Its president Datuk Seri Maglin D’Cruz (pic) confirmed to have received an email from the RoS to inform the party of the decision.
“Yes, I have been informed by RoS via e-mail. We were also informed that we have been given 30 days to appeal to the Home Minister.
“This is what we intend to do. We will be calling for a meeting tomorrow (Jan 15) to get right down to appeal against this decision,” he said when contacted.
The party faced issues when two factions claimed to be the rightful leadership.
Aside from Maglin, former president Tan Sri M. Kayveas also claimed to still be the rightful leader of the party.
Kayveas recently pulled out from contesting in the Cameron Highlands by-election, and pledged his support for Pakatan Harapan's candidate M. Manogaran.
D’Cruz had said that MyPPP is a Barisan Nasional component party.
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