Kuala Lumpur: Former Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman’s youth-centric party the Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) demands the Registrar of Societies (RoS) to speed up the party’s registration process.
The party has appointed several lawyers to ensure that the party gets registered soon, as of now it has not received any update after the legal process began on 17 September.
Members of the party and its supporters handed over a legal letter to parliament today demanding their Federal rights, as forming an association is the right of every citizen and delay in the process by ROS is a denial of that right.
Quoting Perikatan Nasional, Muda stated that it took only three days to get registered, whereas no specific reason was given for not registering the party in any of the communication between both sides.
Tommy’s firm Tommy Thomas’ Advocates and Solicitors called the delay irrational and a breach of Muda’s equal rights. It threatened to take all necessary legal action if ROS fails to register the party in the next seven days.