Sabah People's Unity Party

Sabah People's Unity Party (Malay: Parti Perpaduan Rakyat Sabah, abbreviated: PPRS) is a Sabah-based-opposition party founded in 2017 by Mohd Arshad Abdul Mualap,[1] a little known former teacher turn businessman-politician from Sungai Sibuga, the power base of Sabah Chief Minister, Musa Aman then.[2] It is one of parties in the alliance of United Sabah Alliance (USA).[3]

Sabah People's Unity Party
Malay nameParti Perpaduan Rakyat Sabah
PresidentArshad Mualap
FounderArshad Mualap
IdeologySabah regionalism
Social conservatism
National affiliationUnited Sabah Alliance (2017–2018)
Colours  Yellow, red, blue and white
Dewan Negara:
0 / 70
Dewan Rakyat:
0 / 26
(Sabah and Labuan seats)
Sabah State Legislative Assembly:
0 / 79
Party flag


The president of Parti Perpaduan Rakyat Sabah identified as Mohd Arshad Abdul Mualap, 48, has been detained with another man – Mohamad Amkah Ahmad, 46, in Subang Jaya on 22 June 2022 and were charged in court for allegedly being the mastermind of an identification document scam syndicate.

“We believe the syndicate has been operating for at least a few months. They were selling invalid ICs for those without Malaysian citizenship,” Minister of Home Affairs Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin told a press conference in Bukit Aman.[4]

General election results

Election Total seats won Total votes Voting Percentage Outcome of election Election leader
0 / 222
2,016 0.02% 0 seat; No representation in Parliament Arshad Mualap
0 / 222

See also


  1. "Parti Perpaduan Rakyat Sabah (PPRS)". Library of Congress, Washington.
  2. Muguntan Vanar (17 February 2017). "New opposition party PPRS the latest to join Sabah fray". The Star. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  3. Julia Chan (16 February 2017). "Sabah gets another political contender". Malay Mail. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  4. "Sabah party leader nabbed for allegedly masterminding ID scam syndicate » Borneo Bulletin Online". July 2022.

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