List of Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2018–)

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List of Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2013–18)
List of Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2018–)

The following are the members of the Dewan Undangan Negeri or state assemblies, elected in the 2018 state elections which was part of the 2018 Malaysian general elections. Also included are the list of the Sarawak state assembly members who were elected in 2016.[1]

Name Member (with seat) Ideology Leader(s) 2018 result
Votes (%) Seats State Seats
PH Pakatan Harapan
Alliance of Hope
PKR · DAP · BERSATU · AMANAH Reformism / Progressivism Dr. Mahathir Mohamad 45.68
113 / 222
226 / 505
BN Barisan Nasional
National Front
UMNO · MCA · MIC (quitted PBB · PRS · PDP · SUPP · PBS · PBRS · UPKO) National conservatism Mohd. Najib Abdul Razak 33.77
79 / 222
166 / 505
GS Gagasan Sejahtera
Ideas of Prosperity
PAS Islamic conservatism Abdul Hadi Awang 16.90
18 / 222
90 / 505
WARISAN Sabah Heritage Party
Parti Warisan Sabah
allied parties with Pakatan Harapan Regionalism Mohd. Shafie Apdal 2.32
8 / 222
21 / 505
STAR Homeland Solidarity Party
Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku
N/A Regionalism Dr. Jeffrey G. Kitingan 0.18
1 / 222
2 / 505
Independents and Other Parties 1.15
3 / 222
0 / 505

Composition[edit]

Results of the 14th Malaysian general election (State)[edit]

Results of the 14th Malaysian general election (State)
10 May 2018
State legislative
assemblies
# of
seats
Simple
majority
PKR
seats
BN
seats
PAS
seats
WARISAN
seats
DAP
seats
STAR
seats
Ind
seats
Perlis Perlis 15 8 3 10 2 0 0 0 0
Kedah Kedah 36 19 18 3 15 0 0 0 0
Kelantan Kelantan 45 23 0 8 37 0 0 0 0
Terengganu Terengganu 32 17 0 10 22 0 0 0 0
Penang Penang 40 21 37 2 1 0 0 0 0
Perak Perak 59 30 29 27 3 0 0 0 0
Pahang Pahang 42 22 9 25 8 0 0 0 0
Selangor Selangor 56 29 51 4 1 0 0 0 0
Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan 36 19 20 16 0 0 0 0 0
Malacca Malacca 28 15 15 13 0 0 0 0 0
Johor Johor 56 29 36 19 1 0 0 0 0
Sabah Sabah 60 31 2 29 0 21 6 2 0
Total 505 220 166 90 21 6 2 0

Current composition[edit]

Composition as of 13 April 2019
State legislative
assemblies
# of
seats
Simple
majority
PH
seats
WARISAN
seats
UPKO
seats
BN
seats
GS
seats
GPS
seats
GBS
seats
PSB
seats
IND
seats
VAC
seats
 Perlis 15 8 3 0 0 9 2 0 0 0 1 0
 Kedah 36 19 19 0 0 2 15 0 0 0 0 0
 Kelantan 45 23 1 0 0 7 37 0 0 0 0 0
 Terengganu 32 17 0 0 0 10 22 0 0 0 0 0
 Penang 40 21 37 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0
 Perak 59 30 30 0 0 25 3 0 0 0 1 0
 Pahang 42 22 9 0 0 25 8 0 0 0 0 0
 Selangor 56 29 50 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0
 Negeri Sembilan 36 19 20 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0
 Malacca 28 15 15 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0
 Johor 56 29 39 0 0 16 1 0 0 0 0 0
 Sabah 60 31 17 30 4 1 0 0 8 0 0 0
 Sarawak 82 42 10 0 0 0 0 67 0 5 0 0
Total 587 250 30 4 131 90 67 8 5 2 0

Perlis[edit]

14th Perlis State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionPerlis
Meeting placePerlis State Assembly Complex, Kangar
Term20 July 2018[2] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentPerlis State Executive Council
Websitewww.perlis.gov.my
PerlisDUN0618.svg
Members15
SpeakerHamdan Bahari
Deputy SpeakerMohd Shukri Ramli
SecretarySyed Omar Sharifuddin
Government LeaderAzlan Man
Opposition LeaderAsrul Nizan Abd Jalil
Party controlBarisan Nasional
Sovereign
RajaTuanku Syed Sirajuddin
Sessions
1st20 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
BN 9 | PH 3 | GS 2 | IND 1
N1 Titi Tinggi Teh Chai Aan
(EXCO Member)
BN (MCA)
N2 Beseri Ruzaini Rais
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N3 Chuping Asmaiza Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N4 Mata Ayer Siti Berenee Yahaya
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N5 Santan Azizan Sulaiman
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N6 Bintong Azlan Man
(Menteri Besar)
BN (UMNO)
N7 Sena Asrul Nizan Abd. Jalil
(Opposition Leader)
PH (PKR)
N8 Indera Kayangan Gan Ay Ling PH (PKR)
N9 Kuala Perlis Nor Azam Karap PH (PKR)
N10 Kayang Hamizan Hassan
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N11 Pauh Rozieana Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N12 Tambun Tulang Ismail Kassim[N 1][3] IND
N13 Guar Sanji Mohd. Ridzuan Hashim GS (PAS)
N14 Simpang Empat Nurulhisham Yaakob
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N15 Sanglang Mohd. Shukri Ramli
(Deputy Speaker)
GS (PAS)

Kedah[edit]

14th Kedah State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionKedah
Meeting placeWisma Darul Aman, Alor Setar
Term4 July 2018[4] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentKedah State Executive Council
Websitemmk.kedah.gov.my
KedahState.svg
Members36
SpeakerAhmad Kassim
Deputy SpeakerJohari Bulat
SecretaryIqbal Ahmad
Government LeaderMukhriz Mahathir
Opposition LeaderMuhammad Sanusi Md. Nor
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
SultanSultan Sallehuddin
Sessions
1st4 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 19 | GS 15 | BN 2
N1 Ayer Hangat Juhari Bulat
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (BERSATU)
N2 Kuah Mohd. Firdaus Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N3 Kota Siputeh Salmee Said
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N4 Ayer Hitam Azhar Ibrahim GS (PAS)
N5 Bukit Kayu Hitam Halimaton Shaadiah Saad
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N6 Jitra Mukhriz Mahathir
(Menteri Besar)
PH (BERSATU)
N7 Kuala Nerang Mohamad Yusoff Zakaria GS (PAS)
N8 Pedu Mohd. Radzi Md. Amin GS (PAS)
N9 Bukit Lada Salim Mahmood GS (PAS)
N10 Bukit Pinang Romani Wan Salim GS (PAS)
N11 Derga Tan Kok Yew
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N12 Suka Menanti Zamri Yusuf
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N13 Kota Darul Aman Teh Swee Leong PH (DAP)
N14 Alor Mengkudu Phahrolrazi Mohd. Zawawi PH (AMANAH)
N15 Anak Bukit Amiruddin Hamzah PH (BERSATU)
N16 Kubang Rotan Mohd. Asmirul Anuar Aris
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N17 Pengkalan Kundor Ismail Salleh
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N18 Tokai Mohd. Hayati Othman GS (PAS)
N19 Sungai Tiang Suraya Yaacob BN (UMNO)
N20 Sungai Limau Mohd. Azam Abd. Samat GS (PAS)
N21 Guar Chempedak Ku Abdul Rahman Ku Ismail[N 2][5][6] PH (BERSATU)
N22 Gurun Johari Abdul PH (PKR)
N23 Belantek Mad Isa Shafie GS (PAS)
N24 Jeneri Muhammad Sanusi Md. Nor
(Opposition Leader)
GS (PAS)
N25 Bukit Selambau Summugam Rengasamy
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N26 Tanjong Dawai Hanif Ghazali GS (PAS)
N27 Pantai Merdeka Ahmad Fadzli Hashim GS (PAS)
N28 Bakar Arang Ooi Tze Min
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N29 Sidam Ling Kui Ee PH (PKR)
N30 Bayu Abd. Nasir Idris GS (PAS)
N31 Kupang Najmi Ahmad GS (PAS)
N32 Kuala Ketil Mansor Zakaria GS (PAS)
N33 Merbau Pulas Siti Aishah Ghazali GS (PAS)
N34 Lunas Azman Nasrudin
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N35 Kulim Yeo Keng Chuan PH (PKR)
N36 Bandar Baharu Norsabrina Mohd. Noor BN (UMNO)

Kelantan[edit]

14th Kelantan State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionKelantan
Meeting placeKota Darul Naim, Kota Bharu
Term28 June 2018[7] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentKelantan State Executive Council
Websitewww.kelantan.gov.my
DUN Kelantan.svg
Members45
SpeakerAbdullah Ya'kub
Deputy SpeakerAbd Fattah Mahmood
SecretaryMohd Zaika Yamani Ibrahim
Government LeaderAhmad Yakob
Opposition LeaderMd Alwi Che Ahmad
Party controlMalaysian Islamic Party
Sovereign
SultanSultan Muhammad V
Sessions
1st28 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
GS 37 | BN 7 | PH 1
N1 Pengkalan Kubor Wan Roslan Wan Hamat
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N2 Kelaboran Mohd. Adenan Hassan GS (PAS)
N3 Pasir Pekan Ahmad Yakob
(Menteri Besar)
GS (PAS)
N4 Wakaf Bharu Mohd. Rusli Abdullah GS (PAS)
N5 Kijang Izani Husin
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N6 Chempaka Ahmad Fathan Mahmood GS (PAS)
N7 Panchor Nik Mohd. Amar Nik Abdullah
(Deputy Menteri Besar)
GS (PAS)
N8 Tanjong Mas Rohani Ibrahim GS (PAS)
N9 Kota Lama Anuar Tan Abdullah @ Tan Teng Loon GS (PAS)
N10 Bunut Payong Ramli Mamat GS (PAS)
N11 Tendong Rozi Muhamad GS (PAS)
N12 Pengkalan Pasir Hanifa Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N13 Meranti Mohd. Nassurruddin Daud
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N14 Chetok Zuraidin Abdullah GS (PAS)
N15 Gual Periok Mohamad Awang GS (PAS)
N16 Apam Putra Abdul Rasul Mohamed GS (PAS)
N17 Salor Saiful Adli Abu Bakar GS (PAS)
N18 Pasir Tumboh Abd. Rahman Yunus GS (PAS)
N19 Demit Mumtaz Md. Nawi
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N20 Tawang Hassan Mohamood GS (PAS)
N21 Pantai Irama Mohd. Huzaimy Che Husin GS (PAS)
N22 Jelawat Abdul Azziz Kadir GS (PAS)
N23 Melor Md. Yusnan Yusof GS (PAS)
N24 Kadok Azami Mohd. Nor
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N25 Kok Lanas Md. Alwi Che Ahmad
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N26 Bukit Panau Abd Fattah Mahmood
(Deputy Speaker)
GS (PAS)
N27 Gual Ipoh Bakri Mustapha BN (UMNO)
N28 Kemahang Md. Anizam Ab. Rahman
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N29 Selising Tuan Mohd. Sharipudin Tuan Ismail
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N30 Limbongan Mohd. Nazlan Mohamed Hasbullah GS (PAS)
N31 Semerak Wan Hassan Wan Ibrahim GS (PAS)
N32 Gaal Mohd. Rodzi Ja'afar GS (PAS)
N33 Pulai Chondong Azhar Salleh GS (PAS)
N34 Temangan Mohamed Fadzli Hassan
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N35 Kemuning Mohd. Roseli Ismail GS (PAS)
N36 Bukit Bunga Mohd. Adhan Kechik BN (UMNO)
N37 Air Lanas Mustapa Mohamed PH (BERSATU)
N38 Kuala Balah Abd Aziz Derashid BN (UMNO)
N39 Mengkebang Muhammad Mat Sulaiman GS (PAS)
N40 Guchil Hilmi Abdullah GS (PAS)
N41 Manek Urai Mohd. Fauzi Abdullah GS (PAS)
N42 Dabong Ku Mohd. Zaki Ku Hussien GS (PAS)
N43 Nenggiri Ab. Aziz Yusoff BN (UMNO)
N44 Paloh Amran Arifin BN (UMNO)
N45 Galas Mohd. Syahbuddin Hashim BN (UMNO)

Terengganu[edit]

14th Terengganu State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionTerengganu
Meeting placeWisma Darul Iman, Kuala Terengganu
Term1 July 2018[8] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentTerengganu State Executive Council
Websitewww.terengganu.gov.my
DUN Terengganu.svg
Members32
SpeakerYahaya Ali
Deputy SpeakerVacant
SecretaryZulkifli Isa
Government LeaderAhmad Samsuri Mokhtar
Opposition LeaderAhmad Said
Party controlMalaysian Islamic Party
Sovereign
SultanSultan Mizan Zainal Abidin
Sessions
1st1 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
GS 22 | BN 10
N1 Kuala Besut Tengku Zaihan Che Ku Abd. Rahman BN (UMNO)
N2 Kota Putera Mohd. Nurkhuzaini Ab. Rahman
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N3 Jertih Muhammad Pehimi Yusof BN (UMNO)
N4 Hulu Besut Nawi Mohamad BN (UMNO)
N5 Jabi Azman Ibrahim
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N6 Permaisuri Abd. Halim Jusoh BN (UMNO)
N7 Langkap Sabri Mohd. Noor BN (UMNO)
N8 Batu Rakit Bazlan Abd. Rahman BN (UMNO)
N9 Tepuh Hishamuddin Abd. Karim GS (PAS)
N10 Buluh Gading Ridzuan Hashim GS (PAS)
N11 Seberang Takir Ahmad Razif Abd. Rahman BN (UMNO)
N12 Bukit Tunggal Alias Razak
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N13 Wakaf Mempelam Wan Shukairi Wan Abdullah
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N14 Bandar Ahmad Shah Muhamed GS (PAS)
N15 Ladang Tengku Hassan Tengku Omar
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N16 Batu Buruk Muhammad Khalil Abd. Hadi GS (PAS)
N17 Alur Limbat Ariffin Deraman
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N18 Bukit Payung Mohd. Nor Hamzah
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N19 Ru Rendang Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar
(Menteri Besar)
GS (PAS)
N20 Pengkalan Berangan Sulaiman Sulong GS (PAS)
N21 Telemung Rozi Mamat BN (UMNO)
N22 Manir Hilmi Harun GS (PAS)
N23 Kuala Berang Mamad Puteh
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N24 Ajil Maliaman Kassim GS (PAS)
N25 Bukit Besi Roslee Daud BN (UMNO)
N26 Rantau Abang Alias Harun GS (PAS)
N27 Sura Wan Hapandi Wan Nik GS (PAS)
N28 Paka Satiful Bahari Mamat
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N29 Kemasik Saiful Azmi Suhaili GS (PAS)
N30 Kijal Ahmad Said
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N31 Cukai Hanafiah Mat
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N32 Air Putih Ab. Razak Ibrahim GS (PAS)
Nominated member Zuraida Md. Noor[N 3][9] GS (PAS)

Penang[edit]

14th Penang State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionPenang
Meeting placePenang State Assembly Building, George Town
Term2 August 2018[10] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentPenang State Executive Council
Websitedun.penang.gov.my
DUN Penang 20180517.svg
Members40
SpeakerLaw Choo Kiang
Deputy SpeakerAmar Pritpal Abdullah
SecretaryMohd Farulizam Che Meh
Government LeaderChow Kon Yeow
Opposition LeaderMuhamad Yusoff Mohd Noor
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua NegeriAbdul Rahman Abbas
Sessions
1st2 August 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 37 | BN 2 | GS 1
N01 Penaga Mohd. Yusni Mat Piah GS (PAS)
N02 Bertam Khaliq Mehtab Mohd. Ishaq PH (BERSATU)
N03 Pinang Tunggal Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abdul Rahman
(Deputy Chief Minister)
PH (PKR)
N04 Permatang Berangan Nor Hafizah Othman BN (UMNO)
N05 Sungai Dua Muhamad Yusoff Mohd. Noor
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N06 Telok Ayer Tawar Mustafa Kamal Ahmad PH (PKR)
N07 Sungai Puyu Phee Boon Poh [zh]
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N08 Bagan Jermal Soon Lip Chee [ms]
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N09 Bagan Dalam Satees Muniandy PH (DAP)
N10 Seberang Jaya Afif Bahardin
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N11 Permatang Pasir Muhammad Faiz Mohamed Fadzil PH (AMANAH)
N12 Penanti Norlela Ariffin [ms] PH (PKR)
N13 Berapit Heng Lee Lee PH (DAP)
N14 Machang Bubok Lee Khai Loon [zh] PH (PKR)
N15 Padang Lalang Chong Eng
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N16 Perai Ramasamy Palanisamy
(Deputy Chief Minister)
PH (DAP)
N17 Bukit Tengah Gooi Hsiao-Leung PH (PKR)
N18 Bukit Tambun Goh Choon Aik PH (PKR)
N19 Jawi H’ng Mooi Lye PH (DAP)
N20 Sungai Bakap Amar Pritpal Abdullah
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
N21 Sungai Acheh Zulkifli Ibrahim PH (PKR)
N22 Tanjong Bunga Zairil Khir Johari
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N23 Air Putih Lim Guan Eng PH (DAP)
N24 Kebun Bunga Ong Khan Lee [zh] PH (PKR)
N25 Pulau Tikus Lee Chun Kit PH (DAP)
N26 Padang Kota Chow Kon Yeow
(Chief Minister)
PH (DAP)
N27 Pengkalan Kota Gooi Zi Sen PH (DAP)
N28 Komtar Teh Lai Heng PH (DAP)
N29 Datok Keramat Jagdeep Singh Deo
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N30 Sungai Pinang Lim Siew Khim [zh] PH (DAP)
N31 Batu Lancang Ong Ah Teong PH (DAP)
N32 Seri Delima Syerleena Abdul Rashid PH (DAP)
N33 Air Itam Joseph Ng Soon Seong PH (DAP)
N34 Paya Terubong Yeoh Soon Hin [zh]
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N35 Batu Uban Kumaresan Aramugam PH (PKR)
N36 Pantai Jerejak Saifuddin Nasution Ismail PH (PKR)
N37 Batu Maung Abdul Halim Hussain
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N38 Bayan Lepas Azrul Mahathir Aziz PH (AMANAH)
N39 Pulau Betong Mohd. Tuah Ismail PH (PKR)
N40 Telok Bahang Zolkifly Md. Lazim PH (BERSATU)

Perak[edit]

14th Perak State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionPerak
Meeting placeBangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan, Ipoh
Term3 July 2018[11] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentPerak State Executive Council
Websitewww.perak.gov.my
Perak State Assembly 2018.svg
Members59
SpeakerJames Ngeh Koo Ham
Deputy SpeakerAminuddin Zulkipli
SecretaryShahrul Azam Shaari
Government LeaderAhmad Faizal Azumu
Opposition LeaderSaarani Mohamad
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
SultanSultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah
Sessions
1st3 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 30 | BN 25 | GS 3 | IND 1
N1 Pengkalan Hulu Aznel Ibrahim BN (UMNO)
N2 Temenggor Salbiah Mohamed BN (UMNO)
N3 Kenering Mohd. Tarmizi Idris BN (UMNO)
N4 Kota Tampan Saarani Mohamad
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N5 Selama Mohd. Akmal Kamaruddin GS (PAS)
N6 Kubu Gajah Khalil Yahaya GS (PAS)
N7 Batu Kurau Muhammad Amin Zakaria BN (UMNO)
N8 Titi Serong Hasnul Zulkarnain Abdul Munaim
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N9 Kuala Kurau Abdul Junus Jamhari
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N10 Alor Pongsu Sham Mat Sahat BN (UMNO)
N11 Gunong Semanggol Razman Zakaria GS (PAS)
N12 Selinsing Mohamad Noor Dawoo BN (UMNO)
N13 Kuala Sepetang Mohd. Kamaruddin Abu Bakar BN (UMNO)
N14 Changkat Jering Ahmad Saidi Mohamad Daud BN (UMNO)
N15 Trong Jamilah Zakaria BN (UMNO)
N16 Kamunting Muhd. Fadhil Nuruddin PH (AMANAH)
N17 Pokok Assam Leow Thye Yih PH (DAP)
N18 Aulong Nga Kor Ming PH (DAP)
N19 Chenderoh Zainun Mat Noor BN (UMNO)
N20 Lubok Merbau Jurij Jalaluddin BN (UMNO)
N21 Lintang Mohd. Zolkafly Harun BN (UMNO)
N22 Jalong Loh Sze Yee PH (DAP)
N23 Manjoi Asmuni Awi
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N24 Hulu Kinta Muhamad Arafat Varisai Mahamad PH (PKR)
N25 Canning Jenny Choy Tsi Jen PH (DAP)
N26 Tebing Tinggi Abdul Aziz Bari
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N27 Pasir Pinji Howard Lee Chuan How
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N28 Bercham Ong Boon Piow PH (DAP)
N29 Kepayang Ko Chung Sen PH (DAP)
N30 Buntong Sivasubramaniam Athinarayanan PH (DAP)
N31 Jelapang Cheah Poh Hian PH (DAP)
N32 Menglembu Chaw Kam Foon PH (DAP)
N33 Tronoh Yong Choo Kiong
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N34 Bukit Chandan Maslin Sham Razman BN (UMNO)
N35 Manong Mohamed Zuraimi Razali BN (UMNO)
N36 Pengkalan Baharu Abd. Manap Hashim BN (UMNO)
N37 Pantai Remis Wong May Ing
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N38 Astaka Teoh Yee Chern PH (DAP)
N39 Belanja Khairudin Abu Hanipah BN (UMNO)
N40 Bota Khairul Shahril Mohamed BN (UMNO)
N41 Malim Nawar Leong Cheok Keng PH (DAP)
N42 Keranji Chong Zhemin PH (DAP)
N43 Tualang Sekah Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi[N 4][12] IND
N44 Sungai Rapat Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N45 Simpang Pulai Tan Kar Hing
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N46 Teja Ng Shy Ching PH (PKR)
N47 Chenderiang Ahmad Faizal Azumu
(Menteri Besar)
PH (BERSATU)
N48 Ayer Kuning Samsudin Abu Hassan BN (UMNO)
N49 Sungai Manik Zainol Fadzi Paharudin[N 5][13] PH (BERSATU)
N50 Kampong Gajah Wan Norashikin Wan Noordin BN (UMNO)
N51 Pasir Panjang Yahaya Mat Nor PH (AMANAH)
N52 Pangkor Zambry Abdul Kadir BN (UMNO)
N53 Rungkup Shahrul Zaman Yahya BN (UMNO)
N54 Hutan Melintang Khairuddin Tarmizi BN (UMNO)
N55 Pasir Bedamar Terence Naidu Rajan Naidu @ Rajanaidu PH (DAP)
N56 Changkat Jong Mohd. Azhar Jamaluddin BN (UMNO)
N57 Sungkai Sivanesan Achalingam
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N58 Slim Mohd. Khusairi Abdul Talib BN (UMNO)
N59 Behrang Aminuddin Zulkipli
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (AMANAH)

Pahang[edit]

14th Pahang State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionPahang
Meeting placeWisma Seri Pahang], Kuantan
Term2 July 2018[14] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentPahang State Executive Council
Websitewww.pahang.gov.my
PahangADUN2018.svg
Members42
SpeakerIshak Muhammad
Deputy SpeakerMohamed Jaafar
SecretarySyed Ahmad Khirulanwar Alyahya Syed Abdul Rahman
Government LeaderWan Rosdy Wan Ismail
Opposition LeaderVacant
Party controlBarisan Nasional
Sovereign
SultanSultan Abdullah
Sessions
1st2 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
BN 25 | PH 9 | GS 8
N1 Tanah Rata Chiong Yoke Kong PH (DAP)
N2 Jelai Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail
(Menteri Besar)
BN (UMNO)
N3 Padang Tengku Mustapa Long BN (UMNO)
N4 Cheka Lee Ah Wong BN (MCA)
N5 Benta Mohd. Soffi Abd. Razak
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N6 Batu Talam Abd. Aziz Mat Kiram
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N7 Tras Chow Yu Hui PH (DAP)
N8 Dong Shahiruddin Ab. Moin BN (UMNO)
N9 Tahan Mohd. Zakhwan Ahmad Badarddin GS (PAS)
N10 Damak Zuridan Mohd. Daud GS (PAS)
N11 Pulau Tawar Nazri Ngah
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N12 Beserah Andansura Rabu GS (PAS)
N13 Semambu Lee Chean Chung PH (PKR)
N14 Teruntum Sim Chon Siang PH (PKR)
N15 Tanjung Lumpur Rosli Abdul Jabar GS (PAS)
N16 Inderapura Shafik Fauzan Sharif BN (UMNO)
N17 Sungai Lembing Md. Sohaimi Mohamed Shah BN (UMNO)
N18 Lepar Abd. Rahim Muda
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N19 Panching Mohd. Tarmizi Yahaya GS (PAS)
N20 Pulau Manis Khairuddin Mahmud BN (UMNO)
N21 Peramu Jaya Sh. Mohamed Puzi Sh. Ali BN (UMNO)
N22 Bebar Mohd. Fakhruddin Mohd. Ariff
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N23 Chini Abu Bakar Harun BN (UMNO)
N24 Luit Mohd. Soffian Abd. Jalil GS (PAS)
N25 Kuala Sentul Shahaniza Shamsuddin
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N26 Chenor Mujibur Rahman Ishak GS (PAS)
N27 Jenderak Mohamed Jaafar
(Deputy Speaker)
BN (UMNO)
N28 Kerdau Syed Ibrahim Syed Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N29 Jengka Shahril Azman Abd. Halim GS (PAS)
N30 Mentakab Woo Chee Wan PH (DAP)
N31 Lanchang Mohd Sharkar Shamsudin
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N32 Kuala Semantan Nor Azmi Mat Ludin BN (UMNO)
N33 Bilut Lee Chin Chen PH (DAP)
N34 Ketari Young Syefura Othman PH (DAP)
N35 Sabai Kamache Doray Rajoo PH (DAP)
N36 Pelangai Adnan Yaakob BN (UMNO)
N37 Guai Norol Azali Sulaiman
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N38 Triang Leong Yu Man PH (DAP)
N39 Kemayan Mohd. Fadil Osman BN (UMNO)
N40 Bukit Ibam Samsiah Arshad BN (UMNO)
N41 Muadzam Shah Razali Kassim BN (UMNO)
N42 Tioman Mohd. Johari Hussain
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)

Selangor[edit]

14th Selangor State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionSelangor
Meeting placeBangunan Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah
Term26 June 2018[15] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentSelangor State Executive Council
Websitedewan.selangor.gov.my
DunSelangor.svg
Members56
SpeakerNg Suee Lim
Deputy SpeakerDaroyah Alwi
SecretaryMohd. Khairul Ashraff Razali
Government LeaderAmirudin Shari
Opposition LeaderRizam Ismail
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
SultanSultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah
Sessions
1st26 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 50 | BN 5 | GS 1
N1 Sungai Air Tawar Rizam Ismail
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N2 Sabak Ahmad Mustain Othman PH (AMANAH)
N3 Sungai Panjang Mohd. Imran Tamrin BN (UMNO)
N4 Sekinchan Ng Suee Lim
(Speaker)
PH (DAP)
N5 Hulu Bernam Rosni Sohar BN (UMNO)
N6 Kuala Kubu Baharu Lee Kee Hiong PH (DAP)
N7 Batang Kali Harumaini Omar PH (BERSATU)
N8 Sungai Burong Mohd. Shamsudin Lias BN (UMNO)
N9 Permatang Rozana Zainal Abidin PH (PKR)
N10 Bukit Melawati Juwairiya Zulkifli PH (PKR)
N11 Ijok Idris Ahmad PH (PKR)
N12 Jeram Mohd. Shaid Rosli PH (BERSATU)
N13 Kuang Sallehudin Amiruddin PH (BERSATU)
N14 Rawang Chua Wei Kiat PH (PKR)
N15 Taman Templer Mohd. Sany Hamzan PH (AMANAH)
N16 Sungai Tua Amirudin Shari
(Menteri Besar)
PH (PKR)
N17 Gombak Setia Hilman Idham PH (PKR)
N18 Hulu Kelang Saari Sungib PH (AMANAH)
N19 Bukit Antarabangsa Mohamed Azmin Ali PH (PKR)
N20 Lembah Jaya Haniza Mohamed Talha
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N21 Pandan Indah Izham Hashim
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N22 Teratai Lai Wai Chong PH (DAP)
N23 Dusun Tua Edry Faizal Eddy Yusof PH (DAP)
N24 Semenyih Zakaria Hanafi[N 6][16] BN (UMNO)
N25 Kajang Hee Loy Sian
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N26 Sungai Ramal Mazwan Johar PH (AMANAH)
N27 Balakong Wong Siew Ki [N 7][17] PH (DAP)
N28 Seri Kembangan Ean Yong Hian Wah PH (DAP)
N29 Seri Serdang Siti Mariah Mahmud
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N30 Kinrara Ng Sze Han
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N31 Subang Jaya Michelle Ng Mei Sze PH (DAP)
N32 Seri Setia Halimey Abu Bakar[N 8][18] PH (PKR)
N33 Taman Medan Syamsul Firdaus Mohamed Supri PH (PKR)
N34 Bukit Gasing Rajiv Rishyakaran PH (DAP)
N35 Kampung Tunku Lim Yi Wei PH (DAP)
N36 Bandar Utama Jamaliah Jamaluddin PH (DAP)
N37 Bukit Lanjan Elizabeth Wong Keat Ping PH (PKR)
N38 Paya Jaras Mohd. Khairuddin Othman
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N39 Kota Damansara Shatiri Mansor PH (PKR)
N40 Kota Anggerik Najwan Halimi PH (PKR)
N41 Batu Tiga Rodziah Ismail
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N42 Meru Mohd. Fakhrulrazi Mohd. Mokhtar PH (AMANAH)
N43 Sementa Daroyah Alwi
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
N44 Selat Klang Abdul Rashid Asari
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N45 Bandar Baru Klang Teng Chang Khim
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N46 Pelabuhan Klang Azmizam Zaman Huri PH (PKR)
N47 Pandamaran Leong Tuck Chee PH (DAP)
N48 Sentosa Gunarajah George PH (PKR)
N49 Sungai Kandis Mohd. Zawawi Ahmad Mughni [N 9][19] PH (PKR)
N50 Kota Kemuning Ganabatirau Veraman
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N51 Sijangkang Ahmad Yunus Hairi GS (PAS)
N52 Banting Lau Weng San PH (DAP)
N53 Morib Hasnul Baharuddin PH (AMANAH)
N54 Tanjong Sepat Borhan Aman Shah PH (PKR)
N55 Dengkil Adhif Syan Abdullah PH (BERSATU)
N56 Sungai Pelek Ronnie Liu Tian Khiew PH (DAP)

Negeri Sembilan[edit]

14th Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionNegeri Sembilan
Meeting placeWisma Negeri, Negeri Sembilan
Term2 July 2018[20] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentNegeri Sembilan State Executive Council
Websitewww.ns.gov.my
NSDUN.svg
Members36
SpeakerZulkefly Mohamad Omar
Deputy SpeakerRavi Munusamy
SecretaryMohd Amin Ludin
Government LeaderAminuddin Harun
Opposition LeaderMohamad Hasan
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan BesarTuanku Muhriz
Sessions
1st2 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 20 | BN 16
N1 Chennah Loke Siew Fook PH (DAP)
N2 Pertang Noor Azmi Yusuf BN (UMNO)
N3 Sungai Lui Mohd. Razi Mohd. Ali BN (UMNO)
N4 Kelawang Bakri Sawir
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N5 Serting Shamsulkahar Mohd. Deli BN (UMNO)
N6 Palong Mustafa Nagoor BN (UMNO)
N7 Jeram Padang Manickam Letchuman BN (MIC)
N8 Bahau Teo Kok Seong
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N9 Lenggeng Suhaimi Kassim PH (AMANAH)
N10 Nilai Arul Kumar Jambunathan
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N11 Lobak Chew Seh Yong PH (DAP)
N12 Temiang Ng Chin Tsai PH (DAP)
N13 Sikamat Aminuddin Harun
(Menteri Besar)
PH (PKR)
N14 Ampangan Mohamad Rafie Ab. Malik
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N15 Juasseh Ismail Lasim BN (UMNO)
N16 Seri Menanti Abdul Samad Ibrahim BN (UMNO)
N17 Senaling Adnan Abu Hasan BN (UMNO)
N18 Pilah Mohamad Nazaruddin Sabtu
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N19 Johol Saiful Yazan Sulaiman BN (UMNO)
N20 Labu Ismail Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N21 Bukit Kepayang Nicole Tan Lee Koon
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N22 Rahang Mary Josephine Pritam Singh PH (DAP)
N23 Mambau Yap Yew Weng PH (DAP)
N24 Seremban Jaya Gunasekaren Palasamy PH (DAP)
N25 Paroi Mohamad Taufek Abd. Ghani [ms]
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N26 Chembong Zaifulbahri Idris BN (UMNO)
N27 Rantau Mohamad Hasan[N 10][21]
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N28 Kota Awaludin Said BN (UMNO)
N29 Chuah Yek Diew Ching PH (PKR)
N30 Lukut Choo Ken Hwa
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N31 Bagan Pinang Tun Hairuddin Abu Bakar BN (UMNO)
N32 Linggi Abdul Rahman Mohd. Redza BN (UMNO)
N33 Sri Tanjung Ravi Munusamy
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
N34 Gemas Abdul Razak Said BN (UMNO)
N35 Gemencheh Mohd. Isam Mohd. Isa BN (UMNO)
N36 Repah Veerapan Superamaniam
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)

Malacca[edit]

14th Malacca State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionMalacca
Meeting placeSeri Negeri Complex
Term19 July 2018[22] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentMalacca State Executive Council
Websitewww.melaka.gov.my
Melaka State 2018.svg
Members28
SpeakerOmar Jaafar
Deputy SpeakerWong Fort Pin
SecretaryMohd Yusof Abu Bakar
Government LeaderAdly Zahari
Opposition LeaderIdris Haron
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua NegeriMohd Khalil Yaakob
Sessions
1st19 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 15 | BN 13
N1 Kuala Linggi Ismail Othman BN (UMNO)
N2 Tanjung Bidara Md. Rawi Mahmud BN (UMNO)
N3 Ayer Limau Amiruddin Yusop BN (UMNO)
N4 Lendu Sulaiman Md. Ali BN (UMNO)
N5 Taboh Naning Latipah Omar BN (UMNO)
N6 Rembia Muhammad Jailani Khamis
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N7 Gadek Saminathan Ganesan
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N8 Machap Jaya Ginie Lim Siew Lin
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N9 Durian Tunggal Mohd. Sofi Abdul Wahab
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N10 Asahan Abdul Ghafar Atan BN (UMNO)
N11 Sungai Udang Idris Haron
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N12 Pantai Kundor Nor Azman Hassan BN (UMNO)
N13 Paya Rumput Mohd. Rafiq Naizamohideen
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N14 Kelebang Gue Teck PH (PKR)
N15 Pengkalan Batu Norhizam Hassan Baktee
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N16 Ayer Keroh Kerk Chee Yee
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N17 Bukit Katil Adly Zahari
(Chief Minister)
PH (AMANAH)
N18 Ayer Molek Rahmad Mariman BN (UMNO)
N19 Kesidang Seah Shoo Chin PH (DAP)
N20 Kota Laksamana Low Chee Leong
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N21 Duyong Damian Yeo Shen Li PH (DAP)
N22 Bandar Hilir Tey Kok Kiew
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N23 Telok Mas Noor Effandi Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N24 Bemban Wong Fort Pin
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (DAP)
N25 Rim Ghazale Muhamad BN (UMNO)
N26 Serkam Zaidi Attan BN (UMNO)
N27 Merlimau Roslan Ahmad BN (UMNO)
N28 Sungai Rambai Hasan Abd. Rahman BN (UMNO)

Johor[edit]

14th Johor State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionJohor
Meeting placeSultan Ismail Building
Term28 June 2018[23] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentJohor State Executive Council
Websitewww.johor.gov.my
JohorDUN.svg
Members56
SpeakerSuhaizan Kayat
Deputy SpeakerGan Peck Cheng
SecretaryShubanah Yusuf
Government LeaderSahruddin Jamal
Opposition LeaderHasni Mohammad
Party controlPakatan Harapan
Sovereign
SultanSultan Ibrahim
Sessions
1st28 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 39 | BN 16 | GS 1
N1 Buloh Kasap Zahari Sarip BN (UMNO)
N2 Jementah Tan Chen Choon
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N3 Pemanis Chong Fat Full PH (PKR)
N4 Kemelah Sulaiman Mohd. Nor PH (AMANAH)
N5 Tenang Mohd. Solihan Badri
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N6 Bekok Ramakrishnan Suppiah
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N7 Bukit Kepong Sahruddin Jamal
(Menteri Besar)
PH (BERSATU)
N8 Bukit Pasir Najib Lep GS (PAS)
N9 Gambir Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin PH (BERSATU)
N10 Tangkak Ee Chin Li PH (DAP)
N11 Serom Faizul Amri Adnan PH (AMANAH)
N12 Bentayan Ng Yak Howe PH (DAP)
N13 Simpang Jeram Salahuddin Ayub PH (AMANAH)
N14 Bukit Naning Md. Ysahrudin Kusni PH (PKR)
N15 Maharani Nor Hayati Bachok PH (AMANAH)
N16 Sungai Balang Zaiton Ismail BN (UMNO)
N17 Semerah Mohd. Khuzzan Abu Bakar
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N18 Sri Medan Zulkurnain Kamisan BN (UMNO)
N19 Yong Peng Chew Peck Choo PH (DAP)
N20 Semarang Samsol Bari Jamali BN (UMNO)
N21 Parit Yaani Aminolhuda Hassan
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N22 Parit Raja Nor Rashidah Ramli BN (UMNO)
N23 Penggaram Gan Peck Cheng
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (DAP)
N24 Senggarang Khairuddin A. Rahim PH (AMANAH)
N25 Rengit Ayub Jamil BN (UMNO)
N26 Machap Abd. Taib Abu Bakar BN (UMNO)
N27 Layang-Layang Onn Hafiz Ghazi BN (UMNO)
N28 Mengkibol Chew Chong Sin PH (DAP)
N29 Mahkota Muhamad Said Jonit PH (AMANAH)
N30 Paloh Sheikh Umar Bagharib Ali
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N31 Kahang Vidyananthan Ramanadhan BN (MIC)
N32 Endau Alwiyah Talib[N 11][24] PH (BERSATU)
N33 Tenggaroh Raven Kumar Krishnasamy BN (MIC)
N34 Panti Hahasrin Hashim BN (UMNO)
N35 Pasir Raja Rashidah Ismail BN (UMNO)
N36 Sedili Rasman Ithnain[N 12][24] PH (BERSATU)
N37 Johor Lama Rosleli Jahari[N 13][24] PH (BERSATU)
N38 Penawar Sharifah Azizah Syed Zain BN (UMNO)
N39 Tanjung Surat Syed Sis Syed A. Rahman BN (UMNO)
N40 Tiram Gopalakrishnan Subramaniam PH (PKR)
N41 Puteri Wangsa Mazlan Bujang PH (BERSATU)
N42 Johor Jaya Liow Cai Tung
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N43 Permas Che Zakaria Mohd. Salleh PH (BERSATU)
N44 Larkin Mohd. Izhar Ahmad PH (BERSATU)
N45 Stulang Chen Kah Eng PH (DAP)
N46 Perling Cheo Yee How PH (DAP)
N47 Kempas Osman Sapian PH (BERSATU)
N48 Skudai Tan Hong Pin PH (DAP)
N49 Kota Iskandar Dzulkefly Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N50 Bukit Permai Tosrin Jarvanthi
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N51 Bukit Batu Jimmy Puah Wee Tse
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N52 Senai Tee Boon Tsong PH (DAP)
N53 Benut Hasni Mohammad
(Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N54 Pulai Sebatang Taqiuddin Cheman PH (AMANAH)
N55 Pekan Nanas Yeo Tung Siong PH (DAP)
N56 Kukup Md. Othman Yusof BN (UMNO)

Sabah[edit]

15th Sabah State Legislative Assembly
14th Assembly 16th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionSabah
Meeting placeSabah State Legislative Assembly Building
Term11 June 2018[25] – present
Election2018 state election
GovernmentCabinet of Sabah
Websitewww.sabah.gov.my/dun
Sabah State Legislative Assembly Seating Arrangement as of 6 April 2019.svg
Members60 elected members
4 nominated members
SpeakerSyed Abas Syed Ali
Deputy SpeakerGeorge Anthony Ginibun
SecretaryBernard Joseph Dalinting
Government LeaderMohd. Shafie Apdal
Opposition LeaderMusa Aman
Party controlWARISANPHUPKO coalition
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua NegeriJuhar Mahiruddin
Sessions
1st11 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
WARISAN 32 | PH 18 | UPKO 5 | GBS 8 | BN 1
N01 Banggi Mohammad Mohamarin
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N02 Tanjong Kapor Ben Chong Chen Bin
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N03 Pitas Bolkiah Ismail[N 14][26][27][28] WARISAN
N04 Matunggong Julita Majunki[N 15][29] GBS (PBS)
N05 Tandek Anita Baranting[N 16][29][30] WARISAN
N06 Tempasuk Musbah Jamli[N 17][31][32] WARISAN
N07 Kadamaian Ewon Benedick[N 18][33][34]
(Minister)
UPKO
N08 Usukan Japlin Akim[N 19][31] PH (BERSATU)
N09 Tamparuli Jahid Jahim[N 20][29] GBS (PBS)
N10 Sulaman Hajiji Mohd Noor[N 21][31][35] PH (BERSATU)
N11 Kiulu Joniston Lumai @ Bangkuai[N 22][29] GBS (PBS)
N12 Karambunai Azhar Matussin
(Assistant Minister of Trade and Industry)
WARISAN
N13 Inanam Kenny Chua Teck Ho
(Assistant Minister)
PH (PKR)
N14 Likas Tan Lee Fatt PH (DAP)
N15 Api-Api Liew Chin Jin
(Deputy Chief Minister)
PH (PKR)
N16 Luyang Phoong Jin Zhe [zh]
(Minister)
PH (DAP)
N17 Tanjong Aru Wong Hong Jun
(Minister)
WARISAN
N18 Petagas Uda Sulai
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N19 Kapayan Jannie Lasimbang
(Assistant Minister)
PH (DAP)
N20 Moyog Jennifer Lasimbang
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N21 Kawang Ghulam Haidar Khan Bahadar[N 23][31] PH (BERSATU)
N22 Pantai Manis Aidi Moktar
(Minister)
WARISAN
N23 Bongawan Daud Yusof
(Minister)
WARISAN
N24 Membakut Mohd. Arifin Mohd. Arif[N 24][31] PH (BERSATU)
N25 Klias Isnin Aliasnih[N 25][31] PH (BERSATU)
N26 Kuala Penyu Limus Jury[N 26][26][27][28] UPKO
N27 Lumadan Matbali Musah[N 27][31] PH (BERSATU)
N28 Sindumin Yusof Yacob
(Minister)
WARISAN
N29 Kundasang Joachim Gunsalam[N 28][29] GBS (PBS)
N30 Karanaan Masidi Manjun[N 29][31][35] PH (BERSATU)
N31 Paginatan Abidin Madingkir[N 30][33] UPKO
N32 Tambunan Jeffrey Kitingan[36] GBS (STAR)
N33 Bingkor Robert Nordin[36] GBS (STAR)
N34 Liawan Rasinin Kautis
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N35 Melalap Peter Anthony
(Minister)
WARISAN
N36 Kemabong Jamawi Ja'afar[N 31][33][34] WARISAN
N37 Sook Ellron Alfred Angin[N 32][37][38][39][40] GBS (STAR)
N38 Nabawan Bobbey Ah Fang Suan[N 33][39][41][42] PH (BERSATU)
N39 Sugut James Ratib[N 34][26][27][28][43] UPKO
N40 Labuk Abd. Rahman Kongkawang[N 35][29] GBS (PBS)
N41 Gum-Gum Arunarsin Taib
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N42 Sungai Sibuga Musa Aman
(Opposition Leader)[N 36][36]
BN (UMNO)
N43 Sekong Arifin Asgali
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N44 Karamunting Hiew Vun Zin
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N45 Elopura Calvin Chong Ket Kiun PH (DAP)
N46 Tanjong Papat Frankie Poon Ming Fung
(Minister)
PH (DAP)
N47 Kuamut Masiung Banah[N 37][26][27][28][44] WARISAN
N48 Sukau Saddi Abdu Rahman[N 38][45] WARISAN
N49 Tungku Assaffal P. Alian
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N50 Lahad Datu Dumi Pg. Masdal WARISAN
N51 Kunak Norazlinah Arif
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N52 Sulabayan Jaujan Sambakong
(Minister)
WARISAN
N53 Senallang Mohd. Shafie Apdal
(Chief Minister)
WARISAN
N54 Bugaya Manis Buka Mohd. Darah WARISAN
N55 Balung Osman Jamal[N 39][33][34][46] WARISAN
N56 Apas Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan[N 40][31] PH (BERSATU)
N57 Sri Tanjong Wong Sze Phin
(Assistant Minister)
PH (DAP)
N58 Merotai Sarifuddin Hata
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
N59 Tanjong Batu Hamisa Samat[N 41][33][34] WARISAN
N60 Sebatik Abd. Muis Picho[N 42][33][34]
(Assistant Minister)
WARISAN
Nominated member Wilfred Madius Tangau[N 43][47]
(Deputy Chief Minister)
UPKO
Nominated member Lorreto Padua Jr.[N 44] WARISAN
Nominated member Terrence Siambun[N 45] WARISAN
Nominated member Jaffari Waliam[N 46] PH (PKR)

Sarawak[edit]

18th Sarawak State Legislative Assembly
17th Assembly 19th Assembly
Overview
JurisdictionSarawak
Meeting placeNew Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building
Term7 June 2016[48] – present
Election2016 state election
GovernmentCabinet of Sarawak
Websitewww.dun.sarawak.gov.my
Sarawak State Legislative Assembly seating, 2018.svg
Members82
SpeakerMohamad Asfia Awang Nasar
Deputy SpeakerGerawat Gala
SecretarySemawi Mohamad
Government LeaderAbang Abdul Rahman Zohari Abang Openg
Opposition LeaderChong Chieng Jen
Party controlGPS-PSB coalition
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua NegeriAbdul Taib Mahmud
Sessions
1st7 June 2016 – present

Following the state election that was held on 7 May 2016, Barisan Nasional was able to form the next state government with a majority of 72 seats out of 82.[49] There were several candidates from breakaway parties such as TERAS and UPP that had their members contest seats under the Barisan banner as direct election candidates under a deal by Adenan Satem after their parties were prevented from joining Barisan after opposition from parties such as PDP and SUPP.[50] On 12 June 2018, all Sarawak-based BN parties including Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) and Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) officially left Barisan Nasional forming a new coalition Sarawak Parties Alliance due to Barisan Nasional's defeat in general elections on 9 May 2018.[51]

No. State constituency Member Coalition (Party)
GPS 67 | PSB 5 | PH 10
N01 Opar Ranum Mina[N 47][52] PSB
N02 Tasik Biru Henry Jinep GPS (PDP)
N03 Tanjong Datu Jamilah Anu [N 48][53] GPS (PBB)
N04 Pantai Damai Abdul Rahman Junaidi
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N05 Demak Laut Hazland Abang Hipni GPS (PBB)
N06 Tupong Fazzrudin Abdul Rahman GPS (PBB)
N07 Samariang Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N08 Satok Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari Abang Openg
(Chief Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N09 Padungan Wong King Wei PH (DAP)
N10 Pending Violet Yong Wui Wui PH (DAP)
N11 Batu Lintang See Chee How PH (PKR)
N12 Kota Sentosa Chong Chieng Jen
(Leader of the Opposition)
PH (DAP)
N13 Batu Kitang Lo Khere Chiang GPS (SUPP)
N14 Batu Kawah Sim Kui Hian
(Minister)
GPS (SUPP)
N15 Asajaya Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N16 Muara Tuang Idris Buang GPS (PBB)
N17 Stakan Mohamad Ali Mahmud GPS (PBB)
N18 Serembu Miro Simuh[N 49][54] GPS (PBB)
N19 Mambong Jerip Susil[N 50][52]
(Assistant Minister)
PSB
N20 Tarat Roland Sagah Wee Inn
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N21 Tebedu Michael Manyin Jawong
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N22 Kedup Martin Ben GPS (PBB)
N23 Bukit Semuja John Ilus[N 51][54] GPS (PBB)
N24 Sadong Jaya Aidel Lariwoo GPS (PBB)
N25 Simunjan Awla Idris GPS (PBB)
N26 Gedong Mohd. Naroden Majais
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N27 Sebuyau Julaihi Narawi
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N28 Lingga Simoi Peri GPS (PBB)
N29 Beting Maro Razaili Gapor GPS (PBB)
N30 Balai Ringin Snowdan Lawan
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N31 Bukit Begunan Mong Dagang GPS (PRS)
N32 Simanggang Francis Harden Hollis
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (SUPP)
N33 Engkilili Johnical Rayong Ngipa[N 52][52] PSB
N34 Batang Ai Malcom Mussen Lamoh
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N35 Saribas Mohammad Razi Sitam GPS(PBB)
N36 Layar Gerald Rentap Jabu GPS (PBB)
N37 Bukit Saban Douglas Uggah Embas
(Deputy Chief Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N38 Kalaka Abdul Wahab Aziz GPS (PBB)
N39 Krian Ali Biju PH (PKR)
N40 Kabong Mohamad Chee Kadir GPS (PBB)
N41 Kuala Rajang Len Talif Salleh
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N42 Semop Abdullah Saidol
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N43 Daro Safiee Ahmad GPS (PBB)
N44 Jemoreng Juanda Jaya GPS (PBB)
N45 Repok Huang Tiong Sii GPS (SUPP)
N46 Meradong Ding Kuong Hiing GPS (SUPP)
N47 Pakan William Mawan Ikom[N 53][55] GPS (PBB)
N48 Meluan Rolland Duat Jubin GPS (PDP)
N49 Ngemah Alexander Vincent GPS (PRS)
N50 Machan Allan Siden Gramong GPS (PBB)
N51 Bukit Assek Irene Mary Chang Oi Ling PH (DAP)
N52 Dudong Tiong Thai King[N 54][56] PSB
N53 Bawang Assan Wong Soon Koh[N 55][56]
(Minister)
PSB
N54 Pelawan David Wong Kee Woan PH (DAP)
N55 Nangka Annuar Rapaee
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N56 Dalat Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N57 Tellian Yussibnosh Balo GPS (PBB)
N58 Balingian Abdul Yakub Arbi GPS (PBB)
N59 Tamin Christopher Gira Sambang GPS (PRS)
N60 Kakus John Sikie Tayai
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N61 Pelagus Wilsong Nyabong Ijang GPS (PRS)
N62 Katibas Ambrose Blikau Enturan GPS (PBB)
N63 Bukit Goram Jefferson Jamit Unyat GPS (PBB)
N64 Baleh James Jemut Masing
(Deputy Chief Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N65 Belaga Liwan Lagang
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N66 Murum Chukpai Ugon GPS (PRS)
N67 Jepak Talib Zulpilip
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N68 Tanjong Batu Chiew Chiu Sing PH (DAP)
N69 Kemena Stephen Rundi Utom
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N70 Samalaju Majang Renggi GPS (PRS)
N71 Bekenu Rosey Yunus[N 56][54]
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N72 Lambir Ripin Lamat GPS (PBB)
N73 Piasau Sebastian Ting Chiew Yew GPS (SUPP)
N74 Pujut Ting Tiong Choon PH (DAP)
N75 Senadin Lee Kim Shin
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (SUPP)
N76 Marudi Penguang Manggil
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PDP)
N77 Telang Usan Dennis Ngau GPS (PBB)
N78 Mulu Gerawat Gala[N 57][54]
(Deputy Speaker)
GPS (PBB)
N79 Bukit Kota Abdul Rahman Ismail
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N80 Batu Danau Paulus Gumbang[N 58][54] GPS (PBB)
N81 Ba'kelalan Baru Bian PH (PKR)
N82 Bukit Sari Awang Tengah Ali Hasan
(Deputy Chief Minister)
GPS (PBB)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ismail Kassim contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, quit UMNO on 20 June 2018 and became independent.
  2. ^ Ku Abdul Rahman Ku Ismail contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, left the party on 12 November 2018 and became an independent and later joined BERSATU and Pakatan Harapan.
  3. ^ Zuraida Md. Noor contested the parliamentary election as a PAS candidate for Sungai Buloh and lose. She was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 29 November 2018.
  4. ^ Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, formed an alliance with Pakatan Harapan on 12 May 2018 and so was expelled from UMNO on 14 May 2018.
  5. ^ Zainol Fadzi Paharuddin contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, formed an alliance with Pakatan Harapan on 12 May 2018, was so expelled from UMNO on 14 May 2018 and later joined Pakatan Harapan (PPBM).
  6. ^ Zakaria Hanafi was elected a Barisan Nasional assemblyman after winning the by-election, following the death of assemblyman Bakthiar Mohd Nor.
  7. ^ Wong Siew Ki was elected as a Pakatan Harapan MP on 8 September 2018 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Eddie Ng Tien Chee.
  8. ^ Halimey Abu Bakar was elected as a Pakatan Harapan MP on 8 September 2018 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Shaharuddin Badaruddin due to colon cancer.
  9. ^ Mohd. Zawawi Ahmad Mughni was elected as a Pakatan Harapan MP on 4 August 2018 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Mat Shuhaimi Shafie.
  10. ^ Mohamad Hasan was elected as a Barisan Nasional assemblymen on 13 April 2019 in a by-election which was called by the Election Commission, after a court order nullified the previous results.
  11. ^ Alwiyah Talib contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, officially switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (PPBM) on 25 November 2018 with other two assemblyman.
  12. ^ Rasman Ithnain contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, officially switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (PPBM) on 19 November 2018.
  13. ^ Rosleli Jahari contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, officially switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (PPBM) on 19 November 2018.
  14. ^ Bolkiah Ismail contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switching allegiance to WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  15. ^ Julita Majunki contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, after which his party decided to leave BN on 12 May 2018.
  16. ^ Anita Baranting contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, after which her party decided to leave BN on 12 May 2018 and after which she joined WARISAN on 6 March 2019.
  17. ^ Musbah Jamli contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018, joining WARISAN on 25 January 2019.
  18. ^ Ewon Benedick contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, after which he become one of the six members of the UPKO in forming an alliance with WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  19. ^ Japlin Akim contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018.
  20. ^ Jahid Jahim contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  21. ^ Hajiji Noor contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018, later joining BERSATU (Pakatan Harapan).
  22. ^ Joniston Bangkuai contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  23. ^ Ghulam Haidar Khan Bahadar contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018.
  24. ^ Mohd. Arifin Mohd. Arif contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018.
  25. ^ Isnin Aliasnih contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018.
  26. ^ Limus Jury contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he was one of the six members of the party who formed an alliance with WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  27. ^ Matbali Musah contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018.
  28. ^ Joachim Gunsalam contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  29. ^ Masidi Manjun contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018, later joining BERSATU (Pakatan Harapan).
  30. ^ Abidin Madingkir contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he was one of the six members of the party who decided to form an alliance with WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  31. ^ Jamawi Ja'afar contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  32. ^ Ellron Angin contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBRS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  33. ^ Bobbey Ah Fang Suan contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate. It is known at the first that he is the only UPKO member that refused to seal an alliance with WARISAN as been did by six other members of his party. He later joined PPBM (Pakatan Harapan) on April 6, 2019.
  34. ^ James Ratib contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, he was one of the six members of the party who decided to form an alliance with WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  35. ^ Abd. Rahman Kongkawang contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  36. ^ UMNO Sabah joined Gabungan Bersatu Sabah on 14 August 2018 but remained with Barisan Nasional at federal level.
  37. ^ Masiung Banah contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he was one of the six members of the party who decided to form an alliance with WARISAN on 13 May 2018. He left UPKO on 24 November 2018 to becoming an independent and finally joined WARISAN on 18 December 2018.
  38. ^ Saddi Abdul Rahman contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, left the party on 1 August 2018 and switch allegiance to WARISAN on 10 December 2018.
  39. ^ Osman Jamal contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, expressing intention to switch allegiance to People's Justice Party (PKR), however joining WARISAN instead.
  40. ^ Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, after which he left the party became an independent on 12 December 2018.
  41. ^ Hamisah Samat contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  42. ^ Abd. Muis Picho contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  43. ^ Wilfred Madius Tangau contested the parliamentary election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate for Tuaran, he was one of the six members of the party who decided to form an alliance with WARISAN on 12 May 2018, and was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 16 May 2018.
  44. ^ Loretto Padua Jr. was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 11 June 2018.
  45. ^ Terrence Siambun represented Moyog in the previous Assembly but not contested in the recent state election. Terrence was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 11 June 2018.
  46. ^ Jaffari Waliam was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 20 September 2018.
  47. ^ Ranum Anak Mina contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party PSB on 11 August 2016.
  48. ^ Jamilah Anu was elected as a Barisan Nasional assemblyman on 18 February 2017 in a byelection following the death of assemblymen and Chief Minister Adenan Satem.
  49. ^ Miro Simuh contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  50. ^ Jerip Susil contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party PSB on 13 August 2016.
  51. ^ John Ilus contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  52. ^ Johnical Rayong Ngipa contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party PSB on 12 August 2016.
  53. ^ William Mawan Ikom contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, revealing on March 19, 2018 that he had joined PBB.
  54. ^ Tiong Thai King contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party PSB after the election.
  55. ^ Wong Soon Koh contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party PSB after the election.
  56. ^ Rosey Yunus contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  57. ^ Gerawat Jala contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  58. ^ Paulus Gumbang contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.

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