Malaysia Merdeka 2020 Wishes, Messages & Quotes

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Malaysia National Day Wishes

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August 31 is a very special day for Malaysians. It is the day we celebrate our independence from the British colonial masters through peaceful negotiations and patient deliberation.

63th Happy Malaysia Independence Day

Independence gave us the opportunity to govern the country according to our vision, hopes and dreams as a sovereign nation.

Malaysia National Day 2020 Wishes

“Many lives were sacrificed, many battles were fought before we finally got independent…. Today is a very special day and warm wishes on Malaysia Independence Day to you.”

“Today we can enjoy freedom and independence, enjoy the comforts and rights we are given as a citizen…. Wishing you a very Happy Malaysia Independence Day my dear.”

Malaysia Merdeka Wishes

“A country is not just a piece of land but a home for many people who deserve to be independent and free…. On that note, wishing a very Happy Malaysia Independence Day to all.”

“They gave away everything to give us an independent nation and we must also work hard to leave a nation our generations will always be proud of…. Warm wishes on Malaysia Independence Day.”

“Independence comes with responsibility and on Malaysia Independence Day, we as the citizens of Malaysia, must fulfill all our responsibilities to keep our nation safe and growing.”

Happy Malaysia Independence Day SMS

Malaysia gained her independence from Great Britain in 1957. Over 20,000 people gathered in Merdeka Square to mark the occasion, including the Duke of Gloucester, the King and Queen of Thailand and the Prime Minister of India. The first prime minister of Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman, chanted some of the most iconic words in Malaysian history, “Merdeka, Merdeka, Merdeka”.

Malaysia Independence Day SMS

From 1957 onwards, Merdeka celebrations have been held every year in all its grandeur. Dignitaries wear traditional uniforms and costumes, fighter jets fly overhead in a blaze of smoke and military personnel and Kadazan tribal people march through the streets.

Malaysia Merdeka Celebrations 2020 with SMS

Inaugural celebrations featured dancing formations that depicted the emblem of the ruling party, Barisan Nasional — or the National Front Coalition Party. Barisan Nasional has ruled Malaysia since 1957, making it one of the longest ruling, democratically installed governments in the world.

Up until September 16, 1963, Malaysia was still known as the Federation of Malaya. Two years after Singapore left the federation in 1961, the Bornean states of Sabah and Sarawak merged with Peninsula Malaya to form the new Malaysia.

Malaysia Merdeka Quotes

Malaysia Merdeka 2020 Quotes

 “As a nation, we need good leaders. Leaders who we all can trust, the kind of leaders who always put public interests above their political or personal interests, so that the yearnings and aspirations of the commoners can be realized. This is my message to all as we mark this year Independence Day anniversary. Have a fun celebration.”

 “As we celebrate our nation’s independence day, let’s remember our past leaders who lost their lives in the battle for the freedom we are enjoying today. Have a wonderful independence day.”

 “Every citizen should have a sense of belonging wherever they found themselves. Let all our politicians rise to the great task of building social trust between the people and the nation. By so doing, we can have peace and stability in our country. Here’s wishing everyone a happy freedom day celebration.”

“Freedom does not come so easily. We are indebted to our national heroes who made this country what it is today. As patriotic citizens, let’s put extra effort to perform our own civic rights and responsibilities. Our diversities should not be seen as a weakness but as our strength. It is only by working together that we can build a resilience nation.”