Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia

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Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia

Party-Pakatan Rakyat.gif
General Information
Country Flag-Malaysia.jpg Malaysia
Abbreviation PRM
Newspaper Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia News
IRC channel [#new-PRM]
Colors Orange, White
Founded June 2012
President Alika.Quinsha
Members 0
Congress Occupancy N/A
Succeeds Party Hard Party
Succeeded By Parti Sosialis Bersatu
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Authoritarian

Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia was a political party that existed in Malaysia. The party was formerly known as Party Hard Party and was previously known as eMalaysian Welfare Party and Pipiru piru piru pipiru pi. The party was based on an old party that existed in Malaysia a long time ago, Pakatan Rakyat. The party was renamed to Parti Sosialis Bersatu but despite that, the party was still not popular. Eventually, the party was dissolved.

Party President

Election Party President Votes
June 2012 Alika.Quinsha 38


Election Congress Seats Elected Congressmen
Jun 2012 TBA TBA


The party was founded as Peace and Freedom Party. It was later renamed to eMalaysian Welfare Party. The party was pto-ed and renamed to Party Hard Party. A group of Indonesians eventually took control of the party and renamed the party to Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia.

  • June 16th, 2012 Free from Hungarian PTO
  • June 19th, 2012 Alika.Quinsha renew party name and orientation from Pipiru piru piru Pipiru pi to Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia

The party eventually became inactive due to a war between Malaysia and Croatia. As a result, there were no congress elections for a short period, before eventually becoming inactive. Sapaia eventually took over as president but the party still did not make a comeback.

Henchee eventually took control of the party, with the intention of dissolving the party, since the party was no longer serving a purpose. Due to members in the party were not active but were still alive, it was difficult to dissolve the party.

Henchee renamed the party to Parti Sosialis Bersatu, a far-left, anarchist party. The party was still not popular as more people were joining Parti Rakyat eMalaysia, Free Malaysian Party & eMalaysian Democratic Union.

Eventually, the party was dissolved as the party no longer had any members.


  • Social Justice
  • Social Democracy
  • Authoritarian
  • Progressive
  • Socialist
  • Egalitarianism