Two Singapore MPs resign over ‘personal Conduct’

Two members of Parliament (MP) Tan Chuan-Jin and Cheng Li Hui from the People’s Action Party (PAP), the ruling party in Singapore have resigned.

As the party’s dealings against corruption got tougher, House speaker Jin and Hui, member of the party reigned, South China Morning Post said.

Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong has accepted resignation of both the MPs and mentioned that ‘the resignation was necessary to maintain the high standards of propriety and personal conduct’, SCMP further said.