Parti Aspirasi Sains Malaysia is Malaysia’s first Science Political Party, established on the internet in 2021.

Mission Statement

To increase equal opportunity for all Malaysians, and push the nation towards the pursuit of knowledge, for the benefit of all of humanity through continued application of science and reason.


The Party believes our quality of life is improved primarily through technological developments, sourced from a scientific approach to knowledge in the context of democracy and peace. Technological development is something we can all be excited about, and should be accelerated. We, as a society, and as individuals, should plan the future in order to maximise the benefit we derive from our technological development. We see innovation, education, and economic reforms as the keys to Malaysia’s success.

Modern technology continues to drive our society towards rapid progress. It improves the quality of life of all people, provides us with greater knowledge, and allows for greater participation in democracy.

Technology should be allowed to develop as quickly and as safely as possible to maximise the benefit to the people living both in the present and the future. The speed at which technology should progress should only be limited if and when it is unsafe, or economically unfeasible to achieve. The benefits that technology brings should not be hindered in ways that the old economies were controlled; in particular, the internet and related communication technologies should remain uncensored, and should have the freedom to fulfil its primary purpose: mass-producing information and spreading it in an efficient and expedient manner.

We believe in a positive future for all people; a future where people live longer, healthier and wealthier lives with more freedom. While it is tempting to entertain the alarmists’ view that the world is worsening, due to the easier flow of information, every passing decade has brought substantial improvements in our quality of life. Modernity has brought stability, freedom, abundance, health, and happiness to the world. The Science Party is committed to ensuring that these advancements are well-spread throughout society, to all Malaysians, and around the world. We see the world accelerating quickly, and we want to ensure the bottom rises along with, but faster than the top.

A positive outlook on the future can boost the development of the economy. Optimism encourages investment, accelerating technological advancement. A positive outlook in our personal lives also improves our prospects as individuals. Only when we believe that our situation can be improved can we be motivated to improve our skills. This optimism can only exist in a world where investment truly leads to opportunity. The Science Party wishes to change the personal, political, and corporate cultures to embrace the future and the benefits technology and reform will bring.

We provide an alternative to the reactionist policies of current political parties. Those policies are based on reactions to current events, often with short term views to the changes that need to occur to appease those who are affected by these changes. While new policies in response to current events are sometimes necessary, government, corporations, and individuals can, and should, plan for long-term goals and outcomes.

Technological development is something that all people play a part in. All people are capable of using their intelligence to solve problems, to work more efficiently and create new inventions, no matter how small, in almost any field. People are also directly involved in the implementation of new technology in their homes and workplaces, where they must make choices about what technology to use and how to use it.

We believe the economy should be centered on humanity, and directed as such, to maximise technological development and adoption where it is advantageous and safe to do so.

The Science Party aims to make Malaysia an Anti-Poverty Nation that is technologically-advanced with a high quality of life for all its citizens and residents.

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