State Reform Party

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State Reform Party
Parti Reformasi Negeri
Founded Sarawak, 9 October 1996
Sabah, 6 Januari 2012
Headquarters Sarawak :
262 Batu Kawa Road,
93250 Kuching

Sabah :
Lot 23, 3rd Floor, Block D, Damai Commercial Centre, Luyang Phase 3,
88300 Kota Kinabalu.
0 / 222
State seats:
1 / 131
Website and

State Reform Party known by its acronym as STAR is a Borneo-based national party which has initiated the United Borneo Alliance (UBA) to unite all local parties in Sabah and Sarawak to promoting the 7 Agendas Borneo.[1]

The Agendas[edit]

  1. Demand that the Federal Government establish a mechanism to comply with the Malaysia Agreement 1963 constituted by the Ministry or the Corporation to achieve the objectives and main claim as contained in Article VIII of the 1963 Malaysia Agreement; and restore the status of partner states of Sabah and Sarawak on par with the Federation of Malaya, including the rights and privileges and the role of Sabah and Sarawak in the power of citizenship, the registration and immigration;
  2. Demand that the distribution formula for a balanced and fair outcome, including reviewing the percent yield of crude oil and the placement of a more equitable representation in Parliament / Federal Cabinet / Legislative and administrative and diplomatic service;
  3. Demand that to be respected implementation of indigenous rights (Native Rights) and Article 153 of the Constitution;
  4. Demand that the cabotage policy / Transportation / Trade have a negative impact on the Borneo states, repealed;
  5. Demand that to be the focus of economic development are diverted to be more focused on Sabah and Sarawak include the economic and digital gap between Malaya and Borneo states of Sabah and Sarawak;
  6. Overcome the problem of illegal immigrants (PTI) / "Project IC", the problem and undermine the integrity of the boundaries of a state of Sabah and Sarawak including the heaviest weight of the law imposes on them the issue of citizenship to illegal immigrants;
  7. To investigate the presence agencies of the (Central government) in Sabah / Sarawak, which had a specific area of products, and ownership of local people [2]