The Malaysian Solidarity Council was a political bloc formed by Lee Kuan Yew and the People's Action Party. It comprised of multi-racial parties such as the PAP, the People's Progressive Party (PPP) and the United Democratic Party (UDP) in 1965. At the MSC's first and only general meeting, several leaders from these parties gave speeches supporting a Malaysian Malaysia. This is a Chinese name; the family name is æ (Li). ... Party logo with a symbol of red lightning that signifies action. ... The sometimes tumultous relationship between the Peoples Action Party and United Malays National Organisation, which were, and still are, the ruling parties respectively of Singapore and Malaysia, has impacted the recent history of both States. ...
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