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I really enjoyed watching Bourdain on TV, sometimes wishing I was him travelling to all those exotic places meeting all kinds of people and trying those amazing food. Anthony Bourdain’s shows were most delightful and one of the few i followed. His shows were a combination of food, travel and people. He went all over the world and brought us delightful stories about lives on the street and remote places. Bourdain exuded humanity and decency. He was the guy who had a dinner of noodles in a roadside eatery with President Obama when he went to Hanoi. It was seen all over the world. Bourdain’ s death is a loss to good television and I will miss him. He had such a good life. So sad he took his own life. RIP Anthony Bourdain!

Before becoming famous, Bourdain spent more than two decades as a professional cook. In 2000, while working as the executive chef at Les Halles, a boisterous brasserie on Park Avenue South, he published a ribald memoir, “Kitchen Confidential.” It became a best-seller, heralding a new national fascination with the grubby secrets and “Upstairs Downstairs” drama of the hospitality industry. Bourdain, having established himself as a brash truth-teller, got into public spats with more famous figures; he once laid into Alice Waters for her pious hatred of junk food, saying that she reminded him of the Khmer Rouge. People who do not watch Bourdain’s show still tend to think of him as a savagely honest loudmouthed New York chef. But over the years he has transformed himself into a well-heeled nomad who wanders the planet meeting fascinating people and eating delicious food. He freely admits that his career is, for many people, a fantasy profession. A few years ago, in the voice-over to a sun-dappled episode in Sardinia, he asked, “What do you do after your dreams come true?” Bourdain would be easy to hate, in other words, if he weren’t so easy to like. “For a long time, Tony thought he was going to have nothing,” his publisher, Dan Halpern, told me. “He can’t believe his luck. He always seems happy that he actually is Anthony Bourdain.

A nice piece by THE NEW YORKER written February 2017 is worth reading, see here

Profiles
February 13 & 20, 2017 Issue
Anthony Bourdain’s Moveable Feast
Guided by a lusty appetite for indigenous culture and cuisine, the swaggering chef has become a travelling statesman.

By Patrick Radden Keefe

Bourdain, in Hanoi. He says, “I travel around the world, eat a lot of shit, and basically do whatever the fuck I want.”
Photographs by William Mebane for The New Yorker

When the President of the United States travels outside the country, he brings his own car with him. Moments after Air Force One landed at the Hanoi airport last May, President Barack Obama ducked into an eighteen-foot, armor-plated limousine—a bomb shelter masquerading as a Cadillac—that was equipped with a secure link to the Pentagon and with emergency supplies of blood, and was known as the Beast. Hanoi’s broad avenues are crowded with honking cars, storefront venders, street peddlers, and some five million scooters and motorbikes, which rush in and out of the intersections like floodwaters. It was Obama’s first trip to Vietnam, but he encountered this pageant mostly through a five-inch pane of bulletproof glass. He might as well have watched it on TV.

Obama was scheduled to meet with President Trần Đại Quang, and with the new head of Vietnam’s national assembly. On his second night in Hanoi, however, he kept an unusual appointment: dinner with Anthony Bourdain, the peripatetic chef turned writer who hosts the Emmy-winning travel show “Parts Unknown,” on CNN. Over the past fifteen years, Bourdain has hosted increasingly sophisticated iterations of the same program. Initially, it was called “A Cook’s Tour,” and aired on the Food Network. After shifting to the Travel Channel, it was renamed “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations,” and it ran for nine seasons before moving to CNN, in 2013. All told, Bourdain has travelled to nearly a hundred countries and has filmed two hundred and forty-eight episodes, each a distinct exploration of the food and culture of a place. The secret ingredient of the show is the when-in-Rome avidity with which Bourdain partakes of indigenous custom and cuisine, whether he is pounding vodka before plunging into a frozen river outside St. Petersburg or spearing a fatted swine as the guest of honor at a jungle longhouse in Borneo. Like a great white shark, Bourdain tends to be photographed with his jaws wide open, on the verge of sinking his teeth into some tremulous delicacy. In Bourdain’s recollection, his original pitch for the series was, roughly, “I travel around the world, eat a lot of shit, and basically do whatever the fuck I want.” The formula has proved improbably successful.

People often ask Bourdain’s producers if they can tag along on an escapade. On a recent visit to Madagascar, he was accompanied by the film director Darren Aronofsky. (A fan of the show, Aronofsky proposed to Bourdain that they go somewhere together. “I kind of jokingly said Madagascar, just because it’s the farthest possible place,” he told me. “And Tony said, ‘How’s November?’ ”) A ride-along with Bourdain promises the sidekick an experience that, in this era of homogenized tourism, is all too rare: communion with a foreign culture so unmitigated that it feels practically intravenous. Parachuted into any far-flung corner of the planet, Bourdain ferrets out the restaurant, known only to discerning locals, where the grilled sardines or the pisco sours are divine. Often, he insinuates himself into a private home where the meal is even better. He is a lively dining companion: a lusty eater and a quicksilver conversationalist. “He’s got that incredibly beautiful style when he talks that ranges from erudite to brilliantly slangy,” his friend Nigella Lawson observed. Bourdain is a font of unvarnished opinion, but he also listens intently, and the word he uses perhaps more than any other is “interesting,” which he pronounces with four syllables and only one “t”: in-ner-ess-ting.

Before becoming famous, Bourdain spent more than two decades as a professional cook. In 2000, while working as the executive chef at Les Halles, a boisterous brasserie on Park Avenue South, he published a ribald memoir, “Kitchen Confidential.” It became a best-seller, heralding a new national fascination with the grubby secrets and “Upstairs Downstairs” drama of the hospitality industry. Bourdain, having established himself as a brash truth-teller, got into public spats with more famous figures; he once laid into Alice Waters for her pious hatred of junk food, saying that she reminded him of the Khmer Rouge. People who do not watch Bourdain’s show still tend to think of him as a savagely honest loudmouthed New York chef. But over the years he has transformed himself into a well-heeled nomad who wanders the planet meeting fascinating people and eating delicious food. He freely admits that his career is, for many people, a fantasy profession. A few years ago, in the voice-over to a sun-dappled episode in Sardinia, he asked, “What do you do after your dreams come true?” Bourdain would be easy to hate, in other words, if he weren’t so easy to like. “For a long time, Tony thought he was going to have nothing,” his publisher, Dan Halpern, told me. “He can’t believe his luck. He always seems happy that he actually is Anthony Bourdain.”
“We have no choice but to resort to war kitties—may God have mercy on our souls.”

The White House had suggested the meeting in Vietnam. Of all the countries Bourdain has explored, it is perhaps his favorite; he has been there half a dozen times. He fell for Hanoi long before he actually travelled there, when he read Graham Greene’s 1955 novel, “The Quiet American,” and the city has retained a thick atmosphere of colonial decay—dingy villas, lugubrious banyan trees, monsoon clouds, and afternoon cocktails—that Bourdain savors without apology. Several years ago, he seriously considered moving there.

Bourdain believes that the age of the fifteen-course tasting menu “is over.” He is an evangelist for street food, and Hanoi excels at open-air cooking. It can seem as if half the population were sitting around sidewalk cookfires, hunched over steaming bowls of phở. As a White House advance team planned the logistics for Obama’s visit, an advance team from Zero Point Zero, the company that produces the show, scoured the city for the perfect place to eat. They selected Bún chả Hương Liên, a narrow establishment across from a karaoke joint on a busy street in the Old Quarter. The restaurant’s specialty is bún chả: springy white noodles, smoky sausage, and charred pork belly served in a sweet and pungent broth.

At the appointed hour, Obama exited the Beast and walked into the restaurant behind a pair of Secret Service agents, who cleared a path for him, like linemen blocking for a running back. In a rear dining room on the second floor, Bourdain was waiting at a stainless-steel table, surrounded by other diners, who had been coached to ignore the cameras and Obama, and to focus on their bún chả. Like many restaurants in Vietnam, the facility was casual in the extreme: diners and servers alike swept discarded refuse onto the floor, and the tiles had acquired a grimy sheen that squeaked beneath your feet. Obama was wearing a white button-down, open at the collar, and he greeted Bourdain, took a seat on a plastic stool, and happily accepted a bottle of Vietnamese beer.

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Yang di-Pertuan Agong consents to Tommy Thomas as the new Attorney General after 10 days delay. Agong also approved the sacking of current Attorney General Mohamad Apandi Ali, the joker who cleared Najib of wrongdoing in 2016, saying some $700 million that landed in Najib’s bank account was a donation from the Saudi royal family and that most of it has been returned.

Anyway, here is a nice little write up of our new AG Tommy Thomas by #thecoverage. Its a good read, here goes….

 

15 Facts About Tommy Thomas That Every Malaysian Should Know – Tommy Thomas Is The King

“Tommy is the king. He has an unparalleled combination

of skills, knowledge and sense, which enables him to remain a top dog,’ notes one competitor.”
Benchmark Asia-Pacific – Tommy Thomas Website

Tommy Thomas Former Muslim Employee In His Legal Firm Share Her Personal Experience About Him – He Is The Best !

1. Graduate from University of Manchester and London School of Economics 

Tommy Thomas was born in Kuala Lumpur in 1952, and attended Pasar Road English School and Victoria Institution.

He read law at the University of Manchester, graduating in 1973, and became a barrister (Middle Temple) in 1974. He studied International Relations at the London School of Economics, securing an M.Sc. in 1975. He was called to the Malaysian Bar in 1976.

2. Own A Law Firm – Tommy Thomas Advocates & Solicitors

He started his career at Skrine & Co., becoming a partner in 1982. In 2000, he established a  firm, doing litigation matters exclusively, organised along the lines of a barrister’s chambers in England.

Partners: Tommy Thomas, Alan Gomez, Ganesan Nethi Consultant: Sitpah Selvaratnam

3. Thomas Served The Bar Council From 1984

Thomas served in the Bar Council from 1984 to 1988 and from 1993 to 2001. He was elected its Secretary, serving from 1995 to 1997. He was Editor of Insaf, the Bar’s publication from 1985 to 1987. He was a member of the Bar (Disciplinary Proceedings) Review Committee under the Chairmanship of Tun Hussein Onn, and wrote its Report in 1986. Thomas has a keen interest in corporate governance.

4. The United Nations Development Plan (UNDP) Appointed Him As Senior Consultant In 2000

He was a Director of the Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance from 1995 to 2001. In the wake of the financial and economic crisis that engulfed Malaysia and other Asian countries in 1997, the United Nations Development Plan (UNDP) appointed him as Senior Consultant in 2000 to lead the Corporate Governance Initiative for the countries affected by the crisis. The publication in 2002 of a UNDP Report edited by him identified profligate corporate debt as a principal cause for the crisis.

He is a life member of the Malaysian Economic Association and the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

5. Well Known Legal Book Author

In Anything But The Law, Tommy Thomas covers topics as diverse as past general elections, Malaysian icons, the Arab Spring and economics – in fact, anything but the law.

Some readers are aware that he is a lawyer, he notes in an e-mail interview, so he chose a title that would alert them to the fact that this book is about non-legal issues.

It was launched together with Abuse Of Power, which focuses on the law and the Constitution. Both books collect essays he had written over 34 years and that had been published by online portals and by the Malaysian Bar.

6. Ranks Among The Best of Constitutional Law Advocates In Malaysia

Tommy Thomas ranks among the best of constitutional law advocates in Malaysia. Committed, charismatic and vocal, he is without doubt one of nation’s foremost lawyer and thinker, as attested to by his brilliant legal career, the breadth and depth of his dissertations, writings and talks on law, nation, institutional building, financial liberation and globalisation.

7.  More Than 40 Years In Law

As a barrister of more than 40 years standing, Thomas has had the privilege of appearing as counsel in landmark cases in various branches of the law in all the courts of Malaysia, including the Privy Council in London, which was Malaysia’s highest court until 1985. Thomas has had more than 150 reported cases and countless unreported cases. He has been singled out consistently and regularly as one of Malaysia’s leading litigation lawyers by independent international publications such as The Asia Pacific Legal 500, Which Lawyer, Who’s Who Legal (The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers), Commercial Litigation Lawyers of Asia and Chambers Asia.

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In the corporate field, he has appeared in Company, Liquidation, Receivership and Insolvency matters. In the commercial sphere, he has acted in Banking, Hire Purchase, Contract, Intellectual Property, Sale of Goods, Wills, Trusts and Land Law cases. Thomas has appeared in complex litigation involving bonds and other sophisticated financial instruments. In Public Law, Thomas specialises in constitutional and administrative law cases. He has also been very active in statutory interpretation disputes ranging from petroleum, asset management, securities law and local government.

Thomas has acted in ground-breaking high profile litigation involving two State Governments in relation to their off shore oil and gas claims. He has also acted for two other State Governments in constitutional and judicial review disputes. He has represented regulatory authorities as lead counsel in their complicated civil litigation matters at the apex court. Thomas is regularly consulted by other law firms and appointed senior counsel in their litigation. He often appears as lead counsel for the Malaysian Bar in intricate and controversial cases.

8. AMANAH LEGAL HEAD Lawyer

Tommy Thomas, the candidate proposed for Attorney-General (AG), not only has in-depth legal knowledge, “but more importantly, he is a senior lawyer with the utmost integrity, that is crucial for being an AG,” said Hanipa Maidin (pic), who chairs the Legal Bureau of Parti Amanah Negara.

In a letter to Malaysiakini, he said that honestly, he fully supports the proposed candidate, “without any doubt”.

Hanipa recalled his experience with Thomas while handling a contempt of court case filed by Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas) against a lady lawyer called Puan Fahdah and the writer/activist Ahmad Lutfi Othman.

Thomas was representing Fahdah and Hanipa was acting for Ahmad Lutfi. They won the case.

“I saw a lawyer who was fantastic (amat hebat) and highly credible (berwibawa),” recounted Hanipa, who is also the MP for Sepang.

9. Chin Peng Lawyer

He once represented Parti Komunis Malaya leader Chin Peng in calling for the government to allow his body to be buried in Sitiawan, Perak.

He pointed out that in his book written in 2016, Thomas had described Chin Peng as one of the great liberation fighters of the second half of the 20th century and a major contributor to Merdeka.

10. Lawyer of for Lim Guan Eng

Press Conference Statement by Chief Minister of Penang Lim Guan Eng Announcing Tommy Thomas As The Penang State Government’s Counsel To Sue The Election Commission And The Federal Government At Gerden Hotel, Kuala Lumpur on 26th Feb 2013.

Thomas is representing Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng in his corruption cases.

11. Lawyer for MH 370 and MH 17

MH 370 Lead counsel Tommy Thomas had argued that the documents, among others, were critical evidence relating to the background and sequence of events for the incident and subsequent search operations. Court orders Malaysia Airlines to hand over documents on MH370 to passengers’ next of kin.

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In court, the family’s lawyer Tommy Thomas submitted that they were concerned that it would be “a paper judgment” if the High Court ruled in favour of the family as MAS would be a shell company because all its assets had been transferred to MAB except the MH370 and MH17 lawsuits.

He said that according to the vesting order gazetted on Nov 6 last year, pursuant to the Malaysian Airline System Berhad (Administration) Act 2015, it appeared that MAS assets such as aircraft, buildings and properties were transferred to MAB and about 1,000 MAS liabilities relating to its trade and business creditors, such as suppliers of catering and maintenance services, were also transferred to MAB.

Thomas said none of the 500 MH370 and MH17 passengers’ families’ claims were transferred.

He said there were a total of 27 lawsuits filed by families of passengers on board the MH370 flight pending at the Kuala Lumpur High Court and litigation pending in the courts in the United States, China and Australia.

12. Believes The “Allah” Decision is Wrong in Constitutional Law

The sustained public attack on last week’s decision of the Court of Appeal in prohibiting the Catholic Church from using the word “Allah” in their internal publication, the Herald, is absolutely unprecedented, even in a nation very used to bad court decisions. From a constitutional perspective, the three judgments are poorly reasoned, the law misread and conclusions reached which will baffle any right-thinking student anywhere in the common law. The decision is not just wrong, it is horribly wrong, and will represent a terrible blot on our legal landscape, unless overturned quickly by the apex court, the Federal Court. Regrettably, what follows may seem unduly legalistic, but it cannot be avoided in a critique of a court decision. – Tommy Thomas 

13. Believes Malaysia Is A Secular State

“UMNO wishes to state loudly that Malaysia is an Islamic country. This is based on the opinion of ulamaks who had clarified what constituted as Islamic country. If Malaysia is not an Islamic country because it does not implement the hudud, then there are no Islamic countries in the world.

If UMNO says that Malaysia is an Islamic country, it is because in an Islamic country non-Muslims have specific rights. This is in line with the teachings of Islam. There is no compulsion in Islam. And Islam does not like chaos that may come about if Islamic laws are enforced on non-Muslims. – Tommy Thomas

14. Believes Sultan and Agong Does Not Have A Free Hand” In The Selection of the Menteri Besar and Prime Minister

He explained that as a constitutional ruler, the Sultan of Selangor “does not have a free hand” in the selection of the menteri besar, citing Articles 51 and 53 of the state constitution.

Article 51(2) states that the candidate “must be of the Malay Race and profess the Muslim Religion” while Article 53(4) provides that His Highness may in his discretion dispense with provisions in the Constitution like Article 51 (2) which restricts his choice.

“Obviously, the menteri besar of any state must be a citizen of Malaysia but in Selangor there are no residential qualifications. Thus, he or she need not be born in Selangor nor have a permanent residence in the state,” Thomas told The Malaysian Insider today.

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He also quoted Article 53(2)(a) which states that the Sultan can only appoint a person as menteri besar if that person is a member of the state legislative assembly and who, in his judgement, is likely to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the assembly.

“The Federal Constitution and all the State Constitutions have identical provisions to Selangor’s Article 53(2).

“They are all modelled on Westminster constitutions with the standard words ‘commanding the confidence of the majority’ of parliamentarians,” he added.

Since the country achieved its independence in 1957, the political party (or coalition) that gains the most number of seats in general elections always selected its own leader, Thomas noted.

“So, in every case where there has been a vacancy in the office of the prime minister, whether caused by resignation or death, the acting leader of UMNO or Barisan Nasional was appointed the PM.

“Similarly, after each of the 13 general elections, the King had no discretion in such appointments. It is the same in the case of all the states. If there were exceptions in some states, the MBs were appointed without regard to constitutional niceties,” Thomas said. – Tommy Thomas

15. Quotes About Tommy Thomas

“Many Malaysian writers pull their punches or shade the truth about life in Malaysia. Just as many commentators eschew research to back up their opinions….Prominent lawyer and social commentator Tommy Thomas does not fall into either category….The book is a compilation of 32 essays and commentaries over the years, written with courage and clarity. There is his take on polarized and fractured Malaysia; a compassionate portrait of communist leader Chin Peng and the unconstitutional basis of Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s declaration that Malaysia is an Islamic state…” – Brendan Pereira, Former Editor of The New Straits Times

““Tommy Thomas is undoubtedly one of the country’s foremost lawyers and thinkers as attested to by his brilliant legal career and by the breadth and depth of his writings and speeches not only on law but also on nation & institutional building as well as on financial liberalization and globalization, as is readily evident from this collection.

His forays into the political economy issues of the day such as the global financial crisis show how wide is his interest, how well he is read and what a good grasp he has of subjects very different from his field of specialization.

This collection is a must read not only for the specialists in law and the social sciences who have an abiding interest in developments in Malaysia and the Region but also for the concerned citizen who wants a better appreciation of the happenings around them.” – Dr R. Thillainathan, Past President of the Malaysian Economic Association

“Widely regarded as one of the top lawyers in the country.”- Chambers Asia Pacific

“He will be the cream at the top, strategic, clever,” says a peer. “We appear together often and I think highly of him.” – Benchmark Asia-Pacific

“Tommy Thomas has an excellent reputation based on success in some of Malaysia’s most significant court cases in recent years.”- The Legal 500

“Tommy is the king. He has an unparalleled combination of skills, knowledge and sense, which enables him to remain a top dog,’ notes one competitor.”- Benchmark Asia-Pacific


(MMO) – Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle Brown asserted that murdered Senior Deputy Public Prosecutor, Kevin Morais, was the man who leaked the information about the Attorney-General Chamber’s (AGC) investigation over misappropriation at former 1MDB subsidiary SRC International.

Rewcastle-Brown told Malay Mail in an interview that “several credible sources” told her it was Morais who fed her the information about the investigation and leaked what was allegedly a charge sheet against former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

“I believe it was Kevin Morais,” the London-based Sarawak Report editor said when asked how she had acquired the highly confidential information.

“I checked with several credible sources and… I believed it was Morais,” she added.

Three years ago Morais’ brother, Charles, issued a statutory declaration alleging his brother was responsible for drafting the charge sheets against Najib and that he had then sent copies of those charge sheets to Sarawak Report.

The papers were reportedly sent the day after Najib removed then Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and several members of his government in what was seen as an attempt to pre-empt his purported arrest.

Charles Morais told reporters that he did not believe for a moment that the motive for kidnapping and strangling his brother was that he was acting as the prosecutor in a separate bribery case, for which several men face trial.


Sabah is currently facing a constitutional crisis, the state now has two chief ministers.

In the May 9th Sabah state polls, Sabah BN won 29 seats while Warisan, which has working ties with Pakatan Harapan, also secured 29 seats. Two other state seats were won by Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku led by Datuk Dr Jeffry Kitingan.

On May 10th, Musa was sworn-in as the chief minister before the TYT after securing a 31-majority following Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku’s decision to form an alliance with Sabah BN.

On May 12th, Shafie was sworn in as the chief minister after six assemblymen from Musa-led government declared their support to the Warisan’s Shafie Apdal to take over the government.

Both Musa and Shafie have introduced their cabinet line-up after being sworn as chief minister.

Today the 17th of May, Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman Musa Aman filed a writ of summons in the High Court seeking a declaration that he is and remains the lawful Sabah Chief Minister.

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The writ was filed through Messrs F.T. Ahmad and Co, which is acting for Musa.

Musa named Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin as the first respondent and Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) president Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal as the second respondent.

Lawyer Tengku Fuad Tengku Ahmad, in a statement, said Musa was seeking a declaration, among others, that he is and remains the lawful Chief Minister and that the purported swearing in of Shafie as a second Chief Minister by the state of head was unconstitutional.

“The writ also seeks a declaration that any and all acts by Shafie whilst purporting to be the Chief Minister are also null and void and of no effect.

The court fixed June 19 to hear the suit before Justice Ravinthran Paramaguru.

Now the question is: does the TYT have the power to revoke Chief Minister Musa Aman’s appointment, sworn in lawfully, in the presence of the the Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak, Tan Sri Richard Malanjum?

According to retired federal court judge Gopal Sri Ram, the head of state could not revoke Musa’s appointment even if Shafie now showed he had the majority support.


1977, Satyajit Ray, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Akira Kurosawa at the Taj Mahal.

It was here that Antonioni famously said, “Violence of the oppressor is not justified, that of the oppressed is. Fuck ethics.”

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This is the full list of Sabah Parliamentary and State candidates for the May 9th polls  #GE14

P.167 – KUDAT

Sh Azman Bin Sh Along (WARISAN)
Mohd Ashraf Chin Abdullah (PPRS)
Abdul Rahim Bin Bakri (BN) *

DUN

N.01 – BANGGI

Kusugan Bin Ali (PPRS)
Abd Mijul Bin Unaini (BN) *
Abidula Bin Amsana (HR)
Mohammad Bin Mohamarin (WARISAN)
Norlaji Bin Amir Hassan (STAR)
Abdul Nasir Bin Jamaluddin (PKS)

Sharif Azman Sh. Ahlong, Maklin Masiau, Chong Chen Bin and Mohammad Mohamarin, the Warisan Sabah candidates in Kudat.

N.02 – TANJONG KAPOR

Tsen Chou Yin@Thomas Tsen Chau Yin (PCS)
Chong Chen Bin (WARISAN)
Teo Chee Kang (BN) *
Allaidly Binti Poyon (PPRS)
Aliasgar Bin Omolong (PAS)

PAUL PORODONG

N.03 – PITAS

Bolkiah Bin Ismail (BN) *
Dausieh Binti Queck @ Paraman (PAS)
Pransol Tiying (ANAKNEGERI)
Bakir Bin Mancaing (HR)
Ramlah Binti Nasir (PKS)
Maklin Bin Masiau (WARISAN)

P.168 – KOTA MARUDU

Paul Bin Porodong (PCS)
Maijol Bin Mahap (HR)
Barlus Bin Mangabis (WARISAN)
Johnity @ Maximus Bin Ongkili (BN) *

Maximus Ongkili, the BN incumbent for Kota Marudu waves to the crowd as he heads to the Nomination Centre.

DUN

N.04 – MATUNGGONG

Marunsai Bin Dawai (STAR)
Sazalye Donol Bin Abdullah (PKR)
Julita Mojungki (BN)
Jornah Binti Mozihim (PCS)
Rahim Bin Madhakong (PKS)

N.05 – TANDEK

Johnson Bin Assan @ Johnson Gaban (PCS)
Baintin Bin Adun (WARISAN)
Lasiah Baranting @ Anita (BN) *
Joel Bin Masilung (STAR)

Salleh Said with the other hopefuls vying for the Kota Belud parliament seat as well as the three State seats.

P.169 – KOTA BELUD

Laiman Bin Ikin @ Ag Laiman Kakimin (PAS)
Mohd Salleh Mohd Said (BN)
Miasin @ Aimaduddin Bin Mion (HR)
Isnaraissah Munirah Bt Majilis @ Fakharudy (WARISAN)

MUNIRAH MAJILIS

DUN

N.06 – TEMPASUK

Suwah Bin Buleh @ Bulleh (STAR)
Mustaqim Bin Aling (PAS)
Musbah Bin Jamli (BN) *
Mustapha @ Mohd Yunus Bin Sakmud (PKR)

N.07 – KADAMAIAN

Mail Bin Balinu (PCS)
Rubbin Bin Guribah (STAR)
Lukia Binti Indan (PKR)
Satail Bin Manjungkat (PAS)
Ewon Benedick (BN)

N.08 – USUKAN

Japlin Bin Akim @ Abd Hamid (BN) *
Abd Bahtrin @ Bahkrin Bin Mohd Yusof (WARISAN)
Amsor Bin Tuah (BEBAS-TRAKTOR)
Adzmin Bin Awang (PAS)

Joniston Bangkuai the BN incumbent for Kiulu as well as other BN candidates in the Tuaran parliamentary seat march with their supporters to the Nomination Centre.

P.170 – TUARAN

Madius Bin Tangau (BN) *
Chrisnadia Binti Sinam (PKR)
Syra Peter @ P Gom (HR)
Kalakau @ Kalakan Bin Untol (PCS)
Paumin @ Md Aminuddin Bin Aling (PAS)

JO-ANNA RAMPAS

DUN

N.09 – TAMPARULI

Jahid @ Noordin Bin Jahim (BN)
Dausil Bin Kundayong (PKR)
Mojilip Bin Bumburing @ Wilfred (PCS)
Samin @ Jasmin Bin Dulin (STAR)

N.10 – SULAMAN

Hajiji Bin Haji Noor (BN) *
Abdullah Sani Bin Daud (WARISAN)
Arifin Bin Harith (HR)

N.11 – KIULU

Joniston Bin Lumai @ Bangkuai (BN) *
Gaibin Bin Ransoi (PCS)
Jo-Anna Sue Henley Rampas (WARISAN)
Terence Sinti (STAR)

Rahman Dahlan has switched from Kota Belud to contest in Sepanggar.

P.171 – SEPANGGAR

Jeffrey Kumin (SAPP)
Robert Sopining (PCS)
Abd Rahman Bin Dahlan (BN)
Mohd Azis Bin Jamman (WARISAN)

Warisan’s Azis Jamman, centre, who will be up against Rahman Dahlan in Sepanggar, and Azhar Matussin, right, who is the Karambunai candidate.

DUN

KENNY CHUA

N.12 – KARAMBUNAI

Azhar Bin Matussin (WARISAN)
Aspar Bin Oyet@ Akbar (PAS)
Jainab Binti Ahmad (BN) *
Ahsim Bin Oyok Bin Jamat (SAPP)

N.13 – INANAM

Jakariah Bin Janit (PKS)
Goh Chin Lok @ Johnny Goh (BN)
Situl Bin Mintow (BEBAS-KUNCI)
Terence Tsen Kim Fatt (ANAKNEGERI)
Kenny Chua Teck Ho (PKR)
John Stephen Dionysius (SAPP)

DAP Sabah secretary Chan Foong Hin, centre, with Phoong Jin Zhe and Tan Lee Fatt, the DAP candidates for Luyang and Likas respectively. Chan is contesting the Kota Kinabalu parliament seat.

P.172 – KOTA KINABALU

Lee Han Kyun @ Joseph Lee (BN)
Yong Teck Lee (SAPP)
Chan Foong Hin (DAP)

DUN

Richard Yong, Lim Kat Chung, Gee Tien Siong and Yong Teck Lee – the SAPP candidates.

N.14 – LIKAS

Tan Lee Fatt (DAP)
Chin Shu Ying (BN)
Yong We Kong (SAPP)

JOSEPH LEE

N.15 – API-API

Chan Chee Ching (BEBAS-PEN)
Yee Moh Chai (BN)
Len Lip Fong @ Land Lip Fong (ANAKNEGERI)
Liew Chin Jin (PKR) *
Lim Kat Chung (SAPP)

N.16 – LUYANG

Gee Tien Siong (SAPP)
Phoong Jin Zhe (DAP)
Pamela Yong (BN)

P.173 – PUTATAN

Jivol @ Edmund Bin Doudilim (HR)
Zulzaim Hilmee Bin Abidin (PAS)
Awang Husaini Bin Sahari (PKR)
Mil Kusin Bin Abdillah (ANAKNEGERI)
Makin @ Marcus Majigoh (BN) *

Parti Warisan vice president Junz Wong, with dark glasses, is contesting the Tanjung Aru state seat.

DUN

N.17 – TANJONG ARU

Noraiza Binti Mohammad Noor (HARAPAN)
Chong Wei Leung (ANAK NEGERI)
Yong Oui Fah (BN) *
Hamid Bin Ismail (PAS)
Wong Hong Jun (WARISAN)

N.18 – PETAGAS

Yahyah @ Yahya Bin Hussin @ Ag Husin (BN) *
Ester Otion (HARAPAN)
Uda Bin Sulai (WARISAN)

JENIFER LASIMBANG

P.174 – PENAMPANG

Ignatius Dorell Leiking (WARISAN)
Cleftus Stephen Spine (STAR)
Ceasar Mandela Malakun (BN)
Edwin @ Jack Bosi (ANAKNEGERI)

DUN

N.19 – KAPAYAN

Goh Fah Sun (BN)
Chong Pit Fah (STAR)
Jannie Lasimbang (DAP)

Jannie Lasimbang and Chong Pit Fah

N.20 – MOYOG

Donald Peter Mojuntin (BN)
Jenifer Lasimbang (WARISAN)
Bandasan @ Dionisius Dennis J Tunding (PCS)
Danim @ Aloysius Bin Siap (STAR)

P.175 – PAPAR

Elbert Bin Sikuil (PCS)
Rosnah Binti Hj Abd Rashid Shirlin (BN) *
Jamil Bin William Core (STAR)
Ahmad Bin Hassan (WARISAN)

DUN

N.21 – KAWANG

Matlin Bin Jilon (HR)
Gulamhaidar @ Yusof Khan Bahadar (BN) *
Salleh Bin Eddris (WARISAN)
Wahid @ Harith Bin Ismail (ANAKNEGERI)

N.22 – PANTAI MANIS

Jawasing Bin Mianus @ Herman J Mianus (PCS)
Abdul Rahim Bin Ismail (BN) *
James @ Ebi Ghani (HR)
Aidi Bin Moktar (WARISAN)

Karim Bujang, the former Bongawan Umno Assemblyman is now contesting the Kimanis parliament seat where he faces the incumbent Anifah Aman.

P.176 – KIMANIS

Anifah Bin Aman @ Haniff Amman (BN) *
Karim Bin Bujang (WARISAN)
Jaafar Bin Ismail (HR)

Mohd Arifin, Anifah and Mohd Alamin – the BN incumbents in Membakut, Kimanis and Bongawan respectively.

DUN

N.23 – BONGAWAN

Mohamad Bin Alamin (BN) *
Daud Bin Yusof (WARISAN)
Jaafar Bin Ismail (HR)

N.24 – MEMBAKUT

Mohd Arifin Bin Mohd Arif (BN) *
Ali Omar Bin Mohd Idris (HR)
Rosjelen Binti Salimat (PCS)
Haji Yahya Bin Ahmad (BEBAS-PEN)
Abd Sani Bin Marip @ Marif (WARISAN)

JOHAIR MATLANI

P.177 – BEAUFORT

Azizah Binti Mohd Dun (BN) *
Johan @ Christopher Bin Ot Ghani (PKR)
Lajim Bin Ukin (HR)

DUN

N.25 – KLIAS

Isnin Bin Aliasnih @ Liasnih (BN)
Johair Binti Mat Lani (WARISAN)
Lajim Bin Ukin (HR) *

N.26 – KUALA PENYU

Limus Bin Jury (BN) *
Nikol Tiunsu @ Herman Tiongsoh (PCS)
Dikin Bin Musah (PKR)
Jonas Bin Sungin @ Sunggim (HR)

Hafez Musa, left, and Noor Hayaty Mustapha

P.178 – SIPITANG

Yamani Hafez Bin Musa (BN)
Noor Hayaty Binti Mustapha (WARISAN)
Dayang Aezzy Binti Liman (HR)

DUN

N.27 – LUMADAN

Matbali Bin Musah (BN)
Asmat Bin Japar (HR)
Md Samlih Bin Juaisin (WARISAN)

N.28 – SINDUMIN

Yusof @ Josree Bin Yacob (WARISAN)
Sapawi Bin Amat Wasali @ Ahmad (BN)
Patrick Sadom (HR)

P.179 – RANAU

Ewon Bin Ebin (BN) *
Andau Bin Yasun @ Bruno (PCS)
Jonathan Bin Yasin (PKR)
Soudi @ Sami Bin Andang (STAR)

MASIDI MANJUN

DUN

N.29 – KUNDASANG

Jinus Bin Sodiong (PKS)
Japiril Bin Suhaimin (STAR)
Siriman @ Mohd Fazid Bin Basir (WARISAN)
Henrynus Amin (ANAKNEGERI)
Joachim Gunsalam (BN) *

N.30 – KARANAAN

Masidi Bin Manjun @ Masdi (BN) *
Juhaili Bin Sidek (ANAKNEGERI)
Aman @ Adzman Bin Manaf (HR)
Chong Peck Hing @ Chong Poh Sing (PKR)

N.31 – PAGINATAN

Julian @ Paul Bin Sidin WARISAN
Abidin Bin Madingkir (BN)
Satiol Bin Indong (PCS)
Mat Jaili Bin Samat (PPRS)
Pedderin @ Feddrin Bin Tuliang @ Tuling (STAR)

Pairin Kitingan, Sairin Karno for Liawan, walking towards the Nomination centre in Keningau. Pairin has been the incumbent for Tambunan since 1976

P.180 – KENINGAU

Jius Bin Awang (PCS)
Maimin Bin Rijan (BEBAS-KUNCI)
Daniel Bin Kinsik (BN)
Gapari Bin Katingan @ Geoffrey Kitingan (STAR)
Justin Bin Guka (BEBAS-BUKU)
Jikulin Nointin @ Anastasius (WARISAN)

JAKE NOINTIN

DUN

N.32 – TAMBUNAN

Justin Bin Alip (WARISAN)
Nestor Bin Joannes (PCS)
Gapari Bin Katingan @ Geoffrey Kitingan (STAR)
Joseph Pairin Kitingan (BN) *

JUSTIN ALIP

N.33 – BINGKOR

Jino @ Peter Bin Allion @ Alliun (BN)
Justin Bin Guka (BEBAS-BUKU)
Robert Tawik @ Nordin (STAR)
Odom @ Peter Dhoms Bin Saili @ Soili (DAP)
Uling @ Thomas Anggan (PKS)
Aisat @ Ellik Bin Igau @ Iggau (ANAKNEGERI)

N.34 – LIAWAN

Kong Fui Seng (STAR)
Hussein @ Jaimis Bin Kassim @ Madatin (PCS)
Sapin @ Sairin Bin Karano @ Karno (BN)
Rasinin Bin Koutis @ Kautis (WARISAN)

P.181 – TENOM

Rubin Bin Balang (BN)
Noorita Binti Sual (DAP)
Laimoi @ Yuslinah Binti Laikim (HR)

More than 1,000 Warisan supporters turned up in Tenom, many in their fine Murut costumes.

DUN

N.35 – MELALAP

PETER ANTHONY

Jaineh Bin Juata @ Jimmy Jawatah (STAR)
Radin Malleh (BN) *
Peter Anthony (WARISAN)
Chinly Bin Moniu @ Mah Tsen Li (PCS)
Lidos Rabih @ George Rejos (PKS)

N.36 – KEMABONG

Yahia @ Yahya Bin Raimah (HR)
Haris Bin Bolos (WARISAN)
Tay Jin Kiong @ Alfred (PCS)
Jamawi Bin Ja’afar (BN)

P.182 – PENSIANGAN

Joh Bin Jimmy @ Richard Joe Jimmy (STAR)
Raymond Bin Ahuar (PKR)
Maidin Bin Atak @ Maidin Haji Osman (PCS)
Arthur Joseph Kurup (BN)
Engah Bin Sintan @ Dahlan Bin Abdullah (BEBAS-RUMAH

DUN

N.37 – SOOK

Ellron Bin Angin (BN) *
Baritus Bin Gungkit (STAR)
Beaty Fred @ Peter Beaty (ANAKNEGERI)
Martin Tomy @ Tommy (WARISAN)

AHUAR RASAM

N.38 – NABAWAN

Bobbey Ah Fang Bin Suan (BN) *
Ahuar Bin Rasam (WARISAN)
Angin @ Nasruddin Bin Lambahan (PCS)
Apandy @ Lukan Bin Angindi (HR)

P.183 – BELURAN

Ronald Kiandee (BN) *
Salimah Binti Oyong (BEBAS-BUKU)
Toidy Luit (PCS)
Sipin Bin Kadandi (HR)
Japar Bin Zairun (WARISAN)
Lem @ Salim Bin Matin (PERPADUAN)

DUN

N.39 – SUGUT

James Bin Ratib (BN) *
Mohd Arshad Bin Abdul (PERPADUAN)
Aspah Bin Abdullah Sani (WARISAN)
Ag Osman Asibih (PKS)

N.40 – LABUK

Abdul Rahman Bin Kongkawang (BN)
Albert Thomas Enti (PKS)
Rainus Bin Awang (STAR)
James Bin Miki (PCS)
Ramsah Bin Tasim @ Ramsah Bin Tashim (WARISAN)

Musa Aman comes to file his nomination papers for Gum Gum.

P.184 – LIBARAN

Zakaria Bin Mohd Edris @ Tubau (BN)
Alfian Bin Mansyur (HR)
Irwanshah Bin Mustapa (WARISAN)

DUN

N.41 – GUM-GUM

Arunarnsin Bin Taib (WARISAN)
Joilin @ Christine Binti Bugung (PKS)
Jamaludin Bin Lamba (PPRS)
Juslie Bin Ajirol (BN)
Dahil Bin Masdik (HR)

N.42 – SUNGAI SIBUGA

Musa Bin Aman (BN) *
Osman Bin Enting (PKS)
Asmara Bin Abdul Rahman (WARISAN)

Batu Sapi will see a four-cornered fight involving VK Liew, fourth from left, the former LDP president and Sandakan MP as well as BN incumbent Linda Tsen, fourth from right.

P.185 – BATU SAPI

Tsen Thau Lin (BN) *
Liew Vui Keong (WARISAN)
Hamza Bin A. Abdullah @ Hamzah (AMANAH)
Norsah Binti Bongsu (PAS)

DUN

N.43 – SEKONG

Sahar Bin Abdul Majid (PAS)
Arifin Bin Asgali (WARISAN)
Samsudin Bin Yahya (BN) *
Abdul Rashid Bin Abdul Rahman (STAR)
Alias Rahmad Bin Benjamin (PKS)
Datu Mohd Faisal Bin Datu Bachtiyal (BEBAS-KAPALTERBANG)

N.44 – KARAMUNTING

Norsah Binti Bongsu (PAS)
Besarun Bin Kecha (STAR)
Hiew Vun Zin (WARISAN)
Lim Kai Min (BN)

DAP Sabah strongman Stephen Wong Tien Fatt is up in a straight fight with BN’s Lim Ming Hoo

P.186 – SANDAKAN

Lim Ming Hoo (BN)
Wong Tien Fatt @ Wong Nyuk Foh (DAP) *

DUN

N.45 – ELOPURA

Chan Tzun Hei (BN)
Chong Ket Kiun (DAP)

N.46 – TANJONG PAPAT

Tan Shu Kiah (BN) *
Poon Ming Fung (DAP)
Jufazli Bin Shi Ahmad (BEBAS-KUNCI)

The BN candidates for Kinabatangan.

P.187 – KINABATANGAN

Mustapa Bin Datu Tambuyong (HR)
MA Ghazali Bin Abdul Ghani (WARISAN)
Moktar Bin Radin (BN) *

NORFAIZAH CHUA

DUN

N.47 – KUAMUT

Masiung Bin Banah (BN) *
Edward Podok (PCS)
Norfaizah Chua @ Giak Kiang (WARISAN)
Jumaidin Bin Lakalla (PAS)
James Bin Ait (STAR)

N.48 – SUKAU

Muariffidin Bin Abdul Malek (HR)
Mohd Ismail Bin Ayob (WARISAN)
Saddi Bin Abdu Rahman (BN) *
Abdulgani Bin Kosui (PPRS)

The various candidates for Silam.

P.188 – SILAM

Datu Nasrun Bin Datu Mansur (BN) *
Mohamaddin Bin Ketapi (WARISAN)
Ramli Bin Pataruddin (PAS)
Siti Shazianti Binti Ajak (HR)

YUSOF APDAL

DUN

N.49 – TUNGKU

Bulangan Panasi (HR)
Abd Rahman Bin Taggoh (PKS)
Mizma Binti Appehdullah (BN)
Assaffal @ Samsul Kamal Bin P Alian (WARISAN)

N.50 – LAHAD DATU

Mohammad Yusof Bin Apdal (BN) *
Wong Yu Chin (HR)
Dumi Bin Pg. Masdal (WARISAN)

N.51 – KUNAK

Nilwan Bin Kabang (BN) *
Norazlinah Binti Arif (WARISAN)
Sahing Bin Taking (HR)
Kasman Bin Karate (PAS)

The Warisan supporters in Semporna.

P.189 – SEMPORNA

Abdul Nasir Bin Ab Raup (PAS)
Asmara Bin Asmad (HR)
Ramlee Bin Marahaban (BN)
Mohd Shafie Bin Apdal (WARISAN) *

SHAFIE APDAL

DUN

N.52 – SULABAYAN

Jaujan Bin Sambakong (WARISAN) *
Untung Bin Tanjong Baru (HR)
Harman Bin Mohamad (BN)
Abdul Nasir Bin Ab Raup (PAS)

N.53 – SENALLANG

Mohd Shafie Bin Apdal (WARISAN)
Nasir Bin Sakaran (BN) *

N.54 – BUGAYA

Mohammad Said Bin Tiblan (PPRS)
Kulli Bin Maralam (PKS)
Mahamod Bin Sarahil (PAS)
Manis Buka Binti Mohd Darah (WARISAN)
Razak Bin Sakaran Dandai (BN)
Abd Muksin Bin Mohammad Hassan (BEBAS-TRAKTOR)

Christina Liew, left, will contest the Tawau parliament seat while Jimmy Wong returns to Sri Tanjung.

P.190 – TAWAU

Yap Kain Ching @ Mary Yap Ken Jin (BN) *
Alizaman Bin Jijurahman (HR)
Mohamad Bin Husain (PAS)
Liew Chin Jin (PKR)

DUN

N.55 – BALUNG

Razali Bin Hamzah (HR)
Amboase Bin Ramano (PAS)
Osman Bin Jamal @ Jamar (BN)
Alipa Bin Jackery (USNO)
Andi Rus Diana Bt Andi Paladjareng (WARISAN)

Mary Yap, right, will be defending Tawau while Nizam Titingan is in Apas and Osman Jamal in Balung.

N.56 – APAS

Abdul Salip Bin Ejal (WARISAN)
Alizaman Bin Jijurahman (HR)
Daud Bin Jalaluddin (PAS)
Nizam Bin Abu Bakar Titingan (BN)

N.57 – SRI TANJONG

LOH SU FUI

Pang Thou Chung (HR)
Lo Su Fui (BN)
Leong Yun Fui (PKS)
Wong Sze Phin @ Jimmy (DAP)

P.191 – KALABAKAN

Ma’mun Bin Sulaiman (WARISAN)
Abdul Ghapur Bin Salleh (BN) *
Norbin Bin Aloh (PAS)
Ahmad Bin Lahama (PPRS)

DUN

SARIFUDDIN HATA

N.58 – MEROTAI

Ahmad Bin Dullah (PAS)
Lim Ting Khai (BN)
Sharatha Masyaroh binti John Ridwan Lincon (HR)
Arbaani Bin Akum (AMANAH)
Sarifuddin Bin Hata (WARISAN)
Azizul Bin Tandek (PKS)
Mohd Nasir Bin Sumadi (USNO)

N.59 – TANJONG BATU

Hamisa Binti Samat (BN) *
Usman Bin Madeaming (PAS)
Ardi Bin Arsah @ Samsi (PPRS)
Ismail Bin Senang (WARISAN)

N.60 – SEBATIK

Yusri Bin Yunus (PPRS)
Roslan Bin Ramli (PAS)
Abd Muis Bin Picho (BN) *
Hassan A Gani Pg Amir (WARISAN)

* Those marked with the asterisk are incumbents/* Mereka yang ditandai dengan asterisk adalah penyandang


MUSA AMAN / ROADSHOW YAYASAN SABAH BERSAMA RAKYAT

The state government’s move to introduce communal grants is to ensure land stays in families and is passed down the generations.

About 9,000 hectares of land for communal grants has been approved so far.

Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman says communal grants given by the state government to the people cannot be abolished.

He said the names stated on the grants were those of selected hardcore poor household heads.

“We (the state government) gave the communal grants to enable the people to own land which could be handed down to their children and grandchildren… the land can be developed for anything.

“So when the Warisan party president said he would abolish the communal grants, why? To give to other people? Communal grants have the names of the people on them… the land cannot be sold,” he said when handing over communal grants and subsidy aid for senior citizens here yesterday.

Earlier, state Land and Survey Department director Safar Untong said 19 communal grants were handed to village chiefs representing 1,136 selected household heads from 37 villages.

During the function, Musa presented subsidy aid of RM2,000 each to 10 senior citizens to cover part of the cost for the sub-division of their land by a licensed surveyor.


The following is the full list of candidates for the 222 parliamentary seats for the May 9 polls #GE14

P001 PADANG BESAR

  • BN: Zahidi Zainul Abidin
  • PH: Izizam Ibrahim
  • GS: Mokhtar Senik

P002 KANGAR

  • BN: Ramli Shariff
  • PH: Noor Amin Ahmad
  • GS: Mohamad Zahid Ibrahim

P003 ARAU

  • BN: Shahidan Kassim (BN)
  • PH: Dr Abdul Rahman (PH)
  • GS: Hashim Jasin (GS)

P004 LANGKAWI

  • BN: Nawawi Ahmad
  • PH: Dr Mahathir Mohamad (PH)
  • GS: Zubir Ahmad (GS)

P005 JERLUN

  • BN: Othman Aziz
  • PH: Mukhriz Mahathir (PH)
  • GS: Abd Ghani Ahmad (GS)

P006 KUBANG PASU

  • BN: Mohd Johari Bahrum (BN)
  • PH: Amiruddin Hamzah (PH)
  • GS: Norhafiza Fadzil (GS)

P007 PADANG TERAP

  • BN: Mahdzir Khalid (BN)
  • PH: Khairizal Khazali (PH)
  • GS: Mohd Azam Abd Aziz (GS)

P008 POKOK SENA

  • BN: Said Ali Syed Rastan (BN)
  • PH: Mahfuz Omar (PH)
  • GS: Radhi Mat Din (GS)

P009 ALOR SETAR

  • BN: Yoo Wei How
  • PH: Chan Ming Kai (PH)
  • GS: Aminur Safiq Abduh (GS)

P010 KUALA KEDAH

  • BN: Abdullah Hasnan Kamaruddin
  • PH: Dr Azman Ismail (PH)
  • GS: Muhd Riduan Othman (GS)

P011 PENDANG

  • BN: Othman Abdul (BN)
  • PH: Wan Saiful Wan Jan (PH)
  • GS: Awang Solahudin (GS)

P012 JERAI

  • BN: Jamil Khir Baharom (BN)
  • PH: Akramsyah Muammar Ubaidah Sanusi (PH)
  • GS: Mohd Sabri Azit (GS)

P013 SIK

  • BN: Mansor Abd Rahman (BN)
  • PH: Azli Uda (PH)
  • GS: Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman(GS)

P014 MERBOK

  • BN: Tajul Urus Mat Zain (BN)
  • PH: Nor Azrina Surip @ Nurin Aina Abdullah (PH)
  • GS: Ahmad Fauzi Ramli (GS)

P015 SUNGAI PETANI

  • BN: Shahanim Mohd Yusoff (BN)
  • PH: Johari Abdul (PH)
  • GS: Shahril Long (GS)

P016 BALING

  • BN: Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim (BN)
  • PH: Mohd Taufik Yaacob (PH)
  • GS: Hassan Saad (GS)

P017 PADANG SERAI

  • BN: Dr Leong Yong Kong (BN)
  • PH: Karupaiyyah Muthusamy (PH)
  • GS: Muhd Sobri Osman (GS)

P018 KULIM-BANDAR BAHARU

  • BN: Abd Aziz Syeikh Fadzir (BN)
  • PH: Saifuddin Nasution Ismail (PH)
  • GS: Abdul Raman Abdul Razak (Pas)

P019 TUMPAT

  • PH: Nordin Salleh (PH)
  • BN: Wan Johani Wan Hussin (BN)
  • GS: Che Abdullah Mat Nawi (GS)

P020 PANGKALAN CHEPA

  • PH: Mohd Ibrahim (PH)
  • BN: Zaluzi Sulaiman (BN)
  • GS: Ahmad Marzuk Shaari (PAS)

P021 KOTA BHARU

  • PH: Husam Musa (PH)
  • BN: Fikhran Hamshi Mohd Fatmi (BN)
  • GS: Takiyuddin Hassan (PAS)

P022 PASIR MAS

  • PH: Che Ujang Bin Che Daud (PH)
  • BN: Nor Azmawi Abd Rahman (BN)
  • GS: Ahmad Fadhli Shaari (PAS)
  • IND: Ibrahim Ali (IND)

P023 RANTAU PANJANG

  • PH: Dr Wan Shah Jihan Wan Din (PH)
  • BN: Abdullah Mat Yasim (BN)
  • GS: Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff (PAS)

P024 KUBANG KERIAN

  • PH: Dr Abd Halim Yusof (PH)
  • BN: Muhammad Bin Abdul Ghani (BN)
  • GS: Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man (PAS)

P025 BACHOK

  • PH: Zulkifli Zakaria (PH)
  • BN: Awang Adek Hussin (BN)
  • GS: Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat (PAS)

P026 KETEREH

  • PH: Dr Mohd Radzi Jidin (PH)
  • BN: Annuar Bin Musa (BN)
  • GS: Wan Ismail Wan Jusoh (PAS)

P027 TANAH MERAH

  • PH: Dr Muhd Fauzi Zakaria (PH)
  • BN: Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz (BN)
  • GS: Dr Johari Mat (PAS)

P028 PASIR PUTEH

  • PH: Kamaruddin Md Nor (PH)
  • BN:Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki (BN)
  • GS: Datuk Dr Nik Zawawi Zaina (PAS)

P029 MACHANG

  • PH: Sazmi Miah (PH)
  • BN: Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub (BN)
  • GS: Zulkifli Mamat (PAS)

P030 JELI

  • PH: Azran Deraman (PH)
  • BN: Mustapa Mohamed (BN)
  • GS: Mohamad Hamid (PAS)

P031 KUALA KRAI

  • PH: Dr Mohd Yazid Abdullah (PH)
  • BN: Ramzi Abd Rahman (BN)
  • GS: Abd Latiff Abd Rahman (PAS)

P032 GUA MUSANG

  • PH: Mohd Nor Hussin (PH)
  • BN: Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah (BN)
  • GS: Abdullah Hussein (PAS)

P033 BESUT

  • PH: Wan Nazari Wan Jusoh (PH)
  • BN: Idris Jusoh (BN)
  • GS: Dr Riduan Mohd Nor (PAS)

P034 SETIU

  • PH: Dr Mohd Faudzi Musa (PH)
  • BN: Mohd Jidin Shafee (BN)
  • GS: Shaharizukirnain Abd Kadir (PAS)

P035 KUALA NERUS

  • PH: Abdullah Muhamad (PH)
  • BN: Dr Tengku Asmadi Mohamad (BN)
  • PAS: Dr Khairuddin Aman Razali (PAS)

P036 KUALA TERENGGANU

  • PH: Raja Kamarul Bahrin Shah (PH)
  • BN: Wan Nawawi Wan Ismail (BN)
  • GS: Ahmad Amzad Mohd @ Hashim (PAS)

P037 MARANG

  • PH: Zarawi Sulong (PH)
  • BN: Mohd Noor Endut (BN)
  • GS: Abdul Hadi Awang (PAS)

P038 HULU TERENGGANU

  • PH: Razali Idris (PH)
  • BN: Rosol Wahid (BN)
  • GS: Muhyiddin Abd Rashid (PAS)

P039 DUNGUN

  • PH: Abd Rahman Yusof (PH)
  • BN: Din Adam (BN)
  • GS: Wan Hassan Mohd Ramli (PAS)

P040 KEMAMAN

  • PH: Mohd Huzaifah Suhaimi (PH)
  • BN: Ahmad Shabery Cheek (BN)
  • GS: Che Alias Hamid (PAS)

P041 KEPALA BATAS

  • BN: Reezal Merican Naina Merican (BN)
  • PH: Dr Zaidi Zakaria (PH)
  • GS: Siti Mastura Mohamad (GS)

P042 TASEK GELUGOR

  • BN: Shabudin Yahaya (BN)
  • PH: Marzuki Yahya (PH)
  • GS: Rizal Hafiz Ruslan (GS)
  • PSM: Azman Shah Othman (PSM)

P043 BAGAN DATUK

  • BN: Lee Beng Seng (BN)
  • PH: Lim Guan Eng (PH)
  • GS: Huan Cheng Guan (Pcm)
  • MU: Koay Xing Boon (MU)

P044 PERMATANG PAUH

  • BN: Mohd Zaidi Mohd Said (BN)
  • PH: Nurul Izzah Anwar (PH)
  • GS: Afnan Hamimi Taib Azamudden (GS)

P045 BUKIT MERTAJAM

  • BN: Gui Guat Lye (BN)
  • PH: Sim Chee Keong (PH)

P046 BATU KAWAN

  • BN: B Jayanthi Devi (BN)
  • PH: P Kasturiraani (PH)
  • GS: B Jay Kumar (GS)
  • PFP: Ooi Khar Giap (PFP)

P047 NIBONG TEBAL

  • BN: Shaik Hussein Mydin (BN)
  • PH: Mansor Othman (PH)
  • GS: Mohd Hilmi Haron (GS)
  • IND: Tan Tee Beng (IND)

P048 BUKIT BENDERA

  • BN: Andy Yong Kim Seng (BN)
  • PH: Wong Hon Wai (PH)
  • IND: Tan Gim Theam (MU)

P049 TANJONG

  • BN: Ng Siew Lai (BN)
  • PH: Chow Kon Yeow (PH)

P050 JELUTONG

  • BN: Baljit Singh (BN)
  • PH: Rsn Rayer (PH)

P051 BUKIT GELUGOR

  • BN: Low Joo Hiap (BN)
  • PH: Ramkarpal Singh (PH)
  • MU: Lai Xue Ching (MU)

P052 BAYAN BARU

  • BN: Chuah Seng Guan
  • PH: Sim Tze Tzin
  • GS: Izuree Ibrahim
  • MU: Yim Boon Leong

P053 BALIK PULAU

  • BN: Dr Hilmi Yahaya
  • PH: Muhd Bakhtiar Wan Chik
  • GS: Imran Saad

P054: GERIK

  • PH: Hasbullah Osman
  • BN: Ibrahim Mohd Hanafiah
  • GS: Mohd Dahlan Ismail

P055: LENGGONG

  • PH: Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah
  • BN: Amirul Fairuzzeen Jamaluddin
  • GS: Muhammad Mujahid Mohammad Fadzil

P056: LARUT

  • PH: Hamzah Zainudin
  • BN: Khairil Anuar Akhiruddin
  • GS: Abu Husin Mohamad

P057: PARIT BUNTAR

  • PH: Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa
  • BN: Abdul Puhat Mat Nayan
  • GS: Ahmad Azhar Sharin

P058: BAGAN SERAI

  • PH: Adam Asmuni
  • BN: Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali
  • GS: Rohaya Bakar

P059: BUKIT GANTANG

  • PH: Datuk Khadri Khalid
  • BN: Syed Abuhussin
  • GS: Idris Ahmad

P060: TAIPING

  • PH: Teh Kok Lim
  • BN: Tan Keng Liang
  • GS: Ibrahim Ismail

P061: PADANG RENGAS

  • PH:  Ejazi Yahaya
  • BN: Mohamed Nazri Abd Aziz
  • GS: Mohd Azalan Mohd Radzi

P062: SUNGAI SIPUT

  • PH: S Kesavan
  • BN: S Devamany
  • GS: Ishak Ibrahim
  • PSM: Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj

P063: TAMBUN

  • PH:  Ahmad Faizal Azumu
  • BN: Ahmad Husni Mohd Hanadzlah
  • GS: Muhd Zulkifli Mohd Zakaria

P064: IPOH TIMUR

  • PH:  Wong Kah Woh
  • BN: Kathleen Wong Mei Yin

P065: IPOH BARAT

  • PH:  M Kulasegaran
  • BN: Dr Cheng Wei Yee

P066: BATU GAJAH

  • PH:  V Sivakumar
  • BN: Leong Chee Wai
  • PSM: K Kunasekaran

P067: KUALA KANGSAR

  • PH:  Ahmad Termizi Ramli
  • BN: Mastura Mohd Yazid
  • GS: Khalil Idham Lim Abdullah

P068: BERUAS

  • PH: Ngeh Koo Ham
  • BN: Pang Chok King
  • GS:  Mohamad Nazeer M K M Hameed

P069: PARIT

  • PH: Ahmad Tarmizi Mohd Jam
  • BN: Mohd Nizar Zakaria
  • GS: Dr Najihatussalehah Ahmad

P070: KAMPAR

  • PH: Thomas Su Keong Siong
  • BN: Lee Chee Leong
  • GS: Yougan Mahalingam

P071: GOPENG

  • PH: Lee Boon Chye
  • BN: Heng Seai Kie
  • GS: Ismail Ariffin

P072: TAPAH

  • PH: Mohd Azni Mohd Ali
  • BN: M Saravanan
  • GS: Nor Azli Musa

P073: PASIR SALAK

  • PH: Salihuddin Radin Sumadi
  • BN: Tajuddin Abdul Rahman
  • GS: Zafarul Azhan Zan

P074: LUMUT

  • PH: Dr Mohd Hatta Mohd Ramli
  • BN: Dr Zambry Abd Kadir
  • GS: Mohd Zamri Ibrahim

P075: BAGAN DATUK

  • PH: Pakhrurrazi Arshad
  • BN: Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
  • GS: Abdul Munim Hasan Adli

P076: TELUK INTAN

  • PH: Nga Kor Ming
  • BN: Mah Siew Keong
  • GS: Ahmad Ramadzan Ahmad Daud

P077: TANJONG MALIM

  • PH: Teja Chang Lih Kang
  • BN: Dr Mah Hang Soon
  • GS: Mohd Tarmizi Abd Rahman

P078: Cameron Highlands

  • PH: Manogaran Marimuthu
  • BN: Sivaraajh Chandran
  • GS: Mohd Tahir Kassim
  • PSM: Suresh Kumar
  • IND: Wan Mahadir Wan Mahmud

P079: LIPIS

  • PH: Badarudin Abd Rahaman
  • BN: Abdul Rahman Mohamad
  • GS: Sobirin Duli

P080: RAUB

  • PH: Tengku Zulpuri Shah Raja Puji
  • BN:Chew Mei Fun
  • GS:Mohamed Nilam Abd Manap

P081: JERANTUT

  • PH: Wan Mohd Shahrir Abd Jalil
  • BN: Ahmad Nazlan Idris
  • GS: Yohanis Ahmad

P082: INDERA MAHKOTA

  • PH: Saifuddin Abdullah
  • BN: Johan Mat Sah
  • GS: Nasrudin Hassan

P083: KUANTAN

  • PH: Fuziah Salleh
  • BN:Andrew Wong Kean Hwee
  • GS:Sulaiman Mat Derus

P084: PAYA BESAR

  • PH:  Ashraf Mustaqim Badrul Munir
  • BN:Mohd Shahar Abdullah
  • GS: Mohd Azhar Mohd Noor

P085: PEKAN

  • PH: Zahid Md Arip
  • BN: Najib Abdul Razak
  • GS: Ahiatudin Daud
  • IND: Abd Kadir Sainudin

P086: MARAN

  • PH: Ahmad Farid Nordin
  • BN: Ismail Abd Muttalib
  • GS: Hasenan Haron

P087: KUALA KRAU

  • PH: Mohd Rafidee Hassim
  • BN: Ismail Mohd Said
  • GS: Kamal Ashaari

P088: TEMERLOH

  • PH: Anuar Tahir
  • BN: Mohd Sharkar Shamsudin
  • GS: Mohd Jusoh Darus
  • IND: Mohd Khaidir Ahmad
  • IND: Muhamad Fakhrudin Abu Hanipah

P089: BENTONG

  • PH: Wong Tack
  • BN: Liow Tiong Lai
  • GS: N Balasubramaniam

P090: BERA

  • PH: Zakaria Abd Hamid
  • BN: Ismail Sabri Yaakob
  • GS: Musanif Abd Rahman

P091: ROMPIN

  • PH: Sitarunisah Abd Kadir
  • BN: Hasan Ariffin
  • GS: Mohd Shahrul Nizam Abd Haliff

P092: SABAK BERNAM

  • PH: Kalam Salan
  • BN: Mohd Fasiah Mohd Fakeh
  • GS: Muhd Labib Abd Jalil

P093: SUNGAI BESAR

  • PH: Mohd Ashyraf Basri
  • BN: Budiman Mohd Zohdi
  • GS: Muhd Salleh Mohd Hussein

P094: HULU SELANGOR

  • PH: Leow Hsiad Hui
  • BN: P Kamalanathan
  • GS: Wan Mat Sulaiman
  • IND: S Kumar

P095: TANJONG KARANG

  • PH: Zulkafperi Hanapi
  • BN: Noh Omar
  • GS: Nor Az Azlan Ahmad

P096: KUALA SELANGOR

  • PH: Dzulkefly Ahmad
  • BN: Dr Irmohizam Ibrahim
  • GS: Muhd Rashid Muhd Kassim

P097: SELAYANG

  • PH: William Leong
  • BN: Kang Meng Fuat
  • GS: Hashim Abd Karim

P098: GOMBAK

  • PH: Mohd Azmin Ali
  • BN: Abd Rahim Pandak Kamaruddin
  • GS: Khairil Nizam Hirudin

P099: AMPANG

  • PH: Zuraidah Kamaruddin
  • BN: Leong Kim Soon
  • GS: Nurul Islam Mohd Yusoff
  • PRM: Tan Hua Meng

P100: PANDAN

  • PH: Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
  • BN: Leong Kok Wee
  • GS: Mohd Sukri Omar

P101: HULU LANGAT

  • PH: Hasanuddin Mohd Yunus
  • BN: Azman Ahmad
  • GS: Dr Che Rosli Che Mat

P102: BANGI

  • PH: Ong Kian Ming
  • BN: Liew Yuen Keong
  • GS:  Mohd Shafie Ngah
  • IND: Wan Jinn Woei

P103: PUCHONG

  • PH: Gobind Singh Deo
  • BN: Ang Chin Tat
  • GS: Mohd Rosarizan Mohd Roslan

P104: SUBANG

  • PH: Wong Chen
  • BN: Tan Seong Lim
  • GS: Mohd Shahir Mohd Adnan
  • IND: Toh Sin Wah

P105: PETALING JAYA

  • PH: Maria Chin Abdullah
  • BN: Chew Hian Tat
  • GS: Noraini Hussin

P106: DAMANSARA

  • PH: Tony Pua
  • BN: Ho Kwok Xheng
  • PRM: Wong Mun Kheong

P107: SUNGAI BULOH

  • PH: Sivarasa Rasiah
  • BN: A Prakash Rao
  • GS: Nuridah Mohd Salleh
  • PSM: Zainurrizzaman Mohram

P108: SHAH ALAM

  • PH: Khalid Abd Samad
  • BN: Azhari Saari
  • GS: Dr Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki

P109: KAPAR

  • PH: Abdullah Sani
  • BN: M Mohana
  • GS: Dr Abd Rani Osman
  • PRM: S Manikavasagam

P110: KLANG

  • PH: Charles Santiago
  • BN: Ching Eu Boon
  • GS: Khairulshah Kotapan Abdullah
  • IND: G Puvanderan

P111: KOTA RAJA

  • PH: Mohamad Sabu
  • BN: V Gunalan
  • GS: Mohd Diah Baharun

P112: KUALA LANGAT

  • PH: Dr Xavier Jayakumar
  • BN: Shahril Sufian Hamdan
  • GS: Dr Yahya Baba

P113: SEPANG

  • PH: Mohd Hanipa Maidin
  • BN: Marsum Paing
  • GS: Sabirin Marsono

P114: KEPONG

  • PH: Lim Lip Eng
  • BN: Ong Siang Liang

P115: BATU

  • BN: Dominic Lau
  • GS: Azhar Yahya
  • IND: Prabakaran Parameswaran
  • IND: V M Panjamothy

P116: WANGSA MAJU

  • PH: Dr Tan Yee Kew
  • BN: Yeow Teong Look
  • GS: Razali Tumirin

P117: SEGAMBUT

  • PH: Hannah Yeoh
  • BN: Dr Loga Bala Mohan
  • GS: Muhd Soleh Razak

P118: SETIAWANGSA

  • PH: Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad
  • BN: Zulhasnan Rafique
  • GS: Ubaid Abdul Akla

P119: TITIWANGSA

  • PH: Rina Harun
  • BN: Johari Abd Ghani
  • GS: Mohd Noor Mohd

P120: BUKIT BINTANG

  • PH: Fong Kui Lin
  • BN: Anne Tan Ean Ean
  • PFP: Khairul Husni Othman

P121: LEMBAH PANTAI

  • PH: Ahmad Fahmi Mohd Fadzil
  • BN: Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin
  • GS: Fauzi Abu Bakar

P122: SEPUTEH

  • PH: Teresa Kok Suh Sim
  • BN: Chan Quin Er

P123: CHERAS

  • PH: Tan Kok Wai
  • BN: Heng Sinn Yee

P124: BANDAR TUN RAZAK

  • PH: Kamarudin Jaafar
  • BN: Adnan Abu Seman
  • GS: Dr Rosni Adam

P125: PUTRAJAYA

  • PH: Samsu Adabi Mamat
  • BN: Tengku Adnan Mansor
  • GS: Zainal Abidin Kidam

P126: JELEBU

  • PH: Mustafar Abd Kadir
  • BN: Jalaluddin Alias
  • GS: Norman Ipin

P127: JEMPOL

  • PH: Kamarulzaman Kamdias
  • BN: Mohd Salim Sharif
  • GS: Mustaffa Daharun

P128: SEREMBAN

  • PH: Loke Siew Fook
  • BN: Chong Sin Woon
  • GS: Sharifuddin Ahmad

P129: KUALA PILAH

  • PH: Eddin Syazlee Shith
  • BN: Hasan Malek
  • GS: Rafiei Mustapha

P130: RASAH

  • PH: Cha Kee Chin
  • BN: Ng Kian Nam
  • GS: Mohd Khairil Anuar Mohd Wafa
  • PAP: A David Dass

P131: REMBAU

  • PH: Roseli Abd Ghani
  • BN: Ng Kian Nam
  • GS: Mustafa Dolah

P132: PORT DICKSON

  • PH: Rosman Jonet
  • BN: V S Mogan
  • GS: Mahfuz Roslan

P133: TAMPIN

  • PH: Hasan Baharom
  • BN: Shaziman Abu Mansor
  • GS: Abd Halim Abu Bakar

P134: MASJID TANAH

  • PH: Sabirin Ja’afar
  • BN: Wong Nai Chee
  • GS: Mohd Nasir Othman

P135: ALOR GAJAH

  • PH: Mohd Redzuan Yusof
  • BN: Mas Ermieyati Samsudin

P136: TANGGA BATU

  • PH: Rusnah Aluai
  • BN: Zali Mat Yassin
  • GS: Mohd Nazree Mohd Aris

P137: HANG TUAH JAYA

  • PH: Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akim
  • BN: Mohd Ali Rustam

P138: KOTA MELAKA

  • PH: Khoo Poay Tiong
  • BN: Choo Wei Sern

P139: JASIN

  • PH: Khairuddin Abu Hassan
  • BN: Ahmad Hamzah

P140: SEGAMAT

  • PH: R Santhara Kumar
    BN: Subramaniam Sathasivam
    GS: Khairul Faizi Ahmad Kamil

P141: SEKIJANG

  • PH: Natrah Ismail
  • BN: Ayub Rahmat

P142: LABIS

  • PH: Pang Hok Liong
  • BN: Chua Tee Yong
  • GS: Sarchu Awal

P143: PAGOH

  • PH: Muhyiddin Yasin
  • BN: Ismail Mohamed
  • GS: Ahmad Nawfal Mahfodz

P144: LEDANG

  • PH: Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh
  • BN: Hamim Samuri
  • GS: Rusman Kemin

P145: BAKRI

  • PH: Yeo Bee Yin
  • BN: Koh Chon Chai
  • GS: Mohammad Zahrul Salleh

P146: MUAR

  • PH: Syed Saddiq Syed Abd Rahman
  • BN: Razali Ibrahim
  • GS: Abdul Aziz Talib

P147: PARIT SULONG

  • PH: Anis Afida Mohd Azli
  • BN: Noraini Ahmad
  • GS: Ahmad Rosdi Bahari

P148: AYER HITAM

  • PH: Liew Chin Tong
  • BN: Wee Ka Siong
  • GS: Mardi Marwan

P149: SRI GADING

  • PH: Dr Shahruddin Md Salleh
  • BN: Abdul Aziz Kaprawi
  • GS: M Ashari Sidon

P150: BATU PAHAT

  • PH: Mohd Rashid Hasnon
  • BN: Halizah Abdullah
  • GS: Dr Mahfodz Mohamed

P151: SIMPANG RENGGAM

  • PH: Maszlee Malik
  • BN: Liang Teck Meng
  • GS: Mohd Jubri Selamat

P152: KLUANG

  • PH: Wong Shu Qi
  • BN: Gan Peng Siew
  • GS: Muhammad Hasbullah Md Najib

P153: SEMBRONG

  • PH: Onn Abu Bakar
  • BN: Hishammuddin Hussein

P154: MERSING

  • PH: Nasir Hashim
  • BN: Abdul Latiff Ahmad
  • GS: A Rahman A Hamid

P155: TENGGARA

  • PH: Norjepri Mohamed Jelani
  • BN: Adham Baba
  • GS: Yuhanita Yunan

P156: KOTA TINGGI

  • PH: Azlinda Abd Latif
  • BN: Halimah Sadique

P157: PENGERANG

  • PH: Norliza Ngadiman
  • BN: Azalina Othman Said

P158: TEBRAU

  • PH: Choong Shiau Yoon
  • BN: Hou Kok  Chung
  • GS: Abdullah Husin

P159: PASIR GUDANG

  • PH: Hassan Abdul Karim
  • BN: Mohd Khaled Nordin
  • GS: Ab Aziz Abdullah

P160: JOHOR BAHRU

  • PH: Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir
  • BN: Shahrir Samad

P161: PULAI

  • PH: Salahuddin Ayub
  • BN: Jazlan Mohamed
  • GS: Dr Mohd Mazri Yahya

P162: ISKANDAR PUTERI

  • PH: Lim Kit Siang
  • BN: Jason Teoh Sew Hock

P163: KULAI

  • PH: Teo Nie Ching
  • BN: Tang Nai Soon
  • GS: Juwahir Amin

P164: PONTIAN

  • PH: Karmaine Sardini
  • BN: Ahmad Maslan
  • GS: Dr Baharom Mohamad

P165: TANJUNG PIAI

  • PH: Dr Md Farid Md Rafik
  • BN: Wee Jeck Seng
  • GS: Nordin Othman

P166: LABUAN

  • WARISAN: Noor Halim Zaini
  • BN: Rozman Isli
  • GS: Ahmad Junid @ Jinit Mohd Alias
  • PHR: Siti Zaleha S W Ibrahim

P167: KUDAT

  • WARISAN: Sharif Azman Sharif Along
  • BN: Abdul Rahim Bakri
  • PPRS: Mohd Ashraf Chin Abdullah

P168: KOTA MARUDU

  • WARISAN: Barlus Manggabis
  • BN: Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili
  • PHR: Datuk Maijol Mahap
  • PCS: Paul Porodong

P169: KOTA BELUD

  • WARISAN: Munirah Majlis
  • BN: Dr Mohd Salleh Said Keruak
  • GS: Laiman Ikin
  • PHR: Miasan@Aimaduddin Mion

P170: TUARAN

  • PKR: Chrisnadia Sinam
  • BN: Wilfred Madius Tangau
  • GS: Mohd Aminuddin Aling
  • PHR: Syra Peter@P Gom
  • PCS: Datuk Kalakau Untol

P171: SEPANGGAR

  • WARISAN: Mohd Azis Jamman
  • BN: Abd Rahman Dahlan
  • SAPP: Jeffrey Kumin

P172: KOTA KINABALU

  • DAP: Chan Foong Hin
  • BN: Joseph Lee Han Kyun
  • SAPP: YONG TECK LEE

P173: PUTATAN

  • PKR: AWANG HUSAINI SAHARI
  • BN: DR MARCUS MOJIGOH
  • GS: ZULZAIM HILMEE ABIDIN
  • PHR: JIVOL@EDMUND DOUDILIM
  • ANAK NEGERI: MIL KUSIN ABDILLAH

P174: PENAMPANG

  • WARISAN: Ignatius Darell Leiking
  • BN: Caesar Mandela Malakun
  • STAR: Cleftus Stephen Spine
  • ANAK NEGERI: Edwin Bosi

P175: PAPAR

  • WARISAN: Ahmad Hassan
  • BN: Rosnah Abd Rashid Shirlin
  • STAR: Jamil William Core

P176: KIMANIS

  • WARISAN: Datuk Karim Bujang
  • BN: Anifah Aman
  • PHR: Jaafar Ismail

P177: BEAUFORT

  • PKR: Johan @ Christopher Ot Ghani
  • BN: Azizah Mohd Dun Umno
  • PHR: Lajim Ukin

P178: SIPITANG

  • WARISAN: Noor Hayati Mustapha
  • BN: Yamani Hafiz Musa
  • PHR: Dayang Aezzy Liman

P179: RANAU

  • PKR: Jonathan Yasin
  • BN: Dr Ewon Ebin
  • STAR: Soudi @ Sami Andang
  • PCS: Andau Yasun

P180: KENINGAU

  • WARISAN: Jake Nointin
  • BN: Joseph Pairin Kitingan
  • STAR: Dr Jeffrey Kitingan
  • PCS: Jius Awang

P181: TENOM

  • DAP: Norita Sual
  • BN: Rubin Balang
  • PHR: Laimoi @ Yuslinah Laikim

P182: PENSIANGAN

  • PKR: Raymond Ahuar
  • PBRS: Arthur Joseph Kurup
  • STAR: Joh Jimmy
  • PCS: Maidin Atak
  • IND: Engah Sintan

P183: BELURAN

  • WARISAN: Jaafar Zairun
  • BN: Ronald Kiandee
  • PHR: Sipin Kadandi
  • PERPADUAN: Toidy Luit

P184: LIBARAN

  • WARISAN: Irwanshah Mustapha
  • BN: Zakaria Bin Haji Mohd Edris @ Tubau
  • PHRS: Afian Mansyur

P185: BATU SAPI

  • WARISAN: Liew Vui Keong
  • BN: Linda Tsen Thau Lin
  • GS: Norsah Bongsu
  • AMANAH: Hamza Abdullah

P186: SANDAKAN

  • DAP: Wong Tien Fatt
  • BN: Lim Ming Ho

P187: KINABANTANGAN

  • WARISAN: Ghazali Abdul Ghani
  • BN: Bung Moktar Radin
  • PHR: Mustapa Datu Tambuyong

P188: SILAM

  • WARISAN: Mohammad Din Ketapi
  • BN: Datu Nasrun Bin Datu Mansur
  • GS: Ramli Pataruddin
  • PHR: Siti Shazianti Ajak

P189: SEMPORNA

  • WARISAN: Shafie Apdal
  • BN: Haji Ramlee Marahaban
  • GS: Abdul Nasir Ab Raup
  • PHR: Asmara Asmad

P190: TAWAU

  • PKR: Christina Liew Chin Jin
  • BN: Dr Mary Yap Kain Ching
  • GS: Mohd Husain
  • PHR: Alizaman Jijurahman

P191: KALABAKAN

  • WARISAN: Ma’mun Sulaiman
  • BN: Haji Abdul Ghapur Salleh
  • GS: Norbin Aloh
  • PPRS: Ahmad Lahama

P192: MAS GADING

  • DAP: Madi Bimol
  • BN: Nogeh Anak Gumbek

P193: SANTUBONG

  • AMANAH: Mohamad Fidzuan Zaidi
  • BN: Wan Junaidi Bintuanku Jaafar

P194: PETRA JAYA

  • PKR: Nor Irwan Ahmat Nor
  • BN: Fadillah Bin Yusof
  • GS: Hamdan Sani

P195: BANDAR KUCHING

  • DAP: Dr Kelvin Yii
  • BN: Kho Teck Wan

P196: STAMPIN

  • DAP: Chong Chieng Jen
  • BN: Sim Kui Hian

P197: KOTA SAMARAHAN

  • AMANAH: Sopian Julaihi
  • BN: Rubiah Wang
  • GS: Zulkipli Ramzi

P198: PUNCAK BORNEO

  • PKR: Willie Mongin
  • BN: Genot Anak Sinel @ Jeannoth Sinel
  • STAR: Buln Anak Patrick Ribos

P199: SERIAN

  • DAP: Edward Andrew Luwak
  • BN: Richard Riot Anak Jaem
  • IND: Senior Anak William Rade

P200: BATANG SADONG

  • AMANAH: Othman Mustapha @ Mos
  • BN: Nancy Binti Shukri
  • GS: Asan Singkro

P201: BATANG LUPAR

  • AMANAH: Narudin Mentali
  • BN: Rohani Binti Abdul Karim
  • GS: Wan Abdillah Wan Ahmad

P202: SRI AMAN

  • PKR: Norina Utot
  • BN: Masir Anak Kujat
  • PBDSB: Cobbold Anak Lusoi Pbdsb

P203: LUBOK ANTU

  • PKR: Nicholas Bawin
  • PRS: Robert Pasang Anak Alam
  • IND: Jugah Anak Muyang

P204: BETONG

  • PKR: Noel Bucking
  • BN: Robert Lawson Chuat
  • IND: Abang Ahmad Abang Suni

P205: SARATOK

  • PKR: Ali Biju
  • BN: Subeng Mulia

P206: TANJONG MANIS

  • AMANAH: Mohd Fadillah Sabali
  • BN: Yusuf Bin Abd Wahab

P207: IGAN

  • AMANAH: Andri Zulkarnaen Hamdan
  • BN: Ahmad Johnie Bin Zawawi

P208: SARIKEI

  • DAP: Wong Lin Biu
  • BN: Huang Tiong Sii
  • PBK: Wong Chin King

P209: JULAU

  • BN: Joseph Salang Anak Gandum
  • IND: Larry Soon Wei Shien

P210: KANOWIT

  • AMANAH: Satu Anchom
  • BN: Aaron Ago Dagang

P211: LANANG

  • DAP: Alice Lau
  • BN: Kong Sien Chiu @ Kelvin Kong
  • PEACE: Priscilla Lau

P212: SIBU

  • DAP: Oscar Ling
  • BN: Wong Kee Yew@Andrew Wong
  • PEACE: Tiew Yew Huong
  • STAR: Tiong Ing Tung

P213: MUKAH

  • PKR: Abdul Jalil Bujang
  • BN: Hanifah Hajar Taib

P214: SELANGAU

  • PKR: Baru Bian
  • BN: Rita Sarimah Anak Patick Insol

P215: KAPIT

  • DAP: Paren Nyaw
  • BN: Alexander Nanta Linggi

P216: HULU RAJANG

  • PKR: Abun Sui Anyit
  • BN: Ugak Anak Kumbong@Wilson Ugak

P217: BINTULU

  • DAP: Tony Chan Yew Chiew
  • BN: Tiong King Sing
  • STAR: Chieng Lea Phing

P218: SIBUTI

  • PKR: Jemat Panjang
  • BN: Lukanisman Bin Awang Sauni
  • GS: Zulaihi Bakar

P219: MIRI

  • PKR: Dr Michael Teo
  • BN: Sebastian Ting Chiew Yew

P220: BARAM

  • PKR: Roland Egan
  • BN: Anyi Ngau

P221: LIMBANG:

  • PKR: Dr Ricardo Baba
  • BN: Hasbi Bin Habibollah

P222: LAWAS

  • PKR: Danny Piri
  • BN: Henry Sum Agong
  • IND: Mohamad Brahim

 


It’s the grand dance of democracy in Sabah, state and parliament elections are due in less than 30 days. I am in the midst of massive electoral environment in the state. As a strategist & analyst, I can foresee a clear & spectacular win for BN Sabah all over again. Tan Sri Musa Aman is all set to win 50+ state seats to form the government for the 15th year in succession. An unprecedented win for any state leader, anywhere in Malaysia.

What is quite startling for me as an analyst is almost zero anti-incumbency for an incumbent government, even after being 15 years as Chief Minister since 2003. It’s very rare scene in the contemporary political ecosystem. The credit certainly must be given to the Chief Minister of Sabah Tan Sri Musa Aman. He deserves it the most. It’s evident from my random interactions with common people cut across many sections, that there is a great respect for Musa Aman.

I see a visible glee in the faces of people, when they speak about their leader who they consider their very own. It’s amazing that an elected leader of a state can find a place in the hearts and minds of people for such a long duration, in the days where the anti-incumbency seems an ‘every 5 year affair’ across the country and ‘loyalty’ is almost a misnomer.

Despite all the media stories on GST negative impact on trader community and Shafie Apdal’s anti Musa crusade leading to a possible nail biting finish in Sabah, the ground reality looks quite different. Shafie Apdal including all the other bickering opposition parties seems to have lost the battle against Musa Aman even before they waged it, with Shafie’s organization split vertically with his politically naïve move to partner with Dr Mahathir and not working with local opposition, just ahead of elections. If a leader has initiated a movement for an objective, how can he surrender without any clear and executable assurance to a political party and become Tun Dr Mahathir’s puppet? Is the question being posed by many Sabahans. There is a growing trust deficit in his followers over his recent political moves.

GST woes are temporary & they are symptomatic teething problems of the largest indirect tax reform enforced by a reformist Prime Minister. It did pinch the massive unorganized sector & small traders across the state, they surely were angry. However, when the rational thinking kicked in preparation for casting their vote, they seem to have clearly understood the odds and outcomes of voting against the government.

Many traders still have the memories of kidnappings and Abu Sayaff , but since 2017 no kidnappings in the Eastern Sabah security Zone (Esszone) which covers 1400 km of the east coast from Kudat to Tawau. Hence, tourist arrival was all time high at 3.5 million and nearly RM7.25 billion was spent in Sabah. Traders are laughing all the way to the banks. They are not willing to lose the peace and tranquility they enjoy currently in the business ecosystem of the state for temporary pinch point like GST. Traders I spoke to are reconciling and seem to have realized that GST is an irreversible tax reform and they need to get to terms with it & move on & move on they have. After its introduction since 2015, it’s slowly but surely dawning onto them that GST is for the larger good of the nation and to boost the economic activity, which will impact them positively in future.

They also understand their businesses now get many financial and funding benefits for being registered and tax paying. They seem to understand voting for the opposition would destroy the peaceful business environment which currently exist across the state, with highly capable law and order machinery under the BN rule. They are not willing to forgo this peace and tranquility in the state at any cost.

Many openly stated that the law and order is so exemplary in the state that young women in their families have nothing to fear going out even in the middle of the night. Sabahans have no major issue with BN government. Few sections of the community which supported the opposition are reviewing their decision. The unprecedented growth rate of over 6.1% which was is the highest in Malaysia has positively impacted Sabahans more than anyone else. The rapid growth of urban trade & ecotourism business across the state also has positively impacted this close-knit community leading to massive wealth and employment creation.

The emotional surge of Sabahans for restoring Sabah rights in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 and the significant progress made by Sabah State government with the Federal Government has made many opposition sections support Musa; however, in retrospect all these sections seem to be realizing the danger of having a weak government in the state under an Opposition, and its colossal damage to their community and the entire state.  The word opposition seems to only bring back bad memories to the people of Sabah.  I am quite surprised at the contempt most people I spoke to, have shown to this Shafie’s Party Warisan.. They don’t even imagine Sabah to be ever ruled by opposition again, such is the gross distaste for opposition parties in the state.

Musa Aman in his more than a decade rule, to be exact 15 years, has made historic progress in the state and it has impacted the lives of every single individual and every section of population. He did not make empty promises, declare popular welfare schemes or doled out freebies. He has bettered the living standards of common people by investing massively into rural and urban infrastructure, delivered transparent and good governance with easy and undeterred access to the citizens. He has increased Per Capita GDP from RM11,000 to RM20,000, he has increased household income from RM3,745 to RM4,1100, he has reduced hardcore poor from 25 per cent to 5 per cent from 2005 to 2016.

He has ensured the bare civic and economic necessities like drinking and irrigation water, electricity to households, homes and industries, public transport and public finance are delivered at the lowest cost ever. His vision has turned Sabah into a model economy which thrives with large scale enterprise and vibrant inclusive growth.

It might sound like I wrote a eulogy for Musa Aman, but this is the first-hand feedback and dispassionate inputs from the regular people on the streets. Everyone in the state seem to acknowledge and realise that quantifiable development has occurred under Musa Aman regime and the BN Sabah rule. Above that, they are also fully aware of every aspect of where this progress has been made in comparison with erstwhile opposition rule.

Most of those I spoke to, speak of opposition misgovernance and lack of competence to run a state like Sabah, as if they had ruled the state in the last term. Such are the memories from opposition rule. Musa Aman’s master political strategy also ensured that Sabahans never forget the disastrous rule during opposition time. BN Sabah not just communicates the successful governance delivery of its government, it also seems to ensure opposition model of misgovernance remains constantly in the minds of voters.

Opposition stands no chance in Sabah. As I see, it will lose the election with very huge margin and end up losing more than 20 per cent of its existing assembly seats. The electoral outcomes of Sabah will be a death-knell to Shafie Apdal and the all the other opposition parties. Sabah election results will destroy all and any possibility of Party Warisan rising in the near future.

There’s simply no escape from accountability this time around for Shafie Apdal and the combine opposition. BN Sabah win will be a decisive one. It will once again prove that in a democracy, if a party can deliver on its promises to its people and sincerely serve them to impact their everyday lives positively, the voters will ensure repeat victories.  Musa Aman will set an unprecedented national record for being the only leader from Borneo State to be reelected 4 times in a row , for UMNO, since 2003. In my field level electoral analysis, I foresee BN Sabah winning about 50 state seats.

NB: Today 8/4/2018, this piece came out in the Daily Express Sabah


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