Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 14th Malaysian Parliament

This is a list of the members of the Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) of the 14th Parliament of Malaysia.[2]

14th Parliament of Malaysia
13th Parliament 15th Parliament
Overview
JurisdictionMalaysia
Meeting placeMalaysian Houses of Parliament
Term16 July 2018[1] present
Election2018 general election
GovernmentSeventh Mahathir cabinet
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Rakyat
Members222
SpeakerMohamad Ariff Md. Yusof, Independent
Deputy SpeakerMohd. Rashid Hasnon, PH-PKR
David Nga Kor Ming, PH-DAP
SecretaryRoosme Hamzah (until 5 December 2019)
Prime MinisterDr. Mahathir Mohamad
Leader of the OppositionDr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (until 11 March 2019)
Ismail Sabri Yaakob
Party controlPHWARISAN–UPKO coalition
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongSultan Muhammad V (until 6 January 2019)
Al-Sultan Abdullah
Sessions
1st1st Meeting:
16 July 2018 – 16 August 2018
2nd Meeting:
15 October 2018 – 11 December 2018
2nd1st Meeting:
11 March 2019 – 11 April 2019
2nd Meeting:
1 July 2019 – 18 July 2019
3rd Meeting:
7 October 2019 – 5 December 2019
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Compositions

Results of the 14th Malaysian general election (Parliament)

113 8 4 18 79
PH WARISAN OTH PAS BN
Results of the 14th Malaysian general election (Parliament)
10 May 2018
State and
federal territories
# of
seats
PKR
seats
BN
seats
PAS
seats
DAP
seats
WARISAN
seats
IND
seats
STAR
seats
 Perlis31200000
 Kedah1510230000
 Kelantan140590000
 Terengganu80260000
 Penang1311200000
 Perak24131100000
 Pahang145900000
 Selangor2220200000
 Kuala Lumpur1110000010
 Putrajaya10100000
 Negeri Sembilan85300000
 Malacca64200000
 Johor2618800000
 Labuan10100000
 Sabah2531002801
 Sarawak3141906020
Total22210479189831

Current composition of the Dewan Rakyat, 14th Malaysian Parliament

PH WARISAN UPKO BN GS GPS GBS PSB IND VAC
129 9 1 41 18 18 3 1 1 1
50 42 26 11 38 2 1 18 13 2 2 1 1 1 1
PKR DAP BERSATU AMANAH WARISAN UPKO UMNO MCA MIC PAS PBB PRS PDP SUPP STAR PBS PBRS PSB IND VAC
Current composition of the Dewan Rakyat, 14th Malaysian Parliament
as of 2 December 2019[3][4]
State and
federal territories
# of
seats
PH
seats
WARISAN
seats
UPKO
seats
BN
seats
GS
seats
GPS
seats
GBS
seats
PSB
seats
IND
seats
VAC
seats
 Perlis31002000000
 Kedah1510002300000
 Kelantan142003900000
 Terengganu81001600000
 Penang1312001000000
 Perak2415008000010
 Pahang145009000000
 Selangor2221001000000
 Kuala Lumpur1111000000000
 Putrajaya10001000000
 Negeri Sembilan85003000000
 Malacca65001000000
 Johor2618008000000
 Labuan10100000000
 Sabah2511811003001
 Sarawak31120000180100
Total222129914118183111

Last election pendulum

The 14th General Election witnessed 124 governmental seats and 98 non-governmental seats filled the Dewan Rakyat. The government side has 49 safe seats and 11 fairly safe seats, while the other side has 21 safe seats and 4 fairly safe seats.

GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Parit BuntarDr. Mujahid Yusof RawaAMANAH39.22
TemerlohAnuar Mohd. TahirAMANAH39.31
Lubok AntuJugah Muyang @ TambatPKR40.09
LumutDr. Mohd. Hatta Md. RamliAMANAH40.93
Pokok SenaMahfuz OmarAMANAH40.93
Sungai BesarMuslimin YahyaBERSATU42.11
JerlunMukhriz Dr. MahathirBERSATU42.55
Kulim-Bandar BaharuSaifuddin Nasution IsmailPKR42.62
MerbokNurin Aina AbdullahPKR43.31
TambunAhmad Faizal AzumuBERSATU44.46
KuantanFuziah SallehPKR44.57
Kuala PilahEddin Syazlee ShithBERSATU44.85
Indera MahkotaSaifuddin AbdullahPKR44.85
RaubTengku Zulpuri Shah Raja PujiDAP44.89
KaparAbdullah Sani Abdul HamidPKR44.99
RanauJonathan YasinPKR45.17
Padang SeraiKaruppaiya MuthusamyPKR45.27
Tanjong MalimChang Lih KangPKR45.44
PutatanAwang Husaini SahariPKR45.81
Kuala KedahDr. Azman IsmailPKR46.26
TampinHasan BahromAMANAH46.29
BentongWong TackDAP46.67
KangarNoor Amin AhmadPKR46.80
Tangga BatuDr. Rusnah AluaiPKR46.89
Tanjung PiaiDr. Md. Farid Md. RafikBERSATU47.29
TitiwangsaRina Mohd. HarunBERSATU47.31
Hulu SelangorJune Leow Hsiad HuiPKR47.86
PaparAhmad HassanWARISAN48.54
Sri GadingDr. Shahruddin Mohd. SallehBERSATU48.58
Sungai SiputKesavan SubramaniamPKR48.72
Kuala LangatXavier Jayakumar ArulanandamPKR49.08
Sungai PetaniJohari AbdulPKR49.21
Kubang PasuIr. Amiruddin HamzahBERSATU49.70
Kuala SelangorDr. Dzulkefly AhmadAMANAH49.98
TawauChristina Liew Chin JinPKR50.05
KalabakanMa'mun SulaimanWARISAN50.09
Lembah PantaiAhmad Fahmi Mohamed FadzilPKR50.24
Simpang RenggamDr. Maszlee MalikBERSATU50.69
Alor GajahMohd. Redzuan Md. YusofBERSATU50.73
Alor SetarChan Ming KaiPKR50.80
Kota BeludIsnaraissah Munirah Majilis @ FakharuddyWARISAN50.82
Permatang PauhNurul Izzah AnwarPKR50.89
Hang Tuah JayaShamsul Iskandar @ Yusre Mohd. AkinPKR51.01
TenomNoorita SualDAP51.10
SelangauBaru BianPKR51.11
Balik PulauMuhammad Bakthiar Wan ChikPKR51.17
SepangMohamed Hanipa MaidinAMANAH51.56
SekijangNatrah IsmailPKR51.69
LabisPang Hok LiongDAP52.17
SaratokAli BijuPKR52.18
LedangSyed Ibrahim Syed NohPKR53.06
SegamatEdmund Santhara Kumar RamanaiduPKR53.09
MuarSyed Saddiq Syed Abdul RahmanBERSATU53.09
SarikeiWong Ling BiuDAP53.57
SilamMohamaddin KetapiWARISAN54.26
Teluk IntanDavid Nga Kor MingDAP54.37
Puncak BorneoWillie MonginPKR54.65
LangkawiDr. Mahathir MohamadBERSATU54.90
PagohMuhyiddin Mohd. YassinBERSATU55.21
JulauLarry Soon @ Larry S'ng Wei ShienPKR55.28
Hulu LangatHasanuddin Mohd. YunusAMANAH55.53
Batu SapiLiew Vui KeongWARISAN55.78
Batu PahatMohd. Rashid HasnonPKR55.92
Sungai BulohSivarasa K. RasiahPKR55.97
Fairly safe
SetiawangsaNik Nazmi Nik AhmadPKR56.65
Mas GadingMordi BimolDAP56.71
Nibong TebalMansor OthmanPKR56.92
Wangsa MajuDr. Tan Yee KewPKR57.30
KamparThomas Su Keong SiongDAP57.56
Bandar Tun RazakKamarudin JaffarPKR58.58
Pasir GudangHassan Abdul KarimPKR58.68
Port DicksonDanyal Balagopal AbdullahPKR59.06
KluangWong Shu QiDAP59.20
SepanggarMohd. Azis JammanWARISAN59.47
SibuOscar Ling Chai YewDAP59.58
Safe
Shah AlamKhalid Abdul SamadAMANAH60.00
SerembanAnthony Loke Siew FookDAP60.45
BatuPrabakaran M. ParameswaranPKR60.70
SelayangWilliam Leong Jee KeenPKR61.38
TaipingTeh Kok LimDAP61.65
GopengDr. Lee Boon ChyePKR61.75
MiriDr. Michael Teo Yu KengPKR61.82
Johor BahruAkmal Nasrullah Mohd. NasirPKR62.31
BakriYeo Bee YinDAP62.65
GombakMohamed Azmin AliPKR63.10
StampinChong Chieng JenDAP63.70
PulaiSalahuddin AyubAMANAH63.81
LanangAlice Lau Yiong KiengDAP65.16
KulaiTeo Nie ChingDAP65.42
BangiDr. Ong Kian MingDAP65.60
SandakanStephen Wong Tien FattDAP67.97
BeruasJames Ngeh Koo HamDAP68.41
Petaling JayaMaria Chin AbdullahPKR68.52
Bayan BaruSim Tze TzinPKR68.88
Iskandar PuteriLim Kit SiangDAP69.24
Kota RajaMohamad SabuAMANAH70.79
AmpangZuraida KamaruddinPKR70.94
PuchongGobind Singh DeoDAP72.39
RasahCha Kee ChinDAP72.45
Kota MelakaKhoo Poay TiongDAP72.68
Kota KinabaluChan Foong HinDAP74.76
PenampangIgnatius Dorell @ Darell LeikingWARISAN75.32
PandanDr. Wan Azizah Wan IsmailPKR75.47
KlangCharles Anthony R. SantiagoDAP77.34
Batu KawanKasthuriraani P. PattoDAP78.02
Bandar KuchingDr. Kelvin Yii Lee WuenDAP79.43
JelutongSanisvara Nethaji Rayer RajajiDAP79.63
SempornaMohd. Shafie ApdalWARISAN80.20
Ipoh TimorWong Kah WohDAP80.46
SegambutHannah Yeoh Tseow SuanDAP82.07
SubangWong ChenPKR83.08
Bukit BenderaWong Hon WaiDAP83.83
Batu GajahSivakumar M. Varatharaju NaiduDAP84.17
Ipoh BaratKulasegaran V. MurugesonDAP84.90
Bukit BintangFong Kui LunDAP84.94
Bukit MertajamSteven Sim Chee KeongDAP85.40
BaganLim Guan EngDAP85.96
Bukit GelugorRamkarpal SinghDAP86.68
TanjongChow Kon YeowDAP87.25
DamansaraTony Pua Kiam WeeDAP89.00
CherasTan Kok WaiDAP89.00
SeputehTeresa Kok Suh SimDAP89.97
KepongLim Lip EngDAP92.04
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
KeningauDr. Jeffrey Gapari @ Geoffrey KitinganSTAR33.09
JeraiSabri AzitPAS33.94
Tasek GelugorShabudin YahayaUMNO35.73
Bagan SeraiDr. Noor Azmi GhazaliUMNO36.44
Kota MaruduDr. Maximus Johnity OngkiliPBS38.44
Sabak BernamMohamad Fasiah Mohd. FakehUMNO38.57
Bukit GantangSyed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul FasalUMNO39.48
Kuala KangsarMastura Mohd. YazidUMNO40.26
Padang BesarZahidi Zainul AbidinUMNO41.18
Padang RengasMohamed Nazri Abdul AzizUMNO41.50
BeaufortAzizah Mohd. DunUMNO41.72
ArauDr. Shahidan KassimUMNO41.79
Padang TerapMahdzir KhalidUMNO42.09
Kota BharuTakiyuddin HassanPAS42.24
Cameron HighlandsSivarajjh ChandranMIC42.30
BalingAbdul Azeez Abdul RahimUMNO42.60
PendangAwang HashimPAS42.69
Kepala BatasReezal Merican Naina MericanUMNO42.94
JasinAhmad HamzahUMNO43.00
Paya BesarMohd. Shahar AbdullahUMNO43.16
Tanjong KarangNoh OmarUMNO43.45
BeraIsmail Sabri YaakobUMNO43.89
Ayer HitamDr. Ir. Wee Ka SiongMCA43.98
KemamanChe Alias HamidPAS44.06
TapahSaravanan MuruganMIC44.47
JerantutAhmad Nazlan IdrisUMNO45.06
LarutHamzah ZainudinUMNO45.90
Pasir SalakTajuddin Abd RahmanUMNO46.04
PontianAhmad MaslanUMNO46.21
JempolMohd. Salim ShariffUMNO46.83
Kuala KrauDr. Ismail Mohamed SaidUMNO47.14
MachangAhmad Jazlan YaakubUMNO47.39
Pasir PutehDr. Nik Muhammad Zawawi SallehPAS47.41
LabuanRozman IsliUMNO47.59
KimanisAnifah AmanUMNO47.71
SikAhmad Tarmizi SulaimanPAS47.91
KeterehAnnuar MusaUMNO47.95
PensianganArthur Joseph KurupPBRS48.35
BesutIdris JusohUMNO48.40
ParitMohd. Nizar ZakariaUMNO48.41
Tanah MerahIkmal Hisham Abdul AzizUMNO48.44
GerikHasbullah OsmanUMNO48.49
SipitangYamani Hafez MusaUMNO48.60
Gua MusangTengku Razaleigh Tengku Mohd. HamzahUMNO48.64
SetiuShaharizukirnain Abd. KadirPAS48.65
RembauKhairy Jamaluddin Abu BakarUMNO48.87
JelebuJalaluddin AliasUMNO48.93
BachokNik Mohamed Abduh Nik Abdul AzizPAS48.93
MaranDr. Ismail Abdul MuttalibUMNO49.09
Parit SulongDr. Noraini AhmadUMNO49.19
LibaranZakaria Mohd. Edris @ TubauUMNO49.25
PutrajayaTengku Adnan Tengku MansorUMNO49.47
Hulu TerengganuRosol WahidUMNO49.60
Kuala TerengganuAhmad Amzad Mohamed @ HashimPAS49.65
LipisAbdul Rahman MohamadUMNO49.82
KudatAbd Rahim BakriUMNO49.90
Rantau PanjangSiti Zailah Mohd. YusoffPAS50.82
Bagan DatukDr. Ahmad Zahid HamidiUMNO51.37
TuaranWilfred Madius TangauUPKO51.54
Pasir MasAhmad Fadhli ShaariPAS52.44
Kuala KraiAb. Latiff Ab. RahmanPAS52.56
Kuala NerusDr. Mohd. Khairuddin Aman RazaliPAS52.66
MersingDr. Abd. Latiff AhmadUMNO53.00
RompinHasan ArifinUMNO53.54
LenggongDr. Shamsul Anuar NasarahUMNO53.97
Masjid TanahMas Ermieyati SamsudinUMNO54.10
DungunWan Hassan Mohd. RamliPAS54.17
TumpatChe Abdullah Mat NawiPAS54.33
TenggaraDr. Adham BabaUMNO54.39
BaramAnyi NgauPDP54.45
SibutiLukanisman Awang SauniPBB54.60
Pengkalan ChepaAhmad Marzuk ShaaryPAS54.88
JeliMustapa MohamedUMNO55.89
Fairly safe
Kubang KerianTuan Ibrahim Tuan ManPAS56.16
BintuluTiong King SingPDP57.05
SembrongHishammuddin HusseinUMNO59.24
MarangAbd Hadi AwangPAS59.27
Safe
BetongRobert Lawson Chuat Vincent EnteringPBB60.41
Sri AmanMasir KujatPRS61.48
PekanMohd. Najib Abdul RazakUMNO62.19
BeluranDr. Ronald KiandeeUMNO62.84
SerianRichard Riot JaemSUPP63.99
KanowitAaron Ago DagangPRS64.58
Petra JayaFadillah YusofPBB65.91
MukahHanifah Hajar TaibPBB66.90
KinabatanganBung Moktar RadinUMNO67.22
PengerangAzalina Othman SaidUMNO67.71
Hulu RajangWilson Ugak KumbongPRS68.20
Kota TinggiHalimah Mohamed SadiqueUMNO69.14
Kota SamarahanRubiah WangPBB69.90
LawasHenry Sum AgongPBB70.44
Batang LuparRohani Abdul KarimPBB70.49
LimbangHasbi HabibollahPBB72.07
KapitAlexander Nanta LinggiPBB78.91
SantubongDr. Wan Junaidi Tuanku JaafarPBB79.28
Tanjong ManisYusuf Abd. WahabPBB80.69
Batang SadongNancy ShukriPBB83.25
IganAhmad Johnie ZawawiPBB83.76

Timeline of changes of MPs and their parties

DateSeatMember of ParliamentChanges
10 May 2018 TuaranWilfred Madius Tangau (BN - UPKO)Wilfred Madius Tangau (UPKO)
11 May 2018 Kota MaruduMaximus Johnity Ongkili (BN - PBS)Maximus Johnity Ongkili (PBS)
11 May 2018 PensianganArthur Joseph Kurup (BN - PBRS)Arthur Joseph Kurup (PBRS)
12 May 2018 Lubok AntuJugah Muyang (IND)Jugah Muyang (PH - PKR)
12 May 2018 JulauLarry Sng Wei Shien (IND)Larry Sng Wei Shien (PH - PKR)
13 May 2018 BatuPrabakaran Parameswaran (IND)Prabakaran Parameswaran (PH - PKR)
12 June 2018 SantubongWan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (BN - PBB)Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 Petra JayaFadillah Yusof (BN - PBB)Fadillah Yusof (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 Kota SamarahanRubiah Wang (BN - PBB)Rubiah Wang (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 SerianRichard Riot Jaem (BN - SUPP)Richard Riot Jaem (GPS - SUPP)
12 June 2018 Batang SadongNancy Shukri (BN - PBB)Nancy Shukri (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 Batang LuparRohani Abdul Karim (BN - PBB)Rohani Abdul Karim (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 Sri AmanMasir Kujat (BN - PRS)Masir Kujat (GPS - PRS)
12 June 2018 BetongRobert Lawson Chuat Vincent Entering (BN - PBB)Robert Lawson Chuat Vincent Entering (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 Tanjong ManisYusuf Abd. Wahab (BN - PBB)Yusuf Abd. Wahab (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 IganAhmad Johnie Zawawi (BN - PBB)Ahmad Johnie Zawawi (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 KanowitAaron Ago Dagang (BN - PRS)Aaron Ago Dagang (GPS - PRS)
12 June 2018 MukahHanifah Hajar Taib (BN - PBB)Hanifah Hajar Taib (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 KapitAlexander Nanta Linggi (BN - PBB)Alexander Nanta Linggi (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 Hulu RajangWilson Ugak Kumbong (BN - PRS)Wilson Ugak Kumbong (GPS - PRS)
12 June 2018 BintuluTiong King Sing (BN - PDP)Tiong King Sing (GPS - PDP)
12 June 2018 SibutiLukanisman Awang Sauni (BN - PBB)Lukanisman Awang Sauni (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 BaramAnyi Ngau (BN - PDP)Anyi Ngau (GPS - PDP)
12 June 2018 LimbangHasbi Habibollah (BN - PBB)Hasbi Habibollah (GPS - PBB)
12 June 2018 LawasHenry Sum Agong (BN - PBB)Henry Sum Agong (GPS - PBB)
13 June 2018 Kota MaruduMaximus Johnity Ongkili (PBS)Maximus Johnity Ongkili (GBS - PBS)
13 June 2018 KeningauJeffrey Gapari Kitingan (USA - STAR)Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan (GBS - STAR)
13 June 2018 PensianganArthur Joseph Kurup (PBRS)Arthur Joseph Kurup (GBS - PBRS)
24 June 2018 Bagan SeraiNoor Azmi Ghazali (BN - UMNO)Noor Azmi Ghazali (IND)
27 June 2018 Bukit GantangSyed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal (BN - UMNO)Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal (IND)
1 July 2018 Masjid TanahMas Ermieyati Samsudin (BN - UMNO)Mas Ermieyati Samsudin (IND)
12 September 2018 Port DicksonDanyal Balagopal Abdullah (PH - PKR)Vacant
18 September 2018 JeliMustapa Mohamed (BN - UMNO)Mustapa Mohamed (IND)
19 September 2018 KimanisAnifah Aman (BN - UMNO)Anifah Aman (IND)
11 October 2018 LabuanRozman Isli (BN - UMNO)Rozman Isli (WARISAN)
13 October 2018 Port DicksonVacantAnwar Ibrahim (PH - PKR)
26 October 2018 JeliMustapa Mohamed (IND)Mustapa Mohamed (PH - PPBM)
28 November 2018 Bagan SeraiNoor Azmi Ghazali (IND)Noor Azmi Ghazali (PH - PPBM)
30 November 2018 Cameron HighlandsSivarraajh Chandran (BN - MIC)Vacant
12 December 2018 KudatAbd Rahim Bakri (BN - UMNO)Abd Rahim Bakri (IND)
12 December 2018 BeaufortAzizah Mohd Dun (BN - UMNO)Azizah Mohd Dun (IND)
12 December 2018 SipitangYamani Hafez Musa (BN - UMNO)Yamani Hafez Musa (IND)
12 December 2018 BeluranRonald Kiandee (BN - UMNO)Ronald Kiandee (IND)
12 December 2018 LibaranZakaria Mohd Edris (BN - UMNO)Zakaria Mohd Edris (IND)
13 December 2018 Masjid TanahMas Ermieyati Samsudin (IND)Mas Ermieyati Samsudin (PH - PPBM)
14 December 2018 Tanah MerahIkmal Hisham Abdul Aziz (BN - UMNO)Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz (IND)
14 December 2018 Hulu TerengganuRosol Wahid (BN - UMNO)Rosol Wahid (IND)
14 December 2018 Tasek GelugorShabudin Yahaya (BN - UMNO)Shabudin Yahaya (IND)
14 December 2018 LarutHamzah Zainudin (BN - UMNO)Hamzah Zainudin (IND)
14 December 2018 Sabak BernamMohd. Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh (BN - UMNO)Mohd. Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh (IND)
14 December 2018 MersingAbd. Latiff Ahmad (BN - UMNO)Abd. Latiff Ahmad (IND)
26 January 2019 Cameron HighlandsVacantRamli Mohd Nor (BN - Direct Member)
12 February 2019 Tanah MerahIkmal Hisham Abdul Aziz (IND)Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz (PH - PPBM)
12 February 2019 Hulu TerengganuRosol Wahid (IND)Rosol Wahid (PH - PPBM)
12 February 2019 Tasek GelugorShabudin Yahaya (IND)Shabudin Yahaya (PH - PPBM)
12 February 2019 LarutHamzah Zainudin (IND)Hamzah Zainudin (PH - PPBM)
12 February 2019 Sabak BernamMohd. Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh (IND)Mohd. Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh (PH - PPBM)
12 February 2019 MersingAbd. Latiff Ahmad (IND)Abd. Latiff Ahmad (PH - PPBM)
13 March 2019 Sri AmanMasir Kujat (GPS - PRS)Masir Kujat (PSB)
15 March 2019 KudatAbd Rahim Bakri (IND)Abd Rahim Bakri (PH - PPBM)
15 March 2019 BeaufortAzizah Mohd Dun (IND)Azizah Mohd Dun (PH - PPBM)
15 March 2019 BeluranRonald Kiandee (IND)Ronald Kiandee (PH - PPBM)
15 March 2019 LibaranZakaria Mohd Edris (IND)Zakaria Mohd Edris (PH - PPBM)
28 March 2019 SandakanStephen Wong Tien Fatt (PH - DAP)Vacant
11 May 2019 SandakanVacantVivian Wong Shir Yee (PH - DAP)
16 August 2019 KimanisAnifah Aman (IND)Vacant
17 September 2019 SipitangYamani Hafez Musa (IND)Yamani Hafez Musa (PH - PPBM)
21 September 2019 Tanjung PiaiMd Farid Md Rafik (PH - PPBM)Vacant
16 November 2019 Tanjung PiaiVacantWee Jeck Seng (BN - MCA)
18 January 2020 KimanisVacantTBA

Overall changes

Political GroupPHWARISANBNGSUSAINDUPKOGPSGBSPSBVAC
Results of GE141138791813
Seat change 16 1 38 1 2 1 18 3 1 1
Current Composition1299411801118311

Seating arrangement

This seating arrangement is the current updated arrangement as of 2 December 2019.

VacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantP059 Bukit GantangP176 Kimanis (Vacant)VacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantP183 BeluranP167 Kudat
VacantP218 SibutiP182 PensianganVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantVacantP027 Tanah MerahP042 Tasek GelugorP187 Beaufort
P206 Tanjong ManisP154 Mersing
P207 IganP221 LimbangP180 KeningauP186 SandakanP192 Mas GadingP138 Kota MelakaP219 MiriP209 SarikeiP212 SibuP093 Sungai BesarP144 LedangP118 SetiawangsaP190 TawauP105 Petaling JayaP203 Lubok AntuP198 Puncak BorneoP056 Larut
P204 BetongP220 BaramP179 RanauP134 Masjid Tanah
VacantP216 Hulu RajangP210 KanowitP201 Batang LuparP046 Batu KawanP110 KlangP051 Bukit GelugorP114 KepongP070 KamparP104 SubangP047 Nibong TebalP010 Kuala KedahP116 Wangsa MajuP141 SekijangP173 PutatanP058 Bagan SeraiVacant
VacantVacantP222 LawasP200 Batang SadongP136 Tangga BatuP159 Pasir GudangP115 BatuP178 Sipitang
VacantVacantP215 KapitP197 Kota SamarahanP217 BintuluP211 LanangP106 DamansaraP066 Batu GajahP068 BeruasP120 Bukit BintangP097 SelayangP044 Permatang PauhP094 Hulu SelangorP017 Padang SeraiP158 TebrauP209 JulauP184 Libaran
VacantP202 Sri AmanVacantP213 MukahP168 Kota MaruduP014 MerbokP002 KangarP121 Lembah PantaiP175 PaparP038 Hulu Terengganu
VacantVacantVacantP199 SerianP077 Tanjong MalimP009 Alor SetarP048 Bukit BenderaP092 Sabak Bernam
P040 KemamanVacantVacantP170 TuaranP005 JerlunP063 TambunP123 CherasP015 Sungai PetaniP109 KaparP169 Kota BeludP062 Sungai SiputP160 Johor BahruP181 Tenom
VacantP036 Kuala TerengganuP011 PendangP028 Pasir PutehP193 SantubongP049 TanjongP189 SempornaP132 Port DicksonP162 Iskandar PuteriVacantP191 KalabakanP195 Bandar KuchingP050 JelutongP166 Labuan
VacantP034 SetiuP031 Kuala KraiP020 Pengkalan ChepaP025 BachokP194 Petra JayaEDCP074 LumutP124 Bandar Tun RazakP133 TampinP140 SegamatP130 RasahP172 Kota Kinabalu
VacantP013 SikP019 TumpatP039 DungunP035 Kuala NerusP024 Kubang KerianSergeant-at-ArmP088 TemerlohP102 BangiP101 Hulu LangatP089 BentongP060 TaipingP142 Labis
VacantP012 JeraiP022 Pasir MasP023 Rantau PanjangP021 Kota BharuP037 MarangP008 Pokok SenaP113 SepangP064 Ipoh TimurP205 SaratokP152 KluangP030 Jeli
VacantP067 Kuala KangsarP156 Kota TinggiP125 PutrajayaP032 Gua MusangFthe MaceBP119 TitiwangsaP018 Kulim-Bandar BaharuP188 Lahad Datu (Silam)P071 GopengP045 Bukit Mertajam
VacantP127 JempolP086 MaranP029 MachangP153 SembrongP099 AmpangP112 Kuala LangatP185 Batu SapiP107 Sungai BulohP163 Kulai
VacantVacantP001 Padang BesarP139 JasinP073 Pasir SalakP026 KeterehP098 GombakP135 Alor GajahP108 Shah AlamP052 Bayan BaruP117 SegambutP171 Sepanggar
VacantVacantP069 ParitP091 RompinP041 Kepala BatasP007 Padang TerapP151 Simpang RenggamP146 MuarP057 Parit BuntarP137 Hang Tuah JayaP080 Raub(Senator)
VacantP165 Tanjung PiaiP126 JelebuP187 KinabatanganP095 Tanjung KarangP072 TapahGAP111 Kota RajaP096 Kuala SelangorP082 Indera MahkotaP129 Kuala PilahP196 Stampin(Senator)
VacantP078 Cameron HighlandsP081 JerantutP164 PontianP131 RembauP148 Ayer HitamP043 BaganP161 PulaiP214 SelangauP006 Kubang PasuP053 Balik Pulau(Senator)
VacantP084 Paya BesarP054 GerikP087 Kuala KrauP033 BesutP075 Bagan DatukP143 PagohP065 Ipoh BaratP145 BakriDeputy Minister (Vacant)P083 Kuantan(Senator)
P155 TenggaraP016 BalingP055 LenggongP003 ArauP085 PekanP100 Pandan (Deputy Prime Minister)P103 PuchongP122 SeputehP149 Sri GadingP076 Teluk Intan (Deputy Speaker)
P061 Padang RengasP079 LipisP147 Parit SulongP157 PengerangP090 Bera (Opposition Leader)SecretaryP004 Langkawi (Prime Minister)P128 SerembanP174 Penampang(Senator)P150 Batu Pahat (Deputy Speaker)
Speaker
Yang Di-Pertuan Agong
  • The seating arrangement is viewable at the official website of the Parliament.[5]

Elected members by state

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served the entire term of the parliament (from 16 July 2018 to present).

Perlis

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 2 | PH 1
P001Padang BesarZahidi Zainul AbidinBN (UMNO)
P002KangarNoor Amin AhmadPH (PKR)
P003ArauDr. Shahidan KassimBN (UMNO)

Kedah

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 10 | GS 3 | BN 2
P004LangkawiDr. Mahathir Mohamad
(Prime Minister)
PH (PPBM)
P005JerlunHaji Mukhriz Dr. Mahathir
(Menteri Besar of Kedah/Chairman of Muda Agricultural Development Authority)
PH (PPBM)
P006Kubang PasuIr. Haji Amiruddin Haji Hamzah
(Deputy Minister of Finance)
PH (PPBM)
P007Padang TerapMahdzir KhalidBN (UMNO)
P008Pokok SenaHaji Mahfuz Haji Omar
(Deputy Minister of Human Resources)
PH (PAN)
P009Alor SetarChan Ming KaiPH (PKR)
P010Kuala KedahDr. Azman IsmailPH (PKR)
P011PendangHaji Awang HashimGS (PAS)
P012JeraiSabri AzitGS (PAS)
P013SikAhmad Tarmizi SulaimanGS (PAS)
P014MerbokNor Azrina Surip
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Rights and Gender Equality)
PH (PKR)
P015Sungai PetaniJohari AbdulPH (PKR)
P016BalingAbdul Azeez Abdul RahimBN (UMNO)
P017Padang SeraiKaruppaiya MuthusamyPH (PKR)
P018Kulim-Bandar BaharuSaifuddin Nasution Ismail
(Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs)
PH (PKR)

Kelantan

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
GS 9 | BN 3 | PH 2
P019TumpatHaji Che Abdullah Mat NawiGS (PAS)
P020Pengkalan ChepaHaji Ahmad Marzuk ShaaryGS (PAS)
P021Kota BharuHaji Takiyuddin Haji HassanGS (PAS)
P022Pasir MasAhmad Fadhli ShaariGS (PAS)
P023Rantau PanjangHajjah Siti Zailah Mohd. YusoffGS (PAS)
P024Kubang KerianTuan Ibrahim Tuan ManGS (PAS)
P025BachokNik Mohamed Abduh Haji Nik Abdul AzizGS (PAS)
P026KeterehHaji Annuar Haji MusaBN (UMNO)
P027Tanah MerahIkmal Hisham Abdul Aziz[N 1][6]PH (PPBM)
P028Pasir PutehDr. Nik Muhammad Zawawi Haji SallehGS (PAS)
P029MachangHaji Ahmad Jazlan YaakubBN (UMNO)
P030JeliMustapa Mohamed[N 2][7][8]
(Chairman of the Select Committee on Budget)
PH (PPBM)
P031Kuala KraiAb. Latiff Ab. RahmanGS (PAS)
P032Gua MusangTengku Razaleigh Tengku Mohd. HamzahBN (UMNO)

Terengganu

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
GS 6 | BN 1 | PH 1
P033BesutHaji Idris JusohBN (UMNO)
P034SetiuShaharizukirnain Abd. KadirGS (PAS)
P035Kuala NerusDr. Mohd. Khairuddin Aman Razali at-TakiriGS (PAS)
P036Kuala TerengganuHaji Ahmad Amzad Mohamed @ HashimGS (PAS)
P037MarangHaji Abd Hadi AwangGS (PAS)
P038Hulu TerengganuHaji Rosol Wahid[N 3][6]PH (PPBM)
P039DungunHaji Wan Hassan Haji Mohd RamliGS (PAS)
P040KemamanChe Alias HamidGS (PAS)

Penang

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 12 | BN 1
P041Kepala BatasReezal Merican Naina MericanBN (UMNO)
P042Tasek GelugorHaji Shabudin Yahaya[N 4][6]PH (PPBM)
P043BaganLim Guan Eng
(Minister of Finance)
PH (DAP)
P044Permatang PauhNurul Izzah AnwarPH (PKR)
P045Bukit MertajamSim Chee Keong
(Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports)
PH (DAP)
P046Batu KawanKasthuriraani P. PattoPH (DAP)
P047Nibong TebalDr. Haji Mansor OthmanPH (PKR)
P048Bukit BenderaWong Hon WaiPH (DAP)
P049TanjongChow Kon Yeow
(Chief Minister of Penang)
PH (DAP)
P050JelutongSanisvara Nethaji Rayer RajajiPH (DAP)
P051Bukit GelugorRamkarpal Singh Karpal Singh
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee for Consideration of Bill)
PH (DAP)
P052Bayan BaruSim Tze Tzin
(Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry)
PH (PKR)
P053Balik PulauMuhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik
(Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture)
PH (PKR)

Perak

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 15 | BN 8 | IND 1
P054GerikHasbullah OsmanBN (UMNO)
P055LenggongDr. Shamsul Anuar Haji NasarahBN (UMNO)
P056LarutHamzah Zainudin[N 5][6]PH (PPBM)
P057Parit BuntarDr. Mujahid Yusof
(Minister for Religious Affairs)
PH (PAN)
P058Bagan SeraiDr. Haji Noor Azmi Ghazali[N 6][9]PH (PPBM)
P059Bukit GantangSyed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal[N 7][10]IND
P060TaipingTeh Kok LimPH (DAP)
P061Padang RengasMohamed Nazri Abdul AzizBN (UMNO)
P062Sungai SiputKesavan P. SubramaniamPH (PKR)
P063TambunAhmad Faizal Haji Azumu
(Menteri Besar of Perak)
PH (PPBM)
P064Ipoh TimorWong Kah Woh
(Chairman of Sustainable Energy Development Authority)
PH (DAP)
P065Ipoh BaratKulasegaran V. Murugeson
(Minister of Human Resources)
PH (DAP)
P066Batu GajahSivakumar M. Varatharaju NaiduPH (DAP)
P067Kuala KangsarMastura Haji Mohd. YazidBN (UMNO)
P068BeruasNgeh Koo Ham
(Speaker of Perak State Legislative Assembly)
PH (DAP)
P069ParitMohd. Nizar Haji ZakariaBN (UMNO)
P070KamparSu Keong SiongPH (DAP)
P071GopengDr. Lee Boon Chye
(Deputy Minister of Health)
PH (PKR)
P072TapahSaravanan MuruganBN (MIC)
P073Pasir SalakHaji Tajuddin Abd RahmanBN (UMNO)
P074LumutDr. Mohd. Hatta Md. Ramli
(Deputy Minister of Entrepreneurship Development)
PH (PAN)
P075Bagan DatukDr. Ahmad Zahid HamidiBN (UMNO)
P076Teluk IntanNga Kor Ming
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (DAP)
P077Tanjong MalimChang Lih KangPH (PKR)

Pahang

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
BN 9 | PH 5
P078 Cameron Highlands Ramli Mohd. Noor from 29 January 2019[N 8][11]BN (UMNO)
Sivarraajh Chandran until 30 November 2018 BN (MIC)
P079LipisHaji Abdul Rahman Haji MohamadBN (UMNO)
P080RaubTengku Zulpuri Shah Raja Puji
(Deputy Minister of Water, Land and Natural Resources)
PH (DAP)
P081JerantutHaji Ahmad Nazlan IdrisBN (UMNO)
P082Indera MahkotaSaifuddin Abdullah
(Minister of Foreign Affairs)
PH (PKR)
P083KuantanHajjah Fuziah Salleh
(Deputy Minister for Religious Affairs)
PH (PKR)
P084Paya BesarMohd. Shahar AbdullahBN (UMNO)
P085PekanMohd. Najib Haji Abd RazakBN (UMNO)
P086MaranDr. Haji Ismail Haji Abdul MuttalibBN (UMNO)
P087Kuala KrauDr. Haji Ismail Haji Mohamed SaidBN (UMNO)
P088TemerlohHaji Anuar Mohd. Tahir
(Deputy Minister of Works)
PH (PAN)
P089BentongWong Tack
(Chairman of Malaysian Timber Industry Board)
PH (DAP)
P090BeraIsmail Sabri Yaakob
(Leader of the Opposition)
BN (UMNO)
P091RompinHasan ArifinBN (UMNO)

Selangor

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 21 | BN 1
P092Sabak BernamHaji Mohamad Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh[N 9][6]PH (PPBM)
P093Sungai BesarMuslimin YahayaPH (PPBM)
P094Hulu SelangorLeow Hsiad HuiPH (PKR)
P095Tanjong KarangHaji Noh Haji OmarBN (UMNO)
P096Kuala SelangorDr. Haji Dzulkefly Ahmad
(Minister of Health)
PH (PAN)
P097SelayangWilliam Leong Jee Keen
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Major Public Appointments)
PH (PKR)
P098GombakMohamed Azmin Ali
(Minister of Economic Affairs)
PH (PKR)
P099AmpangHajjah Zuraida Kamaruddin
(Minister of Housing and Local Government)
PH (PKR)
P100PandanDr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
(Deputy Prime Minister/Minister of Women, Family and Community Development)
PH (PKR)
P101Hulu LangatHaji Hassanuddin Mohd. YunusPH (PAN)
P102BangiDr. Ong Kian Ming
(Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry)
PH (DAP)
P103PuchongGobind Singh Deo Karpal Singh
(Minister of Communication and Multimedia)
PH (DAP)
P104SubangWong Chen
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee on International Relations And Trade)
PH (PKR)
P105Petaling JayaMaria Chin Abdullah @ Mary Chin Cheen LianPH (PKR)
P106DamansaraPua Kiam WeePH (DAP)
P107Sungai BulohSivarasa K. Rasiah
(Deputy Minister of Rural Development)
PH (PKR)
P108Shah AlamHaji Khalid Abd Samad
(Minister of Federal Territories)
PH (PAN)
P109KaparAbdullah Sani Abdul HamidPH (PKR)
P110KlangCharles Anthony R. Santiago
(Chairman of the National Water Services Commission/Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Human Rights And Constitutional Affairs)
PH (DAP)
P111Kota RajaHaji Mohamad Sabu
(Minister of Defence)
PH (PAN)
P112Kuala LangatDr. Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam
(Minister of Water, Land and Natural Resources)
PH (PKR)
P113SepangMohamed Hanipa Maidin
(Deputy Minister for Law)
PH (PAN)

Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 11
P114KepongLim Lip EngPH (DAP)
P115BatuPrabakaran M. Parameswaran[N 10][12]PH (PKR)
P116Wangsa MajuDr. Tan Yee KewPH (PKR)
P117SegambutHannah Yeoh Tseow Suan
(Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development)
PH (DAP)
P118SetiawangsaNik Nazmi Nik Ahmad
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Defence and Home Affairs)
PH (PKR)
P119TitiwangsaRina Mohd. Harun
(Minister of Rural Development)
PH (PPBM)
P120Bukit BintangFong Kui LunPH (DAP)
P121Lembah PantaiAhmad Fahmi Haji Mohamed FadzilPH (PKR)
P122SeputehTeresa Kok Suh Sim
(Minister of Primary Industries)
PH (DAP)
P123CherasTan Kok Wai
(Special Envoy of Malaysia to the People's Republic of China)
PH (DAP)
P124Bandar Tun RazakHaji Kamarudin Jaffar
(Deputy Minister of Transport)
PH (PKR)

Federal Territory of Putrajaya

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

Negeri Sembilan

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 5 | BN 3
P126JelebuHaji Jalaluddin Haji AliasBN (UMNO)
P127JempolHaji Mohd. Salim Haji Shariff @ Mohd. ShariffBN (UMNO)
P128SerembanLoke Siew Fook
(Minister of Transport)
PH (DAP)
P129Kuala PilahEddin Syazlee Shith
(Deputy Minister of Communications and Multimedia)
PH (PPBM)
P130RasahCha Kee ChinPH (DAP)
P131RembauKhairy JamaluddinBN (UMNO)
P132Port DicksonAnwar Ibrahim from 13 October 2018[N 11][13]PH (PKR)
Danyal Balagopal Abdullah until 12 September 2018 PH (PKR)
P133TampinDr. Hasan BaharomPH (PAN)

Malacca

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 5 | BN 1
P134Masjid TanahHajjah Mas Ermieyati Haji Samsudin[N 12][14][6]PH (PPBM)
P135Alor GajahMohd. Redzuan Md. Yusof
(Minister of Entrepreneurship Development)
PH (PPBM)
P136Tangga BatuDr. Rusnah AluaiPH (PKR)
P137Hang Tuah JayaShamsul Iskandar @ Yusre Haji Mohd. Akin
(Deputy Minister of Primary Industries)
PH (PKR)
P138Kota MelakaKhoo Poay TiongPH (DAP)
P139JasinHaji Ahmad Haji HamzahBN (UMNO)

Johor

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 18 | BN 8
P140SegamatDr. Santhara Kumar RamanaiduPH (PKR)
P141SekijangHajjah Natrah IsmailPH (PKR)
P142LabisPang Hok LiongPH (DAP)
P143PagohHaji Muhyiddin Haji Mohd. Yassin
(Minister of Home Affairs)
PH (PPBM)
P144LedangSyed Ibrahim Syed Noh
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Election)
PH (PKR)
P145BakriYeo Bee Yin
(Minister of Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment)
PH (DAP)
P146MuarSyed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman
(Minister of Youth and Sports)
PH (PPBM)
P147Parit SulongDr. Hajjah Noraini Ahmad
(Chairwoman of the Public Accounts Committee)
BN (UMNO)
P148Ayer HitamIr. Dr. Wee Ka SiongBN (MCA)
P149Sri GadingDr. Shahruddin Md. Salleh
(Deputy Minister of Federal Territories)
PH (PPBM)
P150Batu PahatHaji Mohd. Rashid Hasnon
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
P151Simpang RenggamDr. Maszlee Malik
(Minister of Education)
PH (PPBM)
P152KluangWong Shu QiPH (DAP)
P153SembrongHishammuddin HusseinBN (UMNO)
P154MersingDr. Haji Abd. Latiff Ahmad[N 13][6]PH (PPBM)
P155TenggaraDr. Adham BabaBN (UMNO)
P156Kota TinggiHalimah Mohamed SadiqueBN (UMNO)
P157PengerangAzalina Othman SaidBN (UMNO)
P158TebrauChoong Shiau YoonPH (PKR)
P159Pasir GudangHassan Abdul Karim
(Chairman of the Special Select Committee on State and Federal Relations)
PH (PKR)
P160Johor BahruHaji Akmal Nasrullah Mohd. NasirPH (PKR)
P161PulaiHaji Salahuddin Haji Ayub
(Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry)
PH (PAN)
P162Iskandar PuteriLim Kit SiangPH (DAP)
P163KulaiTeo Nie Ching
(Deputy Minister of Education)
PH (DAP)
P164PontianHaji Ahmad Haji MaslanBN (UMNO)
P165Tanjung PiaiWee Jeck Seng from 16 November 2019[N 14][15]BN (MCA)
Dr. Md. Farid Md. Rafik until 21 September 2019PH (PPBM)

Federal Territory of Labuan

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
WARISAN 1
P166LabuanRozman Haji Isli[N 15][16]WARISAN

Sabah

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
PH 11 | WARISAN 8 | UPKO 1 | GBS 3 | BN 1 | VAC 1
P167KudatHaji Abd Rahim Bakri[N 16][17][18]PH (PPBM)
P168Kota MaruduDr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili[N 17][19]GBS (PBS)
P169Kota BeludIsnaraissah Munirah Majilis @ Fakharuddy
(Deputy Minister of Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment)
WARISAN
P170TuaranWilfred Madius Tangau[N 18][20]
(Deputy Chief Minister I of Sabah)
UPKO
P171SepanggarMohd Azis Jamman
(Deputy Minister of Home Affairs)
WARISAN
P172Kota KinabaluChan Foong Hin
(Chairman of the Labuan Port Authority)
PH (DAP)
P173PutatanAwang Husaini Haji SahariPH (PKR)
P174PenampangDarell Leiking
(Minister of International Trade and Industry)
WARISAN
P175PaparHaji Ahmad HassanWARISAN
P176KimanisVacant since 16 August 2019VAC
Anifah Haji Aman until 16 August 2019[N 19][21][22]IND
P177BeaufortHajjah Azizah Haji Mohd. Dun[N 20][17][18]PH (PPBM)
P178SipitangHaji Yamani Hafez Musa[N 21][23]PH (PPBM)
P179RanauJonathan Yasin
(Chairman of Malaysia Cocoa Board)
PH (PKR)
P180KeningauDr. Jeffrey G. KitinganGBS (STAR)
P181TenomNoorita SualPH (DAP)
P182PensianganArthur Joseph Kurup[N 22][24]GBS (PBRS)
P183BeluranDr. Ronald Kiandee[N 23][17][18]PH (PPBM)
P184LibaranZakaria Haji Mohd. Edris @ Tubau[N 24][17][18]PH (PPBM)
P185Batu SapiLiew Vui Keong
(Minister for Law)
WARISAN
P186SandakanVivian Wong Shir Yee from 11 May 2019[N 25][25]PH (DAP)
Wong Tien Fatt until 28 March 2019 PH (DAP)
P187KinabatanganBung Moktar RadinBN (UMNO)
P188Lahad Datu (Silam)Mohamaddin Ketapi
(Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture)
WARISAN
P189SempornaHaji Mohd. Shafie Haji Apdal
(Chief Minister of Sabah)
WARISAN
P190TawauLiew Chin Jin
(Deputy Chief Minister II of Sabah)
PH (PKR)
P191KalabakanMa'mun Haji SulaimanWARISAN

Sarawak

On 12 June 2018, all Sarawak-based BN parties, i.e. Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) and Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP), officially left BN and formed a new coalition Sarawak Parties Alliance due to BN's defeat in general elections on 9 May 2018.[26]

No. Federal Constituency Member Party
GPS 18 | PH 12 | PSB 1
P192Mas GadingMordi BimolPH (DAP)
P193SantubongDr. Haji Wan Junaidi Tuanku JaafarGPS (PBB)
P194Petra JayaHaji Fadillah Haji Yusof
(Special Select Committee on Science, Innovation and Environment)
GPS (PBB)
P195Bandar KuchingDr. Kelvin Yii Lee WuenPH (DAP)
P196StampinChong Chieng Jen
(Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs/Opposition Leader of Sarawak State Legislative Assembly)
PH (DAP)
P197Kota SamarahanRubiah Haji WangGPS (PBB)
P198Puncak BorneoWillie MonginPH (PKR)
P199SerianRichard Riot JaemGPS (SUPP)
P200Batang SadongHajjah Nancy Haji ShukriGPS (PBB)
P201Batang LuparHajjah Rohani Haji Abdul KarimGPS (PBB)
P202Sri AmanMasir Kujat[N 26][27]PSB
P203Lubok AntuJugah Muyang @ Tambat[N 27][28]PH (PKR)
P204BetongRobert Lawson Chuat Vincent EnteringGPS (PBB)
P205SaratokAli BijuPH (PKR)
P206Tanjong ManisYusuf Abd. WahabGPS (PBB)
P207IganHaji Ahmad Johnie ZawawiGPS (PBB)
P208SarikeiWong Ling BiuPH (DAP)
P209JulauLarry Soon @ Larry S'ng Wei Shien[N 28][28]
(Chairman of Malaysia Pepper Board)
PH (PKR)
P210KanowitAgo DagangGPS (PRS)
P211LanangAlice Lau Kiong Yieng
(Chairwoman of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
PH (DAP)
P212SibuOscar Ling Chai YewPH (DAP)
P213MukahHajjah Hanifah Hajar Taib-AlsreeGPS (PBB)
P214SelangauBaru Bian
(Minister of Works)
PH (PKR)
P215KapitAlexander Nanta LinggiGPS (PBB)
P216Hulu RajangUgak KumbongGPS (PRS)
P217BintuluTiong King SingGPS (PDP)
P218SibutiLukanisman Awang SauniGPS (PBB)
P219MiriDr. Michael Teo Yu KengPH (PKR)
P220BaramAnyi NgauGPS (PDP)
P221LimbangHaji Hasbi HabibollahGPS (PBB)
P222LawasHenry Sum AgongGPS (PBB)

Notes

  1. Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 14 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 12 February 2019.
  2. Mustapa Mohamed contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 18 September 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 26 October 2018.
  3. Rosol Wahid contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 14 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 12 February 2019.
  4. Shabudin Yahaya contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 14 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 12 February 2019.
  5. Hamzah Zainudin contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 14 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 12 February 2019.
  6. Noor Azmi Ghazali contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 24 June 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 28 November 2018.
  7. Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 24 June 2018 and became an independent.
  8. Ramli Mohd. Noor contested the by-election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, after the disqualification of the previous MP, Sivarraajh Chandran, who is also from Barisan Nasional (MIC), due to election offences during the 2018 general election.
  9. Mohamad Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 14 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 12 February 2019.
  10. Prabakaran Parameswaran contested the general election as an independent candidate, after which he joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 13 May 2018.
  11. Anwar Ibrahim contested the by-election as an Pakatan Harapan (PKR) candidate and win the seat on 13 October 2018, replacing the incumbent MP Danyal Balagopal Abdullah, who is also from Pakatan Harapan (PKR), who vacated his seat on 12 September 2018.
  12. Mas Ermieyati Samsudin contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which she left the party on 1 July 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 13 December 2018.
  13. Abd. Latiff Ahmad contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 14 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 12 February 2019.
  14. Wee Jeck Seng contested and won the by-election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (MCA), replacing the previous MP Dr. Md. Farid Md. Rafik, from Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU), following the death of incumbent who died of heart complications on 21 September 2019.
  15. Rozman Isli contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 11 October 2018 and joined the Sabah Heritage Party.
  16. Abd Rahim Bakri contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 12 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 14 March 2019.
  17. Maximus Johnity Ongkili contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional candidate, after which his party PBS officially left Barisan Nasional on 12 May 2018.
  18. Wilfred Madius Tangau contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional candidate, after which his party UPKO officially left Barisan Nasional on 10 May 2018.
  19. Anifah Aman contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 19 September 2018 and became an independent. His seat that shall declared null and void by an election court on 16 August 2019, however is still in pending court appeal without any news about it, thus still remaining his seat (for temporary) in Dewan Rakyat as incumbent Kimanis MP. Until finally Federal Court decides to dismissed his appeal against the Election Court’s nullification of his election as Kimanis MP on 2 December 2019.
  20. Azizah Mohd. Dun contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which she left the party on 12 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 14 March 2019.
  21. Yamani Hafez Musa contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 12 December 2018 to become an independent, and later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 17 September 2019.
  22. Arthur Joseph Kurup contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional candidate, after which his party PBRS officially left Barisan Nasional on 11 May 2018.
  23. Ronald Kiandee contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 12 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 14 March 2019.
  24. Zakaria Mohd. Edris contested the general election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO), after which he left the party on 12 December 2018 and became an independent, later joined Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU) on 14 March 2019.
  25. Vivian Wong Shir Yee contested and won the by-election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (DAP), following the death of incumbent Wong Tien Fatt on 28 March 2019.
  26. Masir Kujat contested the general election as PRS (Barisan Nasional) candidate, after which he quit and joined PSB on 13 March 2019.
  27. Jugah Muyang contested the general election as an independent candidate, after which he joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 12 May 2018.
  28. Larry S'ng Wei Shien contested the general election as an independent candidate, after which he joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 12 May 2018.

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