Parti Sejahtera Angkatan Perpaduan Sabah
|Leader||Abdul Banning Mohd.|
|Founded||28 August 2013|
|Pertubuhan Perpaduan Rakyat Kebangsaan Sabah (PERPADUAN) Facebook|
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politics and government of
Sabah Wellbeing & Unity Front Party or Malay: Parti Sejahtera Angkatan Perpaduan Sabah (SAPU) is a Sabah-based-opposition party in Malaysia formed and registration approved by the Registrar of Society (RoS) to operate as a political party after the 2013 Malaysian general election. It was also a component of the planned Gabungan Rakyat Saksama (SAKSAMA) coalition.
Logo and flag
The logo of the SAPU is a brain of human being representing the positif thinking of the party. The official flag of the party is symbols of five stars in the middle of two crescent moons on the orange background.
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