List of Menteris Besar of Selangor

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Menteri Besar of Selangor
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Incumbent
Mohamed Azmin Ali

since 22 September 2014
Style Yang Amat Berhormat Dato' Menteri Besar (The Most Honourable Dato' Menteri Besar)
Appointer DYMM Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah
Term length While commanding the confidence of the Selangor State Legislative Assembly
Inaugural holder Hamzah Abdullah
Formation 1949

The Menteri Besar of the State of Selangor is the head of the executive branch of the government in the Malaysian state of Selangor. The Menteri Besar is appointed by the Sultan of Selangor, from the party or coalition with a majority in the State Assembly.

List[edit]

The following is a list of Menteris Besar of Selangor since 1947:[1][2]

Menteri Besar Term of office Party
Took office Left office
1 Hamzah Abdullah June 1947 1 July 1949 No party
2 Raja Uda Raja Muhammad (1st term) 1 July 1949 March 1953 No party
3 Othman Mohamad March 1953 September 1954 UMNO
(2) Raja Uda Raja Muhammad (2nd term) September 1954 August 1955 No party
4 Abdul Aziz Abdul Majid August 1955 1956 UMNO
5 Muhammad Ismail Abdul Latiff 1956 1958 UMNO
6 Abdul Jamil Rais 1958 May 1959 Alliance
(UMNO)
7 Abu Bakar Baginda 30 May 1959 19 March 1964 Alliance
(UMNO)
8 Harun Idris 19 March 1964 15 March 1975 Alliance
(UMNO)
9 Hormat Rafei 15 March 1975 3 May 1982 Barisan Nasional
(UMNO)
10 Ahmad Razali Mohd Ali 3 May 1982 14 August 1986 Barisan Nasional
(UMNO)
11 Muhammad Muhammad Taib 14 August 1986 14 April 1997 Barisan Nasional
(UMNO)
12 Abu Hassan Haji Omar 6 June 1997 18 August 2000 Barisan Nasional
(UMNO)
13 Mohamed Khir Toyo 18 August 2000 13 March 2008 Barisan Nasional
(UMNO)
14 Abdul Khalid Ibrahim 13 March 2008 9 August 2014 Pakatan Rakyat
(PKR)
10 August 2014 22 September 2014 No Party
15 Mohamed Azmin Ali 23 September 2014 Present Pakatan Rakyat
(PKR)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sejarah Menteri Besar". Selangor State Government portal. Retrieved 20 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Malay states "Selangor". WorldStatesmen.org. Retrieved 3 June 2010.