محمد بن الأمين
|Chairman of Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO)|
|Assumed office |
1 May 2020
|Minister||Alexander Nanta Linggi|
|Director General||Mohd Roslan Mahayudin|
|Preceded by||Rozhan Othman|
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament|
|Assumed office |
18 January 2020
|Preceded by||Anifah Aman (IND)|
|Member of the Sabah State Legislative Assembly|
5 May 2013 – 9 May 2018
|Preceded by||Karim Bujang (UMNO—BN)|
|Succeeded by||Daud Yusof (WARISAN)|
Mohamad bin Alamin
23 November 1972
Kg. Kelautan, Batu Enam, Kimanis, Sabah, Malaysia
|Political party||United Malays National Organisation (UMNO)|
|Barisan Nasional (BN) |
Perikatan Nasional (PN)
Muafakat Nasional (MN)
|Alma mater||International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM)|
Mohamad was born at Kg. Kelatuan, Batu Enam, Kimanis, Sabah in 1972. His father, Haji Alamin is a Kadazan Dusun from Kg. Kelatuan, Kimanis. Her mother, of course, is a Brunei Malay from Kg. Brunei, Membakut.
He began his education at Kelatuan Primary School in Kimanis. Then he continued his studies at Toh Puan Hajjah Rahmah Religious Secondary School in Kota Kinabalu.
After graduation, he was accepted as advocates & solicitors by Sabah & Sarawak High Court in 1997.He was the former President of Majlis Hal Ehwal Anak Negeri Sabah.
He involved in various of positions throughout his political career such as President of Sabahan Affairs Council, Youth Chief of UMNO Kimanis (2004–2013), and Vice Leader of UMNO Kimanis (2013–2018). Currently he is division leader of UMNO Kimanis.
In 2013 general election, Mohamad contested for Bongawan state assembly seat for the first time. He won the seat by majority of 3,392 votes.
He contested again in 2018 general election to retain the same seat. However, he was defeated by WARISAN candidate, Daud Yusof who is appointed as State Minister of Education.
2020 Kimanis by-election
In January 2020, Mohamad first contested to become an MP in Kimanis by-election. The election was held after the seat was declared vacant after the Federal Court on 2 December 2019 upheld the Election Court's ruling earlier on 16 August, nullifying the sitting Member of Parliament (MP), Anifah Aman's victory in the 2018 general election (GE14). BN decided to field Mohamad Alamin as their candidate for the by-election.
|2013||N23 Bongawan, P176 Kimanis||Mohamad Alamin (UMNO)||7,443||59.05%||Ibrahim Menudin (PKR)||4,051||32.14%||12,866||3,392||86.80%|
|Ak Aliuddin Pg Mohd Tahir (IND)||455||3.60%|
|Awang Talip Awang Bagul (SAPP)||335||2.66%|
|Assim @ Hassim Matali (STAR)||321||2.55%|
|2018||Mohamad Alamin (UMNO)||6,117||44.79%||Daud Yusof (WARISAN)||6,912||50.62%||13,953||795||85.90%|
|Jaafar Ismail (PHRS)||627||4.59%|
|2020||P176 Kimanis, Sabah||Mohamad Alamin (UMNO)||12,706||54.34%||Karim Bujang (WARISAN)||10,677||45.66%||23,703||2,029||79.92%|
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