Johor State Legislative Assembly

The Johor State Legislative Assembly (Malay: Dewan Undangan Negeri Johor) is the unicameral legislature of the Malaysian state of Johor. It is composed of 56 members who are elected from single-member constituencies throughout the state. Elections are held no more than five years apart, along with elections to the federal parliament and other state assemblies (except Sarawak).

Johor State Legislative Assembly

Dewan Undangan Negeri Johor
ديوان اوندڠن نڬري جوهر
柔佛州议会
14th Johor State Assembly
Insignia of Johor State Legislative Assembly
Type
Type
History
Founded1959
Leadership
Sultan
Sultan Ibrahim Al-Marhum Sultan Ismail Al-Haj
since 23 January 2010 (2010-01-23)
Speaker
Suhaizan Kayat, PH-AMANAH
since 28 June 2018 (2018-06-28)
Deputy Speaker
Gan Peck Cheng, PH-DAP
since 28 June 2018 (2018-06-28)
Dr. Sahruddin Jamal, PH-BERSATU
since 14 April 2019 (2019-04-14)
Opposition Leader
Ir. Hasni Mohammad, BN-UMNO
since 28 June 2018 (2018-06-28)
Secretary
Shubanah Yusuf[1]
Structure
Seats56
Quorum: 19
Simple majority: 29
Two-thirds majority: 37
Political groups
(As of 25 November 2018)

Government:
     Pakatan Harapan (39)

Opposition:
     Barisan Nasional (16)

  •      UMNO (14)
  •      MIC (2)
     PAS (1)
Committees
Elections
Plurality: First-past-the-post (56 single-member constituencies)
Last election
9 May 2018
Next election
28 August 2023 or earlier
Meeting place
Sultan Ismail Building, Kota Iskandar, Iskandar Puteri, Johor
Sultan Ibrahim Building, Johor Bahru, Johor
Website
www.johor.gov.my

The State Assembly convenes at Sultan Ismail Building in Kota Iskandar, Iskandar Puteri.

Current composition

PH BN GS
39 16 1
14 11 9 5 14 2 1
DAP BERSATU AMANAH PKR UMNO MIC PAS
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party) Post
PH 39 | BN 16 | GS 1
N1Buloh KasapZahari SaripBN (UMNO) Senator for Dewan Negara
N2JementahTan Chen ChoonPH (DAP) EXCO member
N3PemanisChong Fat FullPH (PKR) N/A
N4KemelahSulaiman Mohd NorPH (AMANAH)
N5TenangMohd. Solihan BadriPH (BERSATU) EXCO member
N6BekokRamakrishnan Suppiah PH (DAP) EXCO member
N7Bukit KepongSahruddin Jamal PH (BERSATU) Menteri Besar
N8Bukit PasirNajib LepGS (PAS) N/A
N9GambirMuhyiddin YassinPH (BERSATU)
N10TangkakEe Chin LiPH (DAP)
N11SeromFaizul Amri AdnanPH (AMANAH)
N12BentayanNg Yak HowePH (DAP)
N13Simpang JeramSalahuddin AyubPH (AMANAH)
N14Bukit NaningMd Ysahruddin KusniPH (PKR)
N15MaharaniNor Hayati BachokPH (AMANAH)
N16Sungai BalangZaiton IsmailBN (UMNO)
N17SemerahMohd Khuzzan Abu Bakar PH (PKR) EXCO member
N18Sri MedanZulkurnain KamisanBN (UMNO) N/A
N19Yong PengChew Peck ChooPH (DAP)
N20SemarangSamsol Bari JamaliBN (UMNO)
N21Parit YaaniAminolhuda Hassan PH (AMANAH) EXCO member
N22Parit RajaNor Rashidah RamliBN (UMNO) N/A
N23PenggaramGan Peck Cheng PH (DAP) Deputy Speaker
N24SenggarangKhairuddin A. RahimPH (AMANAH) N/A
N25RengitAyub JamilBN (UMNO)
N26MachapAbd. Taib Abu BakarBN (UMNO)
N27Layang-LayangOnn Hafiz GhaziBN (UMNO)
N28MengkibolChew Chong SinPH (DAP)
N29MahkotaMuhamad Said JonitPH (AMANAH)
N30PalohSheikh Umar Bagharib Ali PH (DAP) EXCO member
N31KahangVidyananthan RamanadhanBN (MIC) N/A
N32EndauAlwiyah Talib[N 1][2]PH (BERSATU)
N33TenggarohRaven Kumar KrishnasamyBN (MIC)
N34PantiHahasrin HashimBN (UMNO)
N35Pasir RajaRashidah IsmailBN (UMNO)
N36SediliRasman Ithnain[N 2][2]PH (BERSATU)
N37Johor LamaRosleli Jahari[N 3][2]PH (BERSATU)
N38PenawarSharifah Azizah Syed ZainBN (UMNO)
N39Tanjung SuratSyed Sis A RahmanBN (UMNO)
N40TiramGopalakrishnan SubramaniamPH (PKR)
N41Puteri WangsaMazlan Bujang PH (BERSATU)
N42Johor JayaLiow Cai Tung PH (DAP) EXCO member
N43PermasChe Zakaria Mohd. SallehPH (BERSATU) N/A
N44LarkinMohd. Izhar AhmadPH (BERSATU)
N45StulangChen Kah EngPH (DAP)
N46PerlingCheo Yee HowPH (DAP)
N47KempasOsman Sapian PH (BERSATU)
N48SkudaiTan Hong Pin PH (DAP)
N49Kota IskandarDzulkefly Ahmad PH (AMANAH) EXCO member
N50Bukit PermaiTosrin JarvanthiPH (BERSATU) EXCO member
N51Bukit BatuJimmy Puah Wee Tse PH (PKR) EXCO member
N52SenaiTee Boon TsongPH (DAP) N/A
N53BenutHasni MohammadBN (UMNO) Opposition Leader
N54Pulai SebatangMuhammad Taqiuddin Che'manPH (AMANAH) N/A
N55Pekan NanasYeo Tung SiongPH (DAP)
N56KukupMd Othman YusofBN (UMNO)

Seating arrangement

Sultan Ibrahim Building, Johor Bahru (only for opening ceremony of new term assembly)

N56 KukupN8 Bukit PasirVacantVacantN32 EndauN37 Johor Lama
N36 SediliN40 TiramN24 SenggarangN54 Pulai SebatangN15 MaharaniN43 Permas
N34 PantiN35 Pasir RajaN52 SenaiN28 MengkibolN29 MahkotaN3 PemanisN4 KemelahN44 LarkinN14 Bukit NaningN12 Bentayan
N22 Parit RajaN27 Layang-LayangN11 SeromN46 PerlingN55 Pekan NanasN10 TangkakN45 StulangN19 Yong PengN23 Penggaram (Deputy Speaker)
N41 Puteri WangsaN48 SkudaiN13 Simpang JeramN47 KempasN9 Gambir
B
N38 PenawarCAN5 Tenang
N1 Buloh KasapN2 Jementah
N33 TenggarohN50 Bukit Permai
N16 Sungai BalangN30 Paloh
N39 Tanjung SuratN6 Bekok
N26 MachapN17 Semerah
N25 RengitN51 Bukit Batu
N18 Sri MedanN42 Johor Jaya
N31 KahangN49 Kota Iskandar
N20 SemarangN21 Parit Yaani
N53 Benut (Opposition Leader)N7 Bukit Kepong (Menteri Besar)
Secretary
Sergeant-at-ArmSpeakerState SecretaryState Legal AdvisorState Financial Officer
Sultan

Sultan Ismail Building, Kota Iskandar (official meeting hall)

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VacantVacantVacantCAVacantN14 Bukit NaningN32 Endau
VacantVacantVacantVacantN12 BentayanN37 Johor Lama
VacantVacantVacantVacantN11 SeromN36 Sedili
VacantVacantVacantN5 TenangN46 PerlingN40 Tiram
VacantVacantVacantN2 JementahN55 Pekan NanasN24 Senggarang
VacantN8 Bukit PasirVacantN50 Bukit PermaiN10 TangkakN54 Pulai Sebatang
VacantN35 Pasir RajaN16 Sungai BalangN30 PalohN45 StulangN15 Maharani
VacantN34 PantiN39 Tanjung SuratN6 BekokN19 Yong PengN43 Permas
VacantN27 Layang-LayangN26 MachapN17 SemerahN23 Penggaram (Deputy Speaker)N52 Senai
VacantN22 Parit RajaN25 RengitN51 Bukit BatuN41 Puteri WangsaN28 Mengkibol
VacantN38 PenawarN18 Sri MedanN42 Johor JayaN48 SkudaiN29 Mahkota
VacantN1 Buloh KasapN31 KahangN49 Kota IskandarN13 Simpang JeramN3 Pemanis
VacantN56 KukupN20 SemarangN21 Parit YaaniN47 KempasN4 Kemelah
VacantN33 TenggarohN53 Benut (Opposition
Leader)
N7 Bukit Kepong (Menteri Besar)N9 GambirN44 Larkin
Secretary
Sergeant-at-ArmSpeakerState SecretaryState Legal AdvisorState Financial Officer
Sultan

Role

The Johor State Legislative Assembly's main function is to enact laws that apply in the state. It is also the forum for members to voice their opinions on the state government's policies and implementation of those policies. Under the Privileges, Immunities and Powers Ordinance 1963, assemblymen are given the right to freely discuss current issues such as public complaints. On financial matters, the Assembly approves supply to the government and ensures that the funds are spent as approved and in the tax-payers' interest.

The State Executive Council (EXCO) is appointed from members of the State Assembly. Led by the Menteri Besar, it exercises executive power on behalf of the Sultan and is responsible to the State Assembly.

Speakers Roll of Honour

Election pendulum

The 14th General Election witnessed 36 governmental seats and 20 non-governmental seats filled the Johor State Legislative Assembly. The government side has 12 safe seats and 7 fairly safe seats, while the non-government side has 4 safe seats and 3 fairly safe seats.

GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
SemerahMohd. Khuzzan Abu BakarPKR42.84
PemanisChong Fat FullPKR45.14
SenggarangKhairuddin A. RahimAMANAH45.90
MahkotaMuhamad Said JonitAMANAH48.24
Bukit NaningMd. Ysahruddin KusniPKR48.38
Bukit KepongSahruddin JamalBERSATU48.98
SeromFaizul Amri AdnanAMANAH49.20
Pulai SebatangMuhammad Taqiuddin Che'manAMANAH50.73
TenangMohd. Solihan BadriBERSATU50.92
PalohSheikh Umar Bagharib AliDAP52.10
TiramGopalakrishnan SubramaniamPKR52.71
Bukit PermaiTosrin JarvanthiBERSATU52.73
Pekan NanasYeo Tung SiongDAP52.92
GambirMuhyiddin Mohd. YassinBERSATU53.33
MaharaniNor Hayati BachokAMANAH53.92
Parit YaaniAminolhuda HassanAMANAH54.16
PermasChe Zakaria Mohd. SallehBERSATU54.19
Fairly safe
LarkinMohd. Izhar AhmadBERSATU56.00
KemelahSulaiman Mohd. NorAMANAH56.10
BekokRamakrishnan SuppiahDAP57.25
Kota IskandarDzulkefly AhmadAMANAH58.35
JementahTan Chen ChoonDAP59.07
Yong PengChew Peck ChooDAP59.26
KempasOsman SapianBERSATU59.68
Safe
TangkakEe Chin LiDAP61.57
Simpang JeramSalahuddin AyubAMANAH61.62
Johor JayaLiow Cai TungDAP62.53
PerlingCheo Yee HowDAP63.24
PenggaramGan Peck ChengDAP64.44
Bukit BatuJimmy Puah Wee TsePKR65.68
StulangAndrew Chen Kah EngDAP67.55
Puteri WangsaMazlan BujangBERSATU70.25
MengkibolChew Chong SinDAP74.10
SenaiTee Boon TsongDAP75.10
SkudaiTan Hong PinDAP79.47
BentayanNg Yak HoweDAP79.72
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Sungai BalangZaiton IsmailUMNO42.19
Parit RajaNor Rashidah RamliUMNO44.28
MachapAbd. Taib Abu BakarUMNO46.93
Layang-LayangOnn Hafiz GhaziUMNO46.93
EndauAlwiyah TalibUMNO47.95
KukupMd. Othman YusofUMNO49.60
Pasir RajaRashidah IsmailUMNO51.59
Buloh KasapZahari SaripUMNO52.51
PantiHahasrin HashimUMNO53.15
TenggarohRaven Kumar KrishnasamyMIC54.96
Bukit PasirNajib LepPAS55.29
RengitAyub JamilUMNO55.33
BenutHasni MohammadUMNO55.43
Fairly safe
Sri MedanZulkurnain KamisanUMNO56.88
KahangVidyanathan RamanadhanMIC57.66
SemarangSamsol Bari JamaliUMNO59.45
Safe
Johor LamaRosleli JahariUMNO60.57
Tanjung SuratSyed Sis Syed A. RahmanUMNO65.37
PenawarSharifah Azizah Syed ZainUMNO70.35
SediliRasman IthnainUMNO75.98

Notes

  1. Alwiyah Talib contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, officially switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 25 November 2018 with other two assemblyman.
  2. Rasman Ithnain contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, officially switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 19 November 2018.
  3. Rosleli Jahari contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, officially switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 19 November 2018.

See also

References

  1. "Pejabat Jurutulis Dewan Negeri Johor".
  2. "Johor's last 2 independent reps join PPBM". Free Malaysia Today. 2018-11-26. Retrieved 2018-11-26.
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