Salahuddin Ayub

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Salahuddin Ayub

صلاح الدين بن ايوب
Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub.jpg
Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry
In office
21 May 2018 – 24 February 2020
MonarchMuhammad V
(2018–2019)
Abdullah
(2019–2020)
Prime MinisterMahathir Mohamad
DeputySim Tze Tzin
Preceded byAhmad Shabery Cheek
Succeeded byRonald Kiandee as Minister of Agriculture and Food Industries
ConstituencyPulai
Member of the Malaysian Parliament
for Pulai
Assumed office
9 May 2018
Preceded byNur Jazlan Mohamed
(BNUMNO)
Majority28,924 (2018)
Member of the Malaysian Parliament
for Kubang Kerian
In office
21 March 2004 – 5 May 2013
Preceded byHusam Musa (PAS)
Succeeded byAhmad Baihaki Atiqullah (PAS)
Majority10,642 (2008)
5,627 (2004)
Member of the Johor State Legislative Assembly
for Simpang Jeram
Assumed office
9 May 2018
Preceded bySheikh Ibrahim Salleh (PAS)
Majority7,687 (2018)
Personal details
Born
Salahuddin bin Ayub

(1961-12-01) 1 December 1961 (age 59)
Serkat, Tanjung Piai, Pontian, Johor, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
CitizenshipMalaysian
Political partyMalaysian Islamic Party (PAS) (1983-2015)
National Trust Party (AMANAH) (since 2015)
Other political
affiliations
Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah (APU) (1990-1996)
Barisan Alternatif (BA) (1999-2004)
Pakatan Rakyat (PR) (2008-2015)
Pakatan Harapan (PH) (since 2015)
Spouse(s)Fatimah Taha
Children6
Alma materUniversiti Putra Malaysia
Tunku Abdul Rahman University College
OccupationPolitician
Websitesalahuddinayub.wordpress.com

Datuk Seri Salahuddin bin Ayub (Jawi: صلاح الدين بن ايوب; born 1 December 1961) is a Malaysian politician who served as the Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry in the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration under former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad from May 2018 to his resignation and the collapse of the PH administration in February 2020. [1] He has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Pulai since May 2018, Kubang Kerian from March 2004 to May 2013 and Member of the Johor State Legislative Assembly (MLA) for Simpang Jeram since May 2018. He is Deputy President of National Trust Party (AMANAH), [2] a component party of PH opposition coalition, under President Mohamad Sabu. He was a member, Youth Chief and Vice-President of the Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), a former component party of the former Pakatan Rakyat (PR) and Barisan Alternatif (BA) opposition coalitions. [3] [4] [5] But he together with a few other progressive leaders referred as G18 led by Mohamad were ousted from the party's 2015 Muktamar which has launched Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB)[6] that founded AMANAH.

Salahuddin was born on 1 December 1961 in Kampung Serkat, Tanjung Piai, Pontian, Johor, and went to schools in Pontian. He studied a Diploma in Business Administration at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (KTAR) (1982–1983) and graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Human Resource Management) from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM).[7]

Salahuddin earlier involved in PAS since 1999 and was selected by PAS to contest the Johor State Legislative Assembly state seat of Benut in the 1999 general election but lost. He was the picked to contest federal parliamentary seat of Kubang Kerian, Kelantan in the 2004 general election which he had won. He was re-elected again in 2008 general election.[8] For the 2013 election he returned to his home state of Johor to contest the parliamentary seat of Pulai, losing to its Barisan Nasional incumbent Nur Jazlan Mohamed.[9] He also contested, and lost the Johor seat of Nusajaya.[10] In the 2018 general election, Salahuddin for the first time contested under AMANAH of Pakatan Harapan and won both the federal parliamentary seat of Pulai and the Johor state seat of Simpang Jeram.[11]

Biodata[edit]

Salahuddin bin Ayub was born on December 1, 1961 in Kampung Serkat, Tanjung Piai, Pontian, Johor and an ethnic Malay-Chinese peranakan. He married his wife, Fatimah Taha, in 1985 and the couple have been blessed with 6 children.

Education[edit]

He was educated at the Serkat English Primary School, Pontian (1967-1973). Later, he continued to study at the lower secondary level at the Teluk Kerang English Secondary School, Pontian (1974-1976) and at Sri Perhentian Secondary School, Pontian (1977-1978) until completion of form 5, pursuing a 6th grade at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Datuk Penggawa Barat, Pontian (1979-1980). He also attended religious education at Johor State Religious School with a Special Class of Class in 1977. After graduating from school, he pursued a Diploma in Business Administration at Tunku Abdul Rahman College (KTAR) (1982-1983) and went on to stage Bachelor of BSc. (Human Development Science) at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) in 1984.

Career and politics[edit]

  • Financial officer at MUI Bank in 1980, before venturing into full-time politics in 1983.

ABIM[edit]

PAS[edit]

  • In 1983, PAS Pontian Vice-President (1983-1987), PAS Pontian Youth chief (1987-1989), Johor PAS Youth chief (1989-1999), PAS Youth Youth Exco (1991-1995) PAS Youth Information Chief (1995-1997), Central PAS Youth Council Secretary (1997-1999), PAS Youth vice-chairman (1999-2001), Deputy Head of PAS Youth Council (2001-2003), PAS Youth chief (2003-2009), Vice President of PAS (2009-2015).
  • Johor PAS information chief (1997-2001), Johor PAS Liaison Secretary (2001), Johor PAS deputy commissioner (2001-2003) dan Member of the Central PAS Committee (2001-2003).
  • Lujnah Agriculture Head of the PAS Youth Center (1993-1995), Lujnah Head of Information and Da'wah PAS Youth Center (1995-1997), Head of the National Relations Committee of the PAS Youth Center (1999-2001), Head of the International Lujnah of the PAS Youth Center (2001-2003) and Head of Lujnah User and Environment PAS Center (2001-2003).
  • Contested in the Pulai parliamentary constituency, Johor and Nusajaya State Assembly (now known as Iskandar City) at the 2013 Malaysian general election but lost both seats to Barisan Nasional candidates.

AMANAH[edit]

HARAPAN[edit]

  • Appointed as Vice President of Pakatan Harapan on 22 September 2015.

Experience[edit]

  • Participated in the Malaysian Youth Associations Association to support the Lebanese people by all the leaders of the National Political Party in 2006.
  • Prime Debate with Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz in 2003.
  • Detained at Kajang Prison in 2001 for being involved in an illegal assembly of Ops Cricket Israel at University of Malaya in 1997.
  • Leader of the humanitarian mission of the PAS Youth Council to Kosova (1999), Afghanistan (2002), Vietnam (2002), Iraq (2003) and Lebanon (2006).
  • Malaysian Government Representative while being Member of Parliament to sit on the Special Committee of Parliament on Unity and PLN.
  • Member of the International Parliamentary Organization (IPO) and member of the Caucus of the Defense of Humanity Standing.

Election results[edit]

Johor State Legislative Assembly[12][13][14][15][16][17][18]
Year Constituency Votes Pct Opponent(s) Votes Pct Ballots cast Majority Turnout
1999 N26 Benut P137 Sungai Benut Salahuddin Ayub (PAS) 4,701 27.20% Salehon Sengot (UMNO) 11,970 69.25% 17,286 7,269 73.32%
2013 N49 Nusajaya P162 Gelang Patah Salahuddin Ayub (PAS) 20,965 46.58% Zaini Abu Bakar (UMNO) 23,166 51.48% 45,120 2,201 89.90%
2018 N13 Simpang Jeram P145 Bakri Salahuddin Ayub (AMANAH) 14,640 51.90% Mohd Radzi Amin (UMNO) 6,953 24.70% 24,069 7,687 85.40%
Mohd Mazri Yahya (PAS) 2,136 7.60%
Ahmad Hashim (IND) 28 0.10%
Parliament of Malaysia[12][13][14][15][16][17][18]
Year Constituency Votes Pct Opponent(s) Votes Pct Ballots cast Majority Turnout
2004 P24 Kubang Kerian, Kelantan. Salahuddin Ayub (PAS) 21,430 57.56% Ahmad Rusli Iberahim (UMNO) 15,803 42.44% 38,458 5,627 81.57%
2008 Salahuddin Ayub (PAS) 27,179 62.17% Ab Ghani Mamat (UMNO) 16,537 37.83% 44,474 10,642 83.14%
2013 P161 Pulai, Johor. Salahuddin Ayub (PAS) 40,525 48.09% Nur Jazlan Mohamed (UMNO) 43,751 51.91% 85,924 3,226 85.51%
2018 Salahuddin Ayub (AMANAH) 55,447 52.20% Nur Jazlan Mohamed (UMNO) 26,523 25.00% 88,116 28,924 82.92%
Mohd Mazri Yahya (PAS) 4,332 4.10%
Yap Keng Tak (IND) 591 0.6%

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

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