Parti Sejahtera Angkatan Perpaduan Sabah

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Sabah Wellbeing & Unity Front Party

Parti Sejahtera Angkatan Perpaduan Sabah
SAPU
AbbreviationSAPU
LeaderAbdul Banning Mohd.
Founded28 August 2013
IdeologyNationalism
Regionalism
Colours     Orange
Party flag
Parti Sejahtera Angkatan Perpaduan Sabah (Flag-Logo).jpg
Website
Pertubuhan Perpaduan Rakyat Kebangsaan Sabah (PERPADUAN) Facebook
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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.[1] It was also a component of the planned Gabungan Rakyat Saksama (SAKSAMA) coalition.[2]

Logo and flag[edit]

The logo of the SAPU is a brain of human being representing the positif thinking of the party.[3] The official flag of the party is symbols of five stars in the middle of two crescent moons on the orange background.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "ROS names 20 new political parties". The Star. 2 September 2013. Retrieved 8 May 2018.
  2. ^ Chok Sim Yee (31 May 2016). "New political coalition to be launched in two months". The Borneo Post. Retrieved 8 May 2018.
  3. ^ Saheed Abdullah Banning (10 February 2017). "Lambang Otak Manusia PARTI SEJAHTERA ANGKATAN PERPADUAN SABAH (SAPU)" (in Malay). Facebook. Retrieved 8 May 2018.
  4. ^ Saheed Abdullah Banning. "SAKSAMA: BERJAYA DITUBUHKAN ATAU TIDAK?" (in Malay). WARTAKOPI. Retrieved 8 May 2018.