Ismail Mohamed Said

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Ismail Mohamed Said

اسماعيل بن محمد سعيد
Deputy Speaker of the Malaysian House of Representatives
In office
24 June 2013 – 10 May 2018
Serving with Ronald Kiandee
Preceded byWan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar
Succeeded byMohd Rashid Hasnon
Nga Kor Ming
Member of the Malaysian Parliament
for Kuala Krau, Pahang
Assumed office
2004
Preceded byConstituency established
Personal details
Born
Ismail bin Mohamed Said

(1965-09-07) 7 September 1965 (age 53)
Pahang, Malaysia
Political partyUMNO
Other political
affiliations
Barisan Nasional
Spouse(s)Nor Azimah Abd. Mubin
OccupationPolitician

Dato' Sri Dr. Haji Ismail bin Mohamed Said (Jawi: اسماعيل بن محمد سعيد; born 7 September 1965) is a Malaysian politician and the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Kuala Krau constituency in Pahang. He is a member of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party in the governing Barisan Nasional coalition.[1] He also former chairman of Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional.

Ismail was elected to Parliament in the 2004 election, winning the UMNO-held seat of Kuala Krau, and was re-elected in 2008 and 2013.[2] Before entering Parliament, Ismail was an official in UMNO's youth wing and operated a law firm in Temerloh.[3]

Election results[edit]

Parliament of Malaysia: P87 Kuala Krau, Pahang[2]
Year Votes Pct Opponent(s) Votes Pct
2004 Ismail Mohamed Said (UMNO) 16,021 64% Musaniff Ab Rahman (PAS) 8,670 34%
2008 Ismail Mohamed Said (UMNO) 16,165 59% Kamal Ashaari (PAS) 10,900 40%
2013 Ismail Mohamed Said (UMNO) 21,575 57% Shahril Azman Abd Halim (PAS) 15,370 41%
2018 Ismail Mohamed Said (UMNO) 18,058 47% Kamal Ashaari (PAS) 15,182 40%
Mohd Rafidee Hassim (PPBM) 5,071 13%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ismail bin Haji Mohamed Said, Y.B. Dato' Haji" (in Malay). Parliament of Malaysia. Retrieved 12 July 2010.
  2. ^ a b "Malaysia Decides 2008 (including 2004 results)". The Star (Malaysia). Archived from the original on 11 January 2010. Retrieved 9 January 2010.
  3. ^ "Cool opposition reception good news for BN". Utusan. 20 March 2004. Retrieved 9 January 2010.