Mohamed Hanipa Maidin
|محمد حنيفة بن ميدين|
|Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department |
2 July 2018 – 24 February 2020
|Monarchs||Muhammad V |
|Prime Minister||Mahathir Mohamad|
|Minister||Liew Vui Keong|
|Preceded by||Razali Ibrahim|
|Succeeded by||Eddin Syazlee Shith|
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament|
5 May 2013 – 19 November 2022
|Preceded by||Mohd Zin Mohamed |
|Succeeded by||Aiman Athirah Sabu |
|Majority||1,142 (2013) |
Mohamed Hanipa bin Maidin
1969 (age 53–54)
Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia
|Political party||National Trust Party (Malaysia) (AMANAH) (2015–present)|
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) (until 2015)
|Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah (APU) (until 1996)|
Barisan Alternatif (BA) (1998–2004)
Pakatan Rakyat (PR) (2008–2015)
Pakatan Harapan (PH) (2015–present)
|Alma mater||International Islamic University of Malaysia|
Mohamed Hanipa bin Maidin (Jawi: محمد حنيفة بن ميدين) is a Malaysian politician who served as the Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department in charge of legal affairs in the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration under former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and former Minister Liew Vui Keong from July 2018 to the collapse of the PH administration in February 2020 and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sepang from May 2013 to November 2022. He is a member of the National Trust Party (AMANAH), a component party of the PH opposition coalition. and was a member of Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS). He and other progressive PAS leaders referred to as the G18 were ousted at the 2015 PAS Muktamar. This led them to launch Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB), which took over the dormant Malaysian Workers' Party, after their attempt to form a new party called Parti Progresif Islam (PPI) was rejected by the Home Affairs Ministry. GHB was later rebranded as AMANAH with Mohamad Sabu as its 1st President.
|1995||P139 Kota Tinggi, Johor||Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAS)||3,007||7.56%||Syed Hamid Albar (UMNO)||36,776||92.44%||41,577||33,769||78.83%|
|1999||P131 Parit Sulong, Johor||Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAS)||13,603||30.32%||Ruhanie Ahmad (UMNO)||31,260||69.68%||46,006||17,657||73.95%|
|2004||P150 Batu Pahat, Johor||Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAS)||9,880||20.22%||Junaidy Abd Wahab (UMNO)||38,982||79.78%||50,234||29,102||73.43%|
|2008||P95 Tanjong Karang, Selangor||Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAS)||12,253||42.18%||Noh Omar (UMNO)||16,073||55.32%||29,052||3,820||79.83%|
|2013||P113 Sepang, Selangor||Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAS)||36,800||49.91%||Mohd Zin Mohamed (UMNO)||35,658||48.36%||75,135||1,142||89.06%|
|Suhaimi Mohd Ghazali (IND)||962||1.30%|
|Hanapiah Mohamad (IND)||315||0.43%|
|2018||Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (AMANAH)||46,740||51.56%||Marsum Paing (UMNO)||28,035||30.92%||92,087||18,705||88.11%|
|Sabirin Marsono (PAS)||15,882||17.52%|
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