Minority Rights Action Party

The Minority Rights Action Party or Malay: Parti Tindakan Hak Minoriti, abbreviated MIRA, is a political party in Malaysia. The party was among the latest new parties registration approved by the Registrar of Society in 2018. MIRA Party was founded by Kannan Ramasamy and Late Francis Rhajahh. The party's aims is to be voice of minority in Malaysia and establish policy for minorities along the UN Declaration on Minorities Right 1992.[1]

Minority Rights Action Party
Malay nameParti Tindakan Hak Minoriti
ڤرتي تيندقن حق مينوريتي
Tamil nameசிறுபான்மை உரிமை செயல் கட்சி
Chinese name少數民族權利行動黨
Shǎoshù mínzú quánlì xíngdòng dǎng
PresidentLate Francis Rhajahh
Secretary-GeneralKannan Ramasamy
Acting PresidentR.Chandrasegaran
FounderKannan Ramasamy
Founded22 November 2018
IdeologyLiberal democracy
Minority rights
Syncretic politics
National affiliationPakatan Harapan
(Strategic partners)
ColoursRed, white
Dewan Negara:
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Dewan Rakyat:
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Dewan Undangan Negeri:
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Official website

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Adopted by General Assembly resolution 47/135 of 18 December 1992]}}</ref> Party being the first Indian Malaysian national bilingual and multi-racial party hope to join Pakatan Harapan to represent Indian community and other minorities in Malaysia.

Minority Rights Action Party was officially accepted as strategic partner of Pakatan Harapan in 2018.[2] Since then, it took a more neutral stance and planned to merge with a BN-friendly party, Parti Kuasa Rakyat, led by Kamaruzaman Yakob, brother of 9th Prime Minister of Malaysia Ismail Sabri Yaakob.[3]

Leadership structure

  • President:
    • K. Palanisamy (acting)[3]
  • Deputy/Acting President:
    • R.Chandrasegaran
  • Secretary General:
    • Kannan Ramasamy
  • Treasurer General:
    • Karthigesu Karuppiah

See also


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