Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 13th Malaysian Parliament

This is a list of the members of the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) of the 13th Parliament of Malaysia.[3] The opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat that contested the general elections in 2013 was dissolved after series of disagreements between two main parties, Democratic Action Party (DAP) and Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS).[4] A new opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan was formed by the Democratic Action Party, People's Justice Party (PKR) and newly formed party National Trust Party (PAN), consisting of ex-PAS members.[5] Several ex-UMNO members have also formed their own party Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM) and have signed an electoral pact with Pakatan Harapan to contest the future general election and ensure straight fights against Barisan Nasional.[6] On 20 March 2017 PPBM officially became a member of Pakatan Harapan.[7]

13th Parliament of Malaysia
12th Parliament 14th Parliament
Overview
JurisdictionMalaysia
Meeting placeMalaysian Houses of Parliament
Term24 June 2013[1] – 7 April 2018[2]
Election2013 general election
GovernmentSecond Najib cabinet
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Rakyat
Members222
SpeakerPandikar Amin Mulia
Deputy SpeakerRonald Kiandee
Ismail Mohamed Said
SecretaryRoosme Hamzah
Prime MinisterNajib Razak
Leader of the OppositionAnwar Ibrahim (until 16 March 2015)
Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
Party controlBarisan Nasional
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongTuanku Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah (until 12 December 2016)
Sultan Muhammad V
Sessions
1st24 June 2013 – 5 December 2013
2nd10 March 2014 – 27 November 2014
3rd9 March 2015 – 27 January 2016
4th7 March 2016 – 24 November 2016
5th6 March 2017 – 30 November 2017
6th5 March 2018 – 5 April 2018
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Composition

Seating arrangement

Old meeting hall in Dewan Rakyat

This is the seating arrangement based on the old meeting hall in previous interior, as of its last meeting on 24 November 2016 before meeting hall was moved to new meeting hall on the following year.

P009 Alor SetarP070 KamparP145 BakriP219 MiriP124 Bandar Tun RazakVacantVacantVacantP209 JulauP181 TenomP167 KudatVacantVacantP067 Kuala KangsarP093 Sungai BesarP156 Kota TinggiP220 BaramP034 SetiuP054 Gerik
P150 Batu PahatP010 Kuala KedahP212 SibuP046 Batu KawanVacantVacantVacantP091 RompinP129 Kuala PilahP210 KanowitP011 PendangP126 JelebuP079 LipisP042 Tasek GelugorP135 Alor GajahP197 Kota SamarahanP166 LabuanP159 Pasir GudangP096 Kuala Selangor
P074 LumutP208 SarikeiVacantVacantP018 Kulim-Bandar BaharuP118 SetiawangsaP027 Tanah MerahP204 BetongP084 Paya BesarP078 Cameron HighlandsP013 SikP141 SekijangP081 JerantutP014 MerbokP092 Sabak BernamP171 SepanggarP002 Kangar
P025 BachokP196 StampinVacantP016 BalingP055 LenggongP147 Parit SulongP133 TampinP213 MukahP154 MersingP184 LibaranP178 SipitangP207 IganP004 LangkawiVacantP203 Lubok Antu
P020 Pengkalan ChepaP045 Bukit MertajamP174 PenampangP205 SaratokP151 Simpang RenggamP173 PutatanP217 BintuluP179 RanauP187 KinabatanganP041 Kepala BatasP029 MachangP202 Sri AmanP192 Mas GadingP001 Padang BesarP069 Parit
P039 DungunP051 Bukit GelugorP117 SegambutP191 KalabakanP063 TambunP127 JempolP160 Johor BahruP134 Masjid TanahDeputy Minister (Vacant)P185 Batu SapiP158 Tebrau
P040 Kubang KerianP102 SerdangP051 GopengP165 Tanjong PiaiP032 Gua MusangP180 KeningauP026 KeterehP161 PulaiP005 JerlunP218 SibutiP206 Tanjong Manis
P028 Pasir PutehP186 SandakanP049 TanjongP019 TumpatE(Senator)P222 LawasP058 Bagan SeraiP221 Limbang
P008 Pokok SenaP138 Kota MelakaP130 RasahP114 KepongFD(Senator)P188 SilamP216 Hulu RajangP139 Jasin
P105 Petaling Jaya SelatanP062 Sungai SiputP083 KuantanP023 Rantau PanjangP189 SempornaGCP176 KimanisP131 RembauVacant(Senator)P006 Kubang Pasu
P017 Padang SeraiP104 Kelana JayaP052 Bayan BaruP035 Kuala NerusP022 Pasir MasSergeant-at-ArmP090 Bera(Senator)P119 TitiwangsaP149 Sri Gading(Senator)
P116 Wangsa MajuP109 KaparP047 Nibong TebalP088 TemerlohP059 Bukit GantangP040 KemamanP003 ArauP095 Tanjong KarangP155 TenggaraP136 Tangga Batu
P082 Indera MahkotaP112 Kuala LangatP101 Hulu LangatP021 Kota BharuP037 MarangP168 Kota MaruduP033 BesutP077 Tanjong MalimP053 Balik PulauP215 Kapit
P063 Ipoh TimorP066 Batu GajahP060 TaipingP115 BatuP121 Lembah PantaiHthe MaceBP030 JeliP125 PutrajayaP157 PengerangP177 BeaufortP086 Maran
P211 LanangP172 Kota KinabaluP068 BeruasP120 Bukit BintangP123 CherasP153 SembrongP199 Serian(Senator)P142 LabisP190 Tawau
P050 JelutongP163 KulaiP097 SelayangP122 SeputehP143 PagohP061 Padang RengasP194 Petra JayaP007 Padang Terap(Senator)P038 Hulu Terengganu
P036 Kuala TerengganuP111 Kota RajaP132 Telok KemangP064 Ipoh BaratP098 GombakP076 Telok IntanP201 Batang LuparP193 SantubongP198 MambongP094 Hulu Selangor
P080 RaubP015 Sungai PetaniP113 SepangP128 SerembanP043 BaganIAP140 SegamatP214 SelangauP056 LarutP164 PontianP144 Ledang
P110 KlangP100 PandanP108 Shah AlamP195 Bandar KuchingP057 Parit BuntarP089 Bentong(Senator)P148 Ayer HitamP146 MuarP073 Pasir Salak
P048 Bukit BenderaP152 KluangP106 Petaling Jaya UtaraP137 Bukit KatilP162 Gelang PatahP075 Bagan Datok (Deputy Prime Minister)P182 PensianganP200 Batang SadongP175 PaparP087 Kuala Krau (Deputy Speaker)
P031 Kuala KraiP103 PuchongP107 SubangP099 AmpangP044 Permatang Pauh (Opposition Leader)SecretaryP085 Pekan (Prime Minister)P012 JeraiP169 Kota BeludP072 TapahP183 Beluran (Deputy Speaker)
Speaker
Yang Di-Pertuan Agong

New meeting hall in Dewan Rakyat

This is the seating arrangement based on the new meeting hall in current interior as of its last meeting on 5 April 2018. In addition, there were two seats that is labelled as VACANT, namely Jelebu and Paya Besar. Both of this seats vacancy is due to the death of the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP) for both of this constituency, which happened on 6 December 2017 (Jelebu) and 12 February 2018 (Paya Besar) respectively.

VacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantP206 Tanjong ManisP067 Kuala Kangsar
VacantP138 Kota MelakaP124 Bandar Tun RazakP018 Kulim – Bandar BaharuP118 SetiawangsaP027 Tanah MerahP166 LabuanP042 Tasek GelugorP091 RompinP069 ParitP054 GerikP034 SetiuP220 BaramP156 Kota TinggiP203 Lubok AntuP002 KangarP093 Sungai Besar
P008 Pokok SenaP171 Sepanggar
VacantP010 Kuala KedahP212 SibuP147 Parit SulongP055 LenggongP016 BalingP221 LimbangP181 TenomP084 Paya Besar (Vacant)P167 KudatP210 KanowitP096 Kuala SelangorP135 Alor GajahP197 Kota SamarahanP185 Batu SapiP158 TebrauVacant
P219 MiriP150 Batu PahatP079 LipisP092 Sabak Bernam
VacantP145 BakriP208 SarikeiP046 Batu KawanP205 SaratokP204 BetongP216 Hulu RajangP150 Simpang RenggamP154 MersingP209 JulauP078 Cameron HighlandsP139 JasinP159 Pasir GudangP222 LawasP126 Jelebu (Vacant)P081 JerantutVacant
VacantP070 KamparP074 LumutP102 SerdangP005 JerlunP058 Bagan SeraiP141 SekijangVacant
VacantP009 Alor SetarP196 StampinP050 JelutongP174 PenampangP173 PutatanP165 Tanjong PiaiP133 TampinP179 RanauP187 KinabatanganP011 PendangP217 BintuluP134 Masjid Tanah(Senator)P218 SibutiP013 SikVacant
VacantVacantP045 Bukit MertajamP051 Bukit GelugorP116 Wangsa MajuP006 Kubang PasuP192 Mas GadingP001 Padang BesarVacantVacant
VacantP025 BachokP117 SegambutP082 Indera MahkotaDeputy Minister (Vacant)P212 Sri AmanP004 LangkawiVacant
P020 Pengkalan ChepaP071 GopengP109 KaparP023 Rantau PanjangP191 KalabakanP063 TambunP127 JempolP213 MukahP129 Kuala PilahP190 TawauP136 Tangga BatuP029 MachangP207 Igan
VacantP039 DungunP049 TanjongP104 Kelana JayaP035 Kuala NerusP032 Gua MusangP180 KeningauP026 KeterehP160 Johor BahruP053 Balik PulauP215 KapitP041 Kepala BatasP178 SipitangP014 Merbok
VacantP024 Kubang KerianP130 RasahP019 TumpatP088 TemerlohP189 SempornaEDCP177 BeaufortP086 Maran(Senator)(Senator)P184 LibaranVacant
VacantP028 Pasir PutehP105 Petaling Jaya SelatanP114 KepongP022 Pasir MasP059 Bukit GantangSergeant-at-ArmP142 LabisP038 Hulu TerengganuP149 Sri Gading(Senator)VacantVacant
VacantVacantP017 Padang SeraiP101 Hulu LangatP021 Kota BharuP037 Marang(Senator)P094 Hulu SelangorP155 TenggaraP161 PulaiP198 SilamVacant
P111 Kota RajaP211 LanangP163 KulaiP122 SeputehP121 Lembah PantaiFthe MaceBP168 Kota MaruduP194 Petra JayaP148 Ayer HitamVacantP198 Mambong
P083 KuantanP062 Ipoh TimorP064 Batu GajahP186 SandakanP063 Ipoh BaratP030 JeliP201 Batang LuparP200 Batang SadongP119 TitiwangsaP144 Ledang
VacantP062 Sungai SiputP047 Nibong TebalP068 BeruasP097 SelayangP123 CherasP153 SembrongP214 SelangauP169 Kota BeludP095 Tanjong KarangP073 Pasir SalakVacant
VacantP052 Bayan BaruP172 Kota KinabaluP060 TaipingP115 BatuP143 PagohP061 Padang RengasP170 TuaranP131 RembauP077 Tanjong MalimP164 PontianVacant
VacantP112 Kuala LangatP038 Kuala TerengganuP132 Telok KemangP120 Bukit BintangP098 GombakGAP076 Telok IntanP182 Pensiangan(Senator)P007 Padang TerapP146 MuarVacant
VacantP080 RaubP152 KluangP106 Petaling Jaya UtaraP126 SerembanP043 BaganP140 SegamatP012 JeraiP193 SantubongP003 ArauP175 PaparVacant
VacantP110 KlangP100 PandanP107 SubangP195 Bandar KuchingP057 Parit BuntarP090 BentongP176 KimanisP033 BesutP056 LarutP072 TapahVacant
P048 Bukit BenderaP016 Sungai PetaniP108 Shah AlamP137 Bukit KatilP162 Gelang PatahP075 Bagan Datok (Deputy Prime Minister)P090 BeraP125 Putrajaya(Senator)P087 Kuala Krau (Deputy Speaker)
P031 Kuala KraiP103 PuchongP113 SepangP099 AmpangP044 Permatang Pauh (Opposition Leader)SecretaryP085 Pekan (Prime Minister)P040 KemamanP199 SerianP157 PengerangP183 Beluran (Deputy Speaker)
Speaker
Yang Di-Pertuan Agong

Elected members by state

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served the entire term of the parliament (from 24 June 2013 to 7 April 2018).

Perlis

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 3
P001Padang BesarZahidi Zainul AbidinBN (UMNO)
P002KangarShaharuddin IsmailBN (UMNO)
P003ArauShahidan KassimBN (UMNO)

Kedah

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 10 | PKR 4 | PAN 1
P004LangkawiNawawi AhmadBN (UMNO)
P005JerlunOthman AzizBN (UMNO)
P006Kubang PasuMohd Johari BaharumBN (UMNO)
P007Padang TerapMahdzir KhalidBN (UMNO)
P008Pokok SenaMahfuz Omar[N 1][8]PH (PAN)
P009Alor StarGooi Hsiao-LeungPH (PKR)
P010Kuala KedahAzman IsmailPH (PKR)
P011PendangOthman AbdulBN (UMNO)
P012JeraiJamil Khir BaharomBN (UMNO)
P013SikMansor Abd RahmanBN (UMNO)
P014MerbokIsmail DautBN (UMNO)
P015Sungai PetaniJohari AbdulPH (PKR)
P016BalingAbdul Azeez Abdul RahimBN (UMNO)
P017Padang SeraiSurendran NagarajanPH (PKR)
P018Kulim-Bandar BaharuAbd. Aziz Sheikh FadzirBN (UMNO)

Kelantan

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PAS 7 | BN 5 | PKR 1 | PAN 1
P019TumpatKamarudin Jaffar[N 2][9]PH (PKR)
P020Pengkalan ChepaIzani HusinPAS
P021Kota BharuTakiyuddin HassanPAS
P022Pasir MasNik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul AzizPAS
P023Rantau PanjangSiti Zailah Mohd YusoffPAS
P024Kubang KerianAhmad Baihaki AtiqullahPAS
P025BachokAhmad Marzuk ShaaryPAS
P026KeterehAnnuar MusaBN (UMNO)
P027Tanah MerahIkmal Hisham Abdul AzizBN (UMNO)
P028Pasir PutehNik Mazian Nik MohamadPAS
P029MachangAhmad Jazlan YaakubBN (UMNO)
P030JeliMustapa MohamedBN (UMNO)
P031Kuala KraiMohd Hatta Ramli[N 3][10]PH (PAN)
P032Gua MusangTengku Razaleigh HamzahBN (UMNO)

Terengganu

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 4 | PAS 3 | PAN 1
P033BesutIdris JusohBN (UMNO)
P034SetiuChe Mohamad Zulkifly JusohBN (UMNO)
P035Kuala NerusMohd Khairuddin Aman Razali at-TakiriPAS
P036Kuala TerengganuRaja Kamarul Bahrin Shah Raja Ahmad[N 4][10]PH (PAN)
P037MarangAbdul Hadi AwangPAS
P038Hulu TerengganuJailani JohariBN (UMNO)
P039DungunWan Hassan Mohd RamliPAS
P040KemamanAhmad Shabery CheekBN (UMNO)

Penang

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
DAP 7 | BN 3 | PKR 3
P041Kepala BatasReezal Merican Naina MericanBN (UMNO)
P042Tasek GelugorShabudin YahayaBN (UMNO)
P043BaganLim Guan EngPH (DAP)
P044Permatang PauhWan Azizah Wan Ismail from 7 May 2015[N 5][11]PH (PKR)
Anwar Ibrahim until 16 March 2015PR (PKR)
P045Bukit MertajamSteven Sim Chee KeongPH (DAP)
P046Batu KawanKasthuriraani PattoPH (DAP)
P047Nibong TebalMansor OthmanPH (PKR)
P048Bukit BenderaZairil Khir JohariPH (DAP)
P049TanjongNg Wei AikPH (DAP)
P050JelutongJeff Ooi Chuan AunPH (DAP)
P051Bukit GelugorRamkarpal Singh from 25 May 2014[N 6][12]PH (DAP)
Karpal Singh until 17 April 2014PR (DAP)
P052Bayan BaruSim Tze TzinPH (PKR)
P053Balik PulauHilmi YahayaBN (UMNO)

Perak

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 13 | DAP 6 | PKR 2 | PAS 1 | PAN 1 | PSM 1
P054GerikHasbullah OsmanBN (UMNO)
P055LenggongShamsul Anuar NasarahBN (UMNO)
P056LarutHamzah ZainudinBN (UMNO)
P057Parit BuntarMujahid Yusof Rawa[N 7][10]PH (PAN)
P058Bagan SeraiNoor Azmi GhazaliBN (UMNO)
P059Bukit GantangIdris AhmadPAS
P060TaipingNga Kor MingPH (DAP)
P061Padang RengasMohamed Nazri Abdul AzizBN (UMNO)
P062Sungai SiputMichael Jeyakumar Devaraj[N 8][13]PSM
P063TambunAhmad Husni HanadzlahBN (UMNO)
P064Ipoh TimorSu Keong SiongPH (DAP)
P065Ipoh BaratM. KulasegaranPH (DAP)
P066Batu GajahV. SivakumarPH (DAP)
P067Kuala KangsarMastura Mohd Yazid from 18 June 2016 [N 9][14]BN (UMNO)
Wan Mohammad Khair-il Anuar Wan Ahmad until 5 May 2016BN (UMNO)
P068BeruasNgeh Koo HamPH (DAP)
P069ParitMohd Zaim Abu HassanBN (UMNO)
P070KamparKo Chung SenPH (DAP)
P071GopengLee Boon ChyePH (PKR)
P072TapahSaravanan MuruganBN (MIC)
P073Pasir SalakTajuddin Abdul RahmanBN (UMNO)
P074LumutMohamad Imran Abdul HamidPH (PKR)
P075Bagan DatokAhmad Zahid HamidiBN (UMNO)
P076Telok IntanMah Siew Keong from 31 May 2014[N 10][15]BN (Gerakan)
Seah Leong Peng until 1 May 2014PR (DAP)
P077Tanjong MalimOng Ka ChuanBN (MCA)

Pahang

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 8 | PKR 2 | DAP 1 | PAS 1 | IND 1 | VAC 1
P078Cameron HighlandsPalanivel Govindasamy[N 11][16]IND
P079LipisAbdul Rahman MohamadBN (UMNO)
P080RaubMohd Ariff Sabri Abd AzizPH (DAP)
P081JerantutAhmad Nazlan IdrisBN (UMNO)
P082Indera MahkotaFauzi Abdul RahmanPH (PKR)
P083KuantanFuziah SallehPH (PKR)
P084 Paya Besar Vacant since 12 February 2018 VAC
Abdul Manan Ismail until 12 February 2018 [N 12][17] BN (UMNO)
P085PekanNajib RazakBN (UMNO)
P086MaranIsmail MuttalibBN (UMNO)
P087Kuala KrauIsmail Mohamed Said (Deputy Speaker)BN (UMNO)
P088TemerlohNasrudin Hasan at-TantawiPAS
P089BentongLiow Tiong LaiBN (MCA)
P090BeraIsmail Sabri YaakobBN (UMNO)
P091RompinHasan Arifin from 5 May 2015[N 13][18]BN (UMNO)
Jamaluddin Jarjis until 4 April 2015BN (UMNO)

Selangor

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PKR 9 | BN 5 | DAP 4 | PAN 3 | PAS 1
P092Sabak BernamMohd Fasiah Mohd FakehBN (UMNO)
P093Sungai BesarBudiman Mohd Zohdi from 18 June 2016[N 14][19]BN (UMNO)
Noriah Kasnon until 5 May 2016BN (UMNO)
P094Hulu SelangorKamalanathan PanchanathanBN (MIC)
P095Tanjong KarangNoh OmarBN (UMNO)
P096Kuala SelangorIrmohizam IbrahimBN (UMNO)
P097SelayangWilliam Leong Jee KeenPH (PKR)
P098GombakMohamed Azmin AliPH (PKR)
P099AmpangZuraida KamarudinPH (PKR)
P100PandanRafizi RamliPH (PKR)
P101Hulu LangatChe Rosli Che MatPAS
P102SerdangOng Kian MingPH (DAP)
P103PuchongGobind Singh DeoPH (DAP)
P104Kelana JayaWong ChenPH (PKR)
P105Petaling Jaya SelatanHee Loy SianPH (PKR)
P106Petaling Jaya UtaraTony Pua Kiam WeePH (DAP)
P107SubangSivarasa K. RasiahPH (PKR)
P108Shah AlamKhalid Samad[N 15][10]PH (PAN)
P109KaparG. ManivannanPH (PKR)
P110KlangCharles Anthony R. SantiagoPH (DAP)
P111Kota RajaSiti Mariah Mahmud[N 16][10]PH (PAN)
P112Kuala LangatAbdullah Sani Abdul HamidPH (PKR)
P113SepangMohamed Hanipa Maidin[N 17][10]PH (PAN)

Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
DAP 5 | PKR 3 | BN 2 | IND 1
P114KepongTan Seng GiawPH (DAP)
P115BatuChua Tian ChangPH (PKR)
P116Wangsa MajuTan Kee KwongPH (PKR)
P117SegambutLim Lip EngPH (DAP)
P118SetiawangsaAhmad Fauzi ZahariBN (UMNO)
P119TitiwangsaJohari Abdul GhaniBN (UMNO)
P120Bukit BintangFong Kui LunPH (DAP)
P121Lembah PantaiNurul Izzah AnwarPH (PKR)
P122SeputehTeresa Kok Suh SimPH (DAP)
P123CherasTan Kok WaiPH (DAP)
P124Bandar Tun RazakAbdul Khalid Ibrahim[N 18][20]IND

Federal Territory of Putrajaya

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 1
P125PutrajayaTengku Adnan Tengku MansorBN (UMNO)

Negeri Sembilan

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 4 | DAP 2 | PKR 1 | VAC 1
P126 Jelebu Vacant since 6 December 2017 VAC
Zainuddin Ismail until 6 December 2017 [N 19][21] BN (UMNO)
P127JempolMohd Isa Abdul SamadBN (UMNO)
P128SerembanLoke Siew FookPH (DAP)
P129Kuala PilahHasan MalekBN (UMNO)
P130RasahTeo Kok SeongPH (DAP)
P131RembauKhairy Jamaluddin Abu BakarBN (UMNO)
P132Telok KemangKamarul Baharin AbbasPH (PKR)
P133TampinShaziman Abu MansorBN (UMNO)

Malacca

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 4 | PKR 1 | IND 1
P134Masjid TanahMas Ermieyati SamsudinBN (UMNO)
P135Alor GajahKoh Nai KwongBN (MCA)
P136Tangga BatuAbu Bakar Mohamad DiahBN (UMNO)
P137Bukit KatilShamsul Iskandar Md. AkinPH (PKR)
P138Kota MelakaSim Tong Him[N 20][22]IND
P139JasinAhmad HamzahBN (UMNO)

Johor

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 20 | DAP 4 | PKR 1 | PPBM 1
P140SegamatSubramaniam SathasivamBN (MIC)
P141SekijangAnuar Abdul ManapBN (UMNO)
P142LabisChua Tee YongBN (MCA)
P143PagohMuhyiddin Yassin[N 21][23][24]PH (PPBM)
P144LedangHamim SamuriBN (UMNO)
P145BakriEr Teck HwaPH (DAP)
P146MuarRazali IbrahimBN (UMNO)
P147Parit SulongNoraini AhmadBN (UMNO)
P148Ayer HitamWee Ka SiongBN (MCA)
P149Sri GadingAziz KaprawiBN (UMNO)
P150Batu PahatMohd Idris JusiPH (PKR)
P151Simpang RenggamLiang Teck MengBN (Gerakan)
P152KluangLiew Chin TongPH (DAP)
P153SembrongHishammuddin HusseinBN (UMNO)
P154MersingAbdul Latiff AhmadBN (UMNO)
P155TenggaraHalimah Mohd SadiqueBN (UMNO)
P156Kota TinggiNoor Ehsanuddin Mohd Harun NarrashidBN (UMNO)
P157PengerangAzalina Othman SaidBN (UMNO)
P158TebrauKhoo Soo SeangBN (MCA)
P159Pasir GudangNormala Abdul SamadBN (UMNO)
P160Johor BahruShahrir Abdul SamadBN (UMNO)
P161PulaiNur Jazlan MohamedBN (UMNO)
P162Gelang PatahLim Kit SiangPH (DAP)
P163KulaiTeo Nie ChingPH (DAP)
P164PontianAhmad MaslanBN (UMNO)
P165Tanjong PiaiWee Jeck SengBN (MCA)

Federal Territory of Labuan

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 1
P166LabuanRozman IsliBN (UMNO)

Sabah

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 21 | DAP 2 | WARISAN 2
P167KudatAbdul Rahim BakriBN (UMNO)
P168Kota MaruduMaximus Johnity OngkiliBN (PBS)
P169Kota BeludAbdul Rahman DahlanBN (UMNO)
P170TuaranWilfred Madius TangauBN (UPKO)
P171SepanggarJumat IdrisBN (UMNO)
P172Kota KinabaluJimmy Wong Sze PhinPH (DAP)
P173PutatanMarcus MojigohBN (UPKO)
P174PenampangIgnatius Dorrel Leiking[N 22][25][26]WARISAN
P175PaparRosnah Abdul Rashid ShirlinBN (UMNO)
P176KimanisAnifah AmanBN (UMNO)
P177BeaufortAzizah Mohd DunBN (UMNO)
P178SipitangSapawi AhmadBN (UMNO)
P179RanauEwon EbinBN (UPKO)
P180KeningauJoseph Pairin KitinganBN (PBS)
P181TenomRaime UnggiBN (UMNO)
P182PensianganJoseph KurupBN (PBRS)
P183BeluranRonald Kiandee (Deputy Speaker)BN (UMNO)
P184LibaranJuslie AjirolBN (UMNO)
P185Batu SapiLinda Tsen Thau LinBN (PBS)
P186SandakanWong Tien FattPH (DAP)
P187KinabatanganBung Moktar RadinBN (UMNO)
P188SilamNasrun MansurBN (UMNO)
P189SempornaMohd Shafie Apdal[N 23][27][26]WARISAN
P190TawauMary Yap Kain ChingBN (PBS)
P191KalabakanAbdul Ghapur SallehBN (UMNO)

Sarawak

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 23 | DAP 5 | PKR 1 | IND 2
P192Mas GadingNogeh GumbekBN (PDP)
P193SantubongWan Junaidi Tuanku JaafarBN (PBB)
P194Petra JayaFadillah YusofBN (PBB)
P195Bandar KuchingChong Chieng JenPH (DAP)
P196StampinJulian Tan Kok PingPH (DAP)
P197Kota SamarahanRubiah WangBN (PBB)
P198MambongJames Dawos MamitBN (PBB)
P199SerianRichard Riot JaemBN (SUPP)
P200Batang SadongNancy ShukriBN (PBB)
P201Batang LuparRohani Abdul KarimBN (PBB)
P202Sri AmanMasir KujatBN (PRS)
P203Lubok AntuWilliam Nyallau Badak[N 24][28]IND
P204BetongDouglas Uggah EmbasBN (PBB)
P205SaratokWilliam Mawan Ikom[N 25][29]BN
P206Tanjong ManisNorah Abdul RahmanBN (PBB)
P207IganWahab DolahBN (PBB)
P208SarikeiWong Ling BiuPH (DAP)
P209JulauJoseph Salang GandumBN (PRS)
P210KanowitAaron Ago DagangBN (PRS)
P211LanangAlice Lau Kiong YiengPH (DAP)
P212SibuOscar Ling Chai YewPH (DAP)
P213MukahLeo Michael ToyadBN (PBB)
P214SelangauJoseph Entulu Belaun[N 26][28]IND
P215KapitAlexander Nanta LinggiBN (PBB)
P216Hulu RajangWilson Ugak KumbongBN (PRS)
P217BintuluTiong King SingBN (PDP)
P218SibutiAhmad Lai BujangBN (PBB)
P219MiriMichael Teo Yu KengPH (PKR)
P220BaramAnyi NgauBN (PDP)
P221LimbangHasbi HabibollahBN (PBB)
P222LawasHenry Sum AgongBN (PBB)

Notes

  1. Mahfuz Omar was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  2. Kamarudin Jaffar was elected as a Pakatan Rakyat MP in the general elections, resigned from PAS and joined PKR.
  3. Mohd Hatta Ramli was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  4. Raja Kamarul Bahrin Shah was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  5. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail was elected as a Pakatan Rakyat member of parliament in a by-election following the disqualification of MP Anwar Ibrahim due to his sodomy conviction.
  6. Ramkarpal Singh was elected as a Pakatan Rakyat member of parliament on 25 May 2014 in a by-election following the death of MP Karpal Singh.
  7. Mujahid Yusof Rawa was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  8. Jeyakumar is a member of the Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM) but was elected to Parliament on the ticket of the People's Justice Party in the Pakatan Rakyat opposition coalition.
  9. Elected in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Wan Mohammad Khair-il Anuar Wan Ahmad.
  10. Mah Siew Keong was elected as a Barisan Nasional assemblymen on 31 May 2014 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Seah Leong Peng.
  11. Palanivel Govindasamy was elected as a Barisan Nasional MP in the general elections in 2013, had lost MIC membership on 25 June 2015 after being disqualified by the party.
  12. Abdul Manan Ismail was elected as a Barisan Nasional MP in the general elections in 2013, died from an accident on February 13, 2018 but his death did not necessitate a by-election.
  13. Hasan Arifin was elected as a Barisan Nasional assemblymen on 5 May 2015 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Jamaluddin Jarjis.
  14. Budiman Mohd Zohdi was elected as a Barisan Nasional assemblymen on 18 June 2016 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Noriah Kasnon.
  15. Khalid Samad was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  16. Siti Mariah Mahmud was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  17. Mohamed Hanipa Maidin was elected as a PAS assemblymen in the general elections, quit his PAS membership and joined PAN.
  18. Abdul Khalid Ibrahim was elected as a PR MP in the general elections in 2013, sacked from his PKR membership on 9 August 2014.
  19. Zainudin Ismail was elected as a Barisan Nasional MP in the general elections in 2013, died from a brain tumour on December 6, 2017, but his death did not necessitate a by-election.
  20. Sim Tong Him was elected as a PR assemblymen in the general elections in 2013, quit his DAP membership on 12 February 2017 and became an independent.
  21. Muhyiddin Yassin was elected as a BN MP in the general elections in 2013 and sacked from his UMNO membership on 24 June 2016, later joining newly formed PPBM
  22. Ignatius Dorrel Leiking was elected as a PR MP in the general elections in 2013, resigned from PKR membership on 22 September 2016 and became an independent, after which he joined a new Sabah-based party, Sabah Heritage Party.
  23. Mohd Shafie Apdal was elected as a BN MP in the general elections in 2013, resigned from UMNO membership on 4 July 2016 and became an independent, after which he joined a new Sabah-based party, Sabah Heritage Party.
  24. William Nyallau Badak was elected as a BN MP in the general elections in 2013, was sacked by his party PRS on 22 April 2018 and became an independent.
  25. William Mawan Ikom who was elected as a BN MP in the general elections in 2013, resigned from his SPDP membership on 15 May 2014 and joined Teras, an independent party friendly to Barisan Nasional.
  26. Joseph Entulu Belaun was elected as a BN MP in the general elections in 2013, was sacked by his party PRS on 22 April 2018 and became an independent.

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