UPKOUnited Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organization (Malaysia, political party)
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Sundang's UPKO party continued to oppose the arrangement until June 1964 when it announced its acceptance of Malaysia as a fait accompli and merged with UNKO.
One of the documents presented to the Inter-Governmental Committee (which we have seen was established in August 1962 under the chairmanship of Lord Lansdowne to decide on the constitutional details of the Malaysia proposal), was a memorandum signed by Donald Stephens, Datu Mustapha, and other leaders of the five North Borneo political parties which became known as the "Twenty Points," these parties being UNKO, USNO, UPKO, the Democratic Party, and the United Party.