Love Malaysia Party
Love Malaysia Party (Malay: Parti Cinta Malaysia, Chinese: 爱国党, abbreviated PCM) is a Malaysian political party formed in 2009. Its members include former Gerakan vice-president and Member of Parliament Huan Cheng Guan, and former Sarawak State Assembly independent member for Ngemah seat; Gabriel Adit Demong. For the first time ever, the party contested the Sarawak state election, 2011 using its own logo after approval was given by the Election Commission. However, party lost its only seat, Ngemah, by 995 votes to Barisan Nasional (BN), and their candidates were defeated in other seats such as Simunjan, Balai Ringin, Machan and Bekenu. Despite the defeat, PCM had contested in various seats in Penang and other states in Malaysia as well in the 13th General Elections.
|Chinese name||马来西亚人民爱国党 Mǎláixīyǎ rénmín àiguó dǎng|
|Malay name||Parti Cinta Malaysia|
|President||Tang Weng Chew|
|Secretary-General||Loo Kien Seang|
|Deputy President||Huan Cheng Guan (resigned)|
|Founder||Huan Cheng Guan|
|Founded||August 6, 2009|
|Headquarters||Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia|
|National affiliation||Gagasan Sejahtera (Strategic partner)|
Barisan Nasional (Allied coalition)
|Colours||Green, blue, red, yellow|
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During the 13th Malaysian general election, 2013, PCM failed to win any of the seats its candidates contested, with most candidates further losing their deposits. As a result, the party closed all its service centres in the state of Penang.
In the 14th Malaysian general election, 2018, PCM become Gagasan Sejahtera's strategic partner, and again lost in all the seats it had contested, with their candidates losing their deposits. As a result, the party is unrepresented in the Dewan Rakyat and state legislative assemblies of Malaysia. Huan Cheng Guan also resigned from PCM Deputy President and quit active politics on 14 May 2018 in keeping his promise as Lim Guan Eng is out of Penang.
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- "Koh: Departure of Huan and some members will not affect Gerakan". Sun2Surf. 20 December 2009. Retrieved 1 May 2010.
- Audrey Dermawan (14 May 2018). "Huan keeps promise to quit active politics". New Strait Times. Retrieved 21 September 2018.