Singapore Chinese Party
新加坡华人党 
Parti Cina Singapura
Malayan Chinese Association
马来亚华人工会 
Persatuan Cina Malaya
Registered: 26 September 1950
Symbol: Four-point star ● 11-point star
The earliest registered political party in the official records, it began as the Singapore branch of MCA, which was founded by Malayan members of the Taiwan-based Kuomintang. On 2 October 1967, it was renamed SCP after a new law came into effect in December 1966 to forbid local parties from being affiliated to their foreign counterparts. However, it did not cite this as a reason for its name change. It then took MCA Malaysia's old youth wing symbol as its new symbol. Thereafter, its members contested elections only under UNF and UPF. Today, its hinderland party in the Peninsular is known as Malaysian Chinese Association, which upgraded its symbol to a 14-point star in accordance with the Malaysia flag.
Other symbols
Alliance
1955 - 1963
General Elections record
Year Seats Cand Won % Year Seats Cand Won %
1955 (UMNO-MCA-MU) 25 3 1 33.6 1963 51 – 6 under SA
1959 (UMNO-MCA) 51 5 0 9.9