Perikatan Nasional

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National Alliance
Malay namePerikatan Nasional
ڤريکتن ناسيونل
Chinese name國民聯盟
国民联盟
Guómín liánméng
Tamil nameதேசிய கூட்டணி
ChairmanMuhyiddin Yassin
Deputy ChairmanAbdul Hadi Awang
Vice ChairmanJeffrey Kitingan
Yong Teck Lee
Ahmad Faizal Azumu
Hajiji Noor
Dominic Lau Hoe Chai
Secretary-GeneralHamzah Zainuddin
Treasurer-GeneralAhmad Samsuri Mokhtar
Information ChiefMohamed Azmin Ali
FounderMuhyiddin Yassin
Founded23 February 2020 (2020-02-23)[1]
Registered7 August 2020
Legalised14 September 2020 legalised by Registration Of Societies (as a 'Party')
HeadquartersB4-3-1 Urbane Tower
1 Jalan Solaris Dutamas 1
Solaris Dutamas
50490 Kuala Lumpur
IdeologyNational conservatism
Islamic democracy
Malay nationalism
Social conservatism
Economic nationalism
Right-wing populism
20-point agreement
Political positionCentre-right to right-wing with far-right factions
Regional affiliationGabungan Rakyat Sabah (since 2020)
Colours  Dark blue
Dewan Negara:
21 / 70
Dewan Rakyat:
54 / 222
Dewan Undangan Negeri:
149 / 607
State Chief Ministers
4 / 13
Election symbol
Logo Perikatan Nasional.svg
Website
Official website

The National Alliance (Malay: Perikatan Nasional; abbrev: PN) is a political coalition composed of the Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM), Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), Homeland Solidarity Party (STAR Sabah), Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) and Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia (Gerakan). It has been the ruling coalition of Malaysia since March 2020.

The coalition was approved and fully registered in August 2020 by the Registration of Societies (ROS) and the use of the Perikatan Nasional logo was authorized by the Malaysian Election Commission (SPR).

At 50 seats, the coalition does not have a majority in the Dewan Rakyat, and relies on the support of former ruling coalition Barisan Nasional (BN), Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), and several independents. Perikatan Nasional is the second largest political coalition after the opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan, with 88 seats.

The alliance was established in February 2020 during the political crisis when PPBM departed from the then-governing Pakatan Harapan coalition. The 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Abdullah of Pahang, appointed Muhyiddin Yassin, the leader of PN, as the 8th Prime Minister of Malaysia, bringing the informal political alliance into government.

On 17 May 2020, the leaders and chairpersons of BN, PPBM, PAS, GPS, PBS and STAR Sabah officially announced a memorandum of understanding forming Perikatan Nasional. [2][3]

However, the United Malay National Organisation (UMNO), the largest party in Barisan Nasional, reaffirmed in July 2020 that it would not join PN but would continue to provide confidence and supply to PN and remain a part of the PN federal and state governments. On 11 February 2021, Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia, formerly a component party of Barisan Nasional, was accepted into PN.[4]

History[edit]

2020 Malaysian political crisis and rise to power[edit]

Since the morning of 23 February 2020, a faction from Parti Keadilan Rakyat led by its deputy president Azmin Ali who also served as Minister of Economic Affairs, BERSATU's Supreme Council, Muafakat Nasional of Malaysian Islamic Party-United Malays National Organisation pact retreat, UMNO's own Supreme Council, and GPS's member of the parliament; all held separate meetings in various locations.[5] These meetings, particularly that of BERSATU and Azmin Ali's faction led to rumours that the formation of a new governing coalition was being undertaken.[6] Later in the evening, an entourage of party leaders including Azmin, BERSATU President and then-Minister of Home Affairs Muhiyiddin, UMNO president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, PAS president Hadi Awang, GPS chairman Abang Johari Openg and Parti Warisan Sabah president Shafie Apdal arrived at the Istana Negara to seek an audience with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong[7] It was rumoured that the leaders were there to brief the Agong about the formation of a new coalition government and to declare their support for a new prime minister, effectively blocking PKR's president Anwar Ibrahim from the position.[8][9] Once the meeting had concluded, several opposition party leaders, including UMNO's Ismail Sabri Yaakob and PAS's Hadi Awang then joined Azmin's supporters at Sheraton Hotel in Petaling Jaya.[10] The purpose of the gathering was later revealed to be a dinner event called "Majlis Makan Malam Muafakat Ahli Parlimen" celebrating the achievement of a "consensus" among MPs, of which 131 were in attendance, from both the government and opposition.[11][12] This sparked controversy as people began to wonder of the purpose and meaning of the event, causing a split in the Pakatan Harapan coalition. The events that day were dubbed the "Sheraton Move",[13] and it was known as one of the longest Sundays in Malaysian politics.[14]

It was later confirmed by former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mohd. Najib Abdul Razak, that he, as well as MPs from the UMNO, signed statutory declarations in support of the then-Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad lead an alliance called Perikatan Nasional; however, their agreement was conditional.[15]

On the following day, Azmin Ali and PKR vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin were sacked from the party, as announced by secretary general, Saifuddin Nasution Ismail that afternoon,[16] as several other members of the party announced their departure from the party in solidarity with the two.[17] Following this, Mahathir announced his resignation from his position as Prime Minister,[18] and BERSATU President, Muhyiddin Yassin, announced that the party would officially leave the Pakatan Harapan coalition.[19] This caused the coalition to lose its majority in the Dewan Rakyat, marking the downfall of the almost 2 year old Pakatan Harapan government.[20]

The royal palace announced that the Agong had accepted Mahathir's resignation and appointed him as interim Prime Minister in order to oversee the country's administration until the formation of a new government.[21][22]

Having other plans in mind, Mahathir decided to call for all MPs to unite under a non-partisan unity government, where all parties in parliament would take part in the government.[23] This was rejected by almost every other party as they refused to be in the same government as their rivals, most notably Muafakat Nasional (UMNO and PAS) and the DAP. Muafakat Nasional called for the dissolution of the parliament and snap elections, stating that the only solution was by letting the people choose the government.[24]

To resolve the issue, the Agong summoned every member of the Dewan Rakyat for an audience so that he may interview each of them personally so as to determine who had the support of the majority of parliament to form a new government as Prime Minister. This is because Article 43 (2) (a) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia states that the Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall need to appoint the Prime Minister from among the members of the Dewan Rakyat, who in his judgment is likely to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the parliament. However, none of them gained the majority support of the parliament, that is at least 112 members, since Barisan Nasional and Gagasan Sejahtera voted for the dissolution of the parliament, while Pakatan Harapan and BERSATU named Anwar Ibrahim and Mahathir respectively.

On the afternoon of 28 February, BERSATU Secretary-General Datuk Marzuki Yahaya announced that all of its 36 MPs have decided on nominating party president Muhyiddin for the position of Prime Minister instead of Mahathir.[25] However, a number of BERSATU MPs later denied that they had nominated Muhiyiddin and were still supporting Mahathir. In the evening, both Barisan Nasional and Muafakat Nasional also announced their support for Muhiyiddin to succeed Mahathir as the next Prime Minister.[26] This was soon followed by claims made by political analysts in Sabah and Sarawak that local parties such as GBS, GPS, and Warisan intended to support Muhiyiddin as Prime Minister, securing him a majority in parliament.[27]

On the evening of the 29 February 2020, the Agong announced that Muhyiddin had gained majority support and was appointed as the 8th Prime Minister of Malaysia. He was sworn in the following day at Istana Negara.

Formalisation[edit]

On 17 May 2020, the leaders of BERSATU, BN, PAS, GPS, PBS, and STAR issued a joint statement saying that all their 111 MPs support formalising the Perikatan Nasional alliance which was previously an ad hoc agreement. The parties' leaders also announced that they had been working on a memorandum of understanding to facilitate cooperation within the PN alliance. Key provisions of the MOU include upholding the Malaysian Constitution, the sovereignty of the Malay Rulers, the principles of Rukun Negara, and ensuring the welfare and interest of Malaysians of all religions and race.[2][3] The Registrar of Societies (RoS) confirmed on 14 September 2020 that Perikatan Nasional was registered on 7 August 2020 as Parti Perikatan Nasional (lit. Perikatan Nasional Party) [28]

Member parties and confidence and supply[edit]

Logo Name Ideology Leader(s) Seats
contested
2018 result Current
seats
Votes (%) Seats Composition
Member parties
Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia Flag.svg BERSATU Malaysian United Indigenous Party
Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia
Ketuanan Melayu Muhyiddin Yassin 52
(under PH)
5.95%
13 / 222
31 / 54
PAS logo.svg PAS Malaysian Islamic Party
Parti Islam Se-Malaysia
Islamism Abdul Hadi Awang 157
(under GS)
16.82%
18 / 222
18 / 54
Homeland Solidarity Party Flag.svg STAR Homeland Solidarity Party
Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku
Sabah regionalism Jeffrey Kitingan 5 0.18%
1 / 222
1 / 54
SAPP Sabah Progressive Party
Parti Progresif Sabah
Sabah regionalism Yong Teck Lee 2 0.05%
0 / 222
0 / 54
Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia Flag.svg GERAKAN Malaysian People's Movement Party
Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia
Liberalism Dominic Lau Hoe Chai 9
(under BN)
1.07%
0 / 222
0 / 54
Allied parties
Liberal Democratic Party Logo.svg LDP Liberal Democratic Party
Parti Liberal Demokratik
Liberal conservatism Chin Shu Pin 1
(under BN)
0.07%
0 / 222
0 / 54
Confidence and supply
Bebas.svg IND Independent
Ahli Parlimen Bebas
N/A Jugah anak Muyang (P203 Lubok Antu)
Larry Sng Wei Shien (P209 Julau)
Steven Choong Shiau Yoon (P158 Tebrau)
Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam (P112 Kuala Langat)
24 0.59%
3 / 222
4 / 54

Leadership structure[edit]

Muhyiddin Yassin, the incumbent Chairman of Perikatan Nasional.

Perikatan Nasional leadership structure : [29][30]

Leader Took office Left office
TSMY Menteri Dalam Negeri (cropped).jpg Muhyiddin Yassin 2020 Incumbent

Party[edit]

  • Women Deputy Chief:
    • Nuridah Mohd. Salleh (PAS)
  • Women Vice Chief:
    • Evelyn Gobilie (STAR)
    • Chia Miu Lee (SAPP)
    • Janice Wong Oi Foon (GERAKAN)
  • Youth Vice Chief:
    • Rizal Johari (STAR)
    • Jamain Sarudin (SAPP)
    • Ooi Zhi Yi (GERAKAN)
  • State Vice Chairman:
    • Johor:
      • Abdullah Husin (PAS)
      • Nasir Hashim (BERSATU)
    • Kedah:
      • Suhaimi Abdullah (BERSATU)
      • Ahmad Yahaya (PAS)
    • Kelantan:
      • Mohd Amar Abdullah (PAS)
    • Melaka:
      • Kamaurdin Sidek (PAS)
      • Mohd Yadzil Yaakub (BERSATU)
    • Negeri Sembilan:
      • Rafei Mustapha (PAS)
      • Mohd Hanapi Mohd Zain (BERSATU)
      • David Choong Vee Hing (GERAKAN)
    • Pahang:
      • Rosli Jabar (PAS)
      • Randy Yap Kim Heng (GERAKAN)
      • Mohd Yazid Mohd Yunus (BERSATU)
    • Perak:
      • Razman Zakaria (PAS)
      • See Tean Seng (GERAKAN)
      • Mohader Ahmad Mohammad Ayob (BERSATU)
    • Penang:
      • Muhammad Fauzi Yusoff (PAS)
      • Oh Tong Keang (GERAKAN)
    • Perlis:
      • Abu Bakar Yahya (PAS)
      • Abu Bakar Hamzah (BERSATU)
    • Sabah:
    • Sarawak:
      • Jofri Jaraiee (PAS)
    • Selangor:
      • Ahmad Yunus Hairi (PAS)
      • Abdul Rashid Asari (BERSATU)
      • David Ang Chin Tat (GERAKAN)
    • Terengganu:
      • Razali Idris (BERSATU)
      • Husain Awang (PAS)
    • Federal Territories:
      • Azhar Yahya (PAS)
      • Wan Ahmad Faysal (BERSATU)

Government[edit]

Elected representatives[edit]

Dewan Negara (Senate)[edit]

Senators[edit]

Members of Parliament of the 14th Malaysian Parliament[edit]

Perikatan Nasional and its supporting parties have 54 MPs in the Dewan Rakyat as shown below.

State No. Constituency Member Party
 Kedah P011 Pendang Awang Hashim PAS
P012 Jerai Sabri Azit PAS
P013 Sik Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman PAS
 Kelantan P019 Tumpat Che Abdullah Mat Nawi PAS
P020 Pengkalan Chepa Ahmad Marzuk Shaary PAS
P021 Kota Bharu Takiyuddin Hassan PAS
P022 Pasir Mas Ahmad Fadhli Shaari PAS
P023 Rantau Panjang Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff PAS
P024 Kubang Kerian Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man PAS
P025 Bachok Nik Mohamed Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz PAS
P027 Tanah Merah Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz BERSATU
P028 Pasir Puteh Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh PAS
P030 Jeli Mustapa Mohamed BERSATU
P031 Kuala Krai Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman PAS
 Terengganu P034 Setiu Shaharizukirnain Abd. Kadir PAS
P035 Kuala Nerus Mohd. Khairuddin Aman Razali PAS
P036 Kuala Terengganu Ahmad Amzad Mohamed Hashim PAS
P037 Marang Abdul Hadi Awang PAS
P038 Hulu Terengganu Rosol Wahid BERSATU
P039 Dungun Wan Hassan Mohd. Ramli PAS
P040 Kemaman Che Alias Hamid PAS
 Penang P042 Tasek Gelugor Shabudin Yahaya BERSATU
P047 Nibong Tebal Mansor Othman BERSATU
 Perak P056 Larut Hamzah Zainudin BERSATU
P058 Bagan Serai Noor Azmi Ghazali BERSATU
P059 Bukit Gantang Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Fasal BERSATU
P063 Tambun Ahmad Faizal Azumu BERSATU
 Pahang P082 Indera Mahkota Saifuddin Abdullah BERSATU
 Selangor P092 Sabak Bernam Mohd Fasiah Mohd Fakeh BERSATU
P093 Sungai Besar Muslimin Yahaya BERSATU
P098 Gombak Azmin Ali BERSATU
P099 Ampang Zuraida Kamaruddin BERSATU
P112 Kuala Langat Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam IND
 Kuala Lumpur P119 Titiwangsa Rina Mohd. Harun BERSATU
P124 Bandar Tun Razak Kamaruddin Jaffar BERSATU
 Negeri Sembilan P129 Kuala Pilah Eddin Syazlee Shith BERSATU
 Malacca P134 Masjid Tanah Mas Ermieyati Samsudin BERSATU
P135 Alor Gajah Mohd. Redzuan Md. Yusof BERSATU
 Johor P140 Segamat Edmund Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu BERSATU
P143 Pagoh Muhyiddin Yassin BERSATU
P150 Batu Pahat Mohd Rashid Hasnon BERSATU
P154 Mersing Abdul Latiff Ahmad BERSATU
P158 Tebrau Steven Choong Shau Yoon IND
 Sabah P167 Kudat Abdul Rahim Bakri BERSATU
P177 Beaufort Azizah Mohd Dun BERSATU
P178 Sipitang Yamani Hafez Musa BERSATU
P179 Ranau Jonathan Yasin BERSATU
P180 Keningau Jeffrey Kitingan STAR
P183 Beluran Ronald Kiandee BERSATU
P184 Libaran Zakaria Edris BERSATU
 Sarawak P198 Puncak Borneo Willie Mongin BERSATU
P203 Lubok Antu Jugah Muyang IND
P205 Saratok Ali Biju BERSATU
P209 Julau Larry Sng Wei Shien IND
Total Perlis (0), Kedah (3), Kelantan (11), Terengganu (7), Penang (2), Perak (4), Pahang (1), Selangor (5), F.T. Kuala Lumpur (2), F.T. Putrajaya (0), Negeri Sembilan (1), Malacca (2), Johor (5), Sabah (7), Sarawak (4)

Dewan Undangan Negeri (State Legislative Assembly)[edit]

Malaysian State Assembly Representatives[edit]

State No. Parliamentary

Constituency

No. State Assembly Constituency Member Party
 Perlis P03 Arau N13 Guar Sanji Mohd Ridzuan Hashim PAS
N15 Sanglang Mohd Shukri Ramli PAS
 Kedah P04 Langkawi N1 Ayer Hangat Juhari Bulat BERSATU
N2 Kuah Mohd Firdaus Ahmad BERSATU
P05 Jerlun N4 Ayer Hitam Azhar Ibrahim PAS
P06 Kubang Pasu N5 Bukit Kayu Hitam Halimahton Shaadiah Saad BERSATU
P07 Padang Terap N7 Kuala Nerang Mohamad Yusoff Zakaria PAS
N8 Pedu Mohamad Yusoff Zakaria PAS
P08 Pokok Sena N9 Bukit Lada Salim Mahmood PAS
N10 Bukit Pinang Romaini Wan Salim PAS
P11 Pendang N18 Tokai Mohd.Hayati Othman PAS
P12 Jerai N20 Sungai Limau Mohd.Azam Abd.Samat PAS
N21 Guar Chempedak Abdul Rahman Ismail BERSATU
P13 Sik N23 Belantek Mad Isa Shafie PAS
N24 Jeneri Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor PAS
P14 Merbok N26 Tanjong Dawai Hanif Ghazali PAS
P15 Sungai Petani N27 Pantai Merdeka Ahmad Fadzli Hashim PAS
N29 Sidam Robert Ling Kui Ee BERSATU
P16 Baling N30 Bayu Abd Nasir Idris PAS
N31 Kupang Najmi Ahmad PAS
N32 Kuala Ketil Mansor Zakaria PAS
P17 Padang Serai N33 Merbau Pulas Siti Aishah Ghazali PAS
N34 Lunas Azman Nasruddin BERSATU
 Kelantan P19 Tumpat N1 Pengkalan Kubor Wan Roslan Wan Mamat PAS
N2 Kelaboran Mohd Adenan Hassan PAS
N3 Pasir Pekan Ahmad Yakob PAS
N4 Wakaf Bharu Mohd Rusli Abdullah PAS
P20 Pengkalan Chepa N5 Kijang Izani Husin PAS
N6 Chempaka Ahmad Fathan Mahmood PAS
N7 Panchor Nik Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah PAS
P21 Kota Bharu N8 Tanjong Mas Rohani Ibrahim PAS
N9 Kota Lama Anuar Tan Abdullah @ Tan Teng Loon PAS
N10 Bunut Payong Ramli Mamat PAS
P22 Pasir Mas N11 Tendong Rozi Muhamad PAS
N12 Pengkalan Pasir Hanifa Ahmad PAS
N13 Meranti Mohd Nassruddin Daud PAS
P23 Rantau Panjang N14 Chetok Zuraidin Abdullah PAS
N15 Gual Periok Mohamad Awang PAS
N16 Apam Putra Abdul Rasul Mohamed PAS
P24 Kubang Kerian N17 Salor Saiful Adli Abu Bakar PAS
N18 Pasir Tumboh Abd Rahman Yunus PAS
N19 Demit Mumtaz Md Nawi PAS
P25 Bachok N20 Tawang Hassan Mahmood PAS
N21 Pantai Irama Mohd Huzaimy Che Husin PAS
N22 Jelawat Abdul Azziz Kadir PAS
P26 Ketereh N24 Kadok Azami Mohd Nor PAS
P27 Tanah Merah N26 Bukit Panau Abd Fattah Mahmood PAS
N28 Kemahang Md Anizam Ab Rahman PAS
P28 Pasir Puteh N29 Selinsing Tuan Mohd Sharipudin Tuan Ismail PAS
N30 Limbongan Mohd Nazlan Mohamed Hasbullah PAS
N31 Semerak Wan Hassan Wan Ibrahim PAS
N32 Gaal Mohd Rodzi Ja’afar PAS
P29 Machang N33 Pulai Chondong Azhar Salleh PAS
N34 Temangan Mohamed Fazli Hassan PAS
N35 Kemuning Mohd Roseli Ismail PAS
P30 Jeli N37 Air Lanas Mustapa Mohamed BERSATU
P31 Kuala Krai N39 Mengkebang Muhammad Mat Sulaiman PAS
N40 Guchil Hilmi Abdullah PAS
N41 Manek Urai Mohd Fauzi Abdullah PAS
N42 Dabong Ku Mohd Zaki Ku Hussien PAS
 Terengganu P33 Besut N2 Kota Putera Mohd Nurkhuzaini Ab Rahman PAS
P34 Setiu N5 Jabi Azman Ibrahim PAS
P35 Kuala Nerus N9 Tepuh Hishamuddin Abdul Karim PAS
N10 Buloh Gading Ridzuan Hashim PAS
N12 Bukit Tunggal Alias Razak PAS
P36 Kuala Terengganu N13 Wakaf Mempelam Wan Sukairi Wan Abdullah PAS
N14 Bandar Ahmad Shah Muhamed PAS
N15 Ladang Tengku Hassan Tengku Omar PAS
N16 Batu Buruk Muhammad Khalil Abdul Hadi PAS
P37 Marang N17 Alur Limbat Ariffin Deraman PAS
N18 Bukit Payung Mohd Nor Hamzah PAS
N19 Ru Rendang Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar PAS
N20 Pengkalan Berangan Sulaiman Sulong PAS
P38 Ulu Terengganu N22 Manir Hilmi Harun PAS
N23 Kuala Berang Mamad Puteh PAS
N24 Ajil Maliaman Kassim PAS
P39 Dungun N26 Rantau Abang Alias Harun PAS
N27 Sura Wan Hapandi Wan Nik PAS
N28 Paka Satiful Bahri Mamat PAS
P40 Kemaman N29 Kemasik Saiful Azmi Suhaili PAS
N31 Cukai Hanifah Mat PAS
N32 Air Putih Ab Razak Ibrahim PAS
- - - Nominated Member Zuraida Mohd Noor PAS
 Penang P41 Kepala Batas N1 Penaga Mohd Yusni Mat Piah PAS
N2 Bertam Khaliq Mehtab Mohd. Ishaq BERSATU
P44 Permatang Pauh N10 Seberang Jaya Afif Bahardin BERSATU
P47 Nibong Tebal N21 Sungai Acheh Zulkifli Ibrahim BERSATU
P53 Balik Pulau N40 Telok Bahang Zolkifly Md. Lazim BERSATU
 Perak P56 Larut N5 Selama Mohd Akmal Kamaruddin PAS
N6 Kubu Gajah Khalil Yahaya PAS
P57 Parit Buntar N9 Kuala Kurau Abdul Yunus Jamahri BERSATU
P58 Bagan Serai N11 Gunong Semaggol Razman Zakaria PAS
P65 Ipoh Timur N30 Buntong A. Sivasubramaniam BERSATU
P66 Batu Gajah N33 Tronoh Paul Yong Choo Kiong BERSATU
P70 Kampar N43 Tulang Sekah Nolee Ashilin Mohamed Radzi BERSATU
P72 Tapah N47 Chenderiang Ahmad Faizal Azumu BERSATU
P73 Pasir Salak N49 Sungai Manik Zainol Fadzi Paharudin BERSATU
 Pahang P81 Jerantut N9 Tahan Mohd Zakhwan Ahmad Badarddin PAS
N10 Damak Zuridan Mohd Daud PAS
P82 Indera Mahkota N12 Beserah Andansura Rabu PAS
P83 Kuantan N15 Tanjung Lumpur Rosli Abdul Jabar PAS
P84 Paya Besar N19 Panching Mohd Tarmizi Yahaya PAS
P86 Maran N24 Luit Mohd Soffian Abd Jalil PAS
N26 Chenor Mujibur Rahman Ishak PAS
P87 Jengka N29 Jengka Shahril Azman Abd Halim PAS
 Selangor P98 Gombak N17 Gombak Setia Hilman Idham BERSATU
P99 Ampang N19 Bukit Antarabangsa Mohamed Azmin Ali BERSATU
N20 Lembah Jaya Haniza Mohamed Talha BERSATU
P109 Kapar N43 Sementa Daroyah Alwi BERSATU
N44 Selat Klang Abdul Rashid Asari BERSATU
P112 Kuala Langat N51 Sijangkang Ahmad Yunus Hairi PAS
P113 Sepang N55 Dengkil Adhif Syan Abdullah BERSATU
 Melaka P136 Tangga Batu N13 Paya Rumput Mohd. Rafiq Naizamohideen BERSATU
P137 Hang Tuah Jaya N15 Pengkalan Batu Norhizam Hassan Baktee IND
P138 Kota Melaka N23 Teluk Mas Noor Effandi Ahmad BERSATU
 Johor P141 Sekijang N3 Pemanis Chong Fat Full BERSATU
P142 Labis N5 Tenang Mohd. Solihan Badri BERSATU
P143 Pagoh N7 Bukit Kepong Sahruddin Jamal BERSATU
N8 Bukit Pasir Najib Lep PAS
P144 Ledang N9 Gambir Muhyiddin Yassin BERSATU
P154 Mersing N32 Endau Alwiyah Talib BERSATU
P156 Kota Tinggi N36 Sedili Rasman Ithnain BERSATU
N37 Johor Lama Rosleli Jahari BERSATU
P158 Tebrau N41 Puteri Wangsa Mazlan Bujang BERSATU
P159 Pasir Gudang N43 Permas Che Zakaria Mohd. Salleh BERSATU
P160 Johor Bahru N44 Larkin Mohd. Izhar Ahmad BERSATU
P161 Pulai N47 Kempas Osman Sapian BERSATU
P163 Kulai N50 Bukit Permai Tosrin Jarvanthi BERSATU
 Sabah P167 Kudat N3 Pitas Ruddy Awah BERSATU
P168 Kota Marudu N6 Bandau Wetrom Bahanda BERSATU
P169 Kota Belud N8 Pintasan Fairuz Renddan BERSATU
P170 Tuaran N12 Sulaman Hajiji Mohd Nor BERSATU
P175 Papar N28 Kawang Ghulam Haidar Khan Bahadar BERSATU
P176 Kimanis N31 Membakut Mohd. Arifin Mohd. Arif BERSATU
P177 Beaufort N32 Klias Isnin Aliasnih BERSATU
N33 Kuala Penyu Limus Jury BERSATU
P179 Ranau N37 Karanaan Masidi Manjun BERSATU
N38 Paginatan Abidin Madingkir STAR
P180 Keningau N39 Tambunan Jeffrey Kitingan STAR
N40 Bingkor Robert Tawik STAR
N41 Liawan Anuar Ayub @ Banand STAR
P182 Pensiangan N44 Tulid Flovia Ng STAR
N45 Sook Ellron Alfred Angin STAR
N46 Nabawan Abd. Ghani Mohd. Yassin BERSATU
P183 Beluran N49 Labuk Samad Jambri BERSATU
P190 Tawau N68 Apas Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan BERSATU
- Nominated Member Jaffari Walliam BERSATU
- Nominated Member Amisah Yassin BERSATU
- Nominated Member Yong Teck Lee SAPP
- Nominated Member Aliakbar Gulasan PAS
 Sarawak P205 Saratok N39 Krian Ali Biju BERSATU
Total Perlis (2), Kedah (21), Kelantan (37), Terengganu (23), Penang (5), Perak (9), Pahang (8), Selangor (7), Negeri Sembilan (0), Malacca (4), Johor (13), Sabah (22), Sarawak (1)

Perikatan Nasional state governments[edit]

State Leader type Member Party State Constituency
 Kedah Menteri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor PAS Jeneri
 Kelantan Menteri Besar Ahmad Yakob PAS Pasir Pekan
 Sabah Chief Minister Hajiji Noor BERSATU Sulaman
 Terengganu Menteri Besar Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar PAS Ru Rendang
State Leader type Member Party State Constituency
 Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Nik Mohd. Amar Nik Abdullah PAS Panchor
 Sabah Deputy Chief Minister II Jeffrey Kitingan STAR Tambunan
State Leader type Member Party State Constituency
 Perlis Deputy Speaker Mohd. Shukri Ramli PAS Sanglang
 Kedah Speaker Juhari Bulat BERSATU Ayer Hangat
 Kedah Deputy Speaker Ahmad Fadzli Hashim PAS Pantai Merdeka
 Kelantan Speaker Abdulah Ya'kub PAS Non-MLA
 Kelantan Deputy Speaker Abdul Fattah Mahmood PAS Bukit Panau
 Perak Deputy Speaker Khalil Yahya PAS Kubu Gajah
 Terengganu Speaker Yahaya Ali PAS Non-MLA

State election results[edit]

State election State Legislative Assembly
Perlis State Legislative Assembly Kedah State Legislative Assembly Kelantan State Legislative Assembly Terengganu State Legislative Assembly Penang State Legislative Assembly Perak State Legislative Assembly Pahang State Legislative Assembly Selangor State Legislative Assembly Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly Malacca State Legislative Assembly Johor State Legislative Assembly Sabah State Legislative Assembly Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Total won / Total contested
2/3 majority
2 / 3
2 / 3
2 / 3
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Further Readings[edit]

James Chin (2020) Malaysia: the 2020 putsch for Malay Islam supremacy . The Round Table 109(3):288-297 DOI: 10.1080/00358533.2020.1760495

James Chin (2020) The new ruling coalition Malaysia takes a turn to the right, and many of its people are worried, The Convesation, March 2020


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