Members of the Dewan Negara, 1st Malayan Parliament

This is a list of the members of the Dewan Negara (Senate) of the First Parliament of the Federation of Malaya (known as the Parliament of Malaysia after 2 November 1963).[1][2] There were 38 senators (22 are elected by the state legislative assemblies, with two senators for each state in the Federation, while the other 16 are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King)) in this initial parliament, increasing to 50 senators (25 are elected by the state legislative assemblies, with two senators for each state in the Federation, while the other 25 are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King)) after the establishment of the Parliament of Malaysia.

1st Parliament of the Federation of Malaya
2nd Parliament
Overview
JurisdictionFederation of Malaya
Meeting placeTunku Abdul Rahman Hall
Term11 September 1959 – 1 March 1964
ElectionIndirect election and appointments
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Negara
Members38 (until 2 November 1963)
50
PresidentAbdul Rahman Mohamed Yasin
SecretaryRamli Abdul Hamid (until 1960)
Abdul Ghani Mohd Don (until 1961)
Shamsuddin Mohd Sidin (until 1962)
Ahmad Abdullah
Party controlAlliance
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongTuanku Abdul Rahman (until 1 April 1960)
Tuanku Hisamuddin Alam Shah (until 1 September 1960)
Tuanku Syed Putra
Sessions
1st11 September 1959 – ??
2nd19 April 1960 – ??
3rd19 April 1961 – ??
4th25 April 1962 – 15 March 1963
5th22 May 1963 – 13 January 1964

Elected by the State Legislative Assembly

SenatorPartyStateTerm startTerm end
Abbas MohamedPMIPTrengganu11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Abdul Rahman AhmadAlliance (UMNO)Perlis15 March 1963[lower-alpha 2]14 March 1969
Abdul Rahman Mohamed Yasin (President)Alliance (UMNO)Johore11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Abdul Wahab IdusAlliance (UMNO)Negri Sembilan11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Abdullah IshakAlliance (UMNO)Perlis21 December 1960[lower-alpha 3]20 December 1966
Ahmad AbdullahAlliance (UMNO)Penang15 October 1962[lower-alpha 4]14 October 1968
Ahmad SaidAlliance (UMNO)Perak11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Ahmad TaffAlliance (UMNO)Singapore2 November 1963[lower-alpha 5]8 August 1965[lower-alpha 6]
Amaluddin DarusPMIPKelantan11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Chan Kwong HonAlliance (MCA)Selangor11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Cheah Seng KhimAlliance (MCA)Penang11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Da Abdul Jalil AwangPMIPTrengganu11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Hashim AwangAlliance (UMNO)Penang11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Hoh Chee CheongAlliance (MCA)Pahang15 October 1962[lower-alpha 4]14 October 1968
Joseph Augustine Angian AndulagSabah2 November 1963[lower-alpha 5]1 November 1969
Ko Teck KinSingapore2 November 1963[lower-alpha 5]8 August 1965[lower-alpha 6]
Koh Kim LengAlliance (MCA)Malacca11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Lee Foong YeeAlliance (MCA)Negri Sembilan11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Mohamed Adib OmarAlliance (UMNO)Trengganu15 October 1962[lower-alpha 4]14 October 1968
Mohamed Salleh Mohamed AriffAlliance (UMNO)Malacca11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Mohamed Zahir IsmailAlliance (UMNO)Kedah11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Nik Mohamed Adeeb Nik MohamedPMIPKelantan11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]4 April 1964[lower-alpha 7]
Oyong Lawai JauSNAPSarawak2 November 1963[lower-alpha 5]1 November 1969
Pengiran Mohamed Digadong GalpamSabah2 November 1963[lower-alpha 5]1 November 1969
Raja Rastam Shahrome Raja Said TauphyAlliance (UMNO)Selangor11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Sheikh Abu Bakar YahyaAlliance (UMNO)Johore11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Syed Ahmad Syed Mahmud ShahabuddinAlliance (UMNO)Kedah11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Syed Bahaldin Syed NohAlliance (UMNO)Perlis11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]1962[lower-alpha 8]
Tuanku Bujang Tuanku OthmanBARJASASarawak2 November 1963[lower-alpha 5]1 November 1969
Wan Ahmad Wan DaudAlliance (UMNO)Perlis11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Wan Ibrahim Wan TanjongAlliance (UMNO)Pahang11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Yap Khen VanAlliance (MCA)Pahang11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Yeoh Kian TeikAlliance (MCA)Perak11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965

Nominated by the Prime Minister and appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong

SenatorPartyTerm startTerm end
A. M. Abu BakarAlliance (UMNO)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Abang Mustapha Abang Moasili27 December 1963[lower-alpha 9]26 December 1969
Abdul Hamid MahmudAlliance (UMNO)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Aishah GhaniAlliance (UMNO)15 October 1962[lower-alpha 4]14 October 1968
Athi NahappanAlliance (MIC)5 December 1959[lower-alpha 10]4 December 1965
Cheah Toon LokAlliance (MCA)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Choo Kok LeongAlliance (MCA)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
E. E. C. Thuraisingham11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Engku Muhsein Abdul KadirAlliance (UMNO)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
G. Shelley11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
J. E. S. Crawford11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Khaw Kai BohAlliance (MCA)15 March 1963[lower-alpha 2]14 March 1969
Leong Yew KohAlliance (MCA)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]12 January 1963[lower-alpha 11]
Lim Hee HongAlliance (MCA)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Mohamed Ghazali JawiAlliance (UMNO)3 June 1963[lower-alpha 12]2 June 1969
Nik Hassan Nik YahyaAlliance (UMNO)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Pandak Hamid Puteh JaliAlliance (UMNO)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
S. O. K. UbaidullaAlliance (MIC)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
S. P. S. NathanAlliance (MIC)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
Tan Tong HyeAlliance (MCA)11 September 1959[lower-alpha 1]10 September 1965
William Tan Ho ChoonSCA27 December 1963[lower-alpha 9]26 December 1969

Death in office

  • Leong Yew Koh (d. 12 January 1963)
  • Nik Mohamed Adeeb Nik Mohamed (d. 4 April 1964)

Footnotes

  1. Took and subscribed the Oath on 11 September 1959. Hansard - 11 September 1959
  2. Took and subscribed the Oath on 15 March 1963. Hansard - 15 March 1963
  3. Took and subscribed the Oath on 21 December 1960. Hansard - 21 December 1960
  4. Took and subscribed the Oath on 15 October 1962. Hansard - 15 October 1962
  5. Took and subscribed the Oath on 2 November 1963. Hansard - 2 November 1963
  6. Disqualified on 8 August 1965 under Article 48(1)(f) of the Federal Constitution
  7. Died in office on 4 April 1964. Hansard - 11 September 1964
  8. Resigned
  9. Took and subscribed the Oath on 27 December 1963. Hansard - 27 December 1963
  10. Took and subscribed the Oath on 5 December 1959. Hansard - 5 December 1959
  11. Died in office on 12 January 1963. Hansard - 15 March 1963
  12. Took and subscribed the Oath on 3 June 1963. Hansard - 3 June 1963

References

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