State Reform Party
Founded: 9 October 1996
Officially "State Reform Party Sarawak" founded by former SNAP leader Patau Rubis and now led by Ms Lina Soo, it ventured into Sabah on 6 January 2012, making it uniquely the only party to operate purely within the two states in East Malaysia. This ended on 26 June 2016 when it was relaunched as a local party and part ways with its Sabah counterpart but its application to change its name to "Sarawak Reform Party" was not approved by the BN authorities. Around that time, STAR founded Gabungan Rakyat Saksama (Sabah-Sarawak-Malaya People's Coalition) with Bersama, DAP splinter PAP and three Sabah opposition parties to campaign for an equal partnership of the three states. After the 2018 Malaysia General Election, STAR co-founded another alliance named Sarawak Baru (New Sarawak) along with Teras and PBDS Baru, which was later joined by SWP.
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1996 - 2012 2012 - 2016