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Sarawak state election, 2016
Sarawak
← 2011 7 May 2016

All 82 seats in the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly
42 seats needed for a majority
Registered 1,139,647
Turnout 753,692 (66.13%)
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Adenan Satem during a meeting with National Professor Council.jpg Chong Chieng Jen during Malaysian GE 13.jpg PKR
Leader Adenan Satem Chong Chieng Jen Baru Bian
Party Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu DAP PKR
Alliance Barisan Nasional PH PH
Leader's seat Tanjong Datu Kota Sentosa Ba'kelalan
Last election 55 seats, 55.36% 12 seats, 20.05% 3 seats, 17.41%
Seats before 55 12 3
Seats won
72 / 82
7 / 82
3 / 82
Seat change Increase17 Decrease5 Steady
Popular vote 466,953 145,873 76,003
Percentage 61.96 19.35 10.08
Swing Increase6.6% Decrease0.7% Decrease7.3%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  STAR AMANAH PAS
Leader Soo Lina Mohammad Fidzuan Zaidi Jofri Jaraiee
Party STAR Amanah PAS
Alliance - PH Third Front
Last election Not contested New party No seats, 1.44%
Seats before 0 0 0
Seats won 0 0 0
Seat change Steady Steady Steady
Popular vote 2,841 8,433 13,210
Percentage 0.38 1.12 1.75
Swing Not contested New party Increase0.3%

  Seventh party
  PBDS Baru
Leader Patrick Uren
Party Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak Baru
Alliance -
Last election New party
Seats before 0
Seats won 0
Seat change Steady
Popular vote 1,244
Percentage 0.17
Swing New party

Chief Minister before election

Adenan Satem
Barisan Nasional

Chief Minister-designate

Adenan Satem
Barisan Nasional

The eleventh Sarawak state election was held on Saturday, 7 May 2016 after nomination for candidates on Monday, 25 April 2016. The 82 members of the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly, were elected in single-member constituencies using first-past-the-post voting. More than 1.1 million who had their names entered or retained in an electoral register for a particular electoral district in Sarawak was eligible to vote at the time of the election. Malaysia does not practice compulsory voting and automatic voter registration. The voting age is 21 although the age of majority in the country is 18. The election was conducted by the Election Commission of Malaysia.

The Sarawak State Legislative Assembly would automatically dissolve on 20 June 2016, the fifth anniversary of the first sitting, and elections must be held within ninety days (three months) of the dissolution (on or before 20 September 2016, with the date to be decided by the Election Commission), unless dissolved prior to that date by the Head of State (Yang di-Pertua Negeri of Sarawak) on the advice of the Head of Government (Chief Minister of Sarawak).

The previous state election was held at 2011. The state assemblymen is elected to 5 years term each. It is expected to be the most hotly contested election in Sarawak's poll history. At the previous election, the opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat made historic gains by doubling its State Assembly seats, while the ruling coalition Barisan Nasional retained a two-third majority. [1]

Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has unexpectedly announced that 18 April will possibly be the nomination day and 30 April the polling day for the 11th Sarawak state election. Adenan was addressing a pre-election seminar for PBB’s Satok branch at a seaside resort here at about 9pm yesterday when he made the announcement. “I have already met the Election Commission (EC) and decided to set 18 April as nomination day and polling day on 30 April,” he reportedly said at the seminar, speaking in Bahasa Malaysia.[2] However, Adenan said the final decision was up to the Election Commission. [3]

On 14 April, the Election Commission announced that the election will be held on 7 May, with 12 days of campaigning and the nomination day set on 25 April. The legislative assembly was dissolved on Monday, 11 April.[4]

List of candidates by party[edit]

Analysis of previous election results[edit]

GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Constituency # Incumbent Party Previous election popular vote % Status after 2016 election 2016 election popular vote %
Ngemah N49 Alexander Vincent PRS 44.3 Retained 46.1
Telang Usan N77 Dennis Ngau PBB 46.2 Retained 51.3
Senadin N75 Lee Kim Sin SUPP 49.5 Retained 58.8
Kakus N60 John Sikie Tayai PRS 51.2 Retained 75.2
Beting Maro N29 Razali Gapor PBB 52.8 Retained 60.1
Kedup N22 Maclaine Ben @ Martin Ben PBB 53.4 Retained 73.2
Machan N50 Gramong Juna PBB 53.4 Retained 60.4
Lambir N72 Ripin Lamat PBB 52.9 Retained 68.7
Mambong (previously Bengoh) N19 Jerip Susil SUPP 54.6 Retained 53.0
Tasik Biru N2 Peter Nansian Ngusie SPDP 55.2 Retained 55.1
Tarat N20 Roland Sagah Wee Inn PBB 55.2 Retained 73.6
Fairly safe
Tamin N59 Joseph Mauh Ikeh PRS 56.2 Retained 55.0
Opar N1 Ranum Mina SUPP 56.5 Retained 50.1
Bawang Assan N53 Wong Soon Koh SUPP 56.6 Retained 61.6
Meluan N48 Wong Judat SPDP 57.4 Retained 37.4
Pakan N47 William Mawan Ikom SPDP 58.0 Retained 50.9
Safe
Jepak N67 Talib Zulpilip PBB 60.8 Retained 68.8
Katibas N62 Ambrose Blikau Enturan PBB 61.6 Retained 74.2
Layar N36 Alfred Jabu Numpang PBB 62.0 Retained 61.1
Balai Ringin N30 Snowdan Lawan PRS 63.3 Retained 58.1
Saribas N35 Ricky@Mohamad Razi Bin Sitam PBB 63.3 Retained 79.6
Kemena N69 Stephen Rundi Utom PBB 63.4 Retained 75.6
Simanggang N32 Francis Harden Hollis SUPP 66.4 Retained 50.7
Bukit Begunan N31 Mong Dagang PRS 67.1 Retained 86.7
Tebedu N21 Michael Manyin Jawong PBB 67.2 Retained 86.3
Belaga N65 Liwan Lagang PRS 67.2 Retained 90.0
Kalaka N38 Abdul Wahab Aziz PBB 67.3 Retained 77.6
Sebuyau N27 Julaihi Narawi PBB 67.7 Retained 69.9
Bukit Saban N37 Robert Lawson Chuat PBB 67.7 Retained 85.7
Tupong N6 Daud Abdul Rahman PBB 68.1 Retained 79.1
Bekenu N71 Rosey Yunus SPDP 69.3 Retained 71.7
Lingga N28 Simoi Peri PBB 69.7 Retained 66.8
Satok N8 Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari Abang Openg PBB 69.8 Retained 79.1
Asajaya N15 Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah PBB 69.8 Retained 74.7
Batu Danau N80 Palu @ Paulus Gumbang SPDP 70.2 Retained 75.4
Batang Ai N34 Malcom Mussen Lamoh PRS 71.0 Retained 74.2
Marudi N76 Sylvester Entri Muran SPDP 71.1 Retained 56.9
Engkilili N33 Johnical Rayong Ngipa SUPP 71.2 Retained 70.8
Jemoreng N44 Gani @ Abu Seman Jahwie PBB 71.6 Retained 77.4
Sadong Jaya N24 Aidel Lariwoo PBB 71.7 Retained 82.2
Bukit Kota N79 Abdul Rahman Ismail PBB 72.2 Retained Uncontested
Daro N43 Murni Suhaili PBB 73.4 Retained 89.8
Pantai Damai N4 Abdul Rahman Junaidi PBB 74.0 Retained 86.8
Simunjan N25 Naroden Majais PBB 74.2 Retained 71.1
Samariang N7 Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali PBB 74.4 Retained 80.2
Demak Laut N5 Hazland Abang Hipni PBB 74.6 Retained 88.1
Balingian N58 Abdul Taib Mahmud PBB 75.0 Retained 77.2
Nangka N55 Annuar Rapa'ee PBB 75.1 Retained 77.6
Muara Tuang N16 Mohamad Ali Mahmud PBB 75.8 Retained 80.5
Tanjung Datu N3 Adenan Satem PBB 76.5 Retained 93.4
Dalat N56 Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming PBB 77.9 Retained 90.1
Semop N42 Abdullah Saidol PBB 81.4 Retained 85.8
Baleh N64 James Jemut Masing PRS 81.6 Retained 91.7
Bukit Sari N82 Awang Tengah Ali Hassan PBB 85.2 Retained Uncontested
Kuala Rajang (previously Belawai) N41 Banyi Beriak PBB 85.4 Retained 88.6
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Constituency # Incumbent Party Previous election popular vote % Status after 2016 election 2016 election popular vote %
Dudong N52 Yap Hoi Liong DAP 49.6 Lost to BN 36.1
Batu Kawa N14 Christina Chiew Wang See DAP 50.9 Lost to BN-SUPP 36.5
Piasau N73 Ling Sie Kiong DAP 53.4 Lost to BN-SUPP 42.2
Ba'kelalan N81 Baru Bian PKR 54.6 Retained 55.2
Fairly safe
Pelagus N61 George Lagong IND 57.3 Lost to BN-PRS -
Repok N45 Wong Hua Seh DAP 59.0 Lost to BN-SUPP 45.4
Krian N39 Ali Biju PKR 59.6 Retained 59.0
Safe
Kota Sentosa N12 Chong Chieng Jen DAP 61.2 Retained 58.2
Meradong N46 Ting Tze Fui DAP 61.4 Lost to BN-SUPP 43.8
Pujut N74 Fong Pau Teck DAP 62.9 Retained 52.6
Pelawan N54 Wong Kee Woan DAP 65.4 Retained 58.3
Pending N10 Violet Yong Wui Wui DAP 67.5 Retained 62.6
Tanjung Batu (previously Kidurong) N68 Chiew Chu Sing DAP 68.2 Retained 59.1
Batu Lintang N11 See Chee How PKR 71.6 Retained 61.6
Padungan N9 Wong King Wei DAP 72.2 Retained 64.3
Bukit Assek N51 Wong Ho Leng DAP 73.0 Retained 61.0

Proposed Sarawak electoral districts[edit]

A proposal by the Election Commission to increase the number of state seats from 71 to 82 was challenged in the High Court and nullified. However this was overturn by a Court of Appeal reasoning that the increase in seats would not breach voters' constitutional rights and was in accordance with the 13th Schedule of the Federal Constitution.[5]

The composition of seats by ethnic majority consists of 21 Iban-majority seats, 20 Malay-majority seats, 16 Chinese-majority seats, 9 Melanau-majority seats, 8 Bidayuh-majority seats, 6 Orang Ulu-majority seats and 2 Kedayan-majority seats.

Source:



Federal
constituencies
Number of
constituents 2015
State
constituencies
Number of
constituents 2015
Number of constituents 2016 Early votes Postal votes Ethnic Majority
P.192 Mas Gading 26,171 N.01 Opar 9,531 9,714 5 0 Bidayuh
N.02 Tasik Biru 16,640 17,041 157 0 Bidayuh
P.193 Santubong 37,826 N.03 Tanjong Datu 9,301 9,899 186 0 Malay
N.04 Pantai Damai 16,160 18,409 29 1 Malay
N.05 Demak Laut 12,365 13,830 1 0 Malay
P.194 Petra Jaya 51,987 N.06 Tupong 20,713 21,499 64 7 Malay
N.07 Samariang 17,694 18,250 29 4 Malay
N.08 Satok 13,580 13,550 786 7 Malay
P.195 Bandar Kuching 81,992 N.09 Padungan 22,873 22,301 262 3 Chinese
N.10 Pending 30,881 30,488 957 4 Chinese
N.11 Batu Lintang
Previously under P.196 Stampin
28,238 28,105 75 13 Chinese
P.196 Stampin 58,111 N.12 Kota Sentosa 21,247 25,761 3,163 7 Chinese
N.13 Batu Kitang
New state constituency established
20,819 17,494 39 4 Chinese
N.14 Batu Kawah 16,045 16,991 1,241 8 Chinese
P.197 Kota Samarahan 39,029 N.15 Asajaya 10,706 10,967 23 0 Malay
N.16 Muara Tuang 15,562 16,186 267 1 Malay
N.17 Stakan
New state constituency established
12,761 14,846 7,055 0 Iban
P.198 Puncak Borneo
Renamed from Mambong
42,142 N.18 Serembu
New state constituency established
8,965 9,065 8 0 Bidayuh
N.19 Mambong
Renamed from Bengoh
16,227 17,467 996 1 Bidayuh
N.20 Tarat 16,950 16,391 13 0 Bidayuh
P.199 Serian 34,602 N.21 Tebedu 12,699 11,521 15 0 Bidayuh
N.22 Kedup 9,150 10,370 3 0 Bidayuh
N.23 Bukit Semuja
New state constituency established
12,753 13,365 191 1 Bidayuh
P.200 Batang Sadong 20,977 N.24 Sadong Jaya 6,752 6,749 1 0 Malay
N.25 Simunjan 7,513 7,774 96 0 Malay
N.26 Gedong
New state constituency established
6,712 7,087 1 0 Malay
P.201 Batang Lupar 27,212 N.27 Sebuyau 8,804 9,041 7 0 Malay
N.28 Lingga 8,731 8,988 3 0 Malay
N.29 Beting Maro 9,677 10,474 0 0 Malay
P.202 Sri Aman 30,443 N.30 Balai Ringin 9,811 9,945 4 1 Iban
N.31 Bukit Begunan 9,266 9,389 1,075 0 Iban
N.32 Simanggang 11,366 11,472 256 1 Iban
P.203 Lubok Antu 19,819 N.33 Engkilili 10,384 10,682 19 1 Iban
N.34 Batang Ai
Renamed from Batang Air
9,435 9,492 36 0 Iban
P.204 Betong 26,807 N.35 Saribas 9,296 9,879 3 0 Malay
N.36 Layar 8,835 9,094 111 0 Iban
N.37 Bukit Saban 8,676 8,897 5 0 Iban
P.205 Saratok 28,175 N.38 Kalaka 7,324 7,327 110 0 Malay
N.39 Krian 11,694 11,959 0 0 Iban
N.40 Kabong
New state constituency established
9,157 9,287 13 0 Malay
P.206 Tanjong Manis 19,627 N.41 Kuala Rajang
Renamed from Belawai
9,995 10,256 7 2 Melanau
N.42 Semop 9,632 9,617 0 0 Melanau
P.207 Igan 18,082 N.43 Daro 8,554 8,491 79 0 Melanau
N.44 Jemoreng 9,528 9,699 0 1 Melanau
P.208 Sarikei 37,083 N.45 Repok 20,282 20,263 236 0 Chinese
N.46 Meradong 16,801 16,882 71 0 Chinese
P.209 Julau 22,932 N.47 Pakan 9,923 10,322 0 1 Iban
N.48 Meluan 13,009 13,103 62 0 Iban
P.210 Kanowit 19,862 N.49 Ngemah 8,930 8,899 0 1 Iban
N.50 Machan 10,932 10,947 71 0 Iban
P.211 Lanang 57,477 N.51 Bukit Assek 28,908 28,341 0 1 Chinese
N.52 Dudong 28,569 29,028 690 2 Chinese
P.212 Sibu 66,375 N.53 Bawang Assan 17,645 18,340 4 0 Chinese
N.54 Pelawan 31,388 32,233 636 6 Chinese
N.55 Nangka 17,342 18,605 3,043 1 Melanau
P.213 Mukah 27,167 N.56 Dalat 10,985 11,440 71 1 Melanau
N.57 Tellian
New state constituency established
8,698 8,914 125 0 Melanau
N.58 Balingian 7,484 7,967 4 0 Melanau
P.214 Selangau 27,071 N.59 Tamin 14,469 14,948 16 0 Iban
N.60 Kakus 12,602 12,953 42 0 Iban
P.215 Kapit 27,899 N.61 Pelagus 6,839 7,186 0 0 Iban
N.62 Katibas 9,601 9,666 40 0 Iban
N.63 Bukit Goram
New state constituency established
11,459 11,510 68 0 Iban
P.216 Hulu Rajang 24,293 N.64 Baleh 9,427 9,624 0 0 Iban
N.65 Belaga 7,218 7,096 69 0 Orang Ulu
N.66 Murum
New state constituency established
7,648 8,242 0 0 Orang Ulu
P.217 Bintulu 57,887 N.67 Jepak 12,873 13,789 10 0 Melanau
N.68 Tanjong Batu
Renamed from Kidurong
19,289 19,674 270 2 Chinese
N.69 Kemena 12,798 13,991 0 0 Iban
N.70 Samalaju
New state constituency established
12,927 13,251 0 2 Iban
P.218 Sibuti 28,634 N.71 Bekenu 12,238 12,250 37 0 Kedayan
N.72 Lambir 16,396 17,533 695 3 Kedayan
P.219 Miri 74,861 N.73 Piasau 21,343 21,120 413 0 Chinese
N.74 Pujut 26,532 26,202 0 9 Chinese
N.75 Senadin 26,986 27,874 444 4 Chinese
P.220 Baram 31,476 N.76 Marudi 14,085 14,858 82 1 Iban
N.77 Telang Usan 9,343 10,000 12 0 Orang Ulu
N.78 Mulu
New state constituency established
8,048 8,600 0 0 Orang Ulu
P.221 Limbang 24,977 N.79 Bukit Kota 16,316 16,437 317 1 Malay
N.80 Batu Danau 8,661 8,657 2 2 Orang Ulu
P.222 Lawas 18,138 N.81 Ba'kelalan 7,087 7,375 0 0 Orang Ulu
N.82 Bukit Sari 11,051 12,418 101 1 Malay
Average 35,779 Average 13,524 13,898
Total eligible voters 1,109,134 Total eligible voters 1,109,134 1,139,647 25,022 105
Voting age population (aged 21 years and above) :

Campaign[edit]

Barisan Nasional campaign posters in Sibu.
Sarawak DAP Grand Finale campaign in Sibu.

The Sarawak state government was alleged to have abused their power, by banning several opposition MPs and members from entering the state during campaigning, as under Section 67 of the Immigration Act, a person cannot be denied entry into Sarawak if the visit was “for the sole purpose of engaging in legitimate political activity”.[6][7] Opposition leaders like Lim Guan Eng and Azmin Ali were allowed into the state on a temporary basis to campaign during the election period but were told to leave after five days.[8]

Barisan

Breakaway parties such as TERAS and UPP have their members contest seats under the Barisan banner as direct election candidates under a deal by Adenan Satem after their parties were prevented from joining Barisan after opposition from parties such as SUPP and SPDP.[9] Candidates from Barisan have been seen handing out money, foodstuffs and other election goodies to potential voters.[10][11] The government is also trying to tie the election to the development of the state such as upgrading roads and building the Pan-Borneo Highway.[12]

Opposition

Due to disagreements in contesting several seats between both DAP and PKR, both parties would be facing each other and Barisan in 6 multi-cornered fights in Batu Kitang, Mulu, Murum, Simanggang, Ngemah and Mambong.[13] The opposition has brought up the issue of minimum wage being lower in Sarawak compared to Peninsula Malaysia and that many younger Sarawakians were migrating to Peninsula Malaysia and Singapore for better job opportunities.[14]

Results[edit]

Two seats were won by Barisan Nasional uncontested, which are Bukit Kota and Bukit Sari,[15][16] due to several issues with the opposition.[citation needed]

Results by party[citation needed][edit]

Enrolled voters 1,139,647 Votes cast 778,819 Turnout 66.13 %
Did not vote 360,828 Informal votes 25,127 Informal 3.33 %
Party Party leader # of
candidates
Seats Popular vote
2011 Dissolution Elected % Change # % Change
Barisan Nasional BN Adenan Satem 82 55 45 72 87.80 Increase17 466,953 61.96 +6.6
Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu PBB Adenan Satem 39 35 35 39 47.56 Increase4
Sarawak United Peoples' Party SUPP Sim Kui Hian 13 6 2 7 8.54 Increase1
Parti Rakyat Sarawak PRS James Jemut Masing 11 8 8 11 13.41 Increase3
Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party SPDP Tiong King Sing 6 6 0 4 4.88 Decrease2
Barisan Nasional-Direct BN-Direct 13 - - 11 8.54
Pakatan Harapan PH 10 Decrease5
Democratic Action Party DAP Chong Chieng Jen 31 12 11 7 8.54 Decrease5 145,873 19.35 -0.7
People's Justice Party PKR Baru Bian 40 3 3 3 3.66 Steady 76,003 10.08 -7.3
National Trust Party AMANAH Mohammad Fidzuan Zaidi 13 N/A N/A 0 0.00 - 8,433 1.12 -
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party PAS Jofri Jaraiee 11 0 0 0 0.00 Steady 13,210 1.75 +0.3
State Reform Party STAR Lina Soo 10 0 1 0 0.00 Steady 2,841 0.38 -
Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak Baru PBDS Baru Patrick Uren 5 N/A N/A 0 0.00 - 1,244 0.17 -
Independent 36 1 1 0 0.00 -1 39,135 5.19 +2.2
Total 229 71 71 82 100.00 753,692 100.00

Results by Seats[edit]

# Constituency Winner Party Votes Opponent(s) Party Votes Majority Incumbent
BN 72 | PH 10
N1 Opar Ranum Anak Mina BN 3,665 Francis Teron Kadap Noyet PH-PKR 1,549 2,082 Ranum Anak Mina
(UPP)
Patrick Anek Uren PBDSB 524
Niponi Undek IND 1,583
N2 Tasik Biru Henry Jinep BN-SPDP 6,922 Mordi Bimol PH-DAP 5,634 1,288 Peter Nansian Ngusie
(TERAS)
N3 Tanjung Datu Adenan Satem BN-PBB 6,630 Jazolkipli Numan PH-PKR 468 5,892 Amar Haji Adenan Haji Satem
(BN-PBB)
N4 Pantai Damai Abdul Rahman Junaidi BN-PBB 10,918 Zainal Abidin Yet PAS 1,658 9,260 Abdul Rahman Junaidi
(BN-PBB)
N5 Demak Laut Hazland Abang Hipni BN-PBB 8,539 Mohd Fidzuan Zaidi PH-PAN 1,157 7,382 Hazland Abang Hipni
(BN-PBB)
N6 Tupong Fazzrudin Abdul Rahman BN-PBB 10,942 Nurhanim Mokhsen PH-PKR 2,887 8,055 Ir. Haji Daud Abdul Rahman
(BN-PBB)
N7 Samariang Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali BN-PBB 9,795 Yusof Assidiqqi Ahmad Sharkawi PAS 2,035 7,760 Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali
(BN-PBB)
Nani Sahari PH-PAN 389
N8 Satok Amar Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari Tun Abang Haji Openg BN-PBB 6,854 Mohammad Salleh Shawkatali PH-PKR 1,809 5,045 Amar Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari Tun Abang Haji Openg
(BN-PBB)
N9 Padungan Wong King Wei PH-DAP 9,332 Peter Pau BN-SUPP 5,062 4,270 Wong King Wei
(PH-DAP)
Teo Kuang Kim STAR 116
N10 Pending Violet Yong Wui Wui PH-DAP 12,454 Milton Foo Tiang Wee BN-SUPP 7,442 5,012 Violet Yong Wui Wui
(PH-DAP)
N11 Batu Lintang See Chee How PH-PKR 10,758 Sih Hua Tong BN-SUPP 6,373 4,385 See Chee How
(PH-PKR)
Lina Soo STAR 331
N12 Kota Sentosa Chong Chieng Jen PH-DAP 10,047 Wilfred Yap Yau Sin BN-SUPP 7,228 2,819 Chong Chieng Jen
(PH-DAP)
N13 Batu Kitang Lo Khere Chiang BN-SUPP 6,466 Voon Shiak Ni PH-PKR 883 1,842 New Seat
Abdul Aziz Isa PH-DAP 4,624
Othman Bojeng IND 54
Sulaiman Kadir IND 61
N14 Batu Kawa Sim Kui Hian BN-SUPP 6,414 Christina Chiew Wang See PH-DAP 4,329 2,085 Christina Chiew Wang See
(PH-DAP)
Liu Thian Leong IND 1,109
N15 Asajaya Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah BN-PBB 6,163 Abang Junaidi Abang Gom PH-PKR 2,085 4,078 Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah
(BN-PBB)
N16 Muara Tuang Idris Buang BN-PBB 9,503 Zulkipli Ramzi PAS 1,542 7,961 Mohamad Ali Mahmud
(BN-PBB)
Abang Abdul Halil Abang Naili PH-PAN 753
N17 Stakan Mohamad Ali Mahmud BN-PBB 8,820 Leslie Ting Xiang Zhi PH-DAP 1,778 7,042 New Seat
N18 Serembu Miro Simuh BN 3,452 Athina Klaywa Sim PH-PKR 1,218 1,397 New Seat
Buln Patrick Ribos STAR 120
Peter Nyomek Nyeap IND 2,055
N19 Mambong (previously known as Bengoh) Jerip Anak Susil BN 6,161 Willie Mongin PH-PKR 2,645 3,333 Jerip Anak Susil
(UPP)
Sanjan Daik PH-DAP 2,828
N20 Tarat Roland Sagah Wee Inn BN-PBB 8,450 Musa Ngog PH-PKR 3,029 5,421 Roland Sagah Wee Inn
(BN-PBB)
N21 Tebedu Michael Manyin Jawong BN-PBB 7,357 Alex Saben Nipong @ Nyipong PH-PKR 1,164 6,193 Michael Manyin Jawong
(BN-PBB)
N22 Kedup Maclaine Ben @ Martin Ben BN-PBB 5,769 Andrew Nyabe PH-DAP 1,941 3,828 Maclaine Ben @ Martin Ben
(BN-PBB)
Mark Murau Sumon PBDSB 168
N23 Bukit Semuja John Ilus BN 5,451 Edward Andrew Luwak PH-DAP 2,307 3,144 New Seat
Frederick Bayoi Manggie IND 1,196
Johnny Aput STAR 53
Cobbold Lusoi PBDSB 133
N24 Sadong Jaya Aidel Lariwoo BN-PBB 3,925 Asan Singkro PAS 458 3,467 Aidel Lariwoo
(BN-PBB)
Othman Mustapha @ Mos PH-PAN 157
Awang Rabiee Awang Hosen IND 234
N25 Simunjan Awla Idris BN-PBB 4,101 Jamilah Baharuddin PH-PKR 1,389 2,712 Haji Naroden Majais
(BN-PBB)
Hipni Kanaini IND 275
N26 Gedong Mohd Naroden Majais BN-PBB 4,064 Rapelson Richard Hamit PH-PAN 699 3,365 New Seat
Uja Bansi IND 396
N27 Sebuyau Julaihi Narawi BN-PBB 4,531 Wan Abdillah Wan Ahmad PAS 1,789 2,742 Julaihi Narawi
(BN-PBB)
Andrew Jain PH-PAN 164
N28 Lingga Hajjah Simoi Peri BN-PBB 4,169 Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh PH-PKR 1,226 2,943 Hajjah Simoi Peri
(BN-PBB)
Wan Abdillah Edruce Wan Abdul Rahman IND 842
N29 Beting Maro Razaili Gapor BN-PBB 4,758 Hamidah Mokhtar PAS 3,051 1,707 Razaili Gapor
(BN-PBB)
Andri Zulkarnaen Hamden PH-PAN 103
N30 Balai Ringin Snowdan Lawan BN-PRS 4,478 Nicholas Mujah Ason PH-PKR 700 2,039 Snowdan Lawan
(BN-PRS)
Pok Ungkut PBDSB 90
Entusa Imam IND 2,439
N31 Bukit Begunan Mong Dagang BN-PRS 5,550 Jubri Atak PH-PKR 855 4,695 Mong Dagang
(BN-PRS)
N32 Simanggang Francis Harden Hollis BN-SUPP 4,096 Norina Umoi Utot PH-PKR 580 1,390 Francis Harden Hollis
(BN-SUPP)
Leon Jimat Donald PH-DAP 695
Ngu Piew Seng IND 2,706
N33 Engkilili Johnical Rayong Ngipa BN 5,513 Nicholas Bawin Anggat PH-PKR 532 3,857 Johnical Rayong Ngipa
(UPP)
Ridi Bauk IND 1,656
Adan Sandom IND 91
N34 Batang Ai (previously known as Batang Air) Malcom Mussen Lamoh BN-PRS 4,884 Kolien Liong PH-PKR 1,698 3,186 Malcom Mussen Lamoh
(BN-PRS)
N35 Saribas Ricky@Mohamad Razi Sitam BN-PBB 5,963 Yakup Daud PH-PKR 1,531 4,432 Ricky@Mohamad Razi Sitam
(BN-PBB)
N36 Layar Gerald Rentap Jabu BN-PBB 3,931 Vernon Aji Kedit PH-PKR 2,503 1,428 Alfred Jabu Anak Numpang
(BN-PBB)
N37 Bukit Saban Douglas Uggah Embas BN-PBB 5,524 Noel Changgai Bucking PH-PKR 925 4,599 Robert Lawson Chuat
(BN-PBB)
N38 Kalaka Abdul Wahab Aziz BN-PBB 3,988 Jemat Panjang PH-PKR 1,153 2,835 Abdul Wahab Aziz
(BN-PBB)
N39 Krian Ali Anak Biju PH-PKR 5,388 Kilat Beriak BN-SPDP 3,748 1,640 Ali Anak Biju
(PH-PKR)
N40 Kabong Mohd Chee Kadir BN-PBB 5,069 Jini Sahini PH-PAN 1,484 3,585 New Seat
N41 Kuala Rajang (previously known as Belawai) Len Talif Salleh BN-PBB 6,235 Sopian Julaihi PH-PAN 649 5,586 Len Talif Salleh
(BN-PBB)
Asbor Abdullah IND 153
N42 Semop Abdullah Saidol BN-PBB 5,290 Mohamad Fadillah Sabali PH-PAN 878 4,412 Abdullah Saidol
(BN-PBB)
N43 Daro Safiee Ahmad BN-PBB 5,001 Ibrahim Bayau PH-PAN 569 4,432 Murni Suhaili
(BN-PBB)
N44 Jemoreng Juanda Jaya BN-PBB 5,084 Kiprawi Suhaili PH-PAN 187 3,789 Abu Seman Jahwie
(BN-PBB)
Abdullah Saminan IND 1,295
N45 Repok Huang Tiong Sii BN-SUPP 7,446 Yong Siew Wei PH-DAP 6,503 943 Wong Hua Seh
(PH-DAP)
Wong Ching King IND 381
N46 Meradong Ding Kuong Hiing BN-SUPP 6,865 Ting Tze Fui PH-DAP 5,349 1,516 Ting Tze Fui
(PH-DAP)
N47 Pakan William Mawan Ikom BN 3,999 Rinda Juliza Alexander PH-DAP 285 426 William Mawan Ikom
(TERAS)
Jawie Jingot @ Jenggot IND 3,573
N48 Meluan Rolland Duat Jubin BN-SPDP 3,363 Semana Sawang PH-PKR 2,008 677 Wong Judat
(SWP)
Remiguis Noel @ Jerry Clement IND 934
Elly Lawai Ngalai IND 2,686
N49 Ngemah Alexander Vincent BN-PRS 2,888 Thomas Laja Besi PH-PKR 396 154 Alexander Vincent
(BN-PRS)
Richard Lias PH-DAP 243
Joseph Jawa Kendawang IND 2,734
N50 Machan Allan Siden Gramong BN-PBB 4,550 George Chen Nguk Fa PH-PKR 1,381 2,952 Gramong Juna
(BN-PBB)
Semawi Paong IND 1,598
N51 Bukit Assek Irene Mary Chang Oi Ling PH-DAP 11,392 Chieng Buong Toon BN-SUPP 6,895 4,497 Vacant
Moh Hiong King STAR 374
N52 Dudong Tiong Thai King BN 9,700 Yap Hoi Liong PH-DAP 7,554 2,146 Yap Hoi Liong
(PH-DAP)
Mary Ting Yiik Hong STAR 152
Casper Kayong Umping IND 228
Lee Chung Fatt IND 3,288
N53 Bawang Assan Wong Soon Koh BN 9,015 Chiew Sung Ngie PH-DAP 4,884 4,131 Wong Soon Koh
(UPP)
Wong Sing Wei STAR 100
Watson Bangau Johnathan Renang IND 569
Yeu Bang Keng IND 63
N54 Pelawan David Wong Kee Woan PH-DAP 13,056 Janet Lau Ung Hie BN 8,742 4,314 David Wong Kee Woan
(PH-DAP)
Priscilla Lau STAR 597
N55 Nangka Annuar Rapaee BN-PBB 9,617 Abdul Raafidin Majidi PH-PKR 2,000 7,617 Annuar Rapaee
(BN-PBB)
Tiong Ing Tung STAR 773
N56 Dalat Hajjah Fatimah Abdullah BN-PBB 7,107 Sim Eng Hua PH-PKR 777 6,330 Hajjah Fatimah Abdullah
(BN-PBB)
N57 Tellian Yussibnosh Balo BN-PBB 5,087 Asini @ Hasni Yahya PH-PKR 666 4,421 New Seat
N58 Balingian Abdul Yakub Arbi BN-PBB 4,208 Nurzaiti Hamdan PH-PAN 1,244 2,964 Abdul Taib Mahmud
(BN-PBB)
N59 Tamin Christopher Gira Sambang BN-PRS 6,230 Simon Joseph PH-PKR 954 2,085 Joseph Mauh Ikeh
(BN-PRS)
Ali Puji IND 4,145
N60 Kakus John Sikie Tayai BN-PRS 7,054 Joshua Jabing @ Jabeng PH-PKR 1,843 5,211 John Sikie Tayai
(BN-PRS)
Clement Bayang PAS 482
N61 Pelagus Wilsong Nyabong Ijang BN-PRS 3,778 Frankie Bendindang Manjah PH-DAP 494 3,284 George Lagong
(TERAS)
Yong Sibat IND 321
N62 Katibas Ambrose Blikau Enturan BN-PBB 4,681 Paren Nyawi PH-DAP 1,628 3,053 Ambrose Blikau Enturan
(BN-PBB)
N63 Bukit Goram Jefferson Jamit Unyat BN-PBB 4,596 Larry Asap PH-DAP 2,010 2,586 New Seat
N64 Baleh James Jemut Masing BN-PRS 5,272 Agop Linsong PH-DAP 479 4,793 James Jemut Masing
(BN-PRS)
N65 Belaga Liwan Lagang BN-PRS 4,149 Alexander Lehan PH-PKR 463 3,686 Liwan Lagang
(BN-PRS)
N66 Murum Chukpai Ugon BN-PRS 3,265 Abun Sui Anyit PH-PKR 1,065 2,200 New Seat
Mathew Silek PH-DAP 687
Stanley Ajang Batok IND 1,029
N67 Jepak Talip Zulpilip BN-PBB 6,342 Abdul Jalil Bujang PH-PKR 2,141 4,201 Talip Zulpilip
(BN-PBB)
Kiprawi Aman PAS 406
Mohammed Anuar Abd Hamid STAR 136
Wong Hau Ming IND 190
N68 Tanjung Batu (previously known as Kidurong) Chiew Chiu Sing PH-DAP 7,984 Pau Chiong Ung BN-SUPP 5,436 2,548 Chiew Chiu Sing
(PH-DAP)
Chieng Lea Phing STAR 89
N69 Kemena Stephen Rundi Utom BN-PBB 7,192 Leighton Manjah PH-DAP 2,324 4,868 Stephen Rundi Utom
(BN-PBB)
N70 Samalaju Majang Renggi BN-PRS 5,456 Zharudin Narudin PAS 447 2,464 New Seat
Baba Emperan PH-DAP 2,992
N71 Bekenu Rosey Yunus BN 6,009 Bill Kayong PH-PKR 1,220 4,789 Rosey Yunus
(TERAS)
Jou @ Peter Jelin IND 565
Austin Sigi Melu IND 589
N72 Lambir Ripin Lamat BN-PBB 7,503 Mohdar Ismail PH-PKR 2,596 4,907 Ripin Lamat
(BN-PBB)
Mohammad Arifiriazul Paijo PAS 829
N73 Piasau Sebastian Ting Chiew Yew BN-SUPP 7,799 Alan Ling Sie Kiong PH-DAP 5,687 2,112 Alan Ling Sie Kiong
(PH-DAP)
N74 Pujut Ting Tiong Choon PH-DAP 8,899 Hii King Chiong BN 7,140 1,759 Fong Pau Teck
(PH-DAP)
Jofri Jaraiee PAS 513
Fong Pau Teck IND 375
N75 Senadin Lee Kim Shin BN-SUPP 10,683 Bob Baru Langub PH-DAP 7,145 3,538 Lee Kim Shin
(BN-SUPP)
Philemon John Edan PBDSB 329
N76 Marudi Penguang Manggil BN-SPDP 5,493 Elia Bit PH-PKR 4,106 1,387 Sylvester Entri Muran
(TERAS)
Louis Jalong IND 56
N77 Telang Usan Dennis Ngau BN-PBB 3,231 Ronald Engan PH-PKR 3,064 167 Dennis Ngau
(BN-PBB)
N78 Mulu Gerawat Jala BN 3,198 Paul Baya PH-PKR 1,490 1,708 New Seat
Paul Anyie Raja PH-DAP 309
Roland Dom Mattu IND 239
N79 Bukit Kota Abdul Rahman Ismail BN-PBB - Uncontested - - - Abdul Rahman Ismail
(BN-PBB)
N80 Batu Danau Paulus Gumbang BN 4,366 Ali Adap IND 1,427 2,939 Paulus Gumbang
(TERAS)
N81 Ba'Kelalan Baru Bian PH-PKR 2,858 Willie Liau BN-SPDP 2,320 538 Baru Bian
(PH-PKR)
N82 Bukit Sari Amar Hj. Awang Tengah Ali Hassan BN-PBB - Uncontested - - - Amar Hj. Awang Tengah Ali Hassan
(BN-PBB)

Government formation[edit]

Adenan Satem formed the state cabinet after being invited by Abdul Taib Mahmud to begin a new government following 7 May 2016 state election in Sarawak. To be the Chief Minister, Adenan sworn in before the Yang di-Pertua Negeri at 10.00 p.m. Malaysia Standard Time on 7 May 2016 at The Astana, Sarawak.[17]

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