The Sabah Progressive Party (Parti Maju Sabah) is a multiracial political party based in Sabah, East Malaysia. It was registered on 21 January 1994 by dissidents led by former Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee from Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS). Formerly a component party in the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition, SAPP officially withdrew from BN in September 2008 to become independent. As of 2010, SAPP has two representatives in the national legislature and two in the Sabah State Assembly.
SAPP Manifesto Launching at Convention 2012 are realising borneonisation, review State-Federal Relationship and Laws as well as elevate Sabah Native Affairs also needs a Sabah State Government with autonomy as the implementation of the One Country Two Systems.
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