Well, DAP & PAP rhymes. Are they the same?
Read it here.
I edited a portion of pisau.net's article here:
1. " Baca dulu penafian Guan Eng...
Guan Eng Denies DAP Has Direct Political Ties with PAP
KUALA LUMPUR, 8 APRIL, 2012: DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng refuted Utusan Malaysia's allegation that the party has direct political ties with Singapore's ruling People's Progressive Party (PAP), reported The Malaysian Insider.
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2. Then read this:
a. The DAP was originally the Malaysian branch of the Singapore People's Action Party (PAP). However, Singapore seceded from the federation in 1965, just two years after the territories merged. Most of the Malaysian PAP members decided to remain with the original party, but those that decided to continue the party, including future President of Singapore Devan Nair, stayed in Malaysia to form the DAP in October 1965.
b. The party formally registered itself as a democratic socialist party on 18 March 1966. In the August of that year, the official party organ, The Rocket, was first published.
c. At the first DAP National Congress held in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur on 29 July 1967, the DAP declared itself to be "irrevocably committed to the ideal of a free, democratic and socialist Malaysia, based on the principles of racial and religious equality, social and economic justice, and founded on the institution of parliamentary democracy".
c. In October that year, the DAP joined 55 other socialist parties belonging to the Socialist International (SI) at the SI International Conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
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