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One thing I want to say about the political outcome is that although it is a backdoor government, it may be bad for the Peninsular Malaysia but very good for Sabah.

At last the illegal immigrant problem in Sabah will be tackled effectively because it was during Dr Mahathir’s time that the illegals problem worsened as Mykads were issued to hundreds of thousands of illegals to bring down the Christian-led PBS government.

Suddenly Sabah had the largest UMNO members after Johor. When this too failed to bring down the PBS Sabah state government because PBS managed to obtain a simple majority of 25 seats in the then 48 seats Sabah State Assembly in the 1994 elections, and PBS president Joseph Pairin Kitingan sworn in as chief minister of Sabah, however, as a result of defections of PBS assemblymen to the Barisan National, Pairin was forced to resign on 17 March 1994. PBS was left with 5 seats. PBS after 1994 was split into PBRS, AKAR, SAPP and PDS.

So it was UMNO bought over PBS Assemblymen to form Malaysia’s FIRST backdoor government in 1994.

Before that Dr Mahathir removed the Anti-hopping Law because it forbade the elected representatives jumping over to the other side for monetary gains and millions were said to have changed hands. Dr Mahathir defended the removal of Anti-hopping Law saying it was against the freedom of association right of the assemblyman, regardless of the rakyat who voted for the assemblyman.

So when this was happening to Sabah nobody in Peninsular said anything. Why be angry now that a backdoor government was formed at the federal level? And why is Dr Mahathir so afraid that the states including his Kedah will fall due to defections to Muafakat Nasional/Perikatan Nasional?

Dr Mahathir the doctor is getting a taste of his own medicine.


The question is not just whether it is legally right because even legally it is highly questionable.

Just because the 3 Appeal Court Judges accepted the Preliminary Objection (PO) does not mean they are right. Simply because, according to the lawyer on the other side, they were not given a chance to explain why it is illegal for a Chief Minister to be dismissed by the TYT within 48 hours of appointing him, when the Constitution states that only the Assembly can unseat a CM by Vote of Confidence.

As the Federal Constitution now stands, the Agong cannot arbitrarily dismiss the PM. Neither can any Menteri Besar be dismissed by the respective Sultans without undergoing the due process as laid out in their respective Constitution.

In the case of Sabah, following the May 9th GE14 and almost 48 hours after the election results were announced, and despite the eventual winner who had 29 seats and commanded a simple majority, with and addition of 2 more seats, had the rug pulled out from under his feet despite having been sworn in.

After unexplained lengthy delay, a swearing-in was promised at 8pm, until 11pm Musa was kept waiting to be sworn in. Almost 24 hours after results were announced, and that within 10 hours the next day he was asked to return the Appointment Letter. This lead many people to believe that horsetrading was going on. Which was confirmed when Upko Assemblymen frogged to Warisan side. At the time of the appointment of the CM this was not the case and he was sworn-in, so why did he have to lose his job after being sworn-in? With the new victors, resorting to Statutory Declaration (SD) rather than people’s vote, which is more important.

Similarly, the Prime Minister was made to wait several hours by the previous Agong after PH victory and that he too complained loudly that this should not have happened as people have spoken. In his case, the previous Agong apparently was abroad.

So, if this was unacceptable to the PM, what happened on the 9th May 2018 be acceptable to Sabahans? Fortunately, in the case of the PM, no Pakatan members frogged-over to BN to deny Dr Mahathir and Pakatan Harapan a victory. Perhaps it was due to the margin of seats being wide unlike in the Sabah case. Nevertheless, an unacceptable delay was allowed to happen with the PM being appointed but in Sabah a CM was also being constitutionally appointed. But yet, losing it due to horsetrading, never-mind the constitution, a Law Expert even joked in a seminar in Kota Kinabalu that Sabah politicians can win a medal for frog politics or something like that.

Its a pity that the Appeal Court Judges accepted the PO to deny the aggrieved in court.

The Counsel for the other side claimed on the grounds that any outcome is academic and he  based it on two main arguments :

1) even if Musa succeeded with his appeal there will be no consequence/outcome because Musa can never satisfy the threshold of Article 6 (3) of the Sabah Constitution which expressly states that the TYT appoints a member of the Assembly to be CM who has the command of the confidence of the majority of the members of the Assembly.

2) even if the Assembly is summoned, with the support of only eight out 60 assemblymen factually and mathematically Musa can never win a vote of confidence for himself or a vote against Shafie and unseat him.

Douglas Lind’s contention the case is academic.

However the larger question is not whether the successor commends the majority in the house the present moment, but whether it was Constitutionally correct to ask back from the CM, the letter of appointment. Just because subsequent to the appointment a bunch of politicians leapfrogged. Hence it is a question of whether it was legally right as well as morally right. From my understanding of the Constitution it was both legally and morally wrong and  I remain to be convinced.

My point is that the PM complained about having to wait long before being sworn-in following the GE14 results. In Sabah, a delay also happened in swearing in the CM but with different consequences.

Imagine if the PM was asked by the Agong to return the appointment letter just because some Pakatan Harapan winners decided to frog over to Barisan Nasional?

Would it then be a case of asking the PM to resign and not sacked?

The larger issue is also, does not what happened in Sabah raise the question, if unchallenged in the Federal Court, that to ordinary people like me, the TYT is the only head of state that can decide whether a CM that he had just constitutionally appointed can be dismissed by him within hours of doing so without going through the State Assembly, which is the rightful place to determine this.

By the same reasoning, does it not seem that the Sabah TYT may be seen to have powers that even the Agong and Sultans do not? I stand to be corrected?

Courts should have looked at whether a Sabah TYT enjoys greater powers than the Agong and Sultans in appointing the head of government and to help rectify if indeed this is the case now.

Because this problem is not addressed and peculiar to Sabah, this tendency of a Sabah TYT to delay appointing a CM has created crises on 3 occasions.

In 1985, 1994 n 2018.

Peoples voices not recognised in this 3 instances of Sabah’s political history – 1985, 1994 and 2018. In all 3 instances, the decisions took a different turn and the government was formed by frogging and other means.

In 1985, Party Bersatu Sabah (PBS) won the Sabah State election with a simple majority of 25 seats. However, PBS was not allowed to form the Sabah State Government by the Istana.

Joseph Pairin Kitingan was kept waiting for more then a day while power grab was underway in the wee hours of the morning. In which, USNO’s 16 seats collaborated with Berjaya’s 6 seats and the Sabah State Government was formed before the sun rose.

The schemers of this plan decided they can still form the government by laying claim to the 6 nominated state seat. The then Prime Minister Dr Mahathir was in Scandinavia and his deputy Musa Hitam had ordered the plotters to give up. Joseph Pairin Kitingan was then only sworn in as Chief Minister after almost 48 hours.

In 1994, something similar happened again with Pairin Kitingan and PBS as victims. This time, Pairin also won with a simple majority of 25 seats despite massive frogging by his assemblymen to government side due to the scrapping of the Anti-Hopping Law (The Barisan Nasional government challenged the Anti-Hop Law that was introduced in 1987 by the then PBS State Government in court and had it scrapped).

This time Pairin had to camp for 3 nights outside the Istana as the then TYT claimed he was too sick to open the Istana gates for Pairin to be sworn in. By the time the Istana gates were opened Pairin had already lost many of his Assemblymen and a new Chief Minister was sworn in after about a month. This eventually led to the downfall of the PBS State Government as the PBS election winners had joined Barisan Nasional parties.

In 2018, it happened again following GE14. But this time there was a major difference. While in 1985 and 1994 Pairin was not able to be sworn in instantly after the election results, this time, Musa Aman was already appointed Chief Minister after an unexplained delay of about 48 hours. And despite being sworn in with his Cabinet members, Musa Aman still lost his government to frogging.

This time the Upko boys did the frogging probably on the orders and advise of Tan Sri Bernard Dompok and despite pledging that as KDMs they will stick together and decide as a bloc and only leave the BN after consensus among themselves. Five assemblymen from Upko and one MP left BN to throw their support behind Warisan and Pakatan Harapan, a day after the general election.

Their action caused the collapse of the BN government led by former chief minister Musa Aman whose cabinet, which included two Upko assemblymen, had been sworn in less than 12 hours before.

I was there on that night of May 9th in Sri Gaya when Tangau came out and answered a phone call apparently from Dompok asking him to go to Shafie’s house in Luyang. Tangau disappeared from Sri Gaya after this phone call and headed straight to see Shafie in his house, alone, leaving all his UPKO boys with Musa Aman in Sri Gaya. Upko then switched allegiance to the Warisan-Pakatan Harapan pact a day after the election.

For how long more must Sabah continue to be the only state where the Assemblymen decides who is to form the government by becoming political frogs and not by the people who voted them?

In the end the CM is appointed through political frogs producing statutory declarations  (SD) instead of the peoples wish being respected.

 

This piece also came out in MALAYSIA TODAY. SEE HERE!!


Besides the economy, Sabah and democracy are themselves undergoing a stress-test.

It is commonly understood that the most acceptable marker of economic growth of a state is its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Economists, who rarely agree with each other, acquiesce with this economic measure; that is a considerable achievement by itself.

However, since CM Shafie Apdal took charge of Sabah on May 12, 2018, after the defections of Upko assemblymen who after winning their five seats on the BN symbol, flags and manifesto led to the loss of Musa’s majority. Ever since then, Sabah’s GDP has become a subject of controversial discussions, especially since it accompanied several grotesque claims of government achievements that appeared questionable.

While the Opposition decried the GDP chest-thumping roar as akin to cockamamie, the Shafie Government gloated on its spectacular accomplishment, its spokespersons hyperventilating on TV screens and social media.

Something is clearly amiss. Many think Sabah’s data under Shafie is not just cooked but barbecued.

I try to unravel this intriguing conundrum, in brief, by addressing questions that crop up with predictable regularity.

What was the GDP inherited by the present Shafie’s Government from the former Musa’s Government?

It was 8 per cent – healthy, strong and recovering robustly.

But, Shafie and his Warisan coalition through their massive propaganda machine spread the canard of apocalyptic doom that “Sabah was on the verge of a collapse”, as fearmongering and manufacturing anxiety suits. In May last year, Chief Minister Shafie Apdal claimed that Sabah was in financial difficulty and the previous Musa administration did not leave RM4 billion reserve as claimed. Shafie, who is also Sabah’s finance minister, insisted that the state’s reserves were in the negative.

Since then, however, the auditor-general’s report for 2017 has indicated otherwise, leading the state’s Opposition to dispute Shafie’s claim.

After confusion and controversy over Sabah’s financial health, state treasurer Rusdin Riman said that the state grew its reserves by over RM4 billion last year-2017.

What about the claim by Shafie that his government is responsible for the miraculous turnaround to make Sabah the fastest growing economy?

It is an absurd proposition that even a kindergarten child will debunk. How can a economy make such a dramatic turnaround within 15 months, one which was being disingenuously trashed by Shafie as a failure just a few months earlier?

The truth is that Sabah moved into the global financial arena taking giant footsteps under the 15-year period of then CM Musa Aman.

Many have called it the golden period of Sabah’s economy, as for the first time ever, we witnessed a 10-year average GDP growth rate of 7.7 per cent and lifted a million people above the poverty line, reflecting the successful model of inclusive growth.

In successive years, between 2003 to 2018 April, Musa’s government reached growth rates of 8 per cent, hitherto deemed unreachable, almost reaching double digit growth levels.

In short, Sabah was much better under Musa than under Shafie now. How do you compare the Musa’s GDP performance over that of Shafie?

There is no comparison whatsoever; GDP went up by over 300 per cent during the 15 years of Musa government. The Musa government performed extraordinarily better compared to the anaemic, almost lackadaisical numbers of Warisan-Upko-PH government.

In fact, Shafie’s government had a great opportunity to build on a strong inheritance from the previous Musa’s government, but wasted a burgeoning growth momentum.

One must remember that the Musa’s government succeeded despite facing Malaysia’s worst economic crisis, recession of 2007-08, low oil prices, drop in timber royalty due to export ban and running a difficult coalition government, and facing repeated sabotage by Shafie at the Federal level and a very difficult Vice President of Umno to deal with.

Why is the ground reality so different from the headlines and the hype?

Under Shafie, what you see is not what you get; there is selective cherry-picking, exaggerated claims, new methodologies adopted to make a sheep look like a lion, and in many cases, data that inspires grave apprehensions about their authenticity. Shafie indulges in a lot of puffery.

Thus, we have this atrocious contradiction where Shafie claims that Sabah is a growing economy, but the farmers are crying under severe rural distress, joblessness, private investments, exports, aggregate private expenditure are all looking dismal.

It hardly needs further assertion that the rural economy, in particular, has crippled small businesses. Lucky for Shafie, there is tourism, thanks to previous Musa’s government for laying the groundwork and logistics.

The damage is still being undone.

Is GDP the only macro-indicator of the health of the economy?

No, it is not, it is just the easiest one. The true health of Sabah is determined through a more detailed biopsy of economic and social indicators, mostly job creation, per capita income, export performance, gross fixed capital formation, reduction in poverty levels, per capita expenditure allocations to health and education.

On all these factors, Shafie has slipped by having both feet on a banana peel. We must not forget that the relevant index for Sabah is Human Development Index. The fact that we have seen an alarming dip in Poverty Index, or the Gender Disparity Index should tell us that this government has merely indulged in headline-hunting, rhetorical speeches, statistical manipulation and massive publicity blitzkrieg.

Besides the economy, Sabah and democracy are themselves undergoing a stress-test due the presence of huge number of illegals immigrants with fake IDs.

About time. Governance in a democracy is like a fishbowl, everyone must know the truth. But under Shafie opacity rules, or as Salman Rushdie would say, there is a lot of chutnification going on. But truth does ultimately win.


In 2014, Rubber Industry Smallholders Development Authority (Risda) had entered into an agreement to purchase two parcels of 6,000 acres of land in the Tongod district.

It was Risda’s MR155 million oil palm land purchase deal in Sabah.

Risda, under the Rural and Regional Development Ministry, had appointed a Sabah based legal firm to handle the purchase of land in Tongod.

Risda made a down payment of 10 per cent deposit amounting to RM15.5 million on signing the Sales and Purchase Agreement with the legal firm Micheal Ubu & Co.

The deal was eventually aborted as it involved Native Customary Land. The RM15.5 million or 10 per cent deposit held by the Sabah-based legal firm, acting as trustee, was not returned to Risda.

The lawyer involved, Michael Persius Ubu, has been sought by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and Bukit Aman Commercial Crimes Investigation Department (CCID) since. Ubu, 62, failed to show up at the MACC office despite being summoned along with Warisan vice-president Peter Anthony last year.

Ubu’s whereabouts are unknown but many believe Micheal Ubu is in Kalimantan.

Ubu has been struck of the Rolls and can no longer practice legally.

 

Micheal Ubu’s disappearance if anything is a big mystery.

Two possibilities might have taken place.

Either he went into hiding on his own accord for reasons known to him OR he was asked to go into hiding with assurances that he would never be prosecuted for his involvement in any wrong doing if any. I believe it must have been the latter that prompted his disappearance.

If there are wrong doings in that RISDA deal it must have been known to Ubu and Warisan president Shafie Apdal, who was the Minister of Rural and Regional Development that oversaw Risda at the time.

And if Shafie is aware, anything that comes out from the Ubu’s mouth will implicate Shafie, no?

Micheal Ubu probably holds the many secrets and answers to what really transpired. And probably Shafie’s life line in holding office as Chief Minister of Sabah?

But then again it depends very much on how Dr Mahathir wants to deal with Shafie.

Besides that, as it is, rubber smallholders are suffering because of poor yield and they are grappling with a gamut of perennial issues, and here we have a RM155 million land deal meant for the development of rubber smallholders is being swindled.

Hopefully our newly minted Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Latheefa Koya would make the effort to track down Micheal Ubu and make that a top priority.

And then, the Court of Appeal is also slated to hear pretty soon Musa Aman’s appeal against the High Court’s decision to reject his bid to declare him as the rightful Sabah chief minister. The dates not fixed yet for the hearing but court officials say it could be early November this year. 15 months has passed after May 9th GE14, but, still uncertainty remains over the issue of who the rightful Sabah chief minister is despite High Court ruling in favour of Shafie Apdal last November 2018.

Musa a fine man was sworn in on May 10 after claiming a simple majority of 31 seats in the 60-member assembly, lost his majority a day later and Shafie took the oath of office on May 12.

The appointment of two chief ministers in the space of 36 hours has seen varied legal opinions expressed about Sabah’s constitutional provisions for the Head of State to remove a chief minister who had lost his majority. This has to be settled by the courts once and for all, and Im very certain Musa Aman will take it to the highest court The Federal Court for a decision.

Dr Mahathir does not like uncertainty.

Dr Mahathir’s grand design is known less to people around him but base on the information that I gather it is very likely that Anwar Ibrahim would become Prime Minister taking over from Dr Mahathir. Dr Mahathir knows very well after him only Anwar can hold the Malays together and Anwar has the mass support.

UMNO would be sacrificed, Najib, Zahid and Ku Nan would eventually have their political career ended in Sungai Buloh.

Azmin Ali, Mukriz Mahathir, Khairy Jamaluddin, Nurul Izah and Syed Saddiq would be groomed as Malay leaders. Azmin Ali is tainted now because of the gay sex video, so one down.

Dr Mahathir’s PPBM would be the next biggest and most influential party for the Malays.

I also hear Dr Mahathir had instructed Wathya Moorthy to leave Hindraf and form NAP ( National Action Party ) to house the Indian voters and to represent the Indian community. In 67 Parliament seats in Malaya, Indians decide.

DAP is the most stable and progressive party in the Pakatan Harapan. Lim Kit Siang was wise not to put his face on the front line after the PH’s GE14 victory. Kit Siang knows that the only thing that stands between the DAP and the Malay fury is Anwar Ibrahim.

Now coming back to Sabah, guess to whom the abandoned Star City Mall in Kota Kinabalu goes to? It goes to a RM2 Sdn Bhd controlled by Datuk Seri Tiong, the MP for Bintulu. Tiong’s company Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd milked Port Klang Free trade Zone in billions. Tiong is Shafie’s best buddy from yesteryear’s.

Then we have Micheal Chin who used to operate massage parlours in nightspots in Labuan. A whooping RM165 million water distribution contract had been given to him. I hope its not true, but If this is true, how can the Warisan State Government give a water distribution contract worth hundreds of million to someone who is in the recreation business? Is it because Micheal Chin and Peter Anthony where in the nightspot business before?

Strange things happening in Kota Kinabalu, even a Penang Chinaman who came looking for a job in Sabah 20 years ago was nominated as a Nominated State Assemblyman in the Sabah State Assembly. Another loss for Sabahans because the 6 nominated seats was only meant for minorities in Sabah, not someone from outside. See below..

Judging from all these there is a strong likelihood that Dr Mahathir wants Sabah Bersatu Chief Mohd Hajiji Noor to replace Shafie Apdal as Chief Minister of Sabah. It is looking like that. Shafie would be brought back to the Federal probably taking over from Azmin Ali as Federal Minister. I believe this is in the pipeline. Azmin Ali would be asked to go on leave soon.

Lets see what happens after Hari Raya Haji 2019 Aidiladha!


These are indeed interesting times for politics in Sabah and for Upko, in particular.

Now that all the PPBM assemblymen who once sat in the opposition bench are seated on the Government side means bad news for the opposition as well as for Upko.

So what is this bad news for Upko? The answer is simple.

They are no longer essential or important to the Warisan Government, not with so few YBs in their midst.

Recently they lost Datuk Bobby Suan to PPBM on top of Datuk Masiung Banah who abandoned them much earlier.

The PPBM assemblymen now flatly outnumber the Upko assemblymen.

Rumour has it that at least another 2 more Upko Assemblymen are set to join PPBM thus diluting the importance of Upko even further.

They were so much a part of the BN Government on the night when Musa Aman was sworn in as Chief Minister of Sabah in the presence of the now retired Chief Justice Richard Malanjum.

Their assemblymen were made Ministers in Musa Aman’s Cabinet.

But within 24 hours, Upko made an about-turn and switched their allegiance to Shafie Apdal and Warisan, thus creating a legal battle between BN and Warisan, and throwing the state’s politics into confusion.

In the end, Upko proudly made it known to the world that it was because of them that the Warisan Government was formed.

This had a domino effect on other BN assemblymen who also abandoned the BN and were rewarded with Ministerial positions in Shafie’s cabinet and their President was made a Deputy Chief Minister after being sworn in as a nominated Assemblyman

Seemingly, they were the power brokers and kingmakers.

Unfortunately for Upko, their wheels have come off the tracks.

So where does Upko go from here? They will no longer be welcomed by BN after playing the BN out.

They can no longer go back to the Presidential Council of PBS, Upko and PBRS because PBS declared openly and bitterly of being betrayed by their same kind and the pre-election agreement to consult one another before deciding the next move being thrown into the bin by Upko.

But whose decision was it really for Upko to ditch the BN in favour of Warisan within 24 hours? Was it really by Madius Tangau and his supreme Council or was there a hidden hand at work?

Some note that there were similarities in Upko’s withdrawal from BN and the time PBS pulled out from BN just before the 1990 GE when Tan Sri Bernard Dompok was PBS Deputy President.

Following the collapse of the PBS Government Dompok formed PDS and subsequently PDS became Upko 2.0.

Dompok should admit if the decision to team up with Warisan was from him rather than let Madius and Supreme Council be blamed for it.

If it was, did he do so in order to save his Vatican job since he complained about not being allowed to finish his term when asked to vacate by the new Foreign Minister. The new PH Government no longer recognised political appointees as Ambassadors.

To add to Upko’s worries, evidence in former PM Najib’s case revealed that RM 1 million from the 1MDB scandal was channelled to Upko.

Which means it stands to have its accounts frozen just like Umno’s until the 1MDB case is over and all the ministerial and other positions as well in the State Cabinet.

Momogun

This article came out in the Daily Express. See here



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The older the ginger, the spicier it gets – goes a very popular Chinese idiom. It means the older a person becomes, the wiser the person gets. When Mahathir Mohamad led the opposition coalition, Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope), to a stunning victory in the May 9th general election, the world was shocked and impressed with the emergence of the world’s oldest prime minister.

This is not the first time the grand old man walks the corridors of power. He had enjoyed and tasted the power before – as prime minister for 22 years from 1981 to 2003. But to return to his old job after retired for 15 years is particularly satisfying for him. From a dictator, Mr. Mahathir suddenly becomes a very popular saviour who successfully defeated the evil and corrupt (former) PM Najib Razak.

Heck, he has become so popular that there were concerns the 93-year-old man would be pressured to continue his premiership for as long as he likes, nullifying the agreement to hand over the most powerful job after 2 years to Anwar Ibrahim, his protégé-turned-nemesis-turned-ally. However, Mahathir has repeatedly said he will honour the agreement signed by Pakatan Harapan partners.

The two year period may sound very short, but when a man like Mahathir is put to work, he can deliver more than what an idiot can do in 20 years. The fact that his party – Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) – commands almost the equal share of ministry portfolios among the 4 partners in the ruling coalition, despite being a minority party, was already impressive.

After the historic May 9th win, Anwar’s party (PKR – People’s Justice Party) possessed the lion’s share of 47 parliamentary seats, while DAP (Democratic Action Party) grabbed 42. Mahathir’s PPBM (Malaysian United Indigenous Party) won only 13 seats and Amanah (National Trust Party) managed 11 seats, giving the Pakatan Harapan coalition the required 113 simple majority.

Sure, Mahathir was sworn in as the country’s 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia primarily because all the component parties had agreed to the arrangement. Another factor was due to the fact that there is no dominant party with super majority seats in the coalition. Still, after Anwar was granted a full pardon by the Agong (King) and released from prison, he can kick Mahathir out of the government.

There were strong rumours that Anwar Ibrahim was plotting to partner with either UMNO Malay nationalist party (which was dethroned for the first time in 61 years) or PAS Islamist party or both so that he can instantly grab power. After all, how hard could it be to replace Mahathir’s 13 seats party? Anwar’s advisers believed Mahathir might play him again like in 1998.

Mahathir easily checkmated Anwar, pampered PKR Deputy President Azmin Ali with a very powerful portfolio – a specially created Minister of Economic Affairs. The divide and conquer tactic has essentially split PKR into half. To ensure DAP and ethnic Chinese loyalty to his premiership, Mahathir rewarded them with 6 ministers, including the powerful Minister of Finance.

After ensuring stability and no rebellion within the Pakatan Harapan ruling coalition, Mahathir proceeded to break up the opposition Barisan Nasional coalition. Out of 79 parliamentary seats initially won by the old regime, UMNO alone had in its possession 54 seats. Like a skillful sushi chef, Mahathir skinned Barisan’s so-called fixed-deposit Sarawak Barisan Nasional.

About a month after its humiliating defeat, the extremely corrupt Barisan was shocked when it lost 19 parliamentary seats in June. All the Sarawak parties – PBB, SUPP, PRS, and PDP – abandoned the coalition. Including UPKO (1), PBS (1) and PBRS (1), the Barisan was reduced from 79 to 57. The once arrogant former Deputy PM Zahid Hamidi was reportedly begged the Sarawak Chief Minister not to quit, but to no avail.

It was not a coincidence that Sarawak former Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud’s party PBB, the biggest in the state with 13 parliamentary seats, launched the rebellion after his meeting with PM Mahathir and Daim Zainuddin. In exchange for not investigating Taib’s decades of corruption and illegal logging, Mahathir single-handedly took away Barisan’s fixed-deposit.

UMNO plunged into disarray almost instantly. Its self-proclaimed 3-million members were running around like a headless chicken. From a mighty coalition of 13 component parties, the Barisan Nasional is now reduced to just 3 parties. With MCA and MIC holding 1 seat each (after MIC’s Cameron Highland was declared null and void), the coalition was reduced to 56 seats.

But the slaughtering has just begun. With UMNO members already disillusioned and demoralised by their clueless president Zahid, Mahathir didn’t have to do any heavy lifting. Like it or not, the old man was a master strategist. Besides to gauge the real support of UMNO and PAS, there appeared to be another reason why the anti-ICERD rally was allowed to proceed.

Zahid Hamidi and PAS President Hadi Awang thought the ICERD was a God-sent opportunity to rally the Malays and Muslims against the Mahathir government. The much hyped demonstration had turned out to be a flop – only managed to attract 55,000 protesters. Both gangster Zahid and extremist Hadi had wanted to test the feasibility of UMNO and PAS joining forces.

But the same racial and religious rally would come back to haunt both Zahid and Hadi, sooner than they had expected. On Dec 12, just four days after the mega rally, a mass exodus from Sabah UMNO has begun with nine of 10 of its assemblymen, five of six MPs and two senators leaving the party. There were dozens of reasons (or rather excuses) given for the mass resignations.

However, according to sources, the main reasons were the fear of UMNO becoming too Islamic-centric and getting closer to PAS. There’s a reason why the PAS Islamist party doesn’t have a presence in Sabah. UMNO in Sabah is different from the Peninsular. Perhaps the stupid Zahid Hamidi hadn’t a clue that Sabah UMNO actually has “non-Muslim” members.

A day after the December 8 rally, which Mr. Zahid proudly declared as a huge success and attended by 500,000 Malay-Muslims, PAS and UMNO told all and sundry that they will set-up a joint committee to discuss and deliberate issues concerning the position of Islam as well as special privileges of the Malay, suggesting a partnership or a coalition or even a merger could be on the horizon.

Mahathir was absolutely naughty to give UMNO enough ropes to hang itself. All UMNO Sabah leaders & elected representatives who were leaving the party have pledged full support to the Pakatan Harapan Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. UMNO is now left with only one assemblyman and one MP in the state of Sabah.

Thanks to anti-ICERD rally, UMNO’s 54 MPs has been diluted further to 43 after the Sabah fiasco. That’s close to half of the initial 79 MPs lost within 6 months under Zahid leadership. Not bad for a Java-migrant who had dreamt of becoming UMNO president. After the collapse of Sabah UMNO, a second wave of exodus from UMNO is reportedly coming very soon.

At least 32 UMNO MPs have allegedly switched loyalty to Mahathir Mohamad. If that happens, UMNO would be crippled with only 11 MPs left, presumably the most toxic and unacceptable even to the “garbage collector” Mahathir. The PPBM now possesses 16 MPs, up from 13 after three UMNO MPs jumped ship earlier on.

If Mahathir’s PPBM decides to accept all the 32 UMNO frogs, it would be boosted with a whopping 48 MPs, just second to Anwar PKR’s 50 MPs. To be fair to him, the prime minister did not say all of UMNO MPs will definitely be accepted. They must first become independent or Pakatan-friendly. This is important because the frogs can be used to initiate institutional reforms.

Yes, as a 13 MPs small “mosquito party”, as previously mocked and insulted by former Tourism and Culture Minister and UMNO warlord Nazri Aziz, it’s incredible that Mahathir could control the 222-seat government. Even without the 32 UMNO frogs, the 19 (Sarawak) and 5 (Sabah) respective friendly votes means Pakatan has 146 votes, just 2 seats shy of two-thirds majority.

Pro-UMNO cybertroopers, propagandists and bloggers had predicted and hoped that a merger between UMNO and PAS could create a new powerful force. They suggested that what Zahid and Hadi needed to do was to scream, whine and bitch about 3R (religion, racial and royalty) and the Pakatan Harapan government would collapse.

Instead of a merger, clearly Mahathir has a better solution – to slaughter UMNO like a pig and deny PAS the satisfaction of taking a free ride out of UMNO misery. From the leader of a minority party, Mahathir has not only divided UMNO into pieces of junks, but also recycle the garbage to become useful parts, without any promise of keeping the trash.

This piece is by Finance Twitter and it can be found HERE.


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.

UPDATES – 24th August 2018

Mohd Shafie Apdal today failed in his bid to strike out former Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman’s originating summons challenging his (Mohd Shafie’s) appointment as the new Chief Minister on May 12.

Justice Yew Jen Kie when delivering her decision through teleconferencing in the Kota Kinabalu High Court , said Musa as the plaintiff in the case, had raised a question of law which rendered the originating summonses unsuitable to be struck out summarily.

“Upon perusal of the affidavits and submission of the parties, I am satisfied that the plaintiff has raised a question of law which requires full consideration which renders the originating summons unsuitable to be struck out summarily.

“As such, I dismiss the striking-out application with costs in the cause,” she said.

In this regard, Yew ordered Musa to file his submission on the originating summons against Mohd Shafie on or before Sept 14, while the Mohd Shafie is file his on or before Sept 24.

Musa is also to file his reply on Oct 5.

Yew set Oct 26 to deliver her decision.

Mohd Shafie was represented by counsel Douglas Lind, while Musa’s counsels were Tengku Fuad Tengku Ahmad and Suku Vanugopal.

State Attoney-General Zaleha Rose Pandin and Dayangku Fazidah Hatun Pg Bagul represented Sabah Governor Juhar Mahiruddin.

Mohd Shafie filed the application on June 5 to strike out the suit on the grounds that Musa had no valid reason to challenge his appointment on May 12 as the new chief minister.

The following day, Musa filed a fresh suit against the Sabah governor and Shafie, in place of the suit filed on May 17, seeking a declaration that he (Musa) was the rightful chief minister of Sabah.

Musa was sworn in as chief minister on May 10 after securing simple majority in the 14th general election but lost the majority when several assemblymen from his party (Umno) and from a BN component party (Upko) jumped ship to give their support to Parti Warisan Sabah lead by Mohd Shafie.

– Bernama

UPDATES OCTOBER 25, 2018

KOTA KINABALU, Oct 25 — The High Court here will decide on November 7 if the appointment of Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal as chief minister by Head of State Tun Juhar Mahiruddin on May 12 is lawful.

Judge Yew Jen Kie set the date after hearing four and a half hours of submissions in the suit filed by former chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman, who is seeking to nullify Shafie’s appointment.


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


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

 


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