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image from the Party Bersatu Sabah website
From the Party Bersatu Sabah website:
PBS' political struggle is motivated by the vision to create a developed, harmonious, united and prosperous Sabah within the Federation of Malaysia through genuine practice of parliamentary democracy, dignified political conduct, balanced development and professional administration.
- The flag of the party
- The part nearest to the rope is red which signifies courage; the centre is white which signifies purity and superimposed with the symbol and badge of the Party; and the end portion is blue which signifies peace and tranquility.
- Symbol and badge
- The symbol and the badge of the Party shall be two hands clasped in handshake over the green map of Sabah outlined in bold brown inside a brown-sided square with the 'PARTY BERSATU SABAH' below it. The 'handshake' shall signify unity, friendship and cooperation among people of Sabah; the colour 'green' shall signify the wealth with special emphasis on the agro-based nature of the State of Sabah; the colour 'brown' shall signify the fertility of its soil and the shape 'square' shall signify equality and justice among all the people in Sabah.
Dov Gutterman, 18 March 1999
image located by Valentin Poposki, 18 October 2008
PASOK is an abbreviation for Parti Anak Sabah Orang Kita. The full title of
the party in English is United PASOK Nunukragang National Organization:
Objectives and aims:
OBJECTIVES & AIMS
And down on the same page you can see the PASOK flag:
Valentin Poposki, 18 October 2008
image by António Martins
image by António Martins
From the Sabah Progressive Party website:
The symbol of the Party shall be the map of Sabah in green, with sky-blue background and a rising sun yellow in colour, enclosed in a square box with a purple border. Colour Scheme: Sky blue signifies the depth of vision; yellow rising sun signifies the brightness of Sabah's future in Malaysia. Green Sabah map signifies the beauty of her people, nature and the richness in resources. The purple border signifies the unity of Malaysians in Sabah. The flag of the Party shall be the symbol enclosed in a rectangular area with seven red stripes on both sides of the symbol with white background.
Dov Gutterman, 19 March 1999
I saw this flag in TV and reported it mistakenly as the flag of Sandakan. The sun I reported as white circle and the green as arms. Later I received information from Sandakan that this wasn't the city flag, now we know it is the SPP flag.
Jaume Ollé, 21 March 1999
I saw this flag in a TV documentary about Sandakan and I counted 7 red
stripes and 6 white stripes. I thought that I was wrong because there are
several drawn images of the flag on the web with seven red stripes and seven
white stripes. But now I believe that I was correct. I collected last year many
images of the flag and none has seven-seven stripes, all are with seven-six
stripes (or all stripes are not visible).
I assume that 7 red and 6 white is the correct arrangement, and that the 7-7 version is a mistake from the stripes in the Malaysian flag. If I’m right, 13 are the Malay subjects and 14 mean the 13 states plus the federal territories, then a 14 stripe is not too adequate in a federal state.
Jaume Ollé, 22 June 2014