Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 1st Malayan Parliament

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1st Parliament of the Federation of Malaya
Federal Legislative Council (1955–59) 2nd Parliament
Overview
JurisdictionFederation of Malaya
(later Malaysia)
Meeting placeTunku Abdul Rahman Hall
Term11 September 1959 – 1 March 1964
Election1959 general election
GovernmentSecond Rahman cabinet
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Rakyat
Members104 (until 2 November 1963)
159
SpeakerMohamad Noah Omar
SecretaryC. A. Fredericks
Prime MinisterTunku Abdul Rahman
Leader of the OppositionBurhanuddin al-Helmy
Party controlAlliance
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongTuanku Abdul Rahman (until 1 April 1960)
Tuanku Hisamuddin Alam Shah (until 1 September 1960)
Tuanku Syed Putra
Sessions
1st11 September 1959 – 24 February 1960
2nd19 April 1960 – 11 February 1961
3rd19 April 1961 – 31 January 1962
4th25 April 1962 – 13 March 1963
5th22 May 1963 – 11 January 1964
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This is a list of the members of the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) of the First Parliament of the Federation of Malaya (known as the Parliament of Malaysia after 2 November 1963), elected in 1959.[1]

Composition[edit]

State # of Seats UMNO Seats MCA Seats MIC Seats PMIP Seats PPP Seats Lab
Seats
Ra'ayat
Seats
Negara
Seats
MP
Seats
IND Seats
Perlis 2 2
Kedah 12 10 2
Kelantan 10 1 9
Trengganu 6 1 4 1
Penang 8 3 2 3
Perak 20 9 5 1 4 1
Pahang 6 5 1
Selangor 14 5 3 1 3 2
Negri Sembilan 6 3 1 2
Malacca 4 2 1 1
Johore 16 11 5
Seats won 104 52 19 3 13 4 6 2 1 1 3
Seats contested 259 70 31 3 58 19 38 9 2 29

Elected members by state[edit]

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served the entire term of the parliament (from 11 September 1959 until 1 March 1964).

Perlis[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 2
P001 Perlis Utara Othman Abdullah Alliance (UMNO)
P002 Perlis Selatan Mokhtar Ismail Alliance (UMNO)

Kedah[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 12
P003 Jitra-Padang Terap Fatimah Hashim Alliance (UMNO)
P004 Kubang Pasu Barat Azahari Ibrahim Alliance (UMNO)
P005 Kota Star Utara Abdul Khalid Awang Osman Alliance (UMNO)
P006 Alor Star Lim Joo Kong Alliance (MCA)
P007 Kuala Kedah Tunku Abdul Rahman
Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah
Alliance (UMNO)
P008 Kota Star Selatan Wan Sulaiman Wan Tam Alliance (UMNO)
P009 Kedah Tengah Khir Johari from 30 September 1959 Alliance (UMNO)
P010 Jerai Mohamed Ismail Mohd Yusof Alliance (UMNO)
P011 Baling Harun Abdullah Alliance (UMNO)
P012 Sungei Patani Abdul Samad Osman Alliance (UMNO)
P013 Kulim Utara Hanafi Mohd Yunus Alliance (UMNO)
P014 Kulim-Bandar Bahru Tan Tye Chek Alliance (MCA)

Kelantan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PMIP 9 | Alliance 1
P015 Tumpat Hassan Ahmad PMIP
P016 Kelantan Hilir Wan Mustapha Ali PMIP
P017 Pasir Mas Hilir Nik Man Nik Mohamed PMIP
P018 Kota Bharu Hilir Ahmad Abdullah PMIP
P019 Bachok Zulkiflee Muhammad PMIP
P020 Kota Bharu Hulu Hussain Rahimi Saman PMIP
P021 Pasir Mas Hulu Mohamed Hanifah Abdul Ghani PMIP
P022 Pasir Puteh Mohamad Asri Muda PMIP
P023 Tanah Merah Othman Abdullah PMIP
P024 Ulu Kelantan Tengku Indra Petra Sultan Ibrahim Alliance (UMNO)

Trengganu[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PMIP 4 | Alliance 2
P025 Besut Burhanuddin al-Helmy PMIP
P026 Kuala Trengganu Utara Hasan Adli Mohd Arshad PMIP
P027 Kuala Trengganu Selatan Ismail Kassim from 19 March 1962[N 1] Alliance (UMNO)
Onn Jaafar until 19 January 1962 Parti Negara
P028 Dungun Che Khadijah Mohd Sidik PMIP
P029 Kemaman Wan Yahya Wan Mohamed Alliance (UMNO)
P030 Trengganu Tengah Harun Pilus PMIP

Penang[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 5 | Socialist Front 3
P031 Bagan Tan Cheng Bee Alliance (MCA)
P032 Seberang Tengah Ibrahim Abdul Rahman Alliance (UMNO)
P033 Seberang Selatan Veerappen Veerathan Socialist Front (Lab)
P034 Penang Utara Geh Chong Keat Alliance (MCA)
P035 Penang Selatan Ismail Idris Alliance (UMNO)
P036 Tanjong Tan Phock Kin Socialist Front (Lab)
P037 Dato' Kramat Lim Kean Siew Socialist Front (Lab)
P038 Seberang Utara Ahmad Saaid Alliance (UMNO)

Perak[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 13 | PPP 5 | IND 2
P039 Ulu Perak Mohamed Nor Mohd Dahan Alliance (UMNO)
P040 Krian Laut Abdul Rauf Abdul Rahman Alliance (UMNO)
P041 Krian Darat Ahmad Yusof Alliance (UMNO)
P042 Larut Utara Tajudin Ali Alliance (UMNO)
P043 Larut Selatan Lim Swee Aun Alliance (MCA)
P044 Bruas Yeoh Tat Beng IND
P045 Sitiawan Yong Woo Ming Alliance (MCA)
P046 Sungei Siput V. T. Sambanthan Alliance (MIC)
P047 Kuala Kangsar Abdullah Abdul Raof Alliance (UMNO)
P048 Parit Hussein Mohd Noordin Alliance (UMNO)
P049 Ulu Kinta Chan Swee Ho PPP
P050 Ipoh D. R. Seenivasagam PPP
P051 Menglembu S. P. Seenivasagam PPP
P052 Batu Gajah Khong Kok Yat PPP
P053 Kampar Chan Yoon Onn from 18 May 1960[N 2] PPP
Leong Kee Nyean until 31 March 1961 Alliance (MCA)
P054 Hilir Perak Mohamed Abbas Ahmad Alliance (UMNO)
P055 Telok Anson Too Joon Hing from 30 May 1961[N 3] IND
Woo Saik Hong until 6 April 1961 Alliance (MCA)
P056 Bagan Datoh Yahya Ahmad Alliance (UMNO)
P057 Batang Padang Abdul Hamid Khan Alliance (UMNO)
P058 Tanjong Malim Lee Seck Fun Alliance (MCA)

Pahang[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 6
P059 Raub Hussein Hassan Alliance (UMNO)
P060 Bentong Chan Siang Sun Alliance (MCA)
P061 Kuantan Abdul Rahman Talib Alliance (UMNO)
P062 Pekan Abdul Razak Hussein Alliance (UMNO)
P063 Temerloh Mohamed Yusof Mahmud Alliance (UMNO)
P064 Lipis Abdul Razak Hussin from 20 October 1962[N 4] Alliance (UMNO)
Mohamed Sulong Mohd. Ali until 24 August 1962 Alliance (UMNO)

Selangor[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 9 | Socialist Front 5
P065 Kuala Selangor Mohamed Dahari Mohd Ali Alliance (UMNO)
P066 Batu Ng Ann Teck Socialist Front (Lab)
P067 Kapar Hamzah Alang Alliance (UMNO)
P068 Rawang Liu Yoong Peng Socialist Front (Lab)
P069 Langat Zakaria Mohd Taib Alliance (UMNO)
P070 Setapak Ahmad Boestamam Socialist Front (Ra'ayat)
P071 Bungsar V. David Socialist Front (Lab)
P072 Bukit Bintang Cheah Theam Swee Alliance (MCA)
P073 Damansara Karam Singh Veriah Socialist Front (Ra'ayat)
P074 Klang V. Manickavasagam Alliance (MIC)
P075 Kuala Langat Abdul Aziz Ishak Alliance (UMNO)
NCP
P076 Sepang Lee Siok Yew Alliance (MCA)
P077 Sabak Bernam Syed Hashim Syed Ajam Alliance (UMNO)
P078 Ulu Selangor Omar Ong Yoke Lin Alliance (MCA)

Negri Sembilan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 4 | IND 2
P079 Kuala Pilah Bahaman Samsudin Alliance (UMNO)
P080 Seremban Timor Chin See Yin IND
P081 Rembau-Tampin Redza Mohd Said Alliance (UMNO)
P082 Port Dickson T. Mahima Singh Alliance (MIC)
P083 Jelebu-Jempol Mohamed Ujang Alliance (UMNO)
P084 Seremban Barat Quek Kai Dong IND

Malacca[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 3 | MP 1
P085 Malacca Tengah Tan Siew Sin Alliance (MCA)
P086 Bandar Malacca Tan Kee Gak MP
P087 Malacca Utara Abdul Ghani Ishak Alliance (UMNO)
P088 Malacca Selatan Hassan Mansor Alliance (UMNO)

Johore[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 16
P089 Muar Dalam Abdul Aziz Ishak Alliance (UMNO)
P090 Segamat Selatan Teoh Chze Chong Alliance (MCA)
P091 Muar Pantai Seah Teng Ngiab Alliance (MCA)
P092 Muar Selatan Awang Hassan from 28 December 1963[N 5] Alliance (UMNO)
Sulaiman Abdul Rahman until 6 November 1963 Alliance (UMNO)
P093 Batu Pahat Kang Kok Seng Alliance (MCA)
P094 Batu Pahat Dalam Syed Esa Alwee (Deputy Speaker) Alliance (UMNO)
P095 Kluang Utara Lee San Choon Alliance (MCA)
P096 Johore Tenggara Syed Jaafar Albar Alliance (UMNO)
P097 Pontian Utara Sardon Jubir Alliance (UMNO)
P098 Pontian Selatan Zainon Munshi Sulaiman Alliance (UMNO)
P099 Kluang Selatan Chan Chong Wen Alliance (MCA)
P100 Johore Bahru Timor Mohamad Noah Omar (Speaker) Alliance (UMNO)
P101 Johore Bahru Barat Ahmad Mohamed Shah Alliance (UMNO)
P102 Johore Timor Ismail Abdul Rahman Alliance (UMNO)
P103 Segamat Utara Abdullah Mohd Salleh Alliance (UMNO)
P104 Muar Utara Ahmad Arshad Alliance (UMNO)

Appointed and nominated members by state[edit]

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served from 2 November 1963 until 1 March 1964.

Singapore[edit]

Member Party
15 seats
Abdul Rahim Ishak PAP
Chia Thye Poh Barisan Sosialis
Goh Keng Swee PAP
Ho See Beng PAP
Jek Yeun Thong PAP
Kow Kee Seng Barisan Sosialis
Lee Kuan Yew PAP
Lim Huan Boon Barisan Sosialis
Lim Kim San PAP
Ong Pang Boon PAP
Othman Wok PAP
S. Rajaratnam
from 18 December 1963
PAP
Toh Chin Chye PAP
Wee Toon Boon PAP
Yong Nyuk Lin PAP

Sabah[edit]

Member Party
16 seats
Aliuddin Harun
Amadeus Mathew Leong
Donald Aloysius Marmaduke Stephens
Ganie Gilong
Ganing Jangkat
Hong Teck Guan
Jhumah Salim
Mahali Matjakir
Mohamed Dara Langpad
Mohamed Dun Banir
Mohd. Arif Salleh
Ngui Ah Kui
Peter J. Mojuntin
from 3 January 1964
Peter Lo Sui Yin
Stanley Ho Ngun Khiu
Yeh Pao Tze

Sarawak[edit]

Member Party
24 seats
Abang Ikhwan
Abang Othman Abang Moasili
Abdul Rahman Ya'kub
Ajibah Abol
Awang Daud Matusin
Banyang Janting
Charles Linang
Dagok Randen
Edmund Langgu Saga
Edwin Tangkun
Francis Umpau Empam
Jinggut Attan
Jonathan Bangau Renang
Jugah Barieng
Kadam Kiai
Ling Beng Siew
Muhammad Su'aut Muhd. Tahir
Sim Boon Liang
Sng Chin Joo
Song Thian Cheok
Sandom Nyuak
Stephen Yong Kuet Tze
Tan Tsak Yu
Wan Abdul Rahman Tuanku Bujang

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ismail was elected to Parliament in the Kuala Trengganu Selatan by-election, 1962 following the death of Onn Jaafar of Parti Negara.
  2. ^ Chan was elected to Parliament in the Kampar by-election, 1960 following the disqualification of Leong Kee Nyean.
  3. ^ Too was elected to Parliament in the Telok Anson by-election, 1961 following the death of Woo Saik Hong.
  4. ^ Abdul Razak was elected to Parliament in the Lipis by-election, 1962 following the death of Mohamed Sulong Mohd Ali.
  5. ^ Awang was elected to Parliament in the Muar Selatan by-election, 1963 following the death of Sulaiman Abdul Rahman.

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