Kinabatangan (federal constituency)

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Kinabatangan (P187)
Sabah constituency
PRN Sabah 2020.svg
Federal constituency
LegislatureDewan Rakyat
MP
 
 
 
Bung Moktar Radin
BN
Constituency created1966
First contested1969
Last contested2018
Demographics
Electors (2020)[1]30,466
Area (km²)18,068

Kinabatangan is a federal constituency in Sandakan Division (Tongod District, Kinabatangan District and Beluran District), Sabah, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1971.

The federal constituency was created in the 1966 redistribution and is mandated to return a single member to the Dewan Rakyat under the first past the post voting system. It's the second largest federal constituency in Malaysia behind Hulu Rajang.

Demographics[edit]

Ethnic breakdown of Kinabatangan's electorate as of 2018[2]

  Muslim bumiputera (72.48%)
  Non-muslim bumiputera (26.47%)
  Chinese (0.56%)
  Other ethnicities (0.49%)

History[edit]

Polling districts[edit]

According to the gazette issued on 24 September 2019, the Kinabatangan constituency has a total of 27 polling districts.[3]

State constituency Polling Districts Code Location
Kuamut(N57) Mananam 187/57/01 SK Menanam
Sogo-Sogo 187/57/02 SK Sogo-Sogo
Entilibon 187/57/03 SK Entilibon
Karamuak 187/57/04 SK Karamuak
Kuamut 187/57/05 SK Kuamut
Tongod 187/57/06 SK Pekan Tongod
Penangah 187/57/07 SK Penangah
Masaum 187/57/08 SK Masaum
Inarad 187/57/09 SK Inarad
Saguan 187/57/10 SK Saguon
Lamag(N58) Buang Sayang 187/58/01 SK Buang Sayang
Bukit Garam 187/58/02 SMK Bukit Garam
Lamag 187/58/03 SK Sangau
Balat 187/58/04 SK Balat
Kota Kinabatangan 187/58/05 SK Kota Kinabatangan
Usaha Jaya 187/58/06 SMK Bukit Garam II
Sukau(N59) Tanjung Aru 187/59/01 SK Tanjung Aru
Mumiang 187/59/02 Dewan Kampung Mumiang
Lubukan 187/59/03 Balai Raya Pulau Lubukan
Suan Lamba 187/59/04 SK Kuala Suan Lamba
Batu Puteh 187/59/05 SK Batu Puteh
Paris 187/59/06 SK Paris
Bilit 187/59/07 SK Bilit
Sukau 187/59/08 SK Sukau
Abai 187/59/09 SK Abai
Tundun Bohangin 187/59/10 SK Tundun Bohangin
Lintang 187/59/11 SK Lintang

Representation history[edit]

Members of Parliament for Kinabatangan
Parliament Years Member Party
Constituency created
1969-1971 Parliament was suspended[4][5]
3rd 1971-1973 Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar USNO
1973-1974 BN (USNO)
4th 1974-1978
5th 1978-1982 Abdul Ghani Misbah BN (BERJAYA)
6th 1982-1986
7th 1986-1990 Pitting Mohd. Ali BN (USNO)
8th 1990-1995 Juhar Mahiruddin BN (UMNO)
9th 1995-1999
10th 1999-2004 Bung Moktar Radin
11th 2004-2008
12th 2008-2013
13th 2013-2018
14th 2018–present

State constituency[edit]

Parliamentary
constituency
State constituency
1967–1974 1974–1986 1986–1995 1995–2004 2004–2020 2020–present
Kinabatangan Lamag Lamag
Kuala Kinabatangan
Kuamut
Sekong
Sukau

Current state assembly members[edit]

No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
N57 Kuamut Masiung Banah IND
N58 Lamag Bung Moktar Radin BN (UMNO)
N59 Sukau Jafry Ariffin

Local governments[edit]

No. State Constituency Local Government
N57 Kuamut Tongod District Council
Kinabatangan District Council
N58 Lamag Tongod District Council
Kinabatangan District Council
Beluran District Council
N59 Sukau Kinabatangan District Council

Election results[edit]

Malaysian general election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Bung Moktar Radin 14,465 67.22 - 2.02
WARISAN M A Ghazali Abdul Ghani 4,987 23.18 + 23.18
PHRS Mustapa Datu Tambuyong 2,066 9.60 + 9.60
Total valid votes 21,518 100.00
Total rejected ballots 661
Unreturned ballots 78
Turnout 22,257 77.47
Registered electors 28,730
Majority 9,478 44.05
BN hold Swing
Source(s)

"His Majesty's Government Gazette - Notice of Contested Election, Parliament for the State of Sabah [P.U. (B) 246/2018]" (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 Sabah [P.U. (B) 320/2018]" (PDF). Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia. 28 May 2018. Retrieved 2018-08-01.
Malaysian general election, 2013
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Bung Moktar Radin 13,377 69.29
PKR Abdullah Abdul Sani 3,646 18.89
STAR Yambuya Parantis @ Cyril Pongod 1,153 5.97
Independent Ali Latip Taha 1,130 5.85
Total valid votes 19,306 100.00
Total rejected ballots 654
Unreturned ballots 37
Turnout 19,997 80.80
Registered electors 24,748
Majority 9,731
BN hold Swing
Malaysian general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Bung Moktar Radin 8,507 69.71
PKR Ahmad Abdul 2,181 17.87
Independent Dasim @ Ricky Jikah 1,515 12.41
Total valid votes 12,203 100.00
Total rejected ballots 589
Unreturned ballots 22
Turnout 12,814 65.53
Registered electors 19,554
Majority 6,326
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 2004
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
On the nomination day, Bung Moktar Radin won uncontested.
BN Bung Moktar Radin
Total valid votes 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors
Majority
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Bung Moktar Radin 8,141 65.72
PBS Ali Latip Taha 4,246 34.28
Total valid votes 12,387 100.00
Total rejected ballots 210
Unreturned ballots 19
Turnout 12,616 58.84
Registered electors
Majority 3,895
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Juhar Mahiruddin 6,431 58.66
PBS Abdul Malek Chua 4,533 41.34
Total valid votes 10,964 100.00
Total rejected ballots 234
Unreturned ballots 4
Turnout 11,202 58.46
Registered electors
Majority 1,898
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1990
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Juhar Mahiruddin 5,473 50.77
Independent Miyong Hamzah 5,308 49.23
Total valid votes 10,781 100.00
Total rejected ballots 129
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 10,910 40.07
Registered electors
Majority 165
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1986
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Pitting Mohd. Ali 3,273 40.19
BERJAYA Abdul Malek Chua 2,539 31.18
Independent Nahalan Damsal 2,183 26.81
Independent Ismail Talip 149 1.83
Total valid votes 8,144 100.00
Total rejected ballots 109
Unreturned ballots
Turnout 8,253 43.48
Registered electors 18,979
Majority 734
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1982
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
On the nomination day, Abdul Ghani Misbah won uncontested.
BN Abdul Ghani Misbah
Total valid votes 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors 15,827
Majority
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1978
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
BN Abdul Ghani Misbah 4,935 64.08
Independent Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar 2,766 35.92
Total valid votes 7,701 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors 12,878
Majority 2,169
BN hold Swing


Malaysian general election, 1974
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
On the nomination day, Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar won uncontested.
BN Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar
Total valid votes 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors 10,969
Majority
BN gain from USNO Swing ?


Malaysian general election, 1969
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
On the nomination day, Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar won uncontested.
USNO Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar
Total valid votes 100.00
Total rejected ballots
Unreturned ballots
Turnout
Registered electors 11,672
Majority
This was a new constituency created.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Electoral Roll for the 14th Malaysian General Election Updated as of 10 April 2018" (PDF) (in Malay). Election Commission of Malaysia. 10 April 2018. p. 42. Retrieved 2020-01-29.
  2. ^ "14th General Election Malaysia (GE14 / PRU14) - Results Overview". election.thestar.com.my. Retrieved 2020-06-20.
  3. ^ "His Majesty's Government Gazette - Notice of Contested Election, Parliament for the State of Sabah [P.U. (B) 246/2018]" (PDF). Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia. 12 February 2016. Retrieved 2016-07-10.
  4. ^ 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 2016-05-19.
  5. ^ "www.parlimen.gov.my" (PDF). Retrieved 2016-05-19.