2018 Selangor state election

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Selangor state election, 2018

← 2013 9 May 2018

All 56 seats in the Selangor State Legislative Assembly
29 seats needed for a majority
Registered2,415,074
Turnout2,074,891 (85.91%)
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Azmin MP Kepong.jpg BN GS
Leader Azmin Ali Noh Omar Sallehen Mukhyi
Party Pakatan Harapan (PKR) Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS)
Leader since 08 March 2008 25 April 1995 2004
Leader's seat Bukit Antarabangsa Not contesting
(MP of Tanjong Karang)
Sabak
(lost seat)
Last election 29 seats, 44.00%
(Pakatan Rakyat)
12 Seats, 38.96% 15 seats, 15.38%
(Pakatan Rakyat)
Seats before 29 11 13
Seats won 51 4 1
Seat change Increase22 Decrease7 Decrease12
Popular vote 1,303,102 450,742 296,250
Percentage 63.37% 21.92% 14.41%

Selangor DUN map.svg
Selangor state election results map

Menteri Besar Selangor before election

Mohamed Azmin Ali
Pakatan Harapan , (PKR)

Menteri Besar Selangor-designate

Mohamed Azmin Ali
Pakatan Harapan , (PKR)

The 14th Selangor state election was held on 9 May 2018. The previous state election was held on 5 May 2013. The state assemblymen is elected to 5 years term each.

The Selangor State Legislative Assembly would automatically dissolve on 21 June 2018, the fifth anniversary of the first sitting, and elections must be held within sixty days (two months) of the dissolution (on or before 21 August 2018, with the date to be decided by the Election Commission of Malaysia), unless dissolved prior to that date by the Head of State, Sultan of Selangor on the advice of the Head of Government, Menteri Besar of Selangor.[1]

The incumbent party Pakatan Harapan won a supermajority of 51 seats and was able to formed a government, securing a third term. The opposition Barisan Nasional won 4 seats while Gagasan Sejahtera won 1 seat.[2]

Background[edit]

The state election is the 14th state election in Selangor since the independence of Malaya (now Malaysia) in 1957. The governing Pakatan Harapan (PH) will seek to secure their third consecutive term in office since 2008. According to the Laws of the Constitution of Selangor 1959, the maximum term of the Selangor State Legislative Assembly, the legislature of Selangor, is five years from the date of the first sitting of Assembly following a state election, after which it is dissolved by operation of law.[3] The Assembly would have been automatically dissolved on 21 June 2018, the fifth anniversary of its first sitting on 21 June 2013.

Electoral system[edit]

Each state constituencies of Selangor will elect one member to the Selangor State Legislative Assembly using the first-past-the-post voting system. If one party obtains a majority of seats, then that party is entitled to form the State Government, with its leader as Menteri Besar. If the election results in no single party having a majority, there is a hung assembly, of which will be dissolved under the royal prerogative of the Sultan.

The redistricting of electoral boundaries for the entire country had been presented to and passed by the Dewan Rakyat, and subsequently gazetted on 29 March 2018 after obtaining the royal consent of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong ahead of the 14th general election.[4] Elections are conducted by the Election Commission of Malaysia (EC), which is under the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister's Department.

Voting Eligibility[edit]

To vote in the state election, one had to be:[5]

  • registered in the electoral roll as an elector in the constituency in which he resides on;
  • aged 21 or over on the registration date;
  • a resident of the constituency, or if not so, an absentee voter;
  • not disqualified under any law relating to offences committed in connection with elections.

Electoral divisions[edit]

All 56 constituencies within Selangor, which constitute the Selangor State Legislative Assembly, were contested during the election.

Map of the constituencies in Selangor
Map of the constituencies in Selangor

Timeline[edit]

The key dates are listed below in Malaysia Standard Time (GMT+8):

28 March Prime Minister Najib Razak tabled the Election Commission's redelineation report in the Dewan Rakyat.[6]
6 April Najib Razak announced his intention to dissolve the Malaysian Parliament on the consent of Sultan Muhammad V, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia.[7]
6 April Menteri Besar Azmin Ali states that he will seek an audience with Selangor's Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah to obtain his consent to dissolve the Selangor State Legislative Assembly.[8][9]
7 April Formal dissolution of Parliament.[10]
9 April A simple ceremony to dissolve Selangor State Legislative Assembly was held at Balai Dewan Diraja, Istana Alam Shah. In attendance are the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, Raja Muda Selangor (the crown prince), Tengku Amir Shah, Mentri Besar of Selangor, Azmin Ali, Speaker of Selangor State Legislative Assembly, Hannah Yeoh and members of Selangor Council of the Royal Court.[11][12]
10 April Election Commission chairman Hashim Abdullah announced that the general election will take place on 9 May 2018.[13][14]
28 April Nomination process of candidates for the general election begins,and the deadline (10am) for the delivery of candidate nomination papers.[15][16]
28 April Official 11-day campaigning period begins.[17]
5 May Early voting begins.[18]
9 May Polling day.
10 May Result of the election was announced in the early morning by the Election Commission of Malaysia with Pakatan Harapan (PH) winning 51 out of 56 seats in Selangor. Leader of PH in Selangor, Azmin Ali seeks audience with Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah to inform His Highness of the result. His Royal Highness appoints Azmin Ali as the Menteri Besar.[19]
11 May Swearing in ceremony of the returning Menteri Besar of Selangor, Azmin Ali was held at Balairung Seri, Istana Alam Shah.[20]
14 May Swearing in ceremony of the new members of Selangor State Executive Council was held at Balairung Seri, Istana Alam Shah.[21]

Contenders[edit]

The incumbent party, Pakatan Harapan have decided to contest all 56 seats in Selangor.[22] Malaysian United Indigenous Party (Bersatu) expressed their desire to contest in the 12 seats won by the Barisan Nasional in the last general election. National Trust Party (Amanah) will target to contest in 15 seats held by Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) in the last general election. Pakatan Harapan will finalize the remaining 21 seats before 23 February 2018.[23] On 8 March 2018, Pakatan Harapan has successfully finalized 50 seats. Pakatan Harapan has yet to finalize 6 seats. The seats are Sungai Panjang, Sungai Burong, Lembah Jaya, Dusun Tua, Seri Serdang and Kota Damansara.[24]

The opposition Barisan Nasional (BN) is also set to contest all 56 seats in Selangor State Legislative Assembly. Barisan Nasional (BN) linchpin party United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) is to set to contest major share of Barisan Nasional (BN) seats. Gagasan Sejahtera also states that they will contest all 56 seats in Selangor. Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) will compete for 42 seats,[25] while Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) will contest 5 seats in Semenyih, Bukit Lanjan, Kota Damansara, Pelabuhan Klang and Sri Muda.[26]

Political parties[edit]

Coalition Other parties
Incumbent Opposition
Parti Keadilan Rakyat logo.svg Pakatan Harapan (PH) PAS logo.svg Gagasan Sejahtera (GS) Barisan Nasional (BN)

Manifestos[edit]

Some parties launched specific manifestos for Selangor in preparation for the state election.

Barisan Nasional[edit]

Barisan Nasional launches their manifestos on 8 April 2018. Using the theme, 'Better Selangor. Yakinlah. BN lebih baik!' (English: Better Selangor. Rest assured. BN is better!), the manifestos consist of 10 programs, containing 100 initiatives focusing on the betterment of Selangorians.[28][29]

# Programs Initiatives
1 High performance public service
  • Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) in all districts
  • Goods and Services Tax (GST) in government sector fully borne by the government
  • Re-aligning the direction of the state subsidiary
  • Empowering the state sharia court institution
  • Young local authorities members
  • Kuala Langat District Council (MDKL) and Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) upgraded to municipal councils
  • Klang Municipal Council (MPK) divided into MPK North and MPK South.
  • Special integrity panel to monitor the government and administration
  • Amend state-by laws and local authorities
  • Balance race composition of civil servants and make sure contract staff efficient in fixed service
2 Thriving, sustainable and innovative economy
  • Create entrepreneur transformation center
  • Special fund incentives for the establishment of community shop
  • RM 1 nominal fee when applying for hawker and small traders licenses
  • Special fund for small entrepreneurial capital aids
  • Development of west coast, north and south of Selangor
  • Create digital free market zone
  • Selangor as a logistic hub as a new economy source
  • Integrated Small and Medium Industries (IKS) hubs in rural areas
  • Transforming industrial zones, IKS and tourist sites
  • Imposing premiums under land value in program transforming illegal companies from agriculture to industrial
  • Special fund for Selangor Food Security program
3 Prosperous and affordable housing
  • PPR (Public Housing Program) houses become rent to own
  • 50,000 affordable houses to be built
  • Special housing program for M40 group
  • Special fund to fix old houses
  • 10 percent incentive when buying first houses under RM200,000
  • Abandoned project recovery
4 Excellent education and exemplary role models
  • Free primary school education
  • Special fund for Parents-Teachers Association
  • Free school bus services in PPR area
  • RM10,000 incentive to first class degree holder
  • Special help RM2,000 to higher education entrees
  • Special housing allowance to KAFA (Al-Quran and Fardhu 'Ain classes) teachers
  • Special fund for tahfiz school
  • Special fund for tertiary student rented houses
5 User-friendly infrastructures and basic amenities
  • Finalize the restructure of water supply industries
  • Offers free 20 cubic meters clean water supply per month and rebates for uses under 40 cubic meters
  • Special fund for development and payment for the electrical and water bills of place of worships
6 The welfare of youth, women and society
  • 6,000 units of youth transit homes in Rawang
  • Shah Alam Stadium as the home stadium of Selangor FA
  • State government Pusat Ngaji (place to learn to read Quran) in every state constituencies
  • 50 percent reduction of door tax in agricultural land and empty house lots
7 Efficient and affordable public transport
  • Integrated transport hub in Shah Alam
  • Create land port hub
  • Special school bus fares fund to B40 families
  • Special fund to obtain motorcycle license
  • Motorcycle racing circuit in every state constituencies
  • Improvement of free bus service to the citizen
  • RM1,000 aid scheme to obtain heavy vehicle licenses
8 Public's security and safety
  • Increase CCTV in high risk area
  • Special fund for villages' and traditional villages' security
  • Adding street light facilities
  • Monitoring and enforcing laws to foreign workers
  • Special fund to create security post in residential areas
9 Quality health and sustainable environment
  • Ambulances in every state constituencies
  • Free dialysis center in every state constituencies
  • Special fund to fight dengue
  • 20 cent payments to people who brought their own plastic bags to stores that charges plastic bags
  • Counseling center in every state constituencies
10 The well-being and life quality of the rural communities
  • Special fund to low-cost housing maintenance by Joint Management Body (JMB)
  • Abolish outstanding summonses / compounds to hawker / small trader and traffic offenses
  • Nursery and kindergarten facilities in every low / medium cost residential area
  • Increasing the amount of Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia 2.0

Gagasan Sejahtera[edit]

Gagasan Sejahtera launches their manifestos on 29 March 2018. They use the theme 'Selangor Sejahtera' (English: Prosperous Selangor) in their manifestos. It consist of 10 cores focusing on forming a government and administration that follows the principles of divinity, accountability and competent in making a peaceful environment for the multiracial and multi-religion state.[30]

# Cores
1 Prosperous government
  • Sharing of the economic prosperity with the people by continuing and improving the welfare programs by the current state government
  • Adheres to the principle of fairness, integrity, virtue, competence and transparency based on the preservation of religion, life, wealth, intellect and heredity
  • Leaders who are caring, competent and free of corruption
  • Mature and prosperous political culture
2 Religious and cultural welfare
  • Appreciation of the national culture policy which places Islam as the foundation of racial unity and harmony
  • Incentives to management officials of place of worships, Muslim and non-Muslim
3 Income welfare
  • Basic food aids to target groups on a monthly basis
  • Expansion of the digital economy through the provision of hubs and infrastructures
4 Education welfare
  • Parents-Teachers Association incentives on a yearly basis
  • Free education for state government owned schools
  • Post graduation (SPM) academy
  • Creating a scheme for state government teachers and school staffs
  • Assistance in paying the school bus fares
5 Prosperity of young people
  • Youth Training Academy to polish skills in futuristic industry
  • Establishing a business entrepreneurial plaza
  • Incentives to volunteer and youth welfare clubs
  • Youth fitness and recreation program incentives
  • Developing a complete sports infrastructure
6 Prosperity of women and families
  • RM150 incentives to women's health and elegance
  • RM500 incentives to women who gave birth
  • Assistance and guidance service to harmony marriage and household well-being
  • Assistance to single mothers
7 Health wellbeing
  • Takaful protection scheme (insurance) for Selangorians
  • Promoting a healthy lifestyle
  • RM200 incentive for people older than 40 who goes for health screening
  • Transportation service to disabled and elderly to hospitals
8 Farm economy prosperity
  • Productivity-based incentives to farmers, breeders and fishermen
  • Providing initial capital grants RM10 millions to 500 young farmers
  • Digital marketing network of agro-products, livestock and fisheries
9 Residential welfare
  • Create rent to own Prosperous Selangor Home
  • Neighborhood community support program
10 Environmental prosperity
  • Incentives of new energy sources and green technology
  • Natural river conservation

Parti Rakyat Malaysia[edit]

Parti Rakyat Malaysia publishes their manifesto on their blog on 30 April 2018.[31]

Manifesto

  1. Peace and harmony
  2. Reduce reliance on foreign workers
  3. Reinstate local government election involving the participation of local candidates
  4. Economic opportunities
  5. Environment
  6. Affordable Housing
  7. Participation in Improving Security and a Better Community
  8. Improve Competitiveness Among Young People
  9. Encouraging Youth Involvement in Agriculture and Agribusiness
  10. Formulate Comprehensive Labour Policy To Ensure Private Sectors Employ Permanent Staff Instead Of Contract Staff

People's Alternative Party[edit]

People's Alternative Party only has two candidates competing in Selangor. One of the candidates, the Selangor branch chairman Harry Arul Krishnan, states that he will resolve the issue of birth certificate and identity cards for the stateless and launch crime intervention programs among other thing during his manifesto announcement on 3 May 2018 in Sungai Pelek.[32]

Independent Candidates[edit]

Some of the independent candidates releases their own manifesto, specific for their contested seat.

Azman Mohd Noor[edit]

Azman contested at Rawang seat. His manifesto includes:[33]

  1. Support the economy, spiritual and the people's welfare development program
  2. Continuing the organized and systematic care of infrastructures in Rawang
  3. Upgrading the places of worship
  4. Healthy lifestyle
  5. Helps to restructure small businesses
  6. Free tuition
  7. Hygiene campaigns
  8. Recycling campaigns
  9. Upgrading the existing health centers

Azwan Ali[edit]

Azwan contested at Bukit Antarabangsa seat. He announces his manifesto on 27 April 2018, pledging to:[34]

  1. Meet the people every day to listen to their problems
  2. Eliminate the corruption culture in politics immediately
  3. Solve the water supply problems in Selangor
  4. Provide affordable housing for the people
  5. Give charity to the people

Toh Sin Wah[edit]

Toh Sin Wah contested at Subang Jaya seat. He didn't announce specific manifesto but regards his participation in the election as "to bring politics to the people", going against the exclusive and nepotistic politics concept brought by the two biggest parties, Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan.[35]

Nomination[edit]

Candidates were nominated at numerous nomination centres around Selangor on 28 April. The candidates must deliver their nomination papers by 10 am to qualify to contest in the election.[15][16]

Nomination centres[edit]

Constituency Nomination centres[36]
Sungai Air Tawar Tun Razak Hall, Sabak Bernam
Sabak
Sungai Panjang Seri Bernam Hall, Sungai Besar
Sekinchan
Hulu Bernam Hulu Selangor District Sports Complex Multipurpose Hall
Kuala Kubu Baharu
Batang Kali
Sungai Burong Dato' Hormat Hall Tanjong Karang
Permatang
Bukit Melawati Kuala Selangor Sports Complex Indoor Stadium
Ijok
Jeram
Kuang Selayang Municipal Council Office Lobby
Rawang
Taman Templer
Sungai Tua SMK Sungai Pusu Hall, Gombak
Gombak Setia
Hulu Kelang
Bukit Antarabangsa Dato' Ahmad Razali Hall
Lembah Jaya
Pandan Indah Ampang Jaya Municipal Council Hall
Teratai
Dusun Tua Kajang Municipal Council Seri Cempaka Hall
Semenyih
Kajang Hulu Langat District/Land Office Demesne Main Hall
Sungai Ramal
Balakong
Seri Kembangan Subang Jaya Municipal Council Hall, Puchong Indah
Seri Serdang
Kinrara 3K Complex, SS13, Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya
Seri Setia Petaling Jaya City Council Civic Hall
Taman Medan
Bukit Gasing
Kampung Tunku Puay Chai Hall, SRJK(C) Jalan SS 2/54 Petaling Jaya
Bandar Utama
Bukit Lanjan
Paya Jaras SMK Seksyen 8 Main Hall Kota Damansara
Kota Damansara
Kota Anggerik Dewan Besar Tanjung MBSA, Seksyen 19, Shah Alam
Batu Tiga
Meru Klang District/Land Office Multipurpose Hall
Sementa
Selat Kelang
Bandar Baru Klang Pandamaran Sports Complex Hall, Klang
Pelabuhan Klang
Sentosa Kemuning Utama Shah Alam City Council Hall, Seksyen 32, Shah Alam
Sungai Kandis
Kota Kemuning
Sijangkang Dewan Seri Jugra, Telok Datuk, Banting
Banting
Morib
Tanjong Sepat Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi Multipurpose Hall, Sepang
Dengkil
Sungai Pelek

The contested seats and candidates[edit]

State constituency Incumbent State Assemblyman Political parties
Parti Keadilan Rakyat logo.svg

Pakatan Harapan [37][38][39]

PAS logo.svg

Gagasan Sejahtera [40]

Barisan Nasional [41]

Other parties/Ind[42]
Candidate Name Party Candidate Name Party Candidate Name Party Candidate Name Party
Sungai Air Tawar Vacant Mohd. Hamizar Sulaiman Bersatu Zamri Yahya PAS Rizam Ismail UMNO N/A N/A
Sabak Sallehen Mukhyi (GS) Ahmad Mustain Othman Amanah Sallehen Mukhyi Sallehudin Mohd Iskan N/A N/A
Sungai Panjang Budiman Mohd Zohdi (BN) Mariam Abdul Rashid Mohd Razali Shaari Imran Tamrin N/A N/A
Sekinchan Ng Suee Lim (PH) Ng Suee Lim DAP Mohd Fazlin Taslimin Lee Yee Yuan MCA N/A N/A
Hulu Bernam Rosni Sohar (BN) Mohd. Amran Sakir Amanah Mohammed Salleh Ri Rosni Sohar UMNO N/A N/A
Kuala Kubu Baharu Lee Kee Hiong (PH) Lee Kee Hiong DAP Naharudin Abd Rashid Wong Koon Mun MCA N/A N/A
Batang Kali Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan (BN) Harumaini Omar Bersatu Mohd Hasnizan Harun Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan UMNO N/A N/A
Sungai Burong Mohd Shamsudin Lias (BN) Mohd. Tarmizi Lazim Mohd. Zamri Mohd. Zainuldin Mohd. Shamsudin Lias N/A N/A
Permatang Sulaiman Abdul Razak (BN) Rozana Zainal Abidin PKR Muhammad Jafaruddin Sheik Daud Sulaiman Abdul Razak N/A N/A
Bukit Melawati Jakiran Jacomah (BN) Juwairiya Zulkifli Muhammad Rashid Muhammad Kassim Jakiran Jacomah N/A N/A
Ijok Idris Ahmad (PH) Idris Ahmad Jefri Mejan Ikatan K. Parthiban MIC Kumaran Tamil Dassen PRM
Jeram Amiruddin Setro (BN) Mohd. Shaid Rosli Bersatu Mohd Noor Mohd Shahar PAS Zahar Azlan Ariffin UMNO N/A N/A
Kuang Abdul Shukur Idrus (BN) Sallehudin Amiruddin Mohd Fauzan Madzlan Abdul Shukur Idrus Mohd Rafie Mohammad Arif PRM
Rawang Gan Pei Nei (PH) Chua Wei Kiat PKR Kong Tuck Wah Chan Wun Hoong MCA Azman Mohd Noor IND
Taman Templer Zaidy Abdul Talib (GS) Mohd Sany Hamzan Amanah Zaidy Abdul Talib Md Nasir Ibrahim UMNO Koh Swe Yong PRM
Rajandran Batumalai PAP
Sungai Tua (previously known as Batu Caves) Amirudin Shari (PH) Amirudin Shari PKR Mohammad Ibrahim N. Rawisandran MIC Badrul Hisam Md Zin IND
Gombak Setia Hasbullah Mohd Ridzwan (GS) Hilman Idham Hasbullah Mohd Ridzwan Megat Zulkarnain Omardin UMNO N/A N/A
Hulu Kelang Saari Sungib (PH) Saari Sungib Amanah Kamalulhysham Mohd Suhut Ismail Ahmad N/A N/A
Bukit Antarabangsa Mohamed Azmin Ali (PH) Mohamed Azmin Ali PKR Syarifah Haslizah Syed Ariffin Salwa Yunus Ahmad Kamarudin PRM
Azwan Ali IND
Lembah Jaya Khasim Abdul Aziz (GS) Haniza Mohamed Talha Khasim Abdul Aziz Muhamad Nizam Shith Norizwan Mohamed PRM
Pandan Indah (previously known as Chempaka) Iskandar Abdul Samad (GS) Izham Hashim Amanah Iskandar Abdul Samad Mohd Haniff Koslan N/A N/A
Teratai Tiew Way Keng (PH) Lai Wai Chong DAP Mohd Irman Abdul Wahab Liew Pok Boon Gerakan Jenice Lee Ying Ha PRM
Dusun Tua Razaly Hassan (GS) Edry Faizal Eddy Yusof Razaly Hassan Mohd Zin Isa UMNO N/A N/A
Semenyih Johan Abd Aziz (BN) Bakhtiar Mohd Nor Bersatu Mad Shahmidur Mat Kosim Johan Abd Aziz Arutchelvan Subramaniams PSM
Kajang Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (PH) Hee Loy Sian PKR Zaiton Ahmad Teh Yeow Meng MCA Dennis Wan Jinn Woei PRM
Sungai Ramal (previously known as Bangi) Mohd Shafie Ngah (GS) Mazwan Johar Amanah Nushi Mahfodz Abdul Rahim Mohd Amin UMNO N/A N/A
Balakong Eddie Ng Tien Chee (PH) Eddie Ng Tien Chee DAP Mohamad Ibrahim Ghazali Lim Chin Wah MCA N/A N/A
Seri Kembangan Ean Yong Hian Wah (PH) Ean Yong Hian Wah N/A N/A Chang Toong Woh N/A N/A
Seri Serdang Noor Hanim Ismail (GS) Siti Mariah Mahmud Amanah Noor Hanim Ismail PAS Mohammad Satim Diman UMNO N/A N/A
Kinrara Ng Sze Han (PH) Ng Sze Han DAP Lim Ying Ran Ikatan Chiew Kai Heng MCA N/A N/A
Subang Jaya Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan (PH) Michelle Ng Mei Sze N/A N/A Chong Ah Watt Toh Sin Wah IND
Seri Setia Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad (PH) Shaharuddin Badarudin PKR Mohd Ghazali Daud PAS Yusoff M. Haniff UMNO Vigneswaran Subramaniam
Taman Medan Haniza Mohamed Talha (PH) Syamsul Firdaus Mohamed Supri Ariffin Mahaiyuddin Abdul Mutalif Abd Rahim N/A N/A
Bukit Gasing Rajiv Rishyakaran (PH) Rajiv Rishyakaran DAP David Sew Kah Heng Ikatan Chai Ko Thing Gerakan N/A N/A
Kampung Tunku Lau Weng San (PH) Lim Yi Wei N/A N/A Tam Gim Tuan MCA N/A N/A
Bandar Utama (previously known as Damansara Utama) Yeo Bee Yin (PH) Jamaliah Jamaluddin N/A N/A Ch'ng Soo Chau Chong Fook Meng IND
Bukit Lanjan Elizabeth Wong Keat Ping (PH) Elizabeth Wong Keat Ping PKR N/A N/A Syed Abdul Razak Syed Long Alsagof Gerakan N/A N/A
Paya Jaras Mohd Khairuddin Othman (GS) Mohd Khairuddin Othman Hanafi Zulkapli PAS Zein Isma Ismail UMNO N/A N/A
Kota Damansara Halimaton Saadiah Bohan (BN) Shatiri Mansor Siti Rohaya Ahad Halimaton Saadiah Bohan Sivarajan Arumugam PSM
Kota Anggerik Yaakob Sapari (PH) Najwan Halimi Ahmad Dusuki Abd Rani Jumaeah Masdi N/A N/A
Batu Tiga Rodziah Ismail (PH) Rodziah Ismail Abdul Halim Omar Ahmad Mua'adzam Shah Ya'akop N/A N/A
Meru Abd Rani Osman (GS) Mohd. Fakhrulrazi Mohd Mokhtar Amanah Noor Najhan Mohd Salleh Khairul Anuar Saimun Shee Chee Weng IND
Manikavasagam Sundaram PRM
Sementa Daroyah Alwi (PH) Daroyah Alwi PKR Wan Hasrina Wan Hassan Saroni Judi Gandhi Nagamuthu
Selat Klang Halimah Ali (GS) Abdul Rashid Asari Bersatu Halimah Ali Mohd Khairi Hussin Jeichandran Wadivelu
Zainal Azwar Kamaruddin IND
Bandar Baru Klang (previously known as Sungai Pinang) Teng Chang Khim (PH) Teng Chang Khim DAP N/A N/A Teoh Kah Yeong MCA N/A N/A
Pelabuhan Klang Abdul Khalid Ibrahim (IND) Azmizam Zaman Huri PKR Khalid Nayan PAS Seikh Rajesh Seikh Ahmad UMNO Shanmugasundram Veerappan PSM
Pandamaran Eric Tan Pok Shyong (PH) Leong Tuck Chee DAP G.S. Santokh Singh Ikatan Tee Hooi Ling MCA N/A N/A
Sentosa (previously known as Kota Alam Shah) Ganabatirau Veraman (PH) Gunarajah George PKR Rajan Manikesavan PAS R. Subramaniam MIC Sundarajoo A.Periasamy IND
M. Telai Amblam PRM
Sungai Kandis (previously known as Seri Andalas) Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam (PH) Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei Mohd Yusof Abdullah Kamaruzzaman Johari UMNO Hanafiah Husin
Kota Kemuning (previously known as Sri Muda) Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei (PH) Ganabatirau Veraman DAP Burhan Adnan Tiew Hock Huat Gerakan Abdul Razak Ismail PSM
Rajasekaran Soundaparandy IND
Sijangkang Ahmad Yunus Hairi (GS) Mohd Hamidi Abu Bakar Bersatu Ahmad Yunus Hairi Sulaiman Mohd Karli UMNO N/A N/A
Banting (previously known as Teluk Datuk) Loh Chee Heng (IND) Lau Weng San DAP N/A N/A Ng Siok Hwa MCA Tan Choon Swee PRM
Morib Hasnul Baharuddin (PH) Hasnul Baharuddin Amanah Mohammad Sallehuddin Hafiz PAS Rozana Kamarulzaman UMNO N/A N/A
Tanjong Sepat Mohd Haslin Hassan (GS) Borhan Aman Shah PKR Mohd Haslin Hassan Karim Mansor N/A N/A
Dengkil Shahrum Mohd Sharif (BN) Adhif Syan Abdullah Bersatu Yusmi Haniff Ariffin Shahrum Mohd Sharif N/A N/A
Sungai Pelek Lai Nyuk Lan (PH) Ronnie Liu DAP Rohaya Mohd Shahir Ng Chok Sin MCA Harry Arul Raj Krishnan PAP

Election pendulum[edit]

The 14th General Election witnessed 51 governmental seats and 5 non-governmental seats filled the Selangor State Legislative Assembly. The government side has 21 safe seats and 8 fairly safe seats. However, none of the non-government side has safe and fairly safe seat.

GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Sabak Ahmad Mustain Othman AMANAH 34.88
Selat Klang Abdul Rashid Asari BERSATU 35.99
Morib Hasnul Baharuddin AMANAH 40.42
Jeram Mohd. Shaid Rosli BERSATU 40.94
Pelabuhan Klang Azmizam Zaman Huri PKR 42.13
Kuang Sallehuddin Amiruddin BERSATU 43.67
Ijok Dr. Idris Ahmad PKR 45.18
Permatang Rozana Zainal Abidin PKR 46.03
Tanjong Sepat Borhan Aman Shah PKR 46.30
Sementa Dr. Daroyah Alwi PKR 46.80
Dengkil Adhif Syan Abdullah BERSATU 48.30
Bukit Melawati Juwairiya Zulkifli PKR 48.75
Taman Templer Mohd. Sany Hamzan AMANAH 50.18
Semenyih Bakhtiar Mohd. Nor BERSATU 50.76
Batang Kali Harumaini Omar BERSATU 51.08
Sungai Ramal Mazwan Johar AMANAH 51.31
Gombak Setia Hilman Idham PKR 51.37
Sekinchan Ng Suee Lim DAP 51.62
Meru Mohd. Fakhrulrazi Mohd. Mokhtar AMANAH 52.04
Sungai Pelek Ronnie Liu Tian Khiew DAP 52.55
Dusun Tua Edry Faizal Eddy Yusof DAP 53.16
Sungai Kandis Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei PKR 55.60
Fairly safe
Taman Medan Syamsul Firdaus Mohamed Supri PKR 57.78
Kuala Kubu Baharu Lee Kee Hiong DAP 57.85
Batu Tiga Rodziah Ismail PKR 58.24
Paya Jaras Mohd. Khairuddin Othman PKR 58.68
Kota Anggerik Najwan Halimi PKR 58.82
Hulu Kelang Saari Sungib AMANAH 58.89
Lembah Jaya Haniza Mohamed Talha PKR 59.60
Seri Serdang Dr. Siti Mariah Mahmud AMANAH 59.71
Safe
Pandan Indah Ir. Izham Hashim AMANAH 60.83
Kota Damansara Shatiri Mansor PKR 61.14
Sungai Tua Amirudin Shari PKR 61.61
Seri Setia Prof. Dr. Shaharuddin Badaruddin PKR 66.62
Kota Kemuning Ganabatirau Veraman DAP 70.63
Kajang Hee Loy Sian DAP 71.59
Rawang Chua Wei Kiat PKR 76.91
Teratai Lai Wai Chong DAP 76.91
Balakong Eddie Ng Tien Chee DAP 77.53
Bukit Antarabangsa Mohamed Azmin Ali PKR 79.64
Banting Lau Weng San DAP 81.81
Kinrara Ng Sze Han DAP 82.96
Pandamaran Leong Tuck Chee DAP 85.32
Sentosa Gunarajah George PKR 85.62
Bukit Lanjan Elizabeth Wong Keat Ping DAP 86.40
Bukit Gasing Rajiv Rishyakaran DAP 86.92
Subang Jaya Michelle Ng Mei Sze DAP 88.33
Kampung Tunku Lim Yi Wei DAP 89.53
Bandar Baru Klang Teng Chang Khim DAP 89.81
Bandar Utama Jamaliah Jamaluddin DAP 90.47
Seri Kembangan Ean Yong Hian Wah DAP 90.79
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Sijangkang Dr. Ahmad Yunus Hairi PAS 37.19
Sungai Panjang Mohd. Imran Tamrin UMNO 40.54
Sungai Air Tawar Rizam Ismail UMNO 40.71
Sungai Burong Mohd. Shamsudin Lias UMNO 42.69
Hulu Bernam Rosni Sohar UMNO 43.28

Results[edit]

After all 56 constituencies had been declared, the results were:[43][44]

An animated electoral map of Selangor, depicting the state constituencies gained by the Pakatan Harapan (PH) in the 2018 Election.
  PH-controlled seats
  BN-controlled seats
  GS-controlled seats
  PKR-controlled seats
  DAP-controlled seats
  Independent seats

DunSelangor.svg

51 4 1
PH BN GS
Party Leader MLAs Votes
Of total Of total
Pakatan Harapan Azmin Ali 51 91.1%
51 / 56
1,303,102 63.37%
Barisan Nasional Noh Omar 4 7.1%
4 / 56
450,742 21.92%
Gagasan Sejahtera Sallehen Mukhyi 1 1.8%
1 / 56
296,250 14.41%
# Constituency Winner Votes Majority Opponent(s) Votes Incumbent Incumbent Majority
BN 4 | PH 51 | PAS 1 | Independent 0
N1 Sungai Air Tawar Rizam Ismail
(BN-UMNO)
5,437 1,440 Mohd. Hamizar Sulaiman
(PH-PPBM)
3,921 Kamarol Zaki Haji Abdul Malik
(BN-UMNO)
1,416
Zamri Yahya
(GS-PAS)
3,997
N2 Sabak Ahmad Mustain Othman
(PH-AMANAH)
6,981 130 Sallehen Mukhyi
(GS-PAS)
6,183 Sallehen Mukhyi
(PAS)
399
Sallehudin Mohd Iskan
(BN-UMNO)
6,851
N3 Sungai Panjang Imran Tamrin
(BN-UMNO)
10,530 2,084 Mariam Abdul Rashid
(PH-AMANAH)
8,446 Budiman Mohd Zohdi
(BN-UMNO)
2,183
Mohd Razali Shaari
(GS-PAS)
6,999
N4 Sekinchan Ng Suee Lim
(PH-DAP)
7,863 2,844 Mohd Fazlin Taslimin
(GS-PAS)
2,351 Ng Suee Lim
(PH-DAP)
2,239
Lee Yee Yuan
(BN-MCA)
5,019
N5 Hulu Bernam Rosni Sohar
(BN-UMNO)
8,164 20 Mohd. Amran Sakir
(PH-AMANAH)
8,144 Rosni Sohar
(BN-UMNO)
3,032
Mohammed Salleh Ri
(GS-PAS)
2,554
N6 Kuala Kubu Baharu Lee Kee Hiong
(PH-DAP)
14,101 7,134 Naharudin Abd Rashid
(GS-PAS)
3,306 Lee Kee Hiong
(PH-DAP)
1,702
Wong Koon Mun
(BN-MCA)
6,967
N7 Batang Kali Harumaini Omar
(PH-PPBM)
21,536 8,315 Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan
(BN-UMNO)
13,221 Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan
(BN-UMNO)
5,398
Mohd Hasnizan Harun
(GS-PAS)
7,408
N8 Sungai Burong Mohd Shamsudin Lian
(BN-UMNO)
8,741 2,330 Mohd. Tarmizi Lazim
(PH-PPBM)
5,323 Mohd Shamsudin Lian
(BN-UMNO)
3,013
Mohd. Zamri Mohd. Zainuldin
(GS-PAS)
6,411
N9 Permatang Rozana Zainal Abidin
(PH-PKR)
9,208 1,158 Sulaiman Abdul Razak
(BN-UMNO)
8,050 Sulaiman Abdul Razak
(BN-UMNO)
1,026
Muhammad Jafaruddin Sheik Daud
(GS-PAS)
2,746
N10 Bukit Melawati Juwairiya Zulkifli
(PH-PKR)
11,050 2,695 Jakiran Jacomah
(BN-UMNO)
8,355 Jakiran Jacomah
(BN-UMNO)
806
Muhammad Rashid Muhammad Kassim
(GS-PAS)
3,261
N11 Ijok Idris Ahmad
(PH-PKR)
8,914 2,114 Jefri Mejan
(GS-IKATAN)
3,942 Idris Ahmad
(PH-PKR)
739
K. Parthiban
(BN-MIC)
6,800
Kumaran Tamil Dassen
(PRM)
76
N12 Jeram Mohd. Shaid Rosli
(PH-PPBM)
7,087 1,191 Zahar Azlan Ariffin
(BN-UMNO)
5,896 Amiruddin Setro
(BN-UMNO)
2,834
Mohd Noor Mohd Shahar
(GS-PAS)
4,326
N13 Kuang Sallehudin Amiruddin
(PH-PPBM)
9,845 2,860 Abdul Shukur Idrus
(BN-UMNO)
6,985 Abdul Shukur Idrus
(BN-UMNO)
1,255
Mohd Fauzan Madzlan
(GS-PAS)
5,672
Mohd Rafie Mohammad Arif
(PRM)
44
N14 Rawang Chua Wei Kiat
(PH-PKR)
29,946 23,860 Kong Tuck Wah
(GS-PAS)
2,259 Gan Pei Nei
(PH-PKR)
9,241
Chan Wun Hoong
(BN-MCA)
6,086
Azman Mohd Noor
(IND)
644
N15 Taman Templer Mohd Sany Hamzan
(PH-AMANAH)
18,362 7,903 Zaidy Abdul Talib
(GS-PAS)
10,459 Zaidy Abdul Talib
(PAS)
7,467
Md Nasir Ibrahim
(BN-UMNO)
7,580
Koh Swe Yong
(PRM)
82
Rajandran Batumalai
(PAP)
108
N16 Sungai Tua (previously known as Batu Caves)[45] Amirudin Shari
(PH-PKR)
17,446 11,374 Mohammad Ibrahim
(GS-PAS)
4,530 Amirudin Shari
(PH-PKR)
3,261
N. Rawisandran
(BN-MIC)
6,072
Badrul Hisam Md Zin
(IND)
268
N17 Gombak Setia Hilman Idham
(PH-PKR)
24,157 12,399 Hasbullah Mohd Ridzwan
(GS-PAS)
11,758 Hasbullah Mohd Ridzwan
(PAS)
1,681
Megat Zulkarnain Omardin
(BN-UMNO)
11,113
N18 Hulu Kelang Saari Sungib
(PH-AMANAH)
25,746 15,349 Kamalulhysham Mohd Suhut
(GS-PAS)
7,573 Saari Sungib
(PH-AMANAH)
2,881
Ismail Ahmad
(BN-UMNO)
10,397
N19 Bukit Antarabangsa Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PH-PKR)
30,892 25,512 Syarifah Haslizah Syed Ariffin
(GS-PAS)
2,311 Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PH-PKR)
4,044
Salwa Yunus
(BN-UMNO)
5,380
Ahmad Kamarudin
(PRM)
116
Azwan Ali
(IND)
90
N20 Lembah Jaya Haniza Mohamed Talha
(PH-PKR)
22,512 14,790 Khasim Abdul Aziz
(GS-PAS)
7,358 Khasim Abdul Aziz
(PAS)
8,713
Muhamad Nizam Shith
(BN-UMNO)
7,722
Norizwan Mohamed
(PRM)
177
N21 Pandan Indah (previously known as Chempaka)[45] Izham Hashim
(PH-AMANAH)
24,914 16,386 Iskandar Abdul Samad
(GS-PAS)
7,517 Iskandar Abdul Samad
(PAS)
9,608
Mohd Haniff Koslan
(BN-UMNO)
8,528
N22 Teratai Lai Wai Chong
(PH-DAP)
34,453 29,425 Mohd Irman Abdul Wahab
(GS-PAS)
5,028 Tiew Way Keng
(PH-DAP)
13,646
Liew Pok Boon
(BN-GERAKAN)
4,784
Jenice Lee Ying Ha
(PRM)
529
N23 Dusun Tua Edry Faizal Eddy Yusof
(PH-DAP)
22,325 10,422 Razaly Hassan
(GS-PAS)
7,771 Razaly Hassan
(PAS)
4,071
Mohd Zin Isa
(BN-UMNO)
11,903
N24 Semenyih Bakhtiar Mohd Nor
(PH-PPBM)
23,428 8,964 Johan Abdul Aziz
(BN-UMNO)
14,464 Johan Abdul Aziz
(BN-UMNO)
4,757
Mad Shahmidur Mat Kosim
(GS-PAS)
6,966
Arutchelvan Subramaniams
(PSM)
1,293
N25 Kajang Hee Loy Sian
(PH-PKR)
39,055 30,755 Zaiton Ahmad
(GS-PAS)
8,300 Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
(PH-PKR)
6,824
Teh Yeow Meng
(BN-MCA)
7,097
Dennis Wan Jinn Woei
(PRM)
103
N26 Sungai Ramal (previously known as Bangi)[45] Mazwan Johar
(PH-AMANAH)
24,591 10,630 Nushi Mahfodz
(GS-PAS)
13,961 Mohd Shafie Ngah
(PAS)
11,838
Abdul Rahim Mohd Amin
(BN-UMNO)
9,372
N27 Balakong Ng Tien Chee
(PH-DAP)
41,768 35,538 Mohamad Ibrahim Ghazali
(GS-PAS)
6,230 Ng Tien Chee
(PH-DAP)
13,542
Lim Chin Wah
(BN-MCA)
5,874
N28 Seri Kembangan Ean Yong Hian Wah
(PH-DAP)
34,659 31,145 Chang Toong Woh
(BN-MCA)
3,514 Ean Yong Hian Wah
(PH-DAP)
22,078
N29 Seri Serdang Siti Mariah Mahmud
(PH-AMANAH)
27,088 14,363 Noor Hanim Ismail
(GS-PAS)
5,552 Noor Hanim Ismail
(PAS)
16,251
Mohammad Satim Diman
(BN-UMNO)
12,725
N30 Kinrara Ng Sze Han
(PH-DAP)
52,207 45,212 Lim Ying Ran
(GS-IKATAN)
3,732 Ng Sze Han
(PH-DAP)
14,604
Chiew Kai Heng
(BN-MCA)
6,995
N31 Subang Jaya Michelle Ng Mei Sze
(PH-DAP)
55,354 48,272 Chong Ah Watt
(BN-MCA)
7,082 Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan
(PH-DAP)
28,069
Toh Sin Wah
(IND)
228
N32 Seri Setia Shaharuddin Badarudin
(PH-PKR)
29,250 19,372 Mohd Ghazali Daud
(GS-PAS)
4,563 Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad
(PH-PKR)
4,663
Yusoff M. Haniff
(BN-UMNO)
9,878
Vigneswaran Subramaniam
(IND)
217
N33 Taman Medan Syamsul Firdaus Mohamed Supri
(PH-PKR)
21,712 10,940 Ariffin Mahaiyuddin
(GS-PAS)
5,090 Haniza Mohamed Talha
(PH-PKR)
3,731
Abdul Mutalif Abd Rahim
(BN-UMNO)
10,772
N34 Bukit Gasing Rajiv Rishyakaran
(PH-DAP)
29,366 25,835 David Sew Kah Heng
(GS-IKATAN)
890 Rajiv Rishyakaran
(PH-DAP)
15,842
Chai Ko Thing
(BN-GERAKAN)
3,531
N35 Kampung Tunku Lim Yi Wei
(PH-DAP)
34,477 30,444 Tam Gim Tuan
(BN-MCA)
4,033 Lau Weng San
(PH-DAP)
13,685
N36 Bandar Utama (previously known as Damansara Utama)[45] Jamaliah Jamaluddin
(PH-DAP)
38,651 34,769 Ch'ng Soo Chau
(BN-MCA)
3,882 Yeo Bee Yin
(PH-DAP)
30,689
Chong Fook Meng
(IND)
188
N37 Bukit Lanjan Wong Keat Ping
(PH-PKR)
47,748 40,233 Syed Abdul Razak Syed Long Alsagof
(BN-GERAKAN)
7,515 Wong Keat Ping
(PH-PKR)
17,200
N38 Paya Jaras Mohd Khairuddin Othman
(PH-PKR)
20,376 12,072 Hanafi Zulkapli
(GS-PAS)
6,042 Mohd Khairuddin Othman
(PAS)
5,522
Zein Isma Ismail
(BN-UMNO)
8,304
N39 Kota Damansara Shatiri Mansor
(PH-PKR)
26,440 15,703 Halimaton Saadiah Bohan
(BN-UMNO)
10,737 Halimaton Saadiah Bohan
(BN-UMNO)
1,527
Siti Rohaya Ahad
(GS-PAS)
5,633
Sivarajan Arumugam
(PSM)
435
N40 Kota Anggerik Najwan Halimi
(PH-PKR)
26,947 17,004 Ahmad Dusuki Abd Rani
(GS-PAS)
9,943 Yaakob Sapari
(PH-PKR)
4,503
Jumaeah Masdi
(BN-UMNO)
8,924
N41 Batu Tiga Rodziah Ismail
(PH-PKR)
27,638 15,616 Abdul Halim Omar
(GS-PAS)
7,793 Rodziah Ismail
(PH-PKR)
3,805
Ahmad Mua'adzam Shah Ya'akop
(BN-UMNO)
12,022
N42 Meru Mohd. Fakhrulrazi Mohd Mokhtar
(PH-AMANAH)
17,665 9,608 Noor Najhan Mohd Salleh
(GS-PAS)
7,804 Abd Rani Osman
(PAS)
9,079
Khairul Anuar Saimun
(BN-UMNO)
8,057
Shee Chee Weng
(IND)
72
Manikavasagam Sundaram
(PRM)
346
N43 Sementa Daroyah Alwi
(PH-PKR)
17,867 5,370 Wan Hasrina Wan Hassan
(GS-PAS)
7,696 Daroyah Alwi
(PH-PKR)
7,846
Saroni Judi
(BN-UMNO)
12,497
Gandhi Nagamuthu
(PRM)
120
N44 Selat Klang Abdul Rashid Asari
(PH-PPBM)
12,266 500 Halimah Ali
(GS-PAS)
11,766 Halimah Ali
(PAS)
2,754
Mohd Khairi Hussin
(BN-UMNO)
9,949
Jeichandran Wadivelu
(PRM)
52
Zainal Azwar Kamaruddin
(IND)
49
N45 Bandar Baru Klang (previously known as Sungai Pinang)[45] Teng Chang Khim
(PH-DAP)
44,926 39,828 Teoh Kah Yeong
(BN-MCA)
5,098 Teng Chang Khim
(PH-DAP)
11,309
N46 Pelabuhan Klang Azmizam Zaman Huri
(PH-PKR)
15,837 6,422 Khalid Nayan
(GS-PAS)
2,925 Abdul Khalid Ibrahim
(IND)
2,994
Seikh Rajesh Seikh Ahmad
(BN-UMNO)
9,415
Shanmugasundram Veerappan
(PSM)
128
N47 Pandamaran Leong Tuck Chee
(PH-DAP)
41,552 35,863 G.S. Santokh Singh
(GS-IKATAN)
1,459 Tan Pok Shyong
(PH-DAP)
9,176
Tee Hooi Ling
(BN-MCA)
5,689
N48 Sentosa (previously known as Kota Alam Shah)[45] Gunarajah George
(PH-PKR)
38,106 33,600 Rajan Manikesavan
(GS-PAS)
1,722 Ganabatirau Veraman
(PH-DAP)
13,369
R. Subramaniam
(BN-MIC)
4,506
Sundarajoo A.Periasamy
(IND)
95
M. Telai Amblam
(PRM)
79
N49 Sungai Kadis (previously known as Seri Andalas)[45] Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei
(PH-PKR)
23,998 12,480 Mohd Yusof Abdullah
(GS-PAS)
7,573 Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam
(PH-PKR)
15,633
Kamaruzzaman Johari
(BN-UMNO)
11,518
Hanafiah Husin
(PRM)
76
N50 Kota Kemuning (previously known as Sri Muda)[45] Ganabatirau Veraman
(PH-DAP)
28,617 21,639 Burhan Adnan
(GS-PAS)
6,978 Mat Shuhaimi Shafiel
(PH-PKR)
12,510
Tiew Hock Huat
(BN-GERAKAN)
4,601
Abdul Razak Ismail
(PSM)
226
Rajasekaran Soundaparandy
(IND)
93
N51 Sijankang Ahmad Yunus Hairi
(GS-PAS)
12,688 1,677 Mohd Hamidi Abu Bakar
(PH-PPBM)
11,011 Ahmad Yunus Hairi
(PAS)
2,942
Sulaiman Mohd Karli
(BN-UMNO)
10,420
N52 Banting (previously known as Teluk Datuk)[45] Lau Weng San
(PH-DAP)
21,846 17,299 Ng Siok Hwa
(BN-MCA)
4,547 Loh Chee Heng
(IND)
5,391
Tan Choon Swee
(PRM)
311
N53 Morib Hasnul Baharuddin
(PH-AMANAH)
11,000 2,117 Mohammad Sallehuddin Hafiz
(GS-PAS)
7,329 Hasnul Baharuddin
(PH-AMANAH)
766
Rozana Kamarulzaman
(BN-UMNO)
8,883
N54 Tanjong Sepat Borhan Aman Shah
(PH-PKR)
9,828 2,704 Mohd Haslin Hassan
(GS-PAS)
4,273 Mohd Haslin Hassan
(PAS)
682
Karim Mansor
(BN-UMNO)
7,124
N55 Dengkil Adhif Syan Abdullah
(PH-PPBM)
21,172 6,934 Shahrum Mohd Sharif
(BN-UMNO)
14,238 Shahrum Mohd Sharif
(BN-UMNO)
2,317
Yusmi Haniff Ariffin
(GS-PAS)
8,422
N56 Sungai Pelek Ronnie Liu
(PH-DAP)
13,484 6,586 Rohaya Mohd Shahir
(GS-PAS)
5,200 Lai Nyuk Lan
(PH-DAP)
1,972
Ng Chok Sin
(BN-MCA)
6,898
Harry Arul Raj Krishnan
(PAP)
79

The result of the election was announced after 5pm on 9 May 2018. Pakatan Harapan won 51 out of 56 seats and was entitled to form a government in Selangor.

The Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition won its best ever electoral results in Selangor and retained their control of the state. In the previous election, its predecessor informal coalition Pakatan Rakyat only managed to snatch 29 seats to form a simple majority. This time around, they manage to secure 51 out of 56 seats and 63.37% of popular votes, of which PH state leader Azmin Ali had described as 'exceptional result, exceed my own expectations of 40 seats.'[46] People's Justice Party (PKR) and Democratic Action Party (DAP), two of the parties in the coalition won in every seats they were contesting at. The debut of new parties, Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM) and National Trust Party (AMANAH) had gone exceptionally well as they won 6 and 8 seats respectively, out of 9 and 10 seats they are competing.

The election also saw bad performance on Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition side. Not only the component parties Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC), Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) and Malaysian People's Movement Party were unable to snatch any seat in the election but United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) only managed to retained four out of their eight seats won in the previous election. Gagasan Sejahtera lost most seat to PH in the election and was only able to retained one seat, Sijangkang.

The incumbent Menteri Besar of Selangor, Azmin Ali had defended his Bukit Antarabangsa seat with over 79% popular vote and overwhelming 25,512 majority votes.[47] While GS Selangor leader, Salehen Mukhyi loses his seat in Sabak to AMANAH's Ahmad Mustain Othman with slim margin of 130 votes.[43]

Summary[edit]

Seats

  Pakatan Harapan (91.07%)
  Barisan Nasional (7.14%)
  Gagasan Sejahtera (1.79%)

Popular votes

  Pakatan Harapan (63.37%)
  Barisan Nasional (21.92%)
  Gagasan Sejahtera (14.41%)
  Other parties / independents (0.3%)
e • d Summary of the 9 May 2018 Selangor State Legislative Assembly election results
Party Candidates Vote Seats
Votes % Won % +/–
Pakatan Harapan[a] PH 56 1,303,102 63.37 51 91.07 Increase 22
People's Justice Party PKR 21 498,927 24.26 21 37.05 Increase 7
Democratic Action Party DAP 16 515,649 25.08 16 28.57 Increase 1
Malaysian United Indigenous Party PPBM 9 115,589 5.62 6 10.71 Increase 6
National Trust Party AMANAH 10 172,937 8.41 8 14.29 Increase 8
National Front[b] BN 56 450,742 21.92 4 7.14 Decrease 8
United Malays National Organisation UMNO 35 334,152 16.25 4 7.14 Decrease 8
Malaysian Indian Congress MIC 3 17,378 0.85 0 0.00 Steady
Malaysian Chinese Association MCA 14 78,781 3.83 0 0.00 Steady
Malaysian People's Movement Party Gerakan 4 20,431 0.99 0 0.00 Steady
Gagasan Sejahtera GS 49 296,250 14.41 1 1.79 Decrease 14
Malaysian Islamic Party PAS 45 286,227 13.92 1 1.79 Decrease 14
Malaysian National Alliance Party[c] IKATAN 4 10,023 0.49 0 0.00 Steady
Socialist Party of Malaysia PSM 4 2,082 0.10 0 0.00 Steady
Parti Rakyat Malaysia PRM 13 2,111 0.10 0 0.00 Steady
People's Alternative Party PAP 2 187 0.01 0 0.00 Steady
Independents IND 10 1,944 0.09 0 0.00 Steady
Valid votes 2,056,418
Invalid/blank votes 18,473
Total votes (voter turnout: 85.91%) 2,074,891 100.00 56 100.00
Did not vote 340,183
Registered voters 2,415,074
Voting age population (aged 21 years and above)  
Selangor's population[48] 6,401,100

Source: [43]

  1. ^ Contested using People's Justice Party election symbol on the ballot papers.
  2. ^ Contested using dacing election symbol on the ballot papers.
  3. ^ Contested using green moon election symbol on the ballot papers in the election.

Seats that changed allegiance[edit]

No. Seat Previous Party (2013) Current Party (2018)
N02 Selangor Sabak Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N07 Selangor Batang Kali Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU)
N09 Selangor Permatang Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N10 Selangor Bukit Melawati Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N12 Selangor Jeram Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU)
N13 Selangor Kuang Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU)
N15 Selangor Taman Templer Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N17 Selangor Gombak Setia Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N18 Selangor Hulu Kelang Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N20 Selangor Lembah Jaya Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N21 Selangor Pandan Indah Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N23 Selangor Dusun Tua Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (DAP)
N24 Selangor Semenyih Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU)
N26 Selangor Sungai Ramal Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N29 Selangor Seri Serdang Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N38 Selangor Paya Jaras Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N39 Selangor Kota Damansara Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N42 Selangor Meru Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N44 Selangor Selat Klang Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU)
N53 Selangor Morib Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (AMANAH)
N54 Selangor Tanjong Sepat Gagasan Sejahtera (PAS) Pakatan Harapan (PKR)
N55 Selangor Dengkil Barisan Nasional (UMNO) Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU)

Aftermath[edit]

As the results were announced in the evening of 9 May, it is recognised that Pakatan Harapan had won a super majority in Selangor state, securing the third term for the coalition the govern the state.[2]

Azmin Ali, as the leader of Pakatan Harapan of Selangor, had seek audience with Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah on the morning of 10 May to informed His Royal Highness of the result. In the meeting, Azmin also informed the Sultan that Pakatan Harapan of Selangor had announced their support for him to be the returning Menteri Besar. Sultan Sharafuddin is satisfied with the explanation and elected Azmin as the Menteri Besar of Selangor.[19] He was sworn in on the morning of 11 May in front of the Sultan, Tengku Permaisuri Norashikin and members of Selangor Council of the Royal Court at Balairung Seri, Istana Alam Shah.[20] On 13 May, Azmin submitted a list of candidates of Selangor State Executive Council to the Sultan to be considered.[49] The ruler of the state is satisfied with the candidates and they were sworn in at Istana Alam Shah on the next day. In the same ceremony, Sultan Sharafuddin delivered his first address after the general election. His royal highness expressed his disappointment over the fractions among the Malays during the election campaign and encouraged the people to reunite once again. The sultan also reminded the elected state representatives to serve the people well and not to involve themselves with corruption.[50]

In a twist of event, the then Menteri Besar's name was announced as one of the ministers of the newly formed federal government. He was named to head the newly established Ministry of Economic Affairs on 18 May 2018.[51] He was reportedly surprised by the nomination and had only known of it from Selangor State Secretary, Mohd. Amin Ahmad Ahya.[52] He then arranges a meeting with the Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad to discuss his role in the government.[53] Azmin seek audience again with the Sultan of Selangor to discuss the situation since he didn't want to hold the post Menteri Besar and Minister of Economic Affairs at the same time. Selangor Royal Office then released a statement saying that the Sultan had given permission for Azmin to join the federal government and that he will held the Menteri Besar post for the time being while the Sultan consider several candidates to replace him.[54]

On 30 May, Selangor Royal Office released a statement announcing that the swearing in ceremony of the new Menteri Besar will be held on 19 June, after Eid-ul Fitr and Azmin Ali will released his position on the same day.[55] Amirudin Shari, the seat holder of Sungai Tua state constituency and a member of Selangor State Executive Council was appointed as the new Selangor Menteri Besar by the Sultan. His swearing in ceremony was held at Istana Alam Shah on 19 June per scheduled.[56]

See also[edit]

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