Bachok (federal constituency)

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Bachok
Kelantan constituency
Federal constituency
LegislatureDewan Rakyat
MP
 
 
 
Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz
PAS
Constituency created1958
First contested1959
Last contested2018

Bachok is a federal constituency in Kelantan, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1959.

The federal constituency was created in the 1958 redistribution and is mandated to return a single member to the Dewan Rakyat under the first past the post voting system.

History[edit]

2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Senak, Wakaf Aik, Tawang, Beris Gajah Mati, Anak Tembesu, Kampung Tok Jawa, Telok Mesira, Pauh Sembilan, Tok Belian, Tanjong Jering, Beris, Tanjong Pauh, Paya Teratai, Bekelam, Chap, Bukit Marak, Kubang Golok, Perupok, Kampung Sungai, Pantai Damat, Kampung Kemudi, Kampung Nipah, Pantai Irama, Padang China, Kuau, Badak, Melawi, Kampung Sungai Dua, Tangok, Rusa, Telong, Kandis, Jelawat Tengah, Kampung Bator, Kuchelong, Kedai Pauh Lima, Teratak Pulai, Seneng, Telaga Ara, Keting, Gunong, Alor Bakat, Mahligai, Pak Badol, Serdang, Kolam, Kubang Telaga, Kampung Bakong, Kampung Redang, Beris Lalang.

2016–present:[1] The constituency contains the polling districts of Senak, Wakaf Aik, Tawang, Beris Gajah Mati, Anak Tembesu, Kampung Tok Jawa, Telok Mesira, Pauh Sembilan, Tok Belian, Tanjong Jering, Beris, Tanjong Pauh, Paya Teratai, Bekelam, Chap, Bukit Marak, Kubang Golok, Perupok, Kampung Sungai, Pantai Damat, Kampung Kemudi, Kampung Nipah, Pantai Irama, Padang China, Kuau, Badak, Melawi, Kampung Sungai Dua, Tangok, Rusa, Telong, Kandis, Jelawat Tengah, Kampung Bator, Kuchelong, Kedai Pauh Lima, Teratak Pulai, Seneng, Telaga Ara, Keting, Gunong, Alor Bakat, Mahligai, Pak Badol, Serdang, Kolam, Kubang Telaga, Kampung Bakong, Kampung Redang, Beris Lalang.

Representation history[edit]

Members of Parliament for Bachok
Parliament Years Member Party
Constituency created
Parliament of the Federation of Malaya
1st 1959-1963 Zulkiflee Muhammad PMIP
Parliament of Malaysia
1st 1963-1964 Zulkiflee Muhammad PMIP
2nd 1964
1964-1969 Abu Bakar Hamzah
1969-1971 Parliament was suspended[2][3]
3rd 1971-1973 Mohd. Zain Abdullah PMIP
1973-1974 BN
4th 1974-1978
5th 1978-1982 PAS
6th 1982-1986
7th 1986-1990 BN
8th 1990-1995 Buniyamin Yaakob PAS
9th 1995-1999
10th 1999-2004 Wan Nik Wan Yusoff
11th 2004-2008 Awang Adek Hussin BN
12th 2008-2013 Nasharudin Mat Isa PAS
13th 2013-2018 Ahmad Marzuk Shaary
14th 2018-present Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz

Election results[edit]

Malaysian general election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz 36,188 48.93
BN Awang Adek Hussin 32,896 44.48
PH Zulkifli Zakaria 4,880 6.60
Total valid votes 73,964 100.00
Total rejected ballots 1,148
Unreturned ballots 833
Turnout 75,945 82.01
Registered electors 92,606
Majority 3,292 4.45
PAS hold Swing
Source(s)

"His Majesty's Government Gazette - Notice of Contested Election, Parliament for the State of Kelantan [P.U. (B) 234/2018]" (PDF). Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia. 3 May 2018. Retrieved 2018-08-01.

"Federal Government Gazette - Results of Contested Election and Statements of the Poll after the Official Addition of Votes, Parliamentary Constituencies for the State of Kelantan [P.U. (B) 308/2018]" (PDF). Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia. 28 May 2018. Retrieved 2018-08-01.
Malaysian general election, 2013
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Ahmad Marzuk Shaary 35,419 50.14 - 2.51
BN Awang Adek Hussin 35,218 49.86 + 2.51
Total valid votes 70,637 100.00
Total rejected ballots 947
Unreturned ballots 208
Turnout 71,792 88.02
Registered electors 81,566
Majority 201 0.28
PAS hold Swing
Malaysian general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Nasharudin Mat Isa 28,835 52.65 + 4.39
BN Awang Adek Hussin 25,934 47.35 - 4.39
Total valid votes 54,769 100.00
Total rejected ballots 811
Unreturned ballots 144
Turnout 55,724 85.98
Registered electors 64,808
Majority 2,901 5.30
PAS gain from BN Swing ?
Malaysian general election, 2004
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Awang Adek Hussin 23,341 51.74 + 14.18
PAS Wan Nik Wan Yusoff 21,774 48.26 - 14.18
Total valid votes 45,115 100.00
Total rejected ballots 893
Unreturned ballots 327
Turnout 46,335 83.76
Registered electors 55,318
Majority 1,567 3.48
BN gain from PAS Swing ?
Malaysian general election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Wan Nik Wan Yusoff 24,637 62.44 + 5.82
BN Azaki Ishak 14,820 37.56 - 5.82
Total valid votes 39,457 100.00
Total rejected ballots 922
Unreturned ballots 231
Turnout 40,610 79.06
Registered electors 51,366
Majority 9,817 24.88
PAS hold Swing
Malaysian general election, 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Buniyamin Yaakob 21,336 56.62 - 9.81
BN Zaiyadi Awang Noh Ke 16,346 43.38 + 9.81
Total valid votes 37,682 100.00
Total rejected ballots 1,267
Unreturned ballots 141
Turnout 39,090 78.21
Registered electors 49,980
Majority 4,990 13.24
PAS hold Swing
Malaysian general election, 1990
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Buniyamin Yaakob 24,772 66.43 + 16.84
BN Mohd. Zain Abdullah 12,518 33.57 - 16.84
Total valid votes 37,290 100.00
Total rejected ballots 803
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 38,093 82.07
Registered electors 46,415
Majority 12,254 32.86
PAS gain from BN Swing ?
Malaysian general election, 1986
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Mohd. Zain Abdullah 16,617 50.41
PAS Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat 16,347 49.59
Total valid votes 32,964 100.00
Total rejected ballots 663
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 33,627 80.08
Registered electors 41,992
Majority 270 0.82
BN gain from PAS Swing ?
Malaysian general election, 1982
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Mohd. Zain Abdullah 15,925 52.08
BN Ghazali Awang Ibrahim 14,651 47.92
Total valid votes 30,576 100.00
Total rejected ballots 767
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 31,343 83.39
Registered electors 37,586
Majority 1,274
PAS hold Swing
Malaysian general election, 1978
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PAS Mohd. Zain Abdullah 12,469 50.72
BN Hassan Harun 12,113 49.28
Total valid votes 24,582 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors 31,256
Majority 356
PAS gain from BN Swing ?
Malaysian general election, 1974
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
On the nomination day, Mohd. Zain Abdullah won uncontested.
BN Mohd. Zain Abdullah
Total valid votes 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors 32,252
Majority
BN gain from PMIP Swing ?
Malaysian general election, 1969
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PMIP Mohd. Zain Abdullah 13,069 54.43
Alliance Ahmad Idris 10,943 45.57
Total valid votes 24,012 100.00
Total rejected ballots 731
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 24,743 79.07
Registered electors 31,293
Majority 2,126
PMIP hold Swing

Malaysian general by-election, 27 June 1964
Upon the death of incumbent, Zulkiflee Muhammad
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PMIP Abu Bakar Hamzah 11,900 57.88
Alliance Abdul Ghani Fikri Sulaiman 8,661 42.12
Total valid votes 20,561 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors
Majority 3,239
PMIP hold Swing
Malaysian general election, 1964
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PMIP Zulkiflee Muhammad 12,659 60.46
Alliance Hassan Mohamed 8,278 39.54
Total valid votes 20,937 100.00
Total rejected ballots 936
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 21,873 83.25
Registered electors 26,274
Majority 4,381
PMIP hold Swing
Malayan general election, 1959
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
PMIP Zulkiflee Muhammad 13,880 78.68
Alliance Nik Mohamed Ali 3,761 21.32
Total valid votes 17,641 100.00
Total rejected ballots 231
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 17,872 70.41
Registered electors 25,382
Majority 10,119
This was a new constituency created.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Federal Government Gazette - Notice of Polling Districts and Polling Centres for the Federal Constituencies and State Constituencies of the States of Malaya [P.U. (B) 197/2016]" (PDF). Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia. 29 April 2016. Retrieved 2016-06-19.
  2. ^ Ahmad Fauzi Mustafa (2012-03-12). "Hanya Yang di-Pertuan Agong ada kuasa panggil Parlimen bersidang". Utusan Online. Archived from the original on 2016-06-04. Retrieved 2016-05-18.
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