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Ahad, 7 April 2013
Skandal Seks Singapura
Singapore Parliament Speaker resigns over extramarital
Singapore: The Speaker of Singapore's
Parliament resigned on Wednesday after admitting to an extramarital affair, the
latest high-profile sex scandal to surface in the city-state. Michael Palmer,
44, a married father of one who was sworn in as Speaker in October 2011, also
quit his seat in parliament and membership of the ruling People's Action Party.
Media reports said Palmer had an affair with a
staff member working in the constituency office. The staff member also
resigned. Addressing a press conference after his resignation, Palmer said:
"I have resigned to avoid further embarrassment. I have to take full
responsibility for the grave mistake." "My conduct was improper and
it was a serious error of judgement. I have resigned in order to avoid further
embarrassment to the PAP (People's Action Party) and to Parliament,"
The resignation is the latest high-profile case
involving an affair in the city following the prosecution of former heads of
the anti-drug agency and Civil Defence Force, for allegedly accepting sexual
favours from female executives seeking contracts. More than 40 people,
including a former bank executive and a school principal were charged in a
scandal earlier this year involving a minor selling sex to men.
is the first high ranking parliamentarian from Singapore's ruling People's
Action Party to have resigned in recent years for being involved in
extramarital affair. Deputy Speaker of Parliament Charles Chong would serve as
Acting Speaker. Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said Prime Minister Lee
Hsien Loong would decide on the by-election of the parliamentary seat for the
Punggol East constituency, which felt vacant after Palmer's resignation.