Pahang State Legislative Assembly

The Pahang State Legislative Assembly (Malay: Dewan Undangan Negeri Pahang) is the unicameral state legislature of the Malaysian state of Pahang. It is composed of 42 members representing single-member constituencies throughout the state.

Member of Legislative Assembly

Dewan Undangan Negeri Pahang
ديوان اوندڠن نڬري ڤهڠ
彭亨州议会
14th Pahang State Legislative Assembly
Type
Type
History
Founded22 August 1959
Leadership
Sultan
Speaker
Ishak Muhammad, BNUMNO
since 1 July 2013
Deputy Speaker
Mohamed Jaafar, BNUMNO
since 1 July 2013
Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail, BNUMNO
since 15 May 2018
Opposition Leader
Vacant
since 2 July 2018
Secretary
Syed Ahmad Khairulanwar Alyahya Syed Abdul Rahman
Structure
Seats42
Quorum: 14
Simple majority: 22
Two-thirds majority: 28
Political groups
(As of 18 November 2019)

Government:
     Barisan Nasional (25)

  •      UMNO (24)
  •      MCA (1)

Confidence and supply:
     PAS (8)

Opposition:
     Pakatan Harapan (9)

  •      DAP (7)
  •      PKR (2)
Committees
Elections
Plurality: First-past-the-post (42 single-member constituencies)
Last election
9 May 2018
Next election
2 September 2023 or earlier
Meeting place
Wisma Seri Pahang, Kuantan, Pahang
Website
www.pahang.gov.my

The Assembly convenes at the Wisma Seri Pahang in the state capital, Kuantan.

Current composition

BN GS PH
25 8 9
24 1 8 7 2
UMNO MCA PAS DAP PKR
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party) Post
BN 25 | PH 9 | PAS 8
N1Tanah RataChiong Yoke KongPH (DAP) N/A
N2JelaiWan Rosdy Wan IsmailBN (UMNO) Menteri Besar
N3Padang TengkuMustapa LongBN (UMNO) N/A
N4ChekaLee Ah WongBN (MCA)
N5BentaMohd Soffi Abd RazakBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N6Batu TalamAbdul Aziz Mat KiramBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N7TrasChow Yu HuiPH (DAP) N/A
N8DongShahiruddin Ab MoinBN (UMNO)
N9TahanMohd Zakhwan Ahmad BadarddinGS (PAS)
N10DamakZuridan Mohd DaudGS (PAS)
N11Pulau TawarNazri NgahBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N12BeserahAndansura RabuGS (PAS) N/A
N13SemambuLee Chean ChungPH (PKR)
N14TeruntumSim Chon SiangPH (PKR)
N15Tanjung LumpurRosli Abdul JabarGS (PAS)
N16InderapuraShafik Fauzan SharifBN (UMNO)
N17Sungai LembingMd Sohaimi Mohamed ShahBN (UMNO)
N18LeparAbd Rahim MudaBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N19PanchingMohd Tarmizi YahayaGS (PAS) N/A
N20Pulau ManisKhairuddin MahmudBN (UMNO)
N21Peramu JayaSh Mohamed Puzi Sh AliBN (UMNO)
N22BebarMohd Fakhruddin Mohd ArifBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N23ChiniAbu Bakar HarunBN (UMNO) N/A
N24LuitMohd Sofian Abd JalilGS (PAS)
N25Kuala SentulShahaniza ShamsuddinBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N26ChenorMujjibur Rahman IshakGS (PAS) N/A
N27JenderakMohamed Jaafar BN (UMNO) Deputy Speaker
N28KerdauSyed Ibrahim Syed AhmadBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N29JengkaShahril Azman Abd HalimGS (PAS) N/A
N30MentakabWoo Chee WanPH (DAP)
N31LanchangMohd Sharkar ShamsudinBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N32Kuala SemantanNor Azmi Mat LudinBN (UMNO) N/A
N33BilutLee Chin ChenPH (DAP)
N34KetariSyefura OthmanPH (DAP)
N35SabaiKamache Doray RajooPH (DAP)
N36PelangaiAdnan YaakobBN (UMNO)
N37GuaiNorol Azali SulaimanBN (UMNO) EXCO member
N38TriangLeong Yu ManPH (DAP) N/A
N39KemayanMohd Fadil OsmanBN (UMNO)
N40Bukit IbamSamsiah ArshadBN (UMNO)
N41Muadzam ShahRazali KassimBN (UMNO)
N42TiomanMohd Johari HussainBN (UMNO) EXCO member

Seating arrangement

New arrangement

Role

As the state's legislative body, the Pahang State Legislative Assembly's main function is to enact laws that apply to Pahang, known as enactments. The Speaker presides over the Assembly's proceedings, and works to maintain order during debates.

The state government's executive branch (known as the State Executive Council (EXCO), or Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri), including the Menteri Besar, are drawn from the Assembly. The Menteri Besar is ceremonially appointed by the Sultan of Pahang on the basis that he is able to command a majority in the Assembly. The Menteri Besar then appoints members of the State EXCO drawing from members of the Assembly.

Pahang state elections, 2018

Summary of the 09 May 2018 Pahang State Assembly election results

 
Votes % of vote +/– Seats % of seats +/–
Barisan Nasional:275,76641.642559.55
United Malays National Organisation (UMNO)220,71533.322457.14
Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA)40,2416.0812.41
Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC)3,8790.5900.0
Malaysian People's Movement Party (GERAKAN)10,9311.6500.0
Pakatan Harapan:192,83729.12921.4
Democratic Action Party (DAP)71,39610.78716.7
People's Justice Party (PKR)64,3389.7124.8
Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM)14,7222.2200.0
National Trust Party (AMANAH)42,3816.4000.0
Others192,43229.05819.05
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS)192,20329.02819.05
Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM)2290.0300.0
Independents1,2810.1900.0
Valid votes662,316 
Invalid/blank votes11,065
Total votes673,381   
Registered voters823,981 

Source: undi.info

Election pendulum

The 14th General Election witnessed 25 governmental seats and 17 non-governmental seats filled the Pahang State Legislative Assembly. The government side has 2 safe seats and 4 fairly safe seats, while the non-government side has 4 safe seats, but has no fairly safe seat.

GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
ChekaLee Ah WongMCA35.91
Kuala SemantanNor Azmi Mat LudinUMNO36.86
TiomanMohd. Johari HussainUMNO44.03
Pulau TawarNazri NgahUMNO46.21
LanchangMohd. Sharkar ShamsudinUMNO46.84
Sungai LembingMd. Sohaimi Mohamed ShahUMNO46.90
BentaMohd. Soffi Abd. RazakUMNO47.12
LeparAbd. Rahim MudaUMNO47.14
JelaiWan Rosdy Wan IsmailUMNO47.49
Padang TengkuMustapa Hj. LongUMNO49.74
JenderakMohamed JaafarUMNO50.55
Pulau ManisKhairuddin MahmudUMNO50.71
Bukit IbamSamsiah ArshadUMNO50.95
InderapuraShafik Fauzan SharifUMNO51.67
PelangaiAdnan YaakobUMNO52.40
GuaiNorol Azali SulaimanUMNO52.41
KerdauSyed Ibrahim Syed AhmadUMNO53.22
Kuala SentulShahaniza ShamsuddinUMNO53.58
KemayanMohd. Fadil OsmanUMNO54.36
Fairly safe
Muadzam ShahIr. Razali KassimUMNO56.39
DongShahiruddin Ab. MoinUMNO56.71
Batu TalamAbd. Aziz Mat KiramUMNO57.85
Peramu JayaSh. Mohamed Puzi Sh. AliUMNO58.62
Safe
ChiniAbu Bakar HarunUMNO60.78
BebarMohd. Fakhruddin Mohd. ArifUMNO70.50
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
PanchingMohd. Tarmizi YahayaPAS38.23
BeserahAndansura RabuPAS38.36
Tanjung LumpurRosli Abdul JabarPAS39.64
DamakZuridan Mohd. DaudPAS42.59
LuitMohd. Soffian Abd. JalilPAS43.31
SabaiKamache Doray RajooDAP45.06
TahanMohd. Zakhwan Ahmad BadharuddinPAS46.40
SemambuLee Chean ChungPKR47.15
ChenorMujjibur Rahman IshakPAS47.92
JengkaShahril Azman Abd. HalimPAS50.23
MentakabWoo Chee WanDAP50.78
KetariSyefura OthmanDAP51.17
BilutLee Chin ChenDAP55.68
Safe
Tanah RataChong Yoke KongDAP60.20
TeruntumSim Chon SiangPKR61.85
TrasChow Yu HuiDAP68.47
TriangLeong Yu ManDAP70.18

See also

References

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