|Yang Berhormat Datuk
|Malaysian Deputy Minister in Prime Minister's Department|
16 May 2013
|Prime Minister||Najib Razak|
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament
for Muar, Johor
|Preceded by||Robia Kosai|
14 October 1970 |
Muar, Johor, Malaysia
|Spouse(s)||Melissa Shireen Munshir|
Myra Alissa Razali
|Alma mater||National University of Malaysia|
Datuk Razali Ibrahim (born 14 October 1970) is a Malaysian politician and is the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Muar constituency in the State of Johor. a member of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party in Malaysia's governing Barisan Nasional coalition, he is a Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department.
Razali was elected to federal Parliament in the 2004 election. In April 2009, he was appointed as Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports in the government of Najib Tun Razak. In the 2013 election he was returned to Parliament. His margin of victory was reduced significantly by a drop in ethnic Chinese support for Barisan Nasional: the Muar electorate was approximately 35% Chinese. He remained a deputy minister after the election, although was shifted to the Prime Minister's Department. Later in 2013 he vacated his post as the deputy chief of UMNO's youth wing due to his age, and won election to the 25-member Supreme Council of the full party.
|2004||Razali Ibrahim (UMNO)||21,116||71%||Mohamad Taib (PAS)||7,701||26%|
|2008||Razali Ibrahim (UMNO)||16,986||56%||Nah Budin (PKR)||12,325||41%|
|2013||Razali Ibrahim (UMNO)||20,867||51%||Nor Hizwan Ahmad (PKR)||19,221||47%|
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