Singapore recently saw a major Cabinet reshuffle, during which fourth-generation ministers stepped up to key positions. These younger leaders will also feature prominently in the new Parliament session. In the second of a series of interviews, The Straits Times speaks to Education Minister Ong Ye Kung, who says a prime minister without a degree can happen not too far off in the future as there's nothing inherent in a minister's job that requires a degree.
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