Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 7th Malaysian Parliament

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7th Parliament of Malaysia
6th Parliament 8th Parliament
Overview
JurisdictionMalaysia
Meeting placeMalaysian Houses of Parliament
Term6 October 1986 – 5 October 1990
Election1986 general election
GovernmentThird Mahathir cabinet
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Rakyat
Members177
SpeakerMohamed Zahir Ismail
Deputy SpeakerD. P. Vijandran (until 23 February 1990)
Mohamed Amin Daud
Ong Tee Keat
SecretaryAzizul Rahman Abdul Aziz (until 1988)
Wan Zahir Sheikh Abdul Rahman
Prime MinisterMahathir Mohamad
Leader of the OppositionLim Kit Siang
Party controlBarisan Nasional
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongTuanku Iskandar (until 25 April 1989)
Tuanku Azlan Shah
Sessions
1st6 October 1986 – 7 December 1987
2nd7 March 1988 – 6 December 1988
3rd6 March 1989 – 15 December 1989
4th26 February 1990 – 26 June 1990
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This is a list of the members of the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) of the 7th Parliament of Malaysia, elected in 1986.[1]

Composition[edit]

State # of Seats UMNO Seats MCA Seats MIC Seats PAS Seats Gerakan Seats PPP Seats DAP Seats PSRM Seats SDP Seats NASMA Seats HAMIM Seats BERJAYA Seats PBS Seats USNO Seats PBB Seats PBDS Seats SNAP Seats SUPP Seats MOMOGUN Seats PLUS Seats IND Seats
Perlis 2 2
Kedah 14 12 2
Kelantan 13 11 1 1
Terengganu 8 8
Penang 11 4 1 6
Perak 23 11 3 2 3 4
Pahang 10 7 3
Selangor 14 7 3 2 2
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur 7 2 1 4
Negeri Sembilan 7 4 1 2
Malacca 5 3 1 1
Johor 18 12 5 1
Federal Territory of Labuan 1 1
Sabah 20 4 10 5 1
Sarawak 24 1 8 5 4 4 2
Seats won 177 83 17 6 1 5 0 24 0 0 0 1 0 10 5 8 5 4 4 0 0 4
Seats contested 431 84 32 6 98 9 0 64 4 19 4 2 8 14 6 8 5 5 7 2 2 52

Elected members by state[edit]

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served the entire term of the parliament (from 6 October 1986 until 4 October 1990).

Perlis[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 2
P001 Kangar Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P002 Arau Shahidan Kassim BN (UMNO)

Kedah[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 14
P003 Jerlun-Langkawi Sanusi Junid BN (UMNO)
P004 Kubang Pasu Mahathir Mohamad BN (UMNO)
P005 Padang Terap Affifudin Omar BN (UMNO)
P006 Kota Setar Abdul Hadi Derani BN (UMNO)
P007 Alor Setar Oo Gin Sun BN (MCA)
P008 Kuala Kedah Mohammad Abu Bakar Rautin Ibrahim BN (UMNO)
P009 Pendang Othman Abdul BN (UMNO)
P010 Jerai Ghazali Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P011 Merbok Abdul Daim Zainuddin BN (UMNO)
P012 Sik Zainol Abidin Johari BN (UMNO)
P013 Baling Raja Ariffin Raja Sulaiman BN (UMNO)
P014 Sungai Petani Abdul Manaf Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P015 Padang Serai Chew Kam Hoy BN (MCA)
P016 Kulim-Bandar Baharu Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir BN (UMNO)

Kelantan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 12 | PAS 1
P017 Tumpat Dusuki Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P018 Pengkalan Chepa Nik Abdullah Arshad PAS
P019 Kota Bharu Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen Tengku Ismail BN (UMNO)
P020 Pasir Mas Ibrahim Ali BN (UMNO)
P021 Rantau Panjang Mohamed Yaacob BN (UMNO)
P022 Nilam Puri Mohamed Ali BN (UMNO)
P023 Bachok Mohd. Zain Abdullah BN (HAMIM)
P024 Pasir Puteh Wan Omar Wan Majid BN (UMNO)
P025 Kok Lanas Abdullah Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P026 Tanah Merah Hashim Safin BN (UMNO)
P027 Machang Mohd. Kassim Ahmed BN (UMNO)
P028 Kuala Krai Mohamed Isa BN (UMNO)
P029 Gua Musang Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah BN (UMNO)

Terengganu[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 8
P030 Besut Zakaria Abdul Rahman BN (UMNO)
P031 Setiu Mohamed Yusof Mohamed Noor BN (UMNO)
P032 Kuala Nerus Ibrahim Azmi Hassan BN (UMNO)
P033 Kuala Terengganu Zubir Embong BN (UMNO)
P034 Marang Abdul Rahman Bakar BN (UMNO)
P035 Hulu Terengganu Alias Md. Ali BN (UMNO)
P036 Dungun Awang Abdul Jabar BN (UMNO)
P037 Kemaman Ismail Said BN (UMNO)

Penang[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
DAP 6 | BN 5
P038 Kepala Batas Abdullah Ahmad Badawi BN (UMNO)
P039 Tasek Gelugor Mohammed Yusoff Abdul Latib BN (UMNO)
P040 Bagan Teoh Teik Huat DAP
P041 Permatang Pauh Anwar Ibrahim BN (UMNO)
P042 Bukit Mertajam Chian Heng Kai DAP
P043 Nibong Tebal Goh Cheng Teik BN (Gerakan)
P044 Bukit Bendera Gooi Hock Seng DAP
P045 Tanjong Lim Kit Siang DAP
P046 Jelutong Karpal Singh DAP
P047 Bayan Baru Peter Paul Dason DAP
P048 Balik Pulau Mohamad Subky Abdul Raof BN (UMNO)

Perak[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 19 | DAP 4
P049 Gerik Tajol Rosli Mohd Ghazali BN (UMNO)
P050 Larut Mohd. Zihin Mohd. Hassan BN (UMNO)
P051 Parit Buntar Abdul Raman Suliman BN (UMNO)
P052 Bagan Serai Zainal Abidin Zin BN (UMNO)
P053 Bukit Gantang Abdullah Fadzil Che Wan BN (UMNO)
P054 Taiping Paul Leong Khee Seong BN (Gerakan)
P055 Tasek Chenderoh Saidin Mat Piah BN (UMNO)
P056 Sungai Siput Samy Vellu BN (MIC)
P057 Tambun Yahaya Mohd. Shafie BN (UMNO)
P058 Pasir Pinji Lau Dak Kee DAP
P059 Ipoh P. Patto DAP
P060 Batu Gajah Ting Chek Ming DAP
P061 Kuala Kangsar Rafidah Aziz BN (UMNO)
P062 Beruas Lim Keng Yaik BN (Gerakan)
P063 Parit Nasruddin Alang Saidin BN (UMNO)
P064 Gopeng Ting Chew Peh from 16 May 1987[N 1] BN (MCA)
Tan Koon Swan until 3 April 1987 BN (MCA)
P065 Kampar Ngoi Thiam Woh DAP
P066 Tapah M. G. Pandithan BN (MIC)
P067 Pasir Salak Megat Junid Megat Ayub BN (UMNO)
P068 Lumut Ng Cheng Kuai BN (MCA)
P069 Bagan Datok Mohamed Jamrah BN (UMNO)
P070 Telok Intan Ong Tin Kim BN (Gerakan)
P071 Tanjong Malim Loke Yuen Yow BN (MCA)

Pahang[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 10
P072 Lipis Wang Choon Wing BN (MCA)
P073 Raub Teng Gaik Kwan BN (MCA)
P074 Jerantut Wan Abu Bakar Wan Mohamad BN (UMNO)
P075 Kuantan Adam Abdul Kadir BN (UMNO)
P076 Pekan Najib Razak BN (UMNO)
P077 Maran Muhammad Abdullah BN (UMNO)
P078 Mentakab Siti Zaharah Sulaiman BN (UMNO)
P079 Bentong Lim Ah Lek from 13 May 1989[N 2] BN (MCA)
Chan Siang Sun until 21 March 1989 BN (MCA)
P080 Temerloh Sabbaruddin Chik BN (UMNO)
P081 Rompin Mohamed Amin Daud (Deputy Speaker) BN (UMNO)

Selangor[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 12 | DAP 2
P082 Sabak Bernam Hussein Taib BN (UMNO)
P083 Tanjong Karang Kamaruzaman Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P084 Hulu Selangor Subramaniam Sinniah BN (MIC)
P085 Kuala Selangor Abu Hassan Omar BN (UMNO)
P086 Kapar D. P. Vijandran[N 3] (Deputy Speaker) BN (MIC)
P087 Selayang Zaleha Ismail BN (UMNO)
P088 Ampang Jaya Ong Tee Keat from 28 January 1989[N 4][N 5] (Deputy Speaker) BN (MCA)
Lim Ann Koon until 9 December 1988 BN (MCA)
P089 Hulu Langat Lee Kim Sai BN (MCA)
P090 Petaling Jaya Eng Seng Chai DAP
P091 Puchong V. David DAP
P092 Shah Alam Rahmah Othman BN (UMNO)
P093 Klang Ng Cheng Kiat BN (MCA)
P094 Kuala Langat Basri Bajuri BN (UMNO)
P095 Sepang Mohd. Sharif Jajang BN (UMNO)

Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
DAP 4 | BN 3
P096 Kepong Tan Seng Giaw DAP
P097 Batu Alexander Lee Yu Lung BN (Gerakan)
P098 Titiwangsa Suleiman Mohamed BN (UMNO)
P099 Bukit Bintang Lee Lam Thye DAP
P100 Lembah Pantai Abdul Razak Abu Samah BN (UMNO)
P101 Seputeh Liew Ah Kim DAP
P102 Sungai Besi Tan Kok Wai DAP

Negeri Sembilan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 5 | DAP 2
P103 Jelebu Rais Yatim BN (UMNO)
P104 Jempol Mohd. Khalid Mohd. Yunus BN (UMNO)
P105 Tampin Mohd. Noh Rajab BN (UMNO)
P106 Kuala Pilah Napsiah Omar BN (UMNO)
P107 Seremban Chen Man Hin DAP
P108 Rasah Hu Sepang DAP
P109 Telok Kemang K. Pathmanaban BN (MIC)

Malacca[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 4 | DAP 1
P110 Alor Gajah Mohd. Adib Mohd. Adam BN (UMNO)
P111 Selandar Kok Wee Kiat BN (MCA)
P112 Batu Berendam Mohd. Tamrin Abdul Ghafar BN (UMNO)
P113 Kota Melaka Lim Guan Eng DAP
P114 Jasin Abdul Ghafar Baba BN (UMNO)

Johor[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 17 | IND 1
P115 Segamat Subramaniam Sinniah BN (MIC)
P116 Ledang Abdul Ghani Othman BN (UMNO)
P117 Pagoh Ahmad Omar BN (UMNO)
P118 Labis Ling Liong Sik BN (MCA)
P119 Mersing Abdul Ajib Ahmad BN (UMNO)
P120 Kluang Ling Chooi Sieng BN (MCA)
P121 Parit Sulong Shariffah Dorah Syed Mohammed BN (UMNO)
P122 Bakri Chua Jui Meng BN (MCA)
P123 Muar Mohamed Sam Sailan BN (UMNO)
P124 Sri Gading Mustaffa Mohammad BN (UMNO)
P125 Batu Pahat Daud Taha BN (UMNO)
P126 Sungai Benut Mohamed Tawfik Ismail BN (UMNO)
P127 Senai Woon See Chin BN (MCA)
P128 Kota Tinggi Musa Hitam BN (UMNO)
P129 Tebrau Siti Zainabon Abu Bakar BN (UMNO)
P130 Johor Bahru Shahrir Abdul Samad
recontest, won on 25 August 1988[N 6]
BN (UMNO)
IND
P131 Pulai Mohamed Rahmat BN (UMNO)
P132 Pontian Law Lai Heng BN (MCA)

Federal Territory of Labuan[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
IND 1
P133 Labuan Abdol Mulok Awang Damit IND

Sabah[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 15 | DAP 4 | IND 1
P134 Marudu Joe Ojihi Supiring IND
P135 Bandau Henry Madatang Morejal BN (PBS)
P136 Kota Belud Maidom Pansai BN (PBS)
P137 Tuaran Kalakau Untol BN (USNO)
P138 Kinabalu Kasitah Gaddam BN (USNO)
P139 Jambongan Metah Asang BN (PBS)
P140 Sandakan Fung Ket Wing DAP
P141 Kinabatangan Pitting Mohd. Ali BN (USNO)
P142 Keningau Joseph Pairin Kitingan BN (PBS)
P143 Penampang Bernard Giluk Dompok BN (PBS)
P144 Gaya Gerard Math Lee Min DAP
P145 Tanjong Aru Hsing Yin Shean DAP
P146 Papar Osu Sukam BN (USNO)
P147 Kimanis Nurnikman Abdullah BN (USNO)
P148 Limbawang Mustapha Harun from 18 April 1987[N 7] BN (USNO)
Abdul Hamid Mustapha until 21 February 1987 BN (USNO)
P149 Padas Kadoh Agundong BN (PBS)
P150 Pensiangan Taimin Lumaing BN (PBS)
P151 Tawau Samson Chin Chee Tsu DAP
P152 Silam Railey Jeffrey BN (USNO)
P153 Semporna Sakaran Dandai BN (USNO)

Sarawak[edit]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 21 | DAP 1 | IND 2
P154 Mas Gading Patau Rubis BN (SNAP)
P155 Bandar Kuching Sim Kwang Yang DAP
P156 Santubong Sulaiman Daud BN (PBB)
P157 Samarahan Abdul Taib Mahmud BN (PBB)
P158 Padawan Stephen Yong Kuet Tze BN (SUPP)
P159 Serian Lainus Andrew Luwak IND
P160 Simunjan Bujang Ulis BN (PERMAS)
P161 Batang Lupar Daniel Tajem Miri BN (PBDS)
P162 Lubok Antu Jawah Gerang from 4 April 1987[N 8] BN (PBDS)
Andrew Janggi Muyang until 9 February 1987 BN (PBDS)
P163 Betong Douglas Uggah Embas BN (PBB)
P164 Saratok Peter Tinggom Kamarau BN (SNAP)
P165 Paloh Abang Abu Bakar Abang Mustapha BN (PBB)
P166 Sarikei Law Hieng Ding BN (SUPP)
P167 Sibu Tieu Sung Seng BN (SUPP)
P168 Rajang Nicholas Munong Ibau IND
P169 Mukah Leo Michael Toyad BN (PBB)
P170 Julau Thomas Salang Siden BN (PBDS)
P171 Kanowit Leo Moggie Irok BN (PBDS)
P172 Kapit James Jimbun Pungga BN (PBB)
P173 Ulu Rajang Justine Jinggot BN (SNAP)
P174 Bintulu Ting Ling Kiew BN (SNAP)
P175 Lambir Peter Chin Fah Kui BN (SUPP)
P176 Baram Luhat Wan BN (SNAP)
P177 Bukit Mas Mutang Tagal BN (PBB)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ting was elected to Parliament in the Gopeng by-election, 1987 following the resignation of incumbent member, Tan Koon Swan due to Pan-Electric Industries scandal and deposit-taking co-operative scandal.
  2. ^ Lim was elected to Parliament in the Bentong by-election, 1989 following the death of incumbent member, Chan Siang Sun.
  3. ^ In early 1990, the former Dewan Rakyat deputy speaker, D. P. Vijandran was forced to resign following a sex videotape controversy.
  4. ^ Ong was elected as the Deputy Speaker on 11 June 1990 following the resignation of D. P. Vijandran.
  5. ^ Lim Ann Koon was originally elected to serve in this constituency but announced the resignation in 1989. Ong was elected to Parliament in the Ampang Jaya by-election, 1989 defeating former Menteri Besar of Selangor, Harun Idris.
  6. ^ Shahrir was sacked that year in the events leading up to the 1988 Malaysian constitutional crisis and Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah's challenge to Prime Minister and UMNO President Mahathir Mohamad. In 1988, Shahrir resigned from his Parliamentary seat, and ran for re-election in the resulting by-election as an independent. A year later, he rejoined UMNO, while Razaleigh went on to form Semangat 46.
  7. ^ Mustapha was elected to Parliament in the Limbawang by-election, 1987 following the death of Abdul Hamid Mustapha.
  8. ^ Jawah was elected to Parliament in the Lubok Antu by-election, 1987 following the death of Andrew Janggi Muyang.

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