Former Malaysian Menpora Syed Saddiq Registers the Youth Party He Founded

KUALA LUMPUR, – Former Minister of Youth and Sports (Menpora) Malaysia Syed Saddiq register his party, Party Young, or the Malaysian United Democratic Alliance.

The member of parliament from the Muar constituency came to the Community Registration (ROS) headquarters on Thursday (17/9/2020).

Also read: Accused by Mahathir of Splitting Malay Support, This Is Syed Saddiq’s Answer

To the media, Syed Saddiq explained that although his name is Partai Muda, party it does not focus on specific age groups.

“This party will represent all levels of society. It doesn’t matter what religion, race or age people are,” he said.

Former Menpora in the government era Mahathir Mohamad explained that his party welcomes candidates who have the same ideology, vision and struggle.

“Youth will become a party for all races and religions, where most of the leaders come from the millennial group,” he said.

Reported The Star, he stated that he would only announce his management structure later, when responding to a question whether he would become chairman.

The 27-year-old politician claims that many are interested in joining him to bring winds of change to Malaysia.

Before founding the party, he was chairman of the wing young The Indigenous Party led by Mahathir before it lost its place in the Muhyidiin era.

Mahathir, who was the political mentor had joked that the party Syed Saddiq will only bring disunity among the Malays.

In addition, the aging politician with the nickname Dr M accused Syed of not giving a place to older generation politicians.

Also read: Mahathir Not Confident Syed Saddiq Millennium Party Will Win Elections


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