Perak State Legislative Assembly

The Perak State Legislative Assembly (Malay: Dewan Undangan Negeri Perak) is the unicameral state legislature of the Malaysian state of Perak. It is composed of 59 members representing single-member constituencies throughout the state. Elections are held no more than five years apart, along with elections to the federal parliament and other state assemblies (except Sarawak).

Perak State Legislative Assembly

Dewan Undangan Negeri Perak
ديوان اوندڠن نڬري ڤراق
霹雳州议会
14th Perak State Assembly
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
History
Founded21 July 1959
Leadership
Sultan
Speaker
James Ngeh Koo Ham, PH-DAP
since 2 July 2018
Deputy Speaker
Aminuddin Zulkipli, PH-AMANAH
since 2 July 2018
Ahmad Faizal Azumu, PH-BERSATU
since 12 May 2018
Opposition Leader
Saarani Mohamad, BN-UMNO
since 14 July 2018
Secretary
Shahrul Azam Shaari
Structure
Seats59
Quorum: 20
Simple majority: 30
Two-thirds majority: 39
Perak State Assembly 2018.svg
Political groups
(As of 14 May 2018)

Government:
     Pakatan Harapan (30)

Confidence and supply:
     Independent (1)

Opposition:
     Barisan Nasional (25)

     PAS (3)
Committees
Elections
Plurality: First-past-the-post (59 single-member constituencies)
Last election
9 May 2018
Next election
3 September 2023 or earlier
Meeting place
Bangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan, Ipoh, Perak
Website
www.perak.gov.my

The Assembly convenes at the Bangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan in the state capital, Ipoh. At 59 seats, it is the largest state assembly among the 11 legislatures of the States of Malaya.

Current compositionEdit

PH IND BN GS
30 1 25 3
18 6 4 2 25 3
DAP AMANAH PKR BERSATU IND UMNO PAS
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party) Post
PH 30 | BN 25 | GS 3 | IND 1
N1 Pengkalan Hulu Aznel Ibrahim BN (UMNO) N/A
N2 Temenggor Salbiah Mohamed BN (UMNO)
N3 Kenering Mohd. Tarmizi Idris BN (UMNO)
N4 Kota Tampan Saarani Mohamad BN (UMNO) Opposition Leader
N5 Selama Mohd. Akmal Kamaruddin GS (PAS) N/A
N6 Kubu Gajah Khalil Yahaya GS (PAS)
N7 Batu Kurau Dr. Muhammad Amin Zakaria BN (UMNO)
N8 Titi Serong Hasnul Zulkarnain Abd. Munaim PH (AMANAH) EXCO member
N9 Kuala Kurau Abdul Junus Jamhari PH (PKR) EXCO member
N10 Alor Pongsu Sham Mat Sahat BN (UMNO) N/A
N11 Gunong Semanggol Razman Zakaria GS (PAS)
N12 Selinsing Mohamad Noor Dawoo BN (UMNO)
N13 Kuala Sepetang Mohd. Kamaruddin Abu Bakar BN (UMNO)
N14 Changkat Jering Ahmad Saidi Mohamad Daud BN (UMNO)
N15 Trong Jamilah Zakaria BN (UMNO)
N16 Kamunting Muhd. Fadhil Nuruddin PH (AMANAH)
N17 Pokok Assam Leow Thye Yih PH (DAP)
N18 Aulong Nga Kor Ming PH (DAP)
N19 Chenderoh Zainun Mat Noor BN (UMNO)
N20 Lubok Merbau Jurij Jalaluddin BN (UMNO)
N21 Lintang Mohd. Zolkafly Harun BN (UMNO)
N22 Jalong Loh Sze Yee PH (DAP)
N23 Manjoi Asmuni Awi PH (AMANAH) EXCO member
N24 Hulu Kinta Muhamad Arafat Varisai Mahamad PH (PKR) N/A
N25 Canning Jenny Choy Tsi Jen PH (DAP)
N26 Tebing Tinggi Dr. Abdul Aziz Bari PH (DAP) EXCO member
N27 Pasir Pinji Lee Chuan How PH (DAP) EXCO member
N28 Bercham Ong Boon Piow PH (DAP) N/A
N29 Kepayang Ko Chung Sen PH (DAP)
N30 Buntong Sivasubramaniam Athinarayanan PH (DAP)
N31 Jelapang Cheah Poh Hian PH (DAP)
N32 Menglembu Chaw Kam Foon PH (DAP)
N33 Tronoh Yong Choo Kiong PH (DAP) EXCO member
N34 Bukit Chandan Maslin Sham Razman BN (UMNO) N/A
N35 Manong Mohd. Zuraimi Razali BN (UMNO)
N36 Pengkalan Baharu Abd. Manap Hashim BN (UMNO)
N37 Pantai Remis Wong May Ing PH (DAP) EXCO member
N38 Astaka Teoh Yee Chow PH (DAP) N/A
N39 Belanja Khairudin Abu Hanipah BN (UMNO)
N40 Bota Khairul Shahril Mohamed BN (UMNO)
N41 Malim Nawar Leong Cheok Keng PH (DAP)
N42 Keranji Chong Zhemin PH (DAP)
N43 Tulang Sekah Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi[N 1][1] IND
N44 Sungai Rapat Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin PH (AMANAH) EXCO member
N45 Simpang Pulai Tan Kar Hing PH (PKR) EXCO member
N46 Teja Ng Shy Ching PH (PKR) N/A
N47 Chenderiang Ahmad Faizal Azumu PH (BERSATU) Menteri Besar
N48 Ayer Kuning Samsudin Abu Hassan BN (UMNO) N/A
N49 Sungai Manik Zainol Fadzi Paharudin[N 2][2] PH (BERSATU)
N50 Kampong Gajah Wan Noorashikin Wan Nordin BN (UMNO)
N51 Pasir Panjang Yahaya Mat Nor PH (AMANAH)
N52 Pangkor Dr. Zambry Abdul Kadir BN (UMNO)
N53 Rungkup Shahrul Zaman Yahya BN (UMNO)
N54 Hutan Melintang Khairuddin Tarmizi BN (UMNO)
N55 Pasir Bedamar Terence Naidu PH (DAP)
N56 Changkat Jong Mohd. Azhar Jamaluddin BN (UMNO)
N57 Sungkai Sivanesan Achalingam PH (DAP) EXCO member
N58 Slim Mohd. Khusairi Abdul Talib BN (UMNO) N/A
N59 Behrang Aminuddin Zulkipli PH (AMANAH) Deputy Speaker
Seats
Pakatan Harapan: 30
Democratic Action Party (DAP) 18
National Trust Party (AMANAH) 6
People's Justice Party (PKR) 4
Malaysian United Indigenous Party (BERSATU) 2
Independent 1
Barisan Nasional: 25
United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) 25
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) 3
Overall total 59

Seating arrangementEdit

RoleEdit

The Perak State Legislative Assembly enacts laws that apply in Perak. It must hold at least three sittings a year and table a budget in March and late October or early November.[3] The Speaker presides over sittings in the Assembly and ensures order during debates. The present Speaker is Ngeh Koo Ham.

The majority party or coalition in the Assembly forms the state government, led by the Menteri Besar. He appoints the state executive council, or EXCO (Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan), drawing from members of the Assembly.

Perak state election, 2018Edit

e • d Summary of the 9 May 2018 Perak State Assembly election results
Votes % of vote Seats % of seats +/–
  Pakatan Harapan 594,810 50.06 29 49.2  6
  Democratic Action Party (DAP) 303,501 25.54 18 30.5  
  National Trust Party (AMANAH) 103,910 8.74 6 11.9  6
  People's Justice Party (PKR) 120,646 10.15 4 6.8  1
  Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM) 66,753 5.62 1 1.7  1
Barisan Nasional 395,708 33.30 27 45.8  4
  United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) 303,022 25.50 27 47.4  3
  Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) 69,542 5.85 0 0.0  1
  Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) 7,573 0.64 0 0.0  
  Malaysian People's Movement Party (GERAKAN) 15,571 1.31 0 0.0  
  Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) 194,735 16.39 3 5.1  2
Others 2,762 0.23 0 0.0  
  Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM) 2,551 0.21 0 0.0  
  Pan-Malaysian Islamic Front (BERJASA) 211 0.02 0 0.0  
Independents 277 0.02 0 0.0  
Overall total 1,188,292 100 59 100  
Perak state election, 2018
 
← 2013 9 May 2018 2023 →

All 59 seats of the Perak State Legislative Assembly
30 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
     
Leader Ahmad Faizal Azumu Zambry Abdul Kadir Razman Zakaria
Party Pakatan Harapan Barisan Nasional Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party
Leader since 2015 11 May 2009 2015
Leader's seat None (ran in Chenderiang, won) Pangkor None (ran in Gunung Semenggol, won)
Last election 23 seats, 38.9%
(Pakatan Rakyat)
31 seats, 52.5% 5 seat, 8.47% (Pakatan Rakyat)
Seats before 24 31 4
Seats won 29 27 3
Seat change  6  4  2
Popular vote 594,810 395,708 194,735
Percentage 50.06% (37.13) 33.30% 16.39%
Swing  12.93%  11.41%  1.28%

Menteri Besar before election

Zambry Abdul Kadir
Barisan Nasional

Elected Menteri Besar

Ahmad Faizal Azumu
Pakatan Harapan

Results by state constituenciesEdit

# Constituency Winner Votes Majority Opponent(s) Votes Incumbent Incumbent Majority
BN 27 | PH 29 | PAS 3 | Independent 0
N1 Pengkalan Hulu Aznel Ibrahim
(BN-UMNO)
5,716 2,375 Mohd Hamidi Ismail
(GS-PAS)
3,341 Aznel Ibrahim
(BN-UMNO)
3,361
Dr. Ahmad Safwan Mohamad
(PH-PPBM)
2,711
N2 Temenggor Salbiah Mohamed
(BN-UMNO)
7,823 3,935 Mohd. Fadzil Abdul Aziz
(PH-PPBM)
3,806 Salbiah Mohamed
(BN-UMNO)
3,215
Md Pozi Md Sani
(GS-PAS)
3,888
N3 Kenering Mohd Tarmizi Idris
(BN-UMNO)
7,379 3,268 Noor Sham Abu Samah
(PH-PKR)
1,832 Mohd Tarmizi Idris
(BN-UMNO)
3,335
Azhar Rasdi
(GS-PAS)
4,111
N4 Kota Tampan Saarani Mohamad
(BN-UMNO)
5,183 2,302 Noor Hasnida Mohd. Hashim
(PH-PPBM)
1,834 Saarani Mohamad
(BN-UMNO)
1,844
Muhamad Rif’aat Razman
(GS-PAS)
2,881
N5 Selama Mohd Akmal Kamaruddin
(GS-PAS)
5,516 289 Faizul Mohd Shohor
(BN-UMNO)
5,227 Mohamad Daud Mohd Yusoff
(BN-UMNO)
619
Razali Ismail
(PH-AMANAH)
2,618
N6 Kubu Gajah Khalil Yahaya
(GS-PAS)
5,786 180 Saliza Ahmad
(BN-UMNO)
5,606 Ahmad Hasbullah Alias
(BN-UMNO)
1,085
Mat Supri Musa
(PH-PPBM)
1,671
N7 Batu Kurau Muhammad Amin Zakaria
(BN-UMNO)
6,168 2,308 Muhamad Aiman Aizuddin Md Husin
(PH-PKR)
3,051 Muhammad Amin Zakaria
(BN-UMNO)
3,834
Mohd Shahir Mohd Hassan
(GS-PAS)
3,860
Zainal Abidin Hj. Abd. Rahman

(BERJASA)

42
N8 Titi Serong Hasnul Zulkarnain Abd Munaim
(PH-AMANAH)
7,600 140 Abu Bakar Hussian
(GS-PAS)
6,993 Abu Bakar Hussian
(PAS)
'1,794
Norsalewati Mat Norwani
(BN-UMNO)
7,460
N9 Kuala Kurau Abdul Yunus Jamhari
(PH-PKR)
8,655 2,643 Abdul Baharin Mohd Desa
(GS-PAS)
5,997 Abdul Yunus Jamhari
(PAS)
5,014
Shahrul Nizam Razali
(BN-UMNO)
6,012
N10 Alor Pongsu Sham Mat Sahat
(BN-UMNO)
6,556 1,162 Ahmad Zaki Husin
(PH-PKR)
4,595 Sham Mat Sahat
(BN-UMNO)
2,196
Wan Tarmizi Abd Aziz
(GS-PAS)
5,394
N11 Gunong Semanggol Razman Zakaria
(GS-PAS)
7,444 1,903 Zaini Cha
(BN-UMNO)
5,541 Mohd Zawawi Abu Hassan
(PAS)
1,405
Ismail Ali
(PH-PPBM)
3,520
N12 Selinsing Mohamad Nor Dawoo
(BN-UMNO)
5,167 97 Husin Din
(GS-PAS)
5,070 Husin Din
(PAS)
809
Ahmad Saqid Ansorullah Ahmad Jihbadz Mokhlis
(PH-AMANAH)
4,016
N13 Kuala Sepetang (previously known as Kuala Sapetang)[4] Mohd Kamaruddin Abu Bakar
(BN-UMNO)
8,993 329 Chua Yee Ling
(PH-PKR)
8,664 Chua Yee Ling
(PH-PKR)
758
Rahim Ismail
(GS-PAS)
6,296
N14 Changkat Jering Ahmad Saidi Mohamad Daud
(BN-UMNO)
8,818 1,922 Megat Shariffuddin Ibrahim
(PH-AMANAH)
6,896 Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin
(PH-AMANAH)
1,170
Mohd Nordin Jaafar
(GS-PAS)
6,199
N15 Trong Jamilah Zakaria
(BN-UMNO)
5,139 1,898 Shaharuddin Abdul Rashid
(PH-PPBM)
2,546 Zabri Abd Wahid
(BN-UMNO)
1,804
Muhd Faisal Abd Rahman
(GS-PAS)
3,241
N16 Kamunting Muhd Fadhil Nuruddin
(PH-AMANAH)
9,898 1,780 Mohamad Zahir Abdul Khalid
(BN-UMNO)
8,118 Mohamad Zahir Abdul Khalid
(BN-UMNO)
887
Mohd Fakhrudin Abd Aziz
(GS-PAS)
5,276
N17 Pokok Assam Leow Thye Yih
(PH-DAP)
16,954 12,032 Lee Li Kuan
(BN-MCA)
4,922 Teh Kok Lim
(PH-DAP)
7,925
N18 Aulong Nga Kor Ming
(PH-DAP)
18,123 12,064 Soo Kay Ping
(BN-GERAKAN)
6,059 Leow Thye Yih
(PH-DAP)
7,330
N19 Chenderoh Zainun Mat Noor
(BN-UMNO)
5,546 2,370 Khairul Anuar Musa
(PH-PKR)
3,176 Zainun Mat Noor
(BN-UMNO)
1,567
Mohd Farid Faizi Azizan
(GS-PAS)
2,944
N20 Lubok Merbau Jurij Jalaluddin
(BN-UMNO)
4,908 409 Zulkarnine Hashim
(PH-PPBM)
4,179 Siti Salmah Mat Jusak
(BN-UMNO)
53
Azizi Mohamed Ridzuwan
(GS-PAS)
4,499
N21 Lintang Mohd Zolkafly Harun
(BN-UMNO)
10,605 4,582 Madhi Hassan
(PH-PKR)
6,023 Mohd Zolkafly Harun
(BN-UMNO)
3,977
Isran Fahmi Ismail
(GS-PAS)
3,460
N22 Jalong Loh Sze Yee
(PH-DAP)
16,138 9,602 Tan Lian Hoe
(BN-GERAKAN)
6,536 Loh Sze Yee
(PH-DAP)
6,769
N23 Manjoi Asmuni Awi
(PH-AMANAH)
20,052 3,532 Mohamad Ziad Mohamed Zainal Abidin
(BN-UMNO)
16,520 Mohamad Ziad Mohamed Zainal Abidin
(BN-UMNO)
132
Mohd Hafez Sabri
(GS-PAS)
10,830
N24 Hulu Kinta Muhamad Arafat Varisai Mahamad
(PH-PKR)
17,766 3,713 Aminuddin Md Hanafiah
(BN-UMNO)
14,053 Aminuddin Md Hanafiah
(BN-UMNO)
6,118
Mat Salleh Said
(GS-PAS)
7,425
Murugiah Subramaniam
(IND)
217
N25 Canning Jenny Choy
(PH-DAP)
21,268 18,292 Liew Kar Tuan
(BN-GERAKAN)
2,976 Wong Kah Woh
(PH-DAP)
14,444
N26 Tebing Tinggi Abdul Aziz Bari
(PH-DAP)
10,334 3,927 Tony Khoo Boon Chuan
(BN-MCA)
6,407 Ong Boon Piow
(PH-DAP)
5,887
Mazlan Md Isa
(GS-PAS)
3,931
N27 Pasir Pinji Lee Chuan How
(PH-DAP)
23,282 20,856 Ng Kai Cheong
(BN-MCA)
2,426 Lee Chuan How
(PH-DAP)
13,632
N28 Bercham Ong Boon Piow
(PH-DAP)
24,647 20,709 Low Guo Nan
(BN-MCA)
3,938 Cheong Chee Khing
(PH-DAP)
13,916
N29 Kepayang Ko Chung Sen
(PH-DAP)
12,417 9,495 Chang Kok Aun
(BN-MCA)
2,922 Nga Kor Ming
(PH-DAP)
4,604
N30 Buntong A. Sivasubramaniam
(PH-DAP)
18,005 15,187 T. Thangarani
(BN-MIC)
2,682 A. Sivasubramaniam
(PH-DAP)
8,629
Ramni Rasiah
(PSM)
813
N31 Jelapang Cheah Poh Hian
(PH-DAP)
16,940 15,187 K. Thankaraj
(BN-MIC)
1,753 Teh Hock Ke
(PH-DAP)
12,266
M. Saraswathy
(PSM)
944
N32 Menglembu Chaw Kam Foon
(PH-DAP)
20,456 17,948 Wong Kam Seng
(BN-MCA)
2,508 Lim Pek Har
(PH-DAP)
16,799
Chin Kwai Leong
(PSM)
248
N33 Tronoh Yong Choo Kiong
(PH-DAP)
15,061 10,501 Yuen Chan How
(BN-MCA)
4,560 Yong Choo Kiong
(PH-DAP)
6,191
Andy Chin
(PSM)
333
N34 Bukit Chandan Maslin Sham Razman
(BN-UMNO)
5,929 464 Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid
(PH-PKR)
5,465 Maslin Sham Razman
(BN-UMNO)
959
Intan Noraini Mohd Basir
(GS-PAS)
2,743
N35 Manong Mohd Zuraimi Razali
(BN-UMNO)
6,267 1,624 Mohamad Isa Jaafar
(PH-PPBM)
5,696 Mohamad Kamil Shafie
(BN-UMNO)
231
Jamil Dzulkarnain
(GS-PAS)
4,004
N36 Pengkalan Baharu Abd Manaf Hashim
(BN-UMNO)
6,312 1,624 Murad Abdullah
(PH-PPBM)
4,688 Abd Manaf Hashim
(BN-UMNO)
2,505
Zakaria Hashim
(GS-PAS)
2,781
N37 Pantai Remis Wong May Ing
(PH-DAP)
18,608 13,316 Ho Kean Wei
(BN-MCA)
5,292 Wong May Ing
(PH-DAP)
9,471
N38 Astaka (previously known as Sitiawan)[4] Teoh Yee Chow
(PH-DAP)
18,814 15,176 Teng Keek Soong
(BN-MCA)
3,638 Ngeh Koo Ham
(PH-DAP)
11,820
N39 Belanja Khairudin Abu Hanipah
(BN-UMNO)
5,879 2,729 Yahanis Yahya
(PH-PPBM)
2,871 Mohd Nizar Zakaria
(BN-UMNO)
2,963
Mohd Zahid Abu Bakar
(GS-PAS)
3,150
N40 Bota Khairul Shahril Mohamed
(BN-UMNO)
7,411 1,822 Azrul Hakkim Azhar
(PH-PPBM)
4,070 Nasarudin Hashim
(BN-UMNO)
3,448
Muhamad Ismi Mat Taib
(GS-PAS)
5,589
N41 Malim Nawar Leong Cheok Keng
(PH-DAP)
11,271 6,082 Chang Gwo Chyang
(BN-MCA)
5,189 Leong Cheok Keng
(PH-DAP)
4,343
K.S. Bawani
(PSM)
213
N42 Keranji Chong Zhemin
(PH-DAP)
12,072 8,041 Daniel Wa Wai How
(BN-MCA)
4,031 Chen Fook Chye
(PH-DAP)
5,561
N43 Tualang Sekah Nolee Ashilin Mohd Radzi Manan
(BN-UMNO)
8,767 1,099 Mohd Azlan Helmi
(PH-PKR)
7,668 Nolee Ashilin Mohd Radzi Manan
(BN-UMNO)
2,046
Mohd Sofian Rejab
(GS-PAS)
3,162
N44 Sungai Rapat Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin
(PH-AMANAH)
12,425 3,614 Radzi Zainon
(GS-PAS)
4,627 Radzi Zainon
(PAS)
2,638
Hamzah Kasim
(BN-UMNO)
8,811
N45 Simpang Pulai Tan Kar Hing
(PH-PKR)
25,659 20,689 Liew Yee Lin
(BN-MCA)
4,970 Tan Kar Hing
(PH-PKR)
11,083
Mohamad Arif Abdul Latiff
(PAS)
4,061
N46 Teja Ng Shy Ching
(PH-PKR)
10,546 4,390 Chang Chun Cheun
(BN-MCA)
6,156 Chang Lih Kang
(PH-PKR)
2,082
Mokhthar Abdullah
(GS-PAS)
2,028
N47 Chenderiang Ahmad Faizal Azumu
(PH-PPBM)
7,662 39 Chong Shin Heng
(BN-MCA)
7,623 Mah Hang Soon
(BN-MCA)
4,767
Nordin Hassan
(GS-PAS)
1,735
N48 Ayer Kuning Samsudin Abu Hassan
(BN-UMNO)
9,141 2,087 Tan Seng Toh
(PH-AMANAH)
7,054 Samsudin Abu Hassan
(BN-UMNO)
3,485
Salmah Ab Latif
(GS-PAS)
2,993
N49 Sungai Manik Zainol Padzi Paharudin
(BN-UMNO)
9,265 1,939 Mohamad Maharani Md Tasi
(PH-PKR)
7,326 Zainol Padzi Paharudin
(BN-UMNO)
1,854
Mohamed Yusoff Abdullah
(GS-PAS)
4,071
Dr Mustapa Kamal Bin Maulut

(BERJASA)

169
N50 Kampong Gajah Wan Norashikin Wan Nordin
(BN-UMNO)
11,026 3,345 Zaiton Latiff
(PH-AMANAH)
3,861 Abdullah Fauzi Bin Ahmad Razali
(BN-UMNO)
6,100
Mustafa Shaari
(GS-PAS)
7,681
N51 Pasir Panjang Yahaya Mat Nor
(PH-AMANAH)
14,123 1,219 Rashidi Ibrahim
(BN-UMNO)
12,904 Rashidi Ibrahim
(BN-UMNO)
304
Rohawati Abidin
(GS-PAS)
7,795
N52 Pangkor Zambry Abdul Kadir
(BN-UMNO)
8,378 1,626 Nordin Ahmad Ismail
(PH-PPBM)
6,752 Zambry Abdul Kadir
(BN-UMNO)
5,124
Zainal Abidin Saad
(GS-PAS)
3,638
N53 Rungkup Shahrul Zaman Yahya
(BN-UMNO)
6,529 3,069 Hatim Musa
(PH-AMANAH)
3,460 Shahrul Zaman Yahya
(BN-UMNO)
613
Mohd Mohkheri Jalil
(GS-PAS)
2,430
N54 Hutan Melintang Khairuddin Tarmizi
(BN-UMNO)
10,961 741 Manivannan Gowin
(PH-PKR)
10,220 Kesavan Subramaniam
(PH-PKR)
1,240
Mohd Misbahul Munir Masduki
(GS-PAS)
3,150
N55 Pasir Bedamar Terence Naidu
(PH-DAP)
19,480 14,520 Kong Sun Chin
(BN-MCA)
4,960 Terence Naidu
(PH-DAP)
13,037
S. Kumaresan
(GS-PAS)
939
N56 Changkat Jong Mohd Azhar Jamaluddin
(BN-UMNO)
11,216 67 Muhammad Faizul Mohamed Ismail
(PH-PPBM)
11,149 Mohd Azhar Jamaluddin
(BN-UMNO)
1,118
Mohd Azhar Mohd Rafiei
(GS-PAS)
5,834
N57 Sungkai Sivanesan Achalingam
(PH-DAP)
9,631 6,493 V. Elango
(BN-MIC)
3,138 Sivanesan Achalingam
(PH-DAP)
3,511
J. Applasamy
(GS-PAS)
505
N58 Slim Mohd Khusairi Abdul Talib
(BN-UMNO)
8,327 2,183 Mohd. Amran Ibrahim
(PH-PPBM)
6,144 Mohd Khusairi Abdul Talib
(BN-UMNO)
3,853
Muhammad Zulfadli Zainal
(GS-PAS)
4,103
N59 Behrang Aminuddin Zulkipli
(PH-AMANAH)
9,770 409 Rusnah Kassim
(BN-UMNO)
9,361 Rusnah Kassim
(BN-UMNO)
1,968
Syed Zamzuri Syed Nengah
(GS-PAS)
3,334

Perak state election, 2013Edit

Perak state election, 2013
 
← 2008 5 May 2013 (2013-05-05)

All 59 seats in the Perak State Legislative Assembly
30 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Leader Zambry Abdul Kadir Nizar Jamaluddin
Party BN Pakatan Rakyat
Leader's seat Pangkor Changkat Jering
Last election 28 seats, 46.1% 31 seats, 51.1%
Seats before 28 27
Seats won 31 28
Seat change  3  3
Popular vote 506,947[5] 625,710
Percentage 44.71% 54.48%
Swing  1.3%  3.3%

Menteri Besar before election

Zambry Abdul Kadir
BN

Menteri Besar-designate

Zambry Abdul Kadir
BN

e • d Summary of the 5 May 2013 Perak State Assembly Malaysian general election, 2013
Candidate Vote % vote Seat % seat +/–
Negeri Perak
Barisan Nasional (BN): 59 506,947 44.40 31 52.54  3
Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu (UMNO) 36 30 50.84  3
Persatuan Cina Malaysia (MCA) 15 1 1.69  
Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia (Gerakan) 4 0 0.00  
Kongres India Se-Malaysia (MIC) 3 0 0.00  
Parti Progresif Penduduk Malaysia (PPP) 1 0 0.00  
Pakatan Rakyat: 59 625,710 54.80 28 47.46  3
Parti Tindakan Demokratik (DAP) 18 18 30.51  
Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) 20 5 8.47  2
Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) 21 5 8.47  1
Independent (and others) 25 9,122 0.80 0 0.00  
Total 144 1,141,779 100.00 59 100.00  

Perak state election, 2008Edit

The following is the results of the 2008 state assembly elections. Three Pakatan Rakyat assemblymen have since quit their parties to become independents caucusing with Barisan Nasional, triggering the 2009 Perak constitutional crisis. The Pakatan Rakyat government formed after the election then been removed from power.[6]

e • d Summary of the 8 March 2008 Perak State Assembly election results
Votes % of vote Seats % of seats +/–
Pakatan Rakyat: 442,660 51.1 31 52.5  24
Democratic Action Party (DAP) 188,484 21.7 18 30.5  11
People's Justice Party (PKR) 118,824 13.7 7 11.9  7
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) 135,352 15.6 6 10.2  6
Barisan Nasional: 399,565 46.1 28 47.4  24
United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) 243,672 28.1 27 45.8  7
Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) 98,341 11.3 1 1.7  9
Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) 24,216 2.8 0 0.0  4
Malaysian People's Movement Party (Gerakan) 27,595 3.2 0 0.0  4
People's Progressive Party (PPP) 5741 0.7 0 0.0  
Independents 1,635 0.2 0 0.0  
Overall total 886,830 100 59 100  

Source: The Star[7], Malaysia

  • Three Pakatan Rakyat assemblymen became independents in February 2009. A fourth assemblyman became independent in June 2009.


Election pendulumEdit

The 14th General Election witnessed 29 governmental seats (2 from non-governmental seats were later decided to support the creation of new state government) and 30 non-governmental seats (currently 28 seats after 2 of them decided to support new government) filled the Perak State Legislative Assembly. The government side has 18 safe seat and 1 fairly safe seat. However, none of the non-government side has safe and fairly safe seat.

GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Titi Serong Hasnul Zulkarnain Abd. Munaim AMANAH 34.46
Pasir Panjang Yahaya Mat Nor AMANAH 40.56
Kuala Kurau Abdul Junus Jamhari PKR 41.88
Manjoi Asmuni Awi AMANAH 42.30
Kamunting Ir. Dr. Muhd. Fadhil Nuruddin AMANAH 42.50
Behrang Aminuddin Zulkipli AMANAH 43.49
Hulu Kinta Muhammad Arafat Varisai Muhamad PKR 45.02
Chenderiang Ahmad Faizal Azumu BERSATU 45.02
Sungai Rapat Ir. Mohamad Nizar Jamaluddin AMANAH 48.04
Tebing Tinggi Dr. Abdul Aziz Bari DAP 49.99
Fairly safe
Teja Sandrea Ng Shy Ching PKR 56.31
Safe
Malim Nawar Leong Cheok Keng DAP 67.60
Jalong Loh Sze Yee DAP 71.17
Sungkai Sivanesan Achalingam DAP 72.56
Simpang Pulai Tan Kar Hing PKR 73.97
Aulong David Nga Kor Ming DAP 74.94
Keranji Chang Zhemin DAP 74.97
Tronoh Yong Choo Kiong DAP 75.48
Pasir Bedamar Terence Naidu Raja Naidu DAP 76.76
Pokok Assam Leow Thye Yih DAP 77.50
Pantai Remis Wong May Ing DAP 77.86
Kepayang Dr. Ko Chung Sen DAP 80.95
Buntong Sivasubramaniam Athinarayanan DAP 83.74
Astaka Teoh Yee Chern DAP 83.80
Bercham Ong Boon Piow DAP 86.22
Jelapang Cheah Poh Hian DAP 86.27
Canning Jenny Choy Tsi Jen DAP 87.72
Menglembu Chaw Kam Foon DAP 88.13
Pasir Pinji Howard Lee Chuan How DAP 90.56
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Lubok Merbau Jurij Jalaluddin UMNO 36.13
Selinsing Mohamad Noor Dawoo UMNO 36.25
Kuala Sepetang Mohd. Kamaruddin Abu Bakar UMNO 37.54
Manong Mohd. Zuraimi Razali UMNO 39.25
Alor Pongsu Sham Mat Sahat UMNO 39.63
Changkat Jong Mohd. Azhar Jamaluddin UMNO 39.77
Changkat Jering Ahmad Saidi Mohamad Daud UMNO 40.13
Selama Mohd. Akmal Kamaruddin PAS 41.28
Bukit Chandan Maslin Sham Razman UMNO 41.94
Bota Khairul Shahril Mohamed UMNO 43.42
Kubu Gajah Khalil Yahaya PAS 44.29
Sungai Manik Zainol Fadzi Paharudin UMNO 44.48
Pangkor Dr. Zambry Abd. Kadir UMNO 44.64
Tualang Sekah Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi Manan UMNO 44.74
Slim Mohd. Khusairi Abdul Talib UMNO 44.83
Hutan Melintang Khairuddin Tarmizi UMNO 45.05
Gunong Semanggol Razman Zakaria PAS 45.10
Pengkalan Baharu Abd. Manap Hashim UMNO 45.80
Batu Kurau Dr. Muhammad Amin Hj. Zakaria UMNO 47.01
Trong Jamilah Zakaria UMNO 47.03
Chenderoh Zainun Mat Noor UMNO 47.54
Ayer Kuning Samsudin Abu Hassan UMNO 47.64
Pengkalan Hulu Aznel Ibrahim UMNO 48.57
Kampong Gajah Dr. Wan Norashikin Wan Noordin UMNO 48.86
Belanja Khairudin Abu Hanipah UMNO 49.40
Temenggor Salbiah Mohamed UMNO 50.42
Kota Tampan Saarani Mohamad UMNO 52.36
Rungkup Shahrul Zaman Yahya UMNO 52.57
Lintang Mohd. Zolkafly Harun UMNO 52.79
Kenering Mohd. Tarmizi Idris UMNO 55.39

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, formed an alliance with Pakatan Harapan on 12 May 2018 and so was expelled from UMNO on 14 May 2018.
  2. ^ Zainol Fadzi Paharuddin contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, formed an alliance with Pakatan Harapan on 12 May 2018 and so was expelled from UMNO on 14 May 2018.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2 ADUN Umno sokong HARAPAN di Perak gugur ahli". Malaysiakini (in Malay). 2018-05-14. Retrieved 2018-05-26.
  2. ^ Mohd. Said, Mohamad Hafizi. "Zainol Fadzi hijrah demi rakyat". Sinar Harian (in Malay). Retrieved 2018-05-26.
  3. ^ Sejarah Dewan Negeri dan Majlis Mseyuarat Kerajaan Archived 2009-12-20 at the Wayback Machine (in Malay)
  4. ^ a b "LAPORAN KAJIAN SEMULA PERSEMPADANAN" (PDF). Election Commission of Malaysia. Election Commission of Malaysia. 31 March 2018. Retrieved 13 April 2018.
  5. ^ Thomas, Tommy (10 May 2013). "BN is effectively a minority government". Malaysiakini. Retrieved 10 May 2013.
  6. ^ Showdown over Speaker’s seat in Perak Archived 2009-05-11 at the Wayback Machine The Star. 8 May 2009
  7. ^ MALAYSIA DECIDES 2008 > General Election 2008 Results > Perak

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