List of Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2018–)

List of Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2013–18)
List of Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2018–)

The following are the members of the Dewan Undangan Negeri or state assemblies, elected in the 2018 state elections which was part of the 2018 Malaysian general elections. Also included are the list of the Sarawak state assembly members who were elected in 2016.[1]

Name Member (with seat) Ideology Leader(s) 2018 result
Votes (%) Seats State Seats
PH Pakatan Harapan
Alliance of Hope
PKR · DAP · PPBM · AMANAH Reformism/Progressivism Mahathir Mohamad 45.32
113 / 222
226 / 505
BN Barisan Nasional
National Front
UMNO · MCA · MIC (quitted PBB · SUPP · PDP · PRS · PBS · LDP · PBRS · UPKO) National conservatism Najib Razak 33.51
79 / 222
166 / 505
GS Gagasan Sejahtera
Ideas of Prosperity
PAS Islamic conservatism Abdul Hadi Awang 16.77
18 / 222
90 / 505
WARISAN Sabah Heritage Party
Parti Warisan Sabah
N/A Regionalism Mohd. Shafie Apdal 2.3
8 / 222
21 / 505
STAR Homeland Solidarity Party
Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku
N/A Regionalism Jeffrey Kitingan 0.55
1 / 222
2 / 505
Independent 0.58
3 / 222
0 / 505

Perlis

14th Perlis State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Perlis
Meeting place Perlis State Assembly Complex, Kangar
Term 20 July 2018[2] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Perlis State Executive Council
Website www.perlis.gov.my
Members 15
Speaker Hamdan Bahari
Deputy Speaker Mohd Shukri Ramli
Secretary Syed Omar Sharifuddin
Government Leader Azlan Man
Opposition Leader Asrul Nizan Abd Jalil
Party control Barisan Nasional
Sovereign
Raja Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin
Sessions
1st 20 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
BN 9 | PH 3 | PAS 2 | IND 1
N1Titi TinggiTeh Chai Aan
(EXCO Member)
BN (MCA)
N2BeseriRuzaini Rais
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N3ChupingAsmaiza Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N4Mata AyerSiti Berenee Yahaya
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N5SantanAzizan Sulaiman
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N6BintongAzlan Man
(Menteri Besar)
BN (IND)
N7SenaAsrul Nizan Abd. Jalil
(State Opposition Leader)
PH (PKR)
N8Indera KayanganGan Ay LingPH (PKR)
N9Kuala PerlisNor Azam KarapPH (PKR)
N10KayangHamizan Hassan
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N11PauhRozieana Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N12Tambun TulangIsmail Kassim[N 1][3]IND
N13Guar SanjiMohd. Ridzuan HashimPAS
N14Simpang EmpatNurulhisham Yaakob
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N15SanglangMohd. Shukri Ramli
(Deputy Speaker)
PAS

Kedah

14th Kedah State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Kedah
Meeting place Wisma Darul Aman, Alor Setar
Term 4 July 2018[4] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Kedah State Executive Council
Website mmk.kedah.gov.my
Members 36
Speaker Ahmad Kassim
Deputy Speaker Johari Bulat
Secretary Iqbal Ahmad
Government Leader Mukhriz Mahathir
Opposition Leader Muhammad Sanusi Md. Nor
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Sallehuddin
Sessions
1st 4 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 18 | PAS 15 | BN 3
N1Ayer HangatJohari Bulat
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (BERSATU)
N2KuahMohd. Firdaus AhmadPH (BERSATU)
N3Kota SiputehDr. Salmee Said
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N4Ayer HitamAzhar IbrahimPAS
N5Bukit Kayu HitamHalimaton Shaadiah Saad
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N6JitraMukhriz Dr. Mahathir
(Menteri Besar)
PH (BERSATU)
N7Kuala NerangMohamad Yusoff ZakariaPAS
N8PeduMohd. Radzi Md. AminPAS
N9Bukit LadaSalim MahmoodPAS
N10Bukit PinangRomani Wan SalinPAS
N11DergaTan Kok Yew
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N12Suka MenantiZamri Yusuf
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N13Kota Darul AmanTeh Swee LeongPH (DAP)
N14Alor MengkuduPhahrolrazi Mohd. ZawawiPH (AMANAH)
N15Anak BukitAmiruddin Hamzah
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N16Kubang RotanMohd. Asmirul Anuar Aris
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N17Pengkalan KundorDr. Ismail Salleh
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N18TokaiMohd. Hayati OthmanPAS
N19Sungai TiangSuraya YaacobBN (UMNO)
N20Sungai LimauMohd. Azam SamatPAS
N21Guar ChempedakDr. Ku Abdul Rahman Ku IsmailBN (UMNO)
N22GurunJohari AbdulPH (PKR)
N23BelantekMad Isa ShafiePAS
N24JeneriMuhammad Sanusi Md. Noor
(State Opposition Leader)
PAS
N25Bukit SelambauSummugam Rengasamy
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N26Tanjong DawaiHanif GhazaliPAS
N27Pantai MerdekaAhmad Fadzli HashimPAS
N28Bakar ArangOoi Tze Min
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N29SidamRobert Ling Kui EePH (PKR)
N30BayuAbd. Nasir IdrisPAS
N31KupangNajmi AhmadPAS
N32Kuala KetilMansor ZakariaPAS
N33Merbau PulasSiti Aishah GhazaliPAS
N34LunasAzman Nasrudin
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N35KulimYeo Keng ChuanPH (PKR)
N36Bandar BaharuNorsabrina Mohd. NoorBN (UMNO)

Kelantan

14th Kelantan State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Kelantan
Meeting place Kota Darul Naim, Kota Bharu
Term 28 June 2018[5] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Kelantan State Executive Council
Website www.kelantan.gov.my
Members 45
Speaker Abdullah Ya'kub
Deputy Speaker Abdul Fattah Mahmood
Secretary Mohd Zaika Yamani Ibrahim
Government Leader Ahmad Yakob
Opposition Leader Md Alwi Che Ahmad
Party control Malaysian Islamic Party
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Muhammad V
Sessions
1st 28 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PAS 37 | BN 8
N1Pengkalan KuborWan Roslan Wan Hamat
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N2KelaboranMohd. Adanan HassanPAS
N3Pasir PekanAhmad Yaakob
(Menteri Besar)
PAS
N4Wakaf BharuMohd. Rusli AbdullahPAS
N5KijangDr. Izani Husin
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N6ChempakaAhmad Fathan MahmoodPAS
N7PanchorMohd. Amar Nik Abdullah
(Deputy Menteri Besar)
PAS
N8Tanjong MasRohani IbrahimPAS
N9Kota LamaAnuar Tan AbdullahPAS
N10Bunut PayongRamli MamatPAS
N11TendongRozi MuhamadPAS
N12Pengkalan PasirHanifa Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N13MerantiMohd. Nassuruddin Daud
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N14ChetokZuraidin AbdullahPAS
N15Gual PeriokMohamad AwangPAS
N16Apam PutraAbdul Rasul MohamedPAS
N17SalorSaiful Adli Abu BakarPAS
N18Pasir TumbohAbd. Rahman YunusPAS
N19DemitMumtaz Md. Nawi
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N20TawangHassan MohamoodPAS
N21Pantai IramaMohd Huzaimy Che HusinPAS
N22JelawatAbdul Azziz KadirPAS
N23MelorDr. Md. Yusnan YusofPAS
N24KadokAzami Mohd. Nor
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N25Kok LanasMd. Alwi Che Ahmad
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N26Bukit PanauAbdul Fatah Mahmood
(Deputy Speaker)
PAS
N27Gual IpohBakri MustaphaBN (UMNO)
N28KemahangMd. Anizam Ab. Rahman
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N29SelisingTuan Mohd. Sharipudin Tuan Ismail
(EXCO Member)
GS (PAS)
N30LimbonganMohd. Nazlan Mohamed HasbullahPAS
N31SemerakWan Hassan Wan IbrahimPAS
N32GaalMohd Rodzi Ja'afarPAS
N33Pulai ChondongAzhar SallehPAS
N34TemanganDr. Mohamed Fadzli Hassan
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N35KemuningMohd. Roseli IsmailPAS
N36Bukit BungaMohd. Adhan KechikBN (UMNO)
N37Air LanasMustapa MohamedBN (UMNO)
N38Kuala BalahAbd. Aziz DerashidBN (UMNO)
N39MengkebangMuhammad Mat SulaimanPAS
N40GuchilHilmi AbdullahPAS
N41Manek UraiMohd. Fauzi AbdullahPAS
N42DabongKu Mohd. Zaki Ku HussienPAS
N43NenggiriAb. Aziz YusoffBN (UMNO)
N44PalohAmran ArifinBN (UMNO)
N45GalasMohd. Syahbuddin HashimBN (UMNO)

Terengganu

14th Terengganu State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Terengganu
Meeting place Wisma Darul Iman, Kuala Terengganu
Term 1 July 2018[6] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Terengganu State Executive Council
Website www.terengganu.gov.my
Members 32
Speaker Yahaya Ali
Secretary Zulkifli Isa
Government Leader Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar
Opposition Leader Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman
Party control Malaysian Islamic Party
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin
Sessions
1st 1 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PAS 22 | BN 10
N1Kuala BesutTengku Zaihan Che Ku Abd. RahmanBN (UMNO)
N2Kota PuteraMohd. Nurkhuzaini Ab. Rahman
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N3JertihMuhammad Pehimi YusofBN (UMNO)
N4Hulu BesutNawi MohamadBN (UMNO)
N5JabiDr. Azman Ibrahim
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N6PermaisuriAbdul Halim JusohBN (UMNO)
N7LangkapSabri Mohd. NoorBN (UMNO)
N8Batu RakitBazlan Abd. RahmanBN (UMNO)
N9TepuhHishamuddin Abd. KarimPAS
N10Buluh GadingRidzuan HashimPAS
N11Seberang TakirAhmad Razif Abd. Rahman
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N12Bukit TunggalDr. Alias Razak
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N13Wakaf MempelamWan Shukairi Wan Abdullah
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N14BandarAhmad Shah MuhamedPAS
N15LadangTengku Hassan Tengku Omar
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N16Batu BurukMuhammad Khalil Abdul HadiPAS
N17Alur LimbatAriffin Deraman
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N18Bukit PayungMohd. Nor Hamzah
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N19Ru RendangDr. Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar
(Menteri Besar)
PAS
N20Pengkalan BeranganSulaiman SulongPAS
N21TelemungRozi MamatBN (UMNO)
N22ManirHilmi HarunPAS
N23Kuala BerangDr. Mamad Puteh
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N24AjilMaliaman KassimPAS
N25Bukit BesiRoslee DaudBN (UMNO)
N26Rantau AbangAlias HarunPAS
N27SuraWan Hapandi Wan NikPAS
N28PakaSaiful Bahri Mamat
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N29KemasikSaiful Azmi SuhailiPAS
N30KijalAhmad SaidBN (UMNO)
N31CukaiHanafiah Mat
(EXCO Member)
PAS
N32Air PutihAb. Razak IbrahimPAS

Penang

14th Penang State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Penang
Meeting place Penang State Assembly Building, George Town
Term 2 August 2018[7] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Penang State Executive Council
Website dun.penang.gov.my
Members 40
Speaker Law Choo Kiang
Deputy Speaker Amar Pritpal Abdullah
Secretary Mohd Farulizam Che Meh
Government Leader Chow Kon Yeow
Opposition Leader Muhamad Yusoff Mohd Noor
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua Negeri Abdul Rahman Abbas
Sessions
1st 2 August 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 37 | BN 2 | PAS 1
N01PenagaMohd. Yusni Mat PiahPAS
N02BertamKhaliq Mehtab Mohd. IshaqPH (BERSATU)
N03Pinang TunggalAhmad Zakiyuddin Abd. Rahman
(Deputy Chief Minister)
PH (PKR)
N04Permatang BeranganNor Hafizah OthmanBN (UMNO)
N05Sungai DuaMuhamad Yusoff Mohd. Noor
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N06Telok Ayer TawarMustafa Kamal AhmadPH (PKR)
N07Sungai PuyuPhee Boon Poh
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N08Bagan JermalSoon Lip Chee
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N09Bagan DalamSatees MuniandyPH (DAP)
N10Seberang JayaAfif Bahardin
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N11Permatang PasirFaiz FadzilPH (AMANAH)
N12PenantiNorlela AriffinPH (PKR)
N13BerapitHeng Lee LeePH (DAP)
N14Machang BubokLee Khai LoonPH (PKR)
N15Padang LalangChong Eng
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N16PeraiRamasamy Palanisamy
(Deputy Chief Minister)
PH (DAP)
N17Bukit TengahGooi Hsiao-LeungPH (PKR)
N18Bukit TambunGoh Choon AikPH (PKR)
N19JawiH’ng Mooi LyePH (DAP)
N20Sungai BakapAmar Pritpal Abdullah
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
N21Sungai AchehZulkifli IbrahimPH (PKR)
N22Tanjong BungaZairil Khir Johari
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N23Air PutihLim Guan EngPH (DAP)
N24Kebun BungaOng Khan LeePH (PKR)
N25Pulau TikusChris Lee Chun KitPH (DAP)
N26Padang KotaChow Kon Yeow
(Chief Minister)
PH (DAP)
N27Pengkalan KotaGooi Zi SenPH (DAP)
N28KomtarTeh Lai HengPH (DAP)
N29Datok KeramatJagdeep Singh Deo
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N30Sungai PinangLim Siew KhimPH (DAP)
N31Batu LancangOng Ah TeongPH (DAP)
N32Seri DelimaSyerleena Abdul RashidPH (DAP)
N33Air ItamJoseph Ng Soon SeongPH (DAP)
N34Paya TerubongYeoh Soon Hin
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N35Batu UbanKumaresan AramugamPH (PKR)
N36Pantai JerejakSaifuddin Nasution IsmailPH (PKR)
N37Batu MaungAbdul Halim Hussain
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N38Bayan LepasAzrul Mahathir AzizPH (AMANAH)
N39Pulau BetongMohd. Tuah IsmailPH (PKR)
N40Telok BahangZolkifly Md. LazimPH (BERSATU)

Perak

14th Perak State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Perak
Meeting place Bangunan Perak Darul Ridzuan, Ipoh
Term 3 July 2018[8] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Perak State Executive Council
Website www.perak.gov.my
Members 59
Speaker James Ngeh Koo Ham
Deputy Speaker Aminuddin Zulkipli
Secretary Shahrul Azam Shaari
Government Leader Ahmad Faizal Azumu
Opposition Leader Saarani Mohamad
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah
Sessions
1st 3 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 30 | BN 25 | PAS 3 | IND 1
N1Pengkalan HuluAznel IbrahimBN (UMNO)
N2TemenggorSalbiah MohamedBN (UMNO)
N3KeneringMohd. Tarmizi IdrisBN (UMNO)
N4Kota TampanSaarani Mohamad
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N5SelamaMohd. Akmal KamaruddinPAS
N6Kubu GajahKhalil YahayaPAS
N7Batu KurauMuhammad Amin ZakariaBN (UMNO)
N8Titi SerongHasnul Zulkarnain Abdul Munaim
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N9Kuala KurauAbdul Junus Jamhari
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N10Alor PongsuSham Mat SahatBN (UMNO)
N11Gunong SemanggolRazman ZakariaPAS
N12SelinsingMohamad Noor DawooBN (UMNO)
N13Kuala SepetangMohd. Kamaruddin Abu BakarBN (UMNO)
N14Changkat JeringAhmad Saidi Mohamad DaudBN (UMNO)
N15TrongJamilah ZakariaBN (UMNO)
N16KamuntingMuhd. Fadhil NuruddinPH (AMANAH)
N17Pokok AssamLeow Thye YihPH (DAP)
N18AulongDavid Nga Kor MingPH (DAP)
N19ChenderohZainun Mat NoorBN (UMNO)
N20Lubok MerbauJurij JalaluddinBN (UMNO)
N21LintangMohd. Zolkafly HarunBN (UMNO)
N22JalongLoh Sze YeePH (DAP)
N23ManjoiAsmuni Awi
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N24Hulu KintaMuhammad Arafat Varisai MuhamadPH (PKR)
N25CanningJenny Choy Tsi JenPH (DAP)
N26Tebing TinggiAbdul Aziz Bari
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N27Pasir PinjiHoward Lee Chuan How
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N28BerchamOng Boon PiowPH (DAP)
N29KepayangKo Chung SenPH (DAP)
N30BuntongSivasubramaniam AthinarayananPH (DAP)
N31JelapangCheah Poh HianPH (DAP)
N32MenglembuChaw Kam FoonPH (DAP)
N33TronohYong Choo Kiong
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N34Bukit ChandanMaslin Sham RazmanBN (UMNO)
N35ManongMohd. Zuraimi RazaliBN (UMNO)
N36Pengkalan BaharuAbd. Manap HashimBN (UMNO)
N37Pantai RemisWong May Ing
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N38AstakaTeoh Yee ChernPH (DAP)
N39BelanjaKhairudin Abu HanipahBN (UMNO)
N40BotaKhairul Shahril MohamedBN (UMNO)
N41Malim NawarLeong Cheok KengPH (DAP)
N42KeranjiChang ZheminPH (DAP)
N43Tualang SekahNolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi[N 2][9]IND
N44Sungai RapatMohamad Nizar Jamaluddin
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N45Simpang PulaiTan Kar Hing
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N46TejaNg Shy ChingPH (PKR)
N47ChenderiangAhmad Faizal Azumu
(Menteri Besar)
PH (BERSATU)
N48Ayer KuningSamsudin Abu HassanBN (UMNO)
N49Sungai ManikZainol Fadzi Paharudin[N 3][10]PH (BERSATU)
N50Kampong GajahWan Norashikin Wan NordinBN (UMNO)
N51Pasir PanjangYahaya Mat NorPH (AMANAH)
N52PangkorZambry Abd. KadirBN (UMNO)
N53RungkupShahrul Zaman YahyaBN (UMNO)
N54Hutan MelintangKhairuddin TarmiziBN (UMNO)
N55Pasir BedamarTerence NaiduPH (DAP)
N56Changkat JongMohd. Azhar JamaluddinBN (UMNO)
N57SungkaiSivanesan Achalingam
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N58SlimMohd. Khusairi Abdul TalibBN (UMNO)
N59BehrangAminuddin Zulkipli
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (AMANAH)

Pahang

14th Pahang State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Pahang
Meeting place Wisma Seri Pahang], Kuantan
Term 2 July 2018[11] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Pahang State Executive Council
Website www.pahang.gov.my
Members 42
Speaker Ishak Muhammad
Deputy Speaker Mohamed Jaafar
Secretary Syed Ahmad Khirulanwar Alyahya Syed Abdul Rahman
Government Leader Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail
Opposition Leader Vacant
Party control Barisan Nasional
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Ahmad Shah
Sessions
1st 2 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
BN 25 | PH 9 | PAS 8
N1Tanah RataChong Yoke KongPH (DAP)
N2JelaiWan Rosdy Wan Ismail
(Menteri Besar)
BN (UMNO)
N3Padang TengkuMustapa LongBN (UMNO)
N4ChekaLee Ah WongBN (MCA)
N5BentaMohd. Soffi Abd. Razak
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N6Batu TalamAbd. Aziz Mat Kiram
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N7TrasChow Yu HuiPH (DAP)
N8DongShahiruddin Ab. MoinBN (UMNO)
N9TahanMohd. Zakhwan Ahmad BadarddinPAS
N10DamakZuridan Mohd. DaudPAS
N11Pulau TawarNazri Ngah
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N12BeserahAndansura RabuPAS
N13SemambuLee Chean ChungPH (PKR)
N14TeruntumSim Chon SiangPH (PKR)
N15Tanjung LumpurRosli Abdul JabarPAS
N16InderapuraShafik Fauzan SharifBN (UMNO)
N17Sungai LembingMd. Sohaimi Mohamed ShahBN (UMNO)
N18LeparAbd. Rahim Muda
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N19PanchingMohd. Tarmizi YahayaPAS
N20Pulau ManisKhairuddin MahmudBN (UMNO)
N21Peramu JayaSh. Mohamed Puzi Sh. AliBN (UMNO)
N22BebarMohamad Fakhruddin Mohd. Ariff
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N23ChiniAbu Bakar HarunBN (UMNO)
N24LuitMohd. Sofian Abd. JalilPAS
N25Kuala SentulShahaniza Shamsuddin
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N26ChenorMujjibur Rahman IshakPAS
N27JenderakMohamed Jaafar
(Deputy Speaker)
BN (UMNO)
N28KerdauSyed Ibrahim Syed Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N29JengkaShahril Azman Abd. HalimPAS
N30MentakabWoo Chee WanPH (DAP)
N31LanchangMohd. Sharkar Shamsuddin
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N32Kuala SemantanNor Azmi Mat LudinBN (UMNO)
N33BilutLee Chin ChenPH (DAP)
N34KetariSyefura OthmanPH (DAP)
N35SabaiKamache Doray RajooPH (DAP)
N36PelangaiAdnan YaakobBN (UMNO)
N37GuaiNorol Azali Sulaiman
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)
N38TriangLeong Yu ManPH (DAP)
N39KemayanMohd. Fadil OsmanBN (UMNO)
N40Bukit IbamSamsiah ArshadBN (UMNO)
N41Muadzam ShahRazali KassimBN (UMNO)
N42TiomanMohd. Johari Hussain
(EXCO Member)
BN (UMNO)

Selangor

14th Selangor State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Selangor
Meeting place Bangunan Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah
Term 26 June 2018[12] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Selangor State Executive Council
Website dewan.selangor.gov.my
Members 56
Speaker Ng Suee Lim
Deputy Speaker Mohd. Khairuddin Othman
Secretary Mohd. Khairul Ashraff Razali
Government Leader Amirudin Shari
Opposition Leader Rizam Ismail
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah
Sessions
1st 26 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 49 | BN 4 | VAC 2 | PAS 1
N1Sungai Air TawarRizam Ismail
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N2SabakAhmad Mustain OthmanPH (AMANAH)
N3Sungai PanjangMohd. Imran TamrinBN (UMNO)
N4SekinchanNg Suee Lim
(Speaker)
PH (DAP)
N5Hulu BernamRosni SoharBN (UMNO)
N6Kuala Kubu BaharuLee Kee HiongPH (DAP)
N7Batang KaliHarumaini OmarPH (BERSATU)
N8Sungai BurongMohd. Shamsuddin LiasBN (UMNO)
N9PermatangRozana Zainal AbidinPH (PKR)
N10Bukit MelawatiJuwairiya ZulkifliPH (PKR)
N11IjokIdris AhmadPH (PKR)
N12JeramMohd. Shaid RosliPH (BERSATU)
N13KuangSallehudin AmiruddinPH (BERSATU)
N14RawangChua Wei KiatPH (PKR)
N15Taman TemplerMohd. Sany HamzanPH (AMANAH)
N16Sungai TuaAmirudin Shari
(Menteri Besar)
PH (PKR)
N17Gombak SetiaHilman IdhamPH (PKR)
N18Hulu KelangSaari SungibPH (AMANAH)
N19Bukit AntarabangsaMohamed Azmin AliPH (PKR)
N20Lembah JayaHaniza Mohamed Talha
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N21Pandan IndahIzham Hashim
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N22TerataiLai Wai ChongPH (DAP)
N23Dusun TuaEdry Faizal Eddy YusofPH (DAP)
N24SemenyihBakhtiar Mohd. NorPH (BERSATU)
N25KajangHee Loy Sian
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N26Sungai RamalMazwan JoharPH (AMANAH)
N27BalakongVacant[N 4][13]N/A
N28Seri KembanganEan Yong Hian WahPH (DAP)
N29Seri SerdangSiti Mariah Mahmud
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N30KinraraNg Sze Han
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N31Subang JayaMichelle Ng Mei SzePH (DAP)
N32Seri SetiaVacant[N 5][14]N/A
N33Taman MedanSyamsul Firdaus Mohamed SupriPH (PKR)
N34Bukit GasingRajiv RishyakaranPH (DAP)
N35Kampung TunkuLim Yi WeiPH (DAP)
N36Bandar UtamaJamaliah JamaluddinPH (DAP)
N37Bukit LanjanWong Keat PingPH (PKR)
N38Paya JarasMohd. Khairuddin Othman
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
N39Kota DamansaraShatiri MansorPH (PKR)
N40Kota AnggerikNajwan HalimiPH (PKR)
N41Batu TigaRodziah Ismail
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N42MeruMohd. Fakhrulrazi Mohd. MokhtarPH (AMANAH)
N43SementaDaroyah AlwiPH (PKR)
N44Selat KlangAbdul Rashid Asari
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N45Bandar Baru KlangTeng Chang Khim
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N46Pelabuhan KlangAzmizam Zaman HuriPH (PKR)
N47PandamaranLeong Tuck CheePH (DAP)
N48SentosaGunarajah GeorgePH (PKR)
N49Sungai KandisMohd. Zawawi Ahmad Mughni[N 6][15]PH (PKR)
N50Kota KemuningGanabatirau Veraman
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N51SijangkangDr. Ahmad Yunus HairiPAS
N52BantingLau Weng SanPH (DAP)
N53MoribHasnul BaharuddinPH (AMANAH)
N54Tanjong SepatBorhan Aman ShahPH (PKR)
N55DengkilAdhif Syan AbdullahPH (BERSATU)
N56Sungai PelekRonnie Liu Tian KhiewPH (DAP)

Negeri Sembilan

14th Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Negeri Sembilan
Meeting place Wisma Negeri, Negeri Sembilan
Term 2 July 2018[16] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Negeri Sembilan State Executive Council
Website www.ns.gov.my
Members 36
Speaker Zulkefly Mohamad Omar
Deputy Speaker Ravi Munusamy
Secretary Mohd Amin Ludin
Government Leader Aminuddin Harun
Opposition Leader Mohamad Hasan
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan Besar Tuanku Muhriz
Sessions
1st 2 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 20 | BN 16
N1ChennahAnthony Loke Siew FookPH (DAP)
N2PertangNoor Azmi YusufBN (UMNO)
N3Sungai LuiMohd. Razi Mohd. AliBN (UMNO)
N4KelawangBakri Sawir
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N5SertingShamsulkahar Mohd. DeliBN (UMNO)
N6PalongMustafa NagoorBN (UMNO)
N7Jeram PadangManickam LetchumanBN (MIC)
N8BahauTeo Kok Seong
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N9LenggengSuhaimi KassimPH (AMANAH)
N10NilaiArul Kumar Jambunathan
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N11LobakChew Seh YongPH (DAP)
N12TemiangNg Chin TsaiPH (DAP)
N13SikamatAminuddin Harun
(Menteri Besar)
PH (PKR)
N14AmpanganDr. Mohamad Rafie Ab. Malik
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N15JuassehIsmail LasimBN (UMNO)
N16Seri MenantiAbdul Samad IbrahimBN (UMNO)
N17SenalingAdnan Abu HasanBN (UMNO)
N18PilahMohamad Nazaruddin Sabtu
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N19JoholSaiful Yazan SulaimanBN (UMNO)
N20LabuIsmail Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N21Bukit KepayangNicole Tan Lee Koon
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N22RahangMary Josephine Pritam SinghPH (DAP)
N23MambauYap Yew WengPH (DAP)
N24Seremban JayaGunasekaren PalasamyPH (DAP)
N25ParoiMohamad Taufek Abd. Ghani
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N26ChembongZaifulbahri IdrisBN (UMNO)
N27RantauMohamad Hasan
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N28KotaDr. Awaludin SaidBN (UMNO)
N29ChuahYek Diew ChingPH (PKR)
N30LukutChoo Ken Hwa
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N31Bagan PinangTun Hairuddin Abu BakarBN (UMNO)
N32LinggiAbd. Rahman Mohd. RedzaBN (UMNO)
N33Sri TanjungRavi Munusamy
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (PKR)
N34GemasAbdul Razak SaidBN (UMNO)
N35GemenchehMohd. Isam Mohd. IsaBN (UMNO)
N36RepahVeerapan Superamaniam
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)

Melaka

14th Malacca State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Malacca
Meeting place Seri Negeri complex
Term 19 July 2018[17] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Malacca State Executive Council
Website www.melaka.gov.my
Members 28
Speaker Omar Jaafar
Deputy Speaker Wong Fort Pin
Secretary Mohd Yusof Abu Bakar
Government Leader Adly Zahari
Opposition Leader Idris Haron
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua Negeri Mohd Khalil Yaakob
Sessions
1st 19 July 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 15 | BN 13
N1Kuala LinggiIsmail OthmanBN (UMNO)
N2Tanjung BidaraMd. Rawi MahmudBN (UMNO)
N3Ayer LimauAmiruddin YusopBN (UMNO)
N4LenduSulaiman Md. AliBN (UMNO)
N5Taboh NaningLatipah OmarBN (UMNO)
N6RembiaMuhammad Jailani Khamis
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N7GadekSaminathan Ganesan
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N8Machap JayaGinie Lim Siew Lin
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N9Durian TunggalMohd. Sofi Abdul Wahab
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N10AsahanAbdul Ghafar AtanBN (UMNO)
N11Sungai UdangIdris Haron
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N12Pantai KundorNor Azman HassanBN (UMNO)
N13Paya RumputMohd. Rafiq Naizamohideen
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N14KelebangGue TeckPH (PKR)
N15Pengkalan BatuNorhizam Hassan Baktee
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N16Ayer KerohKerk Chee Yee
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N17Bukit KatilAdly Zahari
(Chief Minister)
PH (AMANAH)
N18Ayer MolekRahmad MarimanBN (UMNO)
N19KesidangSeah Shoo ChinPH (DAP)
N20Kota LaksamanaLow Chee Leong
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N21DuyongDamian Yeo Shen LiPH (DAP)
N22Bandar HilirTey Kok Kiew
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N23Telok MasNoor Effandi Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (PPBM)
N24BembanWong Fort Pin
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (DAP)
N25RimGhazale MuhamadBN (UMNO)
N26SerkamZaidi AttanBN (UMNO)
N27MerlimauRoslan AhmadBN (UMNO)
N28Sungai RambaiHasan Abd. RahmanBN (UMNO)

Johor

14th Johor State Legislative Assembly
13th Assembly 15th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Johor
Meeting place Sultan Ismail Building
Term 28 June 2018[18] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Johor State Executive Council
Website www.johor.gov.my
Members 56
Speaker Suhaizan Kayat
Deputy Speaker Gan Peck Cheng
Secretary Shubanah Yusuf
Government Leader Osman Sapian
Opposition Leader Hasni Mohammad
Party control Pakatan Harapan
Sovereign
Sultan Sultan Ibrahim Ismail
Sessions
1st 28 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
PH 39 | BN 16 | PAS 1
N1Buloh KasapZahari SaripBN (UMNO)
N2JementahTan Chen ChoonPH (DAP)
N3PemanisChong Fat FullPH (PKR)
N4KemelahSulaiman Mohd. NorPH (AMANAH)
N5TenangMohd. Solihan BadriPH (BERSATU)
N6BekokDr. Ramakrishnan Suppiah
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N7Bukit KepongDr. Shahrudin Jamal
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N8Bukit PasirNajib LepPAS
N9GambirMuhyiddin Mohd. YassinPH (BERSATU)
N10TangkakEe Chin LiPH (DAP)
N11SeromFaizul Amri AdnanPH (AMANAH)
N12BentayanNg Yak HowePH (DAP)
N13Simpang JeramSalahuddin AyubPH (AMANAH)
N14Bukit NaningMohd. Faizal Mohd. YusakPH (PKR)
N15MaharaniNor Hayati BachokPH (AMANAH)
N16Sungai BalangZaiton IsmailBN (UMNO)
N17SemerahMohd. Khuzzan Abu Bakar
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N18Sri MedanZulkurnain KamisanBN (UMNO)
N19Yong PengChew Peck ChooPH (DAP)
N20SemarangSamsolbari JamaliBN (UMNO)
N21Parit YaaniAminolhuda Hassan
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N22Parit RajaNorashidah RamliBN (UMNO)
N23PenggaramGan Peck Cheng
(Deputy Speaker)
PH (DAP)
N24SenggarangKhairuddin A. RahimPH (AMANAH)
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
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N31KahangVidyananthan RamanadhanBN (MIC)
N32EndauAlwiyah Talib[N 7][19]PH (BERSATU)
N33TenggarohRaven Kumar KrishnasamyBN (MIC)
N34PantiHahasrin HashimBN (UMNO)
N35Pasir RajaRashidah IsmailBN (UMNO)
N36SediliRasman Ithnain[N 8][19]PH (BERSATU)
N37Johor LamaRoslaily Jahari[N 9][19]PH (BERSATU)
N38PenawarSharifah Azizah Syed ZainBN (UMNO)
N39Tanjung SuratSyed Sis A. RahmanBN (UMNO)
N40TiramGopalakrishnan SubramaniamPH (PKR)
N41Puteri WangsaMazlan Bujang
(EXCO Member)
PH (BERSATU)
N42Johor JayaLiow Cai Tung
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N43PermasChe Zakaria Mohd. SallehPH (BERSATU)
N44LarkinMohd. Izhar AhmadPH (BERSATU)
N45StulangChen Kah EngPH (DAP)
N46PerlingCheo Yee HowPH (DAP)
N47KempasOsman Sapian
(Menteri Besar)
PH (BERSATU)
N48SkudaiTan Hong Pin
(EXCO Member)
PH (DAP)
N49Kota IskandarDr. Dzulkefly Ahmad
(EXCO Member)
PH (AMANAH)
N50Bukit PermaiTosrin JarvanthiPH (BERSATU)
N51Bukit BatuJimmy Puah Wee Tse
(EXCO Member)
PH (PKR)
N52SenaiTee Boon TsongPH (DAP)
N53BenutHasni Mohammad
(State Opposition Leader)
BN (UMNO)
N54Pulai SebatangTaqiuddin ChemanPH (AMANAH)
N55Pekan NanasYeo Tung SiongPH (DAP)
N56KukupMohd. Othman YusofBN (UMNO)

Sabah

15th Sabah State Legislative Assembly
14th Assembly 16th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Sabah
Meeting place Sabah State Legislative Assembly Building
Term 11 June 2018[20] – present
Election 2018 state election
Government Cabinet of Sabah
Website www.sabah.gov.my/dun
Members 60
Speaker Syed Abas Syed Ali
Deputy Speaker Ahmad Abdul Rahman
George Anthony Ginibun
Secretary Bernard Joseph Dalinting
Government Leader Shafie Apdal
Opposition Leader Jeffrey Kitingan
Party control WARISAN
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua Negeri Juhar Mahiruddin
Sessions
1st 11 June 2018 – present
No. State Constituency Member Coalition (Party)
WARISAN 27 | UMNO 10 | PH 9 | PBS 6 | UPKO 6 | IND 3 | STAR 2 | PBRS 1
N1BanggiMohamad MohammarinWARISAN
N2Tanjong KaporBen Chong Chen BinWARISAN
N3PitasBolkiah Ismail[N 10][21][22][23]WARISAN
N4MatunggongJulita Majunki[N 11]PBS[24]
N5TandekAnita Baranting[N 12]PBS[24]
N6TempasukMusbah Jamli[N 13]UMNO[25]
N7KadamaianEwon Benedick[N 14][26][27]UPKO
N8UsukanJaplin Akim[N 13]UMNO[25]
N9TamparuliJahid Jahim[N 15]PBS[24]
N10SulamanHajiji Mohd. Noor[N 13]UMNO[25]
N11KiuluJoniston Bangkuai[N 16]PBS[24]
N12KarambunaiAzhar MatussinWARISAN
N13InanamKenny Chua Teck HoPH (PKR)
N14LikasTan Lee FattPH (DAP)
N15Api-ApiChristina Liew Chin JinPH (PKR)
N16LuyangGinger Phoong Jin ZhePH (DAP)
N17Tanjong AruJunz Wong Hong JunWARISAN
N18PetagasUda SulaiWARISAN
N19KapayanJannie LasimbangPH (DAP)
N20MoyogJenifer LasimbangWARISAN
N21KawangGhulam Haidar Khan Bahadar[N 13]UMNO[25]
N22Pantai ManisAidi MokhtarWARISAN
N23BongawanDr. Daud YusofWARISAN
N24MembakutMohd. Arifin Mohd. Arif[N 13]UMNO[25]
N25KliasIsnin Aliasnih[N 13]UMNO[25]
N26Kuala PenyuLimus Jury[N 17][21][22][23]UPKO
N27LumadanMatbali Musah[N 13]UMNO[25]
N28SinduminDr. Yusof YacobWARISAN
N29KundasangDr. Joachim Gunsalam[N 18]PBS[24]
N30KaranaanMasidi Manjun[N 13]UMNO[25]
N31PaginatanAbidin Madingkir[N 19][26]UPKO
N32TambunanJeffrey Gapari KitinganSTAR[25]
N33BingkorRobert NordinSTAR[25]
N34LiawanRasinin KautisWARISAN
N35MelalapPeter AnthonyWARISAN
N36KemabongJamawi Jaafar[N 20][26][27]WARISAN
N37SookEllron Alfred Angin[N 21]PBRS[28][29][30][31]
N38NabawanBobbey Ah Fang Suan[N 22][30][32]IND[33]
N39SugutJames Ratib[N 23][21][22][23][34]UPKO
N40LabukAbd. Rahman Kongkawang[N 24]PBS[24]
N41Gum-GumArunarsin TaibWARISAN
N42Sungai SibugaMusa Aman[N 13]UMNO[25]
N43SekongArifin AsgaliWARISAN
N44KaramuntingHiew Vun ZinWARISAN
N45ElopuraCalvin Chong Ket KiunPH (DAP)
N46Tanjong PapatFrankie Poon Ming FungPH (DAP)
N47KuamutMasiung Banah[N 25][21][22][23]UPKO
N48SukauSaddi Abdul Rahman[N 26][35]IND[33]
N49TungkuAssaffal P. AlianWARISAN
N50Lahad DatuDumi Pg. MasdalWARISAN
N51KunakNorazlinah ArifWARISAN
N52SulabayanJaujan SambakongWARISAN
N53SenallangMohd. Shafie ApdalWARISAN
N54BugayaManis Buka Mohd. DarahWARISAN
N55BalungOsman Jamal[N 27][26][27][36]IND
N56ApasNizam Abu Bakar Titingan[N 13]UMNO[25]
N57Sri TanjongJimmy Wong Sze PhinPH (DAP)
N58MerotaiSarifuddin HataWARISAN
N59Tanjong BatuHamisa Samat[N 28][26][27]WARISAN
N60SebatikAbd. Muis Picho[N 29][26][27]WARISAN
Nominated memberWilfred Madius Tangau[N 30][37]UPKO
Nominated memberStephen Wong Tien Fatt[N 31][37]PH (DAP)
Nominated member Lorreto Padua Jr.[N 32] WARISAN
Nominated member Terrence Siambun[N 33] WARISAN

Sarawak

18th Sarawak State Legislative Assembly
17th Assembly 19th Assembly
Overview
Jurisdiction Sarawak
Meeting place New Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building
Term 7 June 2016[38] – present
Election 2016 state election
Government Cabinet of Sarawak
Website www.dun.sarawak.gov.my
Members 82
Speaker Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar
Deputy Speaker Gerawat Gala
Secretary Semawi Mohamad
Government Leader Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari Abang Openg
Opposition Leader Chong Chieng Jen
Party control Gabungan Parti Sarawak
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertua Negeri Abdul Taib Mahmud
Sessions
1st 7 June 2016 – present

Following the state election that was held on 7 May 2016, Barisan Nasional was able to form the next state government with a majority of 72 seats out of 82.[39] There were several candidates from breakaway parties such as TERAS and UPP that had their members contest seats under the Barisan banner as direct election candidates under a deal by Adenan Satem after their parties were prevented from joining Barisan after opposition from parties such as PDP and SUPP.[40] On 12 June 2018, all Sarawak-based BN parties including Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) and Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) officially left Barisan Nasional forming a new coalition Sarawak Parties Alliance due to Barisan Nasional's defeat in general elections on 9 May 2018.[41]

No. State constituency Member Coalition (Party)
GPS 67 | UPP 5 | PH 10
N01OparRanum Mina[N 34][42]UPP
N02Tasik BiruHenry JinepGPS (PDP)
N03Tanjong DatuJamilah Anu[N 35][43]GPS (PBB)
N04Pantai DamaiDr. Abdul Rahman Junaidi
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N05Demak LautDr. Hazland Abang HipniGPS (PBB)
N06TupongFazzrudin Abdul RahmanGPS (PBB)
N07SamariangSharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N08SatokAbang Abdul Rahman Zohari Abang Openg
(Chief Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N09PadunganWong King WeiPH (DAP)
N10PendingViolet Yong Wui WuiPH (DAP)
N11Batu LintangSee Chee HowPH (PKR)
N12Kota SentosaChong Chieng Jen
(Leader of the Opposition)
PH (DAP)
N13Batu KitangLo Khere ChiangGPS (SUPP)
N14Batu KawahDr. Sim Kui Hian
(Minister)
GPS (SUPP)
N15AsajayaAbdul Karim Rahman Hamzah
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N16Muara TuangIdris BuangGPS (PBB)
N17StakanMohamad Ali MahmudGPS (PBB)
N18SerembuMiro Simuh[N 36][44]GPS (PBB)
N19MambongDr. Jerip Susil[N 37][42]
(Assistant Minister)
UPP
N20TaratRoland Sagah Wee Inn
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N21TebeduMichael Manyin Jawong
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N22KedupMartin BenGPS (PBB)
N23Bukit SemujaJohn Ilus[N 38][44]GPS (PBB)
N24Sadong JayaAidel LariwooGPS (PBB)
N25SimunjanAwla IdrisGPS (PBB)
N26GedongMohd. Naroden Majais
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N27SebuyauJulaihi Narawi
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N28LinggaSimoi PeriGPS (PBB)
N29Beting MaroRazaili GaporGPS (PBB)
N30Balai RinginSnowdan Lawan
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N31Bukit BegunanMong DagangGPS (PRS)
N32SimanggangFrancis Harden Hollis
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (SUPP)
N33EngkililiJohnical Rayong Ngipa[N 39][42]UPP
N34Batang AiMalcom Mussen Lamoh
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N35SaribasMohammad Razi SitamGPS(PBB)
N36LayarGerald Rentap JabuGPS (PBB)
N37Bukit SabanDouglas Uggah Embas
(Deputy Chief Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N38KalakaAbdul Wahab AzizGPS (PBB)
N39KrianAli BijuPH (PKR)
N40KabongMohd. Chee KadirhGPS (PBB)
N41Kuala RajangLen Talif Salleh
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N42SemopAbdullah Saidol
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N43DaroSafiee AhmadGPS (PBB)
N44JemorengDr. Juanda JayaGPS (PBB)
N45RepokHuang Tiong SiiGPS (SUPP)
N46MeradongDing Kuong HiingGPS (SUPP)
N47PakanWilliam Mawan Ikom[N 40][45]GPS (PBB)
N48MeluanRolland Duat JubinGPS (PDP)
N49NgemahAlexander VincentGPS (PRS)
N50MachanAllan Siden GramongGPS (PBB)
N51Bukit AssekIrene Mary Chang Oi LingPH (DAP)
N52DudongTiong Thai King[N 41][46]UPP
N53Bawang AssanWong Soon Koh[N 42][46]
(Minister)
UPP
N54PelawanDavid Wong Kee WoanPH (DAP)
N55NangkaDr. Annuar Rapaee
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N56DalatFatimah Abdullah
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N57TellianYussibnosh BaloGPS (PBB)
N58BalingianAbdul Yakub ArbiGPS (PBB)
N59TaminChristopher Gira SambangGPS (PRS)
N60KakusDr. John Sikie Tayai
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N61PelagusWilsong Nyabong IjangGPS (PRS)
N62KatibasAmbrose Blikau EnturanGPS (PBB)
N63Bukit GoramJefferson Jamit UnyatGPS (PBB)
N64BalehDr. James Jemut Masing
(Deputy Chief Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N65BelagaLiwan Lagang
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PRS)
N66MurumChukpai UgonGPS (PRS)
N67JepakTalib Zulpilip
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N68Tanjong BatuChiew Chiu SingPH (DAP)
N69KemenaDr. Stephen Rundi Utom
(Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N70SamalajuMajang RenggiGPS (PRS)
N71BekenuRosey Yunus[N 43][44]
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N72LambirRipin LamatGPS (PBB)
N73PiasauSebastian Ting Chiew YewGPS (SUPP)
N74PujutDr. Ting Tiong ChoonPH (DAP)
N75SenadinLee Kim Shin
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (SUPP)
N76MarudiDr. Penguang Manggil
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PDP)
N77Telang UsanDennis NgauGPS (PBB)
N78MuluGerawat Gala[N 44][44]
(Deputy Speaker)
GPS (PBB)
N79Bukit KotaDr. Abdul Rahman Ismail
(Assistant Minister)
GPS (PBB)
N80Batu DanauPaulus Gumbang[N 45][44]GPS (PBB)
N81Ba'kelalanBaru BianPH (PKR)
N82Bukit SariAwang Tengah Ali Hassan
(Deputy Chief Minister)
GPS (PBB)

See also

Notes

  1. Ismail Kassim contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, quit UMNO on 20 June 2018 and became independent.
  2. Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, formed an alliance with Pakatan Harapan on 12 May 2018 and so was expelled from UMNO on 14 May 2018.
  3. Zainol Fadzi Paharuddin contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, formed an alliance with Pakatan Harapan on 12 May 2018, was so expelled from UMNO on 14 May 2018 and later joined Pakatan Harapan (PPBM).
  4. Eddie Ng Tien Chee from Pakatan Harapan (DAP) was killed in a car accident on 20 July 2018.
  5. Shaharuddin Badaruddin from Pakatan Harapan (PKR) passed away on 2 August 2018 from colon cancer.
  6. Mat Razi Mat Ail was elected as a Pakatan Harapan MP on 4 August 2018 in a by-election following the death of assemblyman Mat Shuhaimi Shafie.
  7. Alwiyah Talib contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (PPBM) on 12 May 2018.
  8. Rasman Ithnain contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (PPBM) on 12 May 2018.
  9. Rosleli Jahari contested the general election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan (PPBM) on 12 May 2018.
  10. Bolkiah Ismail contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switching allegiance to WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  11. Julita Majunki contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, after which his party decided to leave BN on 12 May 2018.
  12. Anita Baranting contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, after which her party decided to leave BN on 12 May 2018.
  13. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 UMNO Sabah joined United Sabah Alliance on 14 August 2018 but remained with Barisan Nasional at federal level.
  14. Ewon Benedick contested the state election as a Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, after which he become one of the six members of the UPKO in forming an alliance with WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  15. Jahid Jahim contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  16. Joniston Bangkuai contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  17. Limus Jury contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  18. Joachim Gunsalam contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  19. Abidin Madingkir contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  20. Jamawi Jaafar contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  21. Ellron Angin contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBRS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  22. Bobbey Ah Fang Suan contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate. It is known at the first that he is the only UPKO member that refused to seal an alliance with WARISAN as been did by six other members of his party. However, following the assembly oath on 12 June 2018, it is reported that every DUN members are representing their respective parties.
  23. James Ratib contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  24. Abd. Rahman Kongkawang contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (PBS) candidate, his party decide to leaving BN on 12 May 2018.
  25. Masiung Banah contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with WARISAN on 13 May 2018.
  26. Saddi Abdul Rahman contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, left the party on 1 August 2018 and became an independent.
  27. Osman Jamal contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, expressing intention to switch allegiance to People's Justice Party (PKR) but his request are not accepted by the party leadership.
  28. Hamisah Samat contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  29. Abd. Muis Picho contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UMNO) candidate, switch allegiance to WARISAN on 12 May 2018.
  30. Wilfred Madius Tangau contested the parliamentary election as a direct Barisan Nasional (UPKO) candidate for Tuaran, he as one of the six members of the party decide to form an alliance with WARISAN on 12 May 2018, and was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 16 May 2018.
  31. Stephen Wong contested the parliamentary election as a DAP candidate for Sandakan and was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 16 May 2018.
  32. Loretto Padua Jr. was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 11 June 2018.
  33. Terrence Siambun represented Moyog in the previous Assembly but not contested in the recent state election. Terrence was made a nominated member of the State Legislative Assembly on 11 June 2018.
  34. Ranum Anak Mina contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party UPP on 11 August 2016.
  35. Jamilah Anu was elected as a Barisan Nasional assemblyman on 18 February 2017 in a byelection following the death of assemblymen and Chief Minister Adenan Satem.
  36. Miro Simuh contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  37. Jerip Susil contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party UPP on 13 August 2016.
  38. John Ilus contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  39. Johnical Rayong Ngipa contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party UPP on 12 August 2016.
  40. William Mawan Ikom contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, revealing on March 19, 2018 that he had joined PBB.
  41. Tiong Thai King contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party UPP after the election.
  42. Wong Soon Koh contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, rejoin his previous party UPP after the election.
  43. Rosey Yunus contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  44. Gerawat Jala contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.
  45. Paulus Gumbang contested the state election as a direct Barisan Nasional candidate, joining PBB on 16 August 2016.

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