NSW Libs received donations of $44,275 from TOP Education Grosup
Singapore's Straits Times reported in July 2018:
Lim's Kestrel Group of companies brought together Sitorus, Kuok , Tan and other well known Malaysian and Singapore businessmen in a series of high profile Malaysian stock exchange deals. This writer's investigation of Lim's Kestrel Group of companies and a story he wrote that was published (in part) in Malaysia's The Sun, which is owned by Tan, led to his sacking and provided the background for the Carlovers decision.
The Panama Papers revelations about Sitorus follow, therefore, a pattern that goes back to at least the mid 90s.
Every attempt was made to alert the AG Mark Speakman to the facts above but he has chosen instead to persist with his attempt at discrediting this writer, and to notexplain his defence of Sitorus and his partners.
Speakman, who is considered a potential premier of NSW , has chosen to link himself to South East Asia's business and political swamp. He has much explaining to do.