Pang Hok Liong
Pang Hok Liong
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament|
for Labis, Johor
|Assumed office |
10 May 2018
|Preceded by||Chua Tee Yong (MCA-BN)|
|Member of the Johor State Legislative Assembly|
for Bekok, Johor
21 October 1990 – 24 April 1995
|Preceded by||Tay Boon Chong (MCA-BN)|
|Succeeded by||Tan Kok Hong (MCA-BN)|
|Born||22 July 1957|
Labis, Segamat District, Johor, Federation of Malaya
|Political party||Democratic Action Party (1988-)|
|Alma mater||London University|
|Website||Pang Hok Liong on Facebook|
Pang Hok Liong (simplified Chinese: 彭学良; traditional Chinese: 彭學良; pinyin: Péng Xuéliáng; born 22 July 1957) is a Malaysian politician. He is a member of the Democratic Action Party (DAP) in the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition. He is the incumbent Member of Parliament for the Labis constituency since 2018. He was the Johor State Legislative Assemblyman for Bekok for one term from 1990 to 1995 previously.
Pang previously contested for the Segamat seat in 2004 and 2008 general elections but had lost both the contests to Subramaniam Sathasivam of Barisan Nasional (BN). He did not participate in the 2013 general elections.
In the 2018 general election, Pang was elected to the Parliament of Malaysia for the Labis constituency, winning 16,977 of the 32,578 votes cast. He defeated the then Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry, Chua Tee Yong.
|1990||N8 Bekok, P118 Labis||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||7,638||49.27%||Lim Si Cheng (MCA)||7,348||47.40%||15,502||290||70.43%|
|1995||N8 Bekok, P128 Labis||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||6,422||36.15%||Tan Kok Hong (MCA)||10,850||61.08%||17,763||4,428||71.46%|
|1999||N16 Maharani, P132 Bakri||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||9,413||42.03%||Lau Yew Wee (MCA)||12,225||54.59%||22,394||2,812||72.30%|
|2004||N2 Jementah, P140 Segamat||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||6,449||35.84%||Lee Hong Tee (MCA)||11,174||62.10%||17,993||4,725||70.00%|
|2008||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||8,098||43.93%||Lee Hong Tee (MCA)||9,912||53.77%||18,434||1,814||73.00%|
|2004||P140 Segamat, Johor||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||10,144||35.01%||Subramaniam Sathasivam (MIC)||17,953||61.96%||28,974||7,809||70.70%|
|2008||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||12,930||43.54%||Subramaniam Sathasivam (MIC)||15,921||53.61%||29,699||2,991||72.96%|
|2018||P142 Labis, Johor||Pang Hok Liong (DAP)||16,709||52.17%||Chua Tee Yong (MCA)||13,301||41.53%||32,030||3,408||80.76%|
|Abdul Hamid Abdullah (PAS)||2,020||6.31%|
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