Bank of Singapore. Work smoothly Until becoming the Executive Chairman of the Monetary Authority of Singapore when there was a COVID-19 crisis. Mr Wong is co-chair of the government’s working group to combat the pandemic. Mr. Wong’s work has been very successful. This has enabled Singapore to control the spread of COVID-19. Various policies have been explained and explained so that Singaporeans can understand how to effectively prevent the spread of the disease. Until making Singapore one of the countries with the highest death toll from the COVID-19 crisis. Very low 2021 Mr. Wong will be Minister of Finance in 2022 and Deputy Prime Minister. And through his work in the past, Mr. Wong has received support from his colleagues to be First among Equals, which means being one of those who are equal. This is a term that Singaporeans use to refer to people who have the political potential to become leaders of the country. Singaporeans like leaders who have a kind heart + have music in their hearts. Mr. Wong is a guitar player. People who look at Mr. Wong on social media will find that there is a video clip of Mr. Wong playing the guitar, which has impressed Singaporeans greatly. animal kindness Every time Singaporeans talk about Mr. Wong, they talk about how much he loves dogs. Mr. Wong is a Singaporean of Chinese descent. A Methodist Christian, when he was 20 years old, Mr. Wong married for the first time. After that they divorced. Mr. Wong later married Ms. Lu Ze Lui, a successful businesswoman. Even though they’ve been married for ten years But Mr. Wong and his wife have no children. Singaporeans do not allow politicians or foreign leaders to emerge in such random fashion. There is no place to go. or have a history of blemishes in work or personal life Politicians must be seen for long periods of time. before being accepted into an important position during 1959-1965 When it was not yet a republic Singapore has had only one leader, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, when it gained republican status in 1965. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew was Prime Minister for 25 years and 111 days, followed by Mr. Goh Chok Tong, who began as Prime Minister from .1990 lived for 13 years 258 days and Mr. Lee Hsien Loong For 19 years and 277 days, every Prime Minister of Singapore came from a single political party: The People’s Action Party, Open the Sky to the World, would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Mr. Lawrence Wong, the new Prime Minister of Singapore. Nitikarun Click to read column. “Open the sky to see the world” more