PETALING JAYA: The Registrar of Societies (ROS) rejects the application of youth movement Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) to be registered as a political party.
In addition, Luqman Long, one of Muda’s co-founders, stated that on Wednesday (January 6) the ROS had sent them an email about the rejection of its submission.
“They have not given any grounds for refusal,” he said.
Moreover, in a statement released not long after, Muda claimed that they are not dissatisfaction with the ROS decision. And they had completely cooperated with them in order to comply with all the registration requirements.
Furthermore, there is no solid justification for the ROS to deny our application”. Said the group led by Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, former Youth and Sports Minister.”
“For every Malaysian, the freedom to establish a society and to take part in the democratic process is a fundamental right, as stated in the Constitution,” they added.
Muda also said that they would be considering going forward with legal action.
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