KEY POINTS
  • A series of revelations has rocked Singapore's political scene in the past few weeks.
  • From a government probe into ministers renting government-owned bungalows to the transport minister being involved in an anti-graft investigation, the news has thrown the spotlight into the private lives of a few Singaporean leaders and ministers.
Tan Chuan-Jin was among two elected members of parliament to resign on July 17 for engaging in an "inappropriate relationship" despite being told to stop as early as February.

SINGAPORE — A series of revelations has rocked Singapore's political scene in the past few weeks.

The news has involved the private lives of some of its leaders and highly paid ministers.