Sabah State Legislative Assembly

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Sabah State Legislative Assembly
Dewan Undangan Negeri Sabah
Salleh Said Keruak, Barisan Nasional - UMNO
Musa AmanBarisan Nasional - UMNO
since 27 March 2003
Opposition Leader
Lajim UkinPakatan Rakyat - PKR
since 18 June 2013
Seats 60
Sabah Assembly seating plan.svg
48 / 60
8 / 60
3 / 60
1 / 60
Last election
5 May 2013
Meeting place
KotaKinabalu Sabah DewanUndanganNegeriSabah-01.jpg
Sabah State Legislative Assembly Building, Teluk Likas, Kota Kinabalu

The Sabah State Legislative Assembly is the state legislature of the Malaysian state of Sabah. It is a unicameral institution, consisting of a total of 60 lawmakers including one speaker.

The unicameral state legislature, whose members are called state assemblymen, convenes at the Legislative Assembly building at Likas, Kota Kinabalu. It has 60 seats with Barisan Nasional forming the majority after the 2013 state election. After the 2013 election the State Legislative Assembly is sitting in its 12th edition. The Barisan Nasional coalition has control over 48 seats in the house while Pakatan Rakyat has 11 seats and State Reform Party has one.

Legislative assembly districts following the 2008 state elections[edit]

Map of electoral districts in Sabah

State legislative assembly districts are denoted by the prefix 'N'. National parliamentary districts are denoted by the prefix 'P'. Due to boundary delimitation taking place almost every time before an election, the following image might not be applicable in the future.

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