Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 3rd Malaysian Parliament

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3rd Parliament of Malaysia
2nd Parliament 4th Parliament
Overview
JurisdictionMalaysia
Meeting placeMalaysian Houses of Parliament
Term20 February 1971 – 31 July 1974
Election1969 general election
GovernmentFirst Razak cabinet
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Rakyat
Members144
SpeakerChik Mohamed Yusuf Sheikh Abdul Rahman
Deputy SpeakerNik Ahmad Kamil Nik Mahmud
SecretaryAhmad Abdullah (until 1972)
Azizul Rahman Abdul Aziz
Prime MinisterAbdul Razak Hussein
Leader of the OppositionAsri Muda (until 17 April 1973)
Lim Kit Siang
Party controlAlliance (until 1973)
Barisan Nasional
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongTuanku Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah
Sessions
1st20 February 1971 – 11 February 1972
2nd9 May 1972 – 31 January 1973
3rd17 April 1973 – 21 January 1974
4th15 April 1974 – 26 July 1974
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This is a list of the members of the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) of the 3rd Parliament of Malaysia, elected in 1969.[1] From 1969 to 1971, the National Operations Council governed the country in lieu of the elected government. In 1971, the NOC was dissolved with the restoration of Third Parliament of Malaysia.

Composition[edit]

State # of Seats UMNO Seats MCA Seats MIC Seats PMIP Seats DAP Seats Gerakan Seats PPP Seats Ra'ayat Seats UMCO Seats USNO Seats SCA Seats SCA & BUMIPUTERA Seats PESAKA Seats SNAP Seats SUPP Seats IND Seats
Perlis 2 2
Kedah 12 7 2 3
Kelantan 10 4 6
Trengganu 6 4 2
Penang 8 1 1 1 5
Perak 20 7 1 1 1 5 1 4
Pahang 6 5 1
Selangor 14 6 2 1 3 2
Negri Sembilan 6 3 3
Malacca 4 2 1 1
Johore 16 11 5
Sabah 16 13 3
Sarawak 24 7 2 9 5 1
Seats won 144 52 13 2 12 13 8 4 0 0 13 3 7 2 9 5 1
Seats contested 337 68 33 3 62 24 14 6 0 3 13 3 13 15 23 19 32

Elected members by state[edit]

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served the entire term of the parliament (from 20 February 1971 until 31 July 1974).

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 9 | PAS 3
P003 Jitra-Padang Terap Fatimah Hashim Alliance (UMNO)
P004 Kubang Pasu Barat Abu Bakar Umar PMIP
P005 Kota Star Utara Mawardi Lebai Teh PMIP
P006 Alor Star Lim Pee Hung Alliance (MCA)
P007 Kuala Kedah Senu Abdul Rahman from 20 January 1973[N 1] Alliance (UMNO)
Tunku Abdul Rahman until 8 December 1972 Alliance (UMNO)
P008 Kota Star Selatan Yusof Rawa PMIP
P009 Kedah Tengah Khir Johari Alliance (UMNO)
P010 Jerai Hanafiah Hussain Alliance (UMNO)
P011 Baling Shafie Abdullah Alliance (UMNO)
P012 Sungei Patani Azahari Md. Taib Alliance (UMNO)
P013 Kulim Utara Bibi Aishah Hamid Don Alliance (UMNO)
P014 Kulim-Bandar Bahru Tai Kuan Yang Alliance (MCA)

Kelantan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PAS 6 | Alliance 4
P015 Tumpat Abdul Aziz Omar Alliance (UMNO)
P016 Kelantan Hilir Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat PMIP
P017 Pasir Mas Hilir Muhammad Fakhruddin Abdullah PMIP
P018 Kota Bharu Hilir Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen Tengku Ismail Alliance (UMNO)
P019 Bachok Mohd. Zain Abdullah PMIP
P020 Kota Bharu Hulu Mohamad Asri Muda PMIP
P021 Pasir Mas Hulu Tengku Zaid Tengku Ahmad PMIP
P022 Pasir Puteh Wan Sulaiman Ibrahim PMIP
P023 Tanah Merah Mohamed Yaacob Alliance (UMNO)
N24 Ulu Kelantan Nik Ahmad Kamil Nik Mahmud (Deputy Speaker) Alliance (UMNO)

Trengganu[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 4 | PMIP 2
P025 Besut Hussain Sulaiman Alliance (UMNO)
P026 Kuala Trengganu Utara Wan Abdul Kadir Ismail Alliance (UMNO)
P027 Kuala Trengganu Selatan Mohd. Daud Abdul Samad PMIP
P028 Dungun Abdul Wahab Yunus PMIP
P029 Kemaman Wan Mokhtar Ahmad Alliance (UMNO)
P030 Trengganu Tengah Engku Muhsein Abdul Kadir Alliance (UMNO)

Penang[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Gerakan 5 | Alliance 2 | DAP 1
P031 Bagan Tan Cheng Bee Alliance (MCA)
P032 Seberang Tengah Mustapha Hussain Gerakan
P033 Seberang Selatan Veerappen Veerathan Gerakan
P034 Penang Utara Peter Paul Dason DAP
P035 Penang Selatan Thomas Gabriel Selvaraj Gerakan
P036 Tanjong Lim Chong Eu Gerakan
P037 Dato' Kramat V. David Gerakan
P038 Seberang Utara Ahmad Saaid Alliance (UMNO)

Perak[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 9 | DAP 5 | PPP 4 | Gerakan 1 | PMIP 1
P039 Ulu Perak Mohamed Nor Mohd Dahan Alliance (UMNO)
P040 Krian Laut Sulaiman Taib Alliance (UMNO)
P041 Krian Darat Ramli Omar Alliance (UMNO)
P042 Larut Utara Tajudin Ali Alliance (UMNO)
P043 Larut Selatan Ng Hoe Hun Gerakan
P044 Bruas Su Liang Yu PPP
P045 Sitiawan Richard Ho Ung Hun DAP
P046 Sungei Siput V. T. Sambanthan Alliance (MIC)
P047 Kuala Kangsar Mohamed Ghazali Jawi Alliance (UMNO)
P048 Parit Hashim Gera PMIP
P049 Ulu Kinta Chan Yoon Onn PPP
P050 Ipoh R. C. Mahadeva Rayan PPP
P051 Menglembu S. P. Seenivasagam PPP
P052 Batu Gajah Lim Cho Hock DAP
P053 Kampar Fan Yew Teng DAP
P054 Hilir Perak Ahmad Damanhuri Abdul Wahab Alliance (UMNO)
P055 Telok Anson Chan Fu King DAP
P056 Bagan Datoh Sulaiman Bulon Alliance (UMNO)
P057 Batang Padang Loh Jee Mee DAP
P058 Tanjong Malim Lee Seck Fun Alliance (MCA)

Pahang[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 6
P059 Raub Hamzah Abu Samah Alliance (UMNO)
P060 Bentong Chan Siang Sun Alliance (MCA)
P061 Kuantan Mohamed Taib Alliance (UMNO)
P062 Pekan Abdul Razak Hussein Alliance (UMNO)
P063 Temerloh Mohamed Yusof Mahmud Alliance (UMNO)
P064 Lipis Ghazali Shafie from 8 April 1972[N 2] Alliance (UMNO)
Abdul Razak Hussin until 1972 Alliance (UMNO)

Selangor[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 9 | DAP 3 | Gerakan 2
P065 Kuala Selangor Raja Nong Chik Raja Ishak Alliance (UMNO)
P066 Batu Tan Chee Khoon Gerakan
P067 Kapar Mohd. Tahir Abdul Manan from 3 April 1971[N 3] Alliance (UMNO)
Hamzah Alang until 1 March 1970 Alliance (UMNO)
P068 Rawang Tunku Abdullah Tuanku Abdul Rahman Alliance (UMNO)
P069 Langat Shariff Ahmad Alliance (UMNO)
P070 Setapak Walter Loh Poh Khan DAP
P071 Bungsar Goh Hock Guan DAP
P072 Bukit Bintang Yeoh Teck Chye Gerakan
P073 Damansara Hor Cheok Foon DAP
P074 Klang V. Manickavasagam Alliance (MIC)
P075 Kuala Langat Mohd. Tahir Abdul Majid Alliance (UMNO)
P076 Sepang Lee Siok Yew Alliance (MCA)
P077 Sabak Bernam Mustapha Abdul Jabar Alliance (UMNO)
P078 Ulu Selangor Michael Chen Wing Sum from 3 June 1972[N 4] Alliance (MCA)
Khaw Kai Boh until 15 April 1972 Alliance (MCA)

Negri Sembilan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 3 | DAP 3
P079 Kuala Pilah Abdul Samad Idris Alliance (UMNO)
P080 Seremban Timor Chen Man Hin DAP
P081 Rembau-Tampin Mokhtar Hashim from 8 July 1972[N 5] Alliance (UMNO)
Sulaiman Mohamed Attas until 9 May 1972 Alliance (UMNO)
P082 Port Dickson Soorian Arjunan DAP
P083 Jelebu-Jempol Mohamed Ujang Alliance (UMNO)
P084 Seremban Barat Sinnathamby Seevaratnam DAP

Malacca[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 3 | DAP 1
P085 Malacca Tengah Tan Siew Sin Alliance (MCA)
P086 Bandar Malacca Lim Kit Siang DAP
P087 Malacca Utara Abdul Ghafar Baba Alliance (UMNO)
P088 Malacca Selatan Ahmad Ithnin from 30 January 1971[N 6] Alliance (UMNO)

Johore[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
Alliance 16
P089 Muar Dalam Syed Nasir Ismail Alliance (UMNO)
P090 Segamat Selatan Lee San Choon Alliance (MCA)
P091 Muar Pantai Seah Teng Ngiab Alliance (MCA)
P092 Muar Selatan Awang Hassan Alliance (UMNO)
P093 Batu Pahat Soh Ah Teck Alliance (MCA)
P094 Batu Pahat Dalam Fatimah Abdul Majid Alliance (UMNO)
P095 Kluang Utara Tiah Eng Bee Alliance (MCA)
P096 Johore Tenggara Syed Jaafar Albar Alliance (UMNO)
P097 Pontian Utara Sardon Jubir Alliance (UMNO)
P098 Pontian Selatan Ali Ahmad Alliance (UMNO)
P099 Kluang Selatan Chu Chee Peng Alliance (MCA)
P100 Johore Bahru Timor Hussein Onn Alliance (UMNO)
P101 Johore Bahru Barat Mohamed Rahmat Alliance (UMNO)
P102 Johore Timor Abdul Rahman Sabri from 8 September 1973[N 7] Alliance (UMNO)
Ismail Abdul Rahman until 2 August 1973 Alliance (UMNO)
P103 Segamat Utara Musa Hitam Alliance (UMNO)
P104 Muar Utara Ahmad Arshad Alliance (UMNO)

Sabah[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
USNO 13 | SCA 3
P105 Marudu Mustapha Harun USNO
P106 Bandau Baudi Unggut USNO
P107 Kota Belud Mohamad Said Keruak USNO
P108 Tuaran Buja Gumbilai USNO
P109 Kota Kinabalu Pang Tet Tshung SCA
P110 Penampang James Stephen Tibok USNO
P111 Kimanis Pengiran Tahir Pengiran Petra USNO
P112 Labuan-Beaufort Chik Johari Ondu Majakil USNO
P113 Sabah Dalam Mohamed Arif Salleh USNO
P114 Sabah Selatan Abdul Rashid Jais USNO
P115 Kinabalu Abdul Ghani Gilong USNO
P116 Sandakan Peter Lo Sui Yin SCA
P117 Labuk-Sugut Ajad Oyung USNO
P118 Kinabatangan Pengiran Ahmad Pengiran Indar USNO
P119 Darvel Mohd. Salleh Abdullah USNO
P120 Tawau Yeh Pao Tzu SCA

Sarawak[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
SNAP 9 | BUMIPUTERA 5 | SUPP 5 | PESAKA 2 | SCA 2 | IND 1
P121 Bau-Lundu Joseph Valentine Cotter from 14 October 1971[N 8] SUPP
Sinyium Mutit until 3 August 1971 SUPP
P122 Bandar Kuching Ong Kee Hui SUPP
P123 Santubong Awang Wal Awang Abu BUMIPUTERA
P124 Samarahan Abdul Taib Mahmud BUMIPUTERA
P125 Padawan Stephen Yong Kuet Tze SUPP
P126 Serian Rahun Debak SNAP
P127 Simunjan Bojeng Andot BUMIPUTERA
P128 Batang Lupar Edwin Tangkun SNAP
P129 Lubok Antu Jonathan Narwin Jinggong SNAP
P130 Betong Andrew Mara Walter Unjah SNAP
P131 Saratok Edmund Langgu Saga SNAP
P132 Sarikei Chen Ko Ming SCA
P133 Payang Abdul Rahman Ya'kub BUMIPUTERA
P134 Bandar Sibu Khoo Peng Loong SUPP
P135 Rajang Jawan Empaling from 12 January 1974[N 9] SUPP
Tibuoh Rantai until 1973 SUPP
P136 Mukah Latip Idris BUMIPUTERA
P137 Julau Banyang Janting PESAKA
P138 Kanowit Joseph Unting Umang IND
P139 Kapit Abit Angkin SNAP
P140 Ulu Rajang Jugah Barieng PESAKA
P141 Bintulu Ting Ming Kiong SCA
P142 Miri-Subis James Wong Kim Min SNAP
P143 Baram Luhat Wan SNAP
P144 Limbang-Lawas Awang Bungsu Abdullah SNAP

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Senu was elected to Parliament in the Kuala Kedah by-election, 1973 after the resignation of Tunku Abdul Rahman.
  2. ^ Ghazali was elected to Parliament in the Lipis by-election, 1972 after the resignation of Abdul Razak Hussin.
  3. ^ Mohd. Tahir was elected to Parliament in the Kapar by-election, 1971 after the death of Hamzah Alang.
  4. ^ Chen was elected to Parliament in the Ulu Selangor by-election, 1972 after the death of Khaw Kai Boh.
  5. ^ Mokhtar was elected to Parliament in the Rembau-Tampin by-election, 1972 after the death of Sulaiman Mohamed Attas.
  6. ^ Ahmad was elected to Parliament in the Malacca Selatan by-election, 1971. Election for Malacca Selatan federal constituency and another 40 federal constituencies in Sabah and Sarawak were postponed from the scheduled date, 10 May 1969.
  7. ^ Abdul Rahman was elected to Parliament in the Johore Timor by-election, 1973 after the death of Ismail Abdul Rahman.
  8. ^ Cotter was elected to Parliament in the Bau-Lundu by-election, 1971 after the resignation of Sinyium Mutit.
  9. ^ Jawan was elected to Parliament in the Rajang by-election, 1974 after the death of Tibouh Rantai.

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