Wang Ruijie

Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced that he would announce a week off on June 9. During this period, Vice Premier Wang Ruijie will act as his agent. The man who came from a flat (ie “public house”), gave a sense of stability and peace of mind when giving a speech, and his eyes were round and big, his hair was neat and he turned to the right, and he seemed to be a gentleman. He will go for the first time. Enter the vision of the international community.

Lee Hsien Loong and the People’s Action Party (PAP), which have been close to half a year, have prepared for the acting prime minister of Heng Swee Keat.

The Singapore Prime Minister’s Office announced on April 23 that he would reshuffle the cabinet. Wang Ruijie was promoted to the post of Deputy Prime Minister and concurrently as Treasurer. He will not be in the position of Lee Hsien Loong.

The People’s Action Party convened a party meeting on November 23, 2018, and Wang Ruijie was elected the first secretary general of the party. According to the previous example, before Lee Seon-lung and former Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong took over as Prime Minister, he was also the first Assistant Secretary-General.

Wang Ruijie, 57, will assist Li Xianlong to lead the ruling party to the next general election. As the Secretary-General of the People’s Action Party, Lee Hsien Loong suggested in 2018 that he would hold an election in 2019 at the party conference on November 11 and hand in the bar at the latest in 2022. If something goes wrong, Wang Ruijie will be the person who will be promoted to the Prime Minister as soon as possible in Singapore’s political arena.

Wang Ruijie, a native of Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, is 57 years old and married. His wife is Zhang Huini, chief executive officer of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage. The two met when they were studying at the University of Cambridge, England. She is his “sister.” The two have a son and a daughter after marriage.

Lee Kuan Yew admires the best chief private secretary

Wang Rui is distinguished from the Singapore Police Force. He was elected to the House of Representatives in 2011. After the 2015 general election, he was promoted to the Minister of Education and then as the Minister of Finance.

Before he was promoted to finance minister, he worked in more than one department of the government, and his political qualifications were the deepest among the fourth generation of Singaporean government leaders. During his tenure as Minister of Education, he promoted educational reforms and was well received. He was the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore. From 2005 to 2011 he served as the Director of the Singapore Monetary Authority and went out of the 2008 financial crisis with the country.

Although Wang Ruijie is highly experienced, his health has caused concern. He suddenly fell to the ground when he attended the cabinet meeting in May 2016. After returning to work for 3 months, he resumed work and continued to work in the Ministry of Finance.

There is another interesting thing about Wang Ruijie. He played for the late founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew from 1997 to 2000. The latter had praised him as the best chief private secretary. However, Lee Kuan Yew once said in his book that the “first-class secretary” was the only one that made him regret. He is not high enough.

Lee Kuan Yew praised Wang Ruijie’s performance in his book “One Man’s View of the World” and pointed out that “the only regret is that he is not a big man. (Height) can make people meet with large gatherings. Different.”

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