Parti Demokratik Progresif
|President||Tiong King Sing|
|Deputy President||Nelson Balang Rining|
|Youth Leader||Robert Ayu|
|Women Leader||Chiew Yen Chew|
|Founder||Peter Nyarok Entrie|
|Headquarters||Lot 158, 159 & 160, Seksyen 20, KTLD 9F/9G/9H, Jalan Badruddin, 93400 Kuching, Sarawak|
|National affiliation||Barisan Nasional (2002–present)|
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The Progressive Democratic Party, or PDP (Malay: Parti Demokratik Progresif, formerly known as Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party) is a Sarawak based political party in Malaysia founded in 2002. The party is one of the component party of the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition.
The party was founded in the wake of the de-registration of the Sarawak National Party in November 2002 by a faction aligned to the Chief Minister of Sarawak, Abdul Taib Mahmud, led by William Mawan Ikom.
The party has rebrand that using a new name - Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) and a new logo, planned to expand to West Malaysia states e.g. Selangor, Negri Sembilan and the Klang Valley and now already established 6 divisions in Johor.
- 1 Electoral history
- 2 Elected representatives
- 3 Further reading
- 4 References
- 5 External links
In the 2013 General Election, all 4 of their candidates won their respective seats, including William Mawan himself, where he won in P205 Saratok, against Ali Biju of PKR.
Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives)
Members of Parliament of the 13th Malaysian Parliament
Dewan Undangan Negeri (State Legislative Assembly)
Malaysian State Assembly Representatives
As of 10 May 2016, SPDP currently have 3 state legislative assembly representatives.
- Khoo, Phillip (June 2004) The Taming of the Dayak. Aliran Monthly
- Chin, James. 2004. 'Sabah and Sarawak: The more things change, the more they remain the same', in Chin Kin Wah (ed) Southeast Asian Affairs 2004 (Singapore: Institute of South East Asian Studies, 2004) (ISBN 981-230-238-7)
- James Chin. 2011. Forced to the Periphery: Recent Chinese Politics in East Malaysia. Singapore: ISEAS
- "Parti Demokratik Progresif - Barisan Nasional". www.barisannasional.org.my.
- "PDP plans to expand to Selangor, Negri Sembilan, Klang Valley". The Borneo Post. 13 November 2017.
- "Exceptionally Tough Fight For SPDP, Says Mawan". bernama. Retrieved 21 April 2011.
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