Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 14th Malaysian Parliament

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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
Legislative bodyParliament of Malaysia
JurisdictionMalaysia
Meeting placeMalaysian Houses of Parliament
Term16 July 2018[1] – present
Election2018 general election
GovernmentSeventh Mahathir cabinet (10 May 2018 – 24 February 2020)
Muhyiddin cabinet (1 March 2020 – 16 August 2021)
Ismail Sabri cabinet (since 21 August 2021)
Websitewww.parlimen.gov.my
Dewan Rakyat
Dewan Rakyat as of 5 June 2020
Members222
SpeakerMohamad Ariff Md Yusof (16 July 2018 – 13 July 2020)
Azhar Azizan Harun (since 13 July 2020)
Deputy SpeakerMohd. Rashid Hasnon (since 16 July 2018)
Nga Kor Ming (16 July 2018 – 13 July 2020)
Azalina Othman Said (13 July 2020 – 23 August 2021)
SecretaryRoosme Hamzah (–5 December 2019)
Riduan Rahmat (5 December 2019 – 12 May 2020)
Nizam Mydin Bacha Mydin (since 13 May 2020)
Prime MinisterMahathir Mohamad (10 May 2018 – 24 February 2020)
(Interim: 24 February 2020 – 1 March 2020)
Muhyiddin Yassin (1 March 2020 – 16 August 2021)
(Caretaker: 16 August 2021 – 21 August 2021)
Ismail Sabri Yaakob (since 21 August 2021)
Leader of the OppositionAhmad Zahid Hamidi (18 July 2018 – 11 March 2019)
Ismail Sabri Yaakob (11 March 2019 – 24 February 2020)
Anwar Ibrahim (since 18 May 2020)
Party controlPakatan Harapan (10 May 2018 – 24 February 2020)
Perikatan Nasional (1 March 2020 – 16 August 2021)
Barisan Nasional (since 21 August 2021)
Sovereign
Yang di-Pertuan AgongSultan Muhammad V (13 December 2016 - 6 January 2019)
Sultan Nazrin Mu'izzuddin Shah
(Interim: 6 January 2019 – 31 January 2019)
Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah (since 31 January 2019)
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
3rd1st Meeting:
18 May 2020
2nd Meeting:
13 July 2020 – 27 August 2020
3rd Meeting :
2 November 2020 – 17 December 2020
Special Meeting :
26 July 2021 – 29 July 2021
4th1st Meeting:
13 September 2021 – 12 October 2021
2nd Meeting:
25 October 2021 – 20 December 2021
Special Meeting:
20 January 2022
5th1st Meeting:
28 February 2022 – 24 March 2022
Special Meeting:
11 April 2022
2nd Meeting:
18 July 2022 – 4 August 2022
3rd Meeting:
3 October 2022 - 21 November 2022

CompositionsEdit

Outcomes of the 14th general electionEdit

 
Members of Dewan Rakyat as elected in 2018 by federal constituency
 
Equal-area representation of members of Dewan Rakyat as elected in 2018 by federal constituency
Government (121) Opposition (101)
104 9 8 79 18 1 3
PKR DAP WARISAN BN PAS STAR IND
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
  Perlis 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0
  Kedah 15 10 2 3 0 0 0 0
  Kelantan 14 0 5 9 0 0 0 0
  Terengganu 8 0 2 6 0 0 0 0
  Penang 13 11 2 0 0 0 0 0
  Perak 24 13 11 0 0 0 0 0
  Pahang 14 5 9 0 0 0 0 0
  Selangor 22 20 2 0 0 0 0 0
  Kuala Lumpur 11 10 0 0 0 0 1 0
  Putrajaya 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
  Negeri Sembilan 8 5 3 0 0 0 0 0
  Malacca 6 4 2 0 0 0 0 0
  Johor 26 18 8 0 0 0 0 0
  Labuan 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
  Sabah 25 3 10 0 3 8 0 1
  Sarawak 31 4 19 0 6 0 2 0
Total 222 104 79 18 9 8 3 1

Current compositionEdit

Government + Confidence & Supply (115) Opposition (103)
BN PN GPS GRS PBM IND PH WARISAN GTA PSB MUDA BN
40 40 19 8 4 4 90 7 4 1 1 1
36 2 1 1 23 17 14 2 2 1 6 1 1 42 36 11 1 4 1
UMNO MCA MIC PBRS BERSATU PAS PBB PRS PDP SUPP BERSATU PBS STAR PBM IND DAP PKR AMANAH UPKO WARISAN PEJUANG PSB MUDA UMNO
Current composition of the Dewan Rakyat, 14th Malaysian Parliament
as of 27 November 2021[3][4][5]
State and
federal territories
# of
seats
BN + Confidence & Supply
seats
PH
seats
WARISAN
seats
PEJUANG
seats
PSB
seats
MUDA
seats
BN (unclear)
seats
VAC
seats
  Perlis 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Kedah 15 5 7 0 3 0 0 0 0
  Kelantan 14 13 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
  Terengganu 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Penang 13 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Perak 24 11 12 0 0 0 0 0 1
  Pahang 14 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Selangor 22 6 16 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Kuala Lumpur 11 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Putrajaya 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Negeri Sembilan 8 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Malacca 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Johor 26 13 11 0 1 0 1 0 0
  Labuan 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
  Sabah 25 12 6 6 0 0 0 0 1
  Sarawak 31 22 7 0 0 2 0 0 0
Total 222 115 90 7 4 2 1 1 2

Last election pendulumEdit

(Results and status at 9 May 2018) 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 Buntar Dr. Mujahid Yusof Rawa AMANAH 39.22
Temerloh Anuar Mohd. Tahir AMANAH 39.31
Lubok Antu Jugah Muyang @ Tambat IND 40.09
Lumut Dr. Mohd. Hatta Md. Ramli AMANAH 40.93
Pokok Sena Mahfuz Omar AMANAH 40.93
Sungai Besar Muslimin Yahya BERSATU 42.11
Jerlun Dr. Mukhriz Mahathir BERSATU 42.55
Kulim-Bandar Baharu Saifuddin Nasution Ismail PKR 42.62
Merbok Nurin Aina Abdullah PKR 43.31
Tambun Ahmad Faizal Azumu BERSATU 44.46
Kuantan Fuziah Salleh PKR 44.57
Kuala Pilah Eddin Syazlee Shith BERSATU 44.85
Indera Mahkota Saifuddin Abdullah PKR 44.85
Raub Tengku Zulpuri Shah Raja Puji DAP 44.89
Kapar Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid PKR 44.99
Ranau Jonathan Yasin PKR 45.17
Padang Serai Karuppaiya Muthusamy PKR 45.27
Tanjong Malim Chang Lih Kang PKR 45.44
Putatan Awang Husaini Sahari PKR 45.81
Kuala Kedah Dr. Azman Ismail PKR 46.26
Tampin Hasan Bahrom AMANAH 46.29
Bentong Wong Tack DAP 46.67
Kangar Noor Amin Ahmad PKR 46.80
Tangga Batu Dr. Rusnah Aluai PKR 46.89
Tanjung Piai Dr. Md. Farid Md. Rafik BERSATU 47.29
Titiwangsa Rina Mohd. Harun BERSATU 47.31
Hulu Selangor June Leow Hsiad Hui PKR 47.86
Papar Ahmad Hassan WARISAN 48.54
Sri Gading Dr. Shahruddin Mohd. Salleh BERSATU 48.58
Sungai Siput Kesavan Subramaniam PKR 48.72
Kuala Langat Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam PKR 49.08
Sungai Petani Johari Abdul PKR 49.21
Kubang Pasu Ir. Amiruddin Hamzah BERSATU 49.70
Kuala Selangor Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad AMANAH 49.98
Tawau Christina Liew Chin Jin PKR 50.05
Kalabakan Ma'mun Sulaiman WARISAN 50.09
Lembah Pantai Ahmad Fahmi Mohamed Fadzil PKR 50.24
Simpang Renggam Dr. Maszlee Malik BERSATU 50.69
Alor Gajah Mohd. Redzuan Md. Yusof BERSATU 50.73
Alor Setar Chan Ming Kai PKR 50.80
Kota Belud Isnaraissah Munirah Majilis @ Fakharuddy WARISAN 50.82
Permatang Pauh Nurul Izzah Anwar PKR 50.89
Hang Tuah Jaya Shamsul Iskandar @ Yusre Mohd. Akin PKR 51.01
Tenom Noorita Sual DAP 51.10
Selangau Baru Bian PKR 51.11
Balik Pulau Muhammad Bakthiar Wan Chik PKR 51.17
Sepang Mohamed Hanipa Maidin AMANAH 51.56
Sekijang Natrah Ismail PKR 51.69
Labis Pang Hok Liong DAP 52.17
Saratok Ali Biju PKR 52.18
Ledang Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh PKR 53.06
Segamat Edmund Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu PKR 53.09
Muar Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman BERSATU 53.09
Sarikei Wong Ling Biu DAP 53.57
Silam Mohamaddin Ketapi WARISAN 54.26
Teluk Intan David Nga Kor Ming DAP 54.37
Puncak Borneo Willie Mongin PKR 54.65
Langkawi Dr. Mahathir Mohamad BERSATU 54.90
Pagoh Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin BERSATU 55.21
Julau Larry Soon @ Larry S'ng Wei Shien IND 55.28
Hulu Langat Hasanuddin Mohd. Yunus AMANAH 55.53
Batu Sapi Liew Vui Keong WARISAN 55.78
Batu Pahat Mohd. Rashid Hasnon PKR 55.92
Sungai Buloh Sivarasa K. Rasiah PKR 55.97
Fairly safe
Setiawangsa Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad PKR 56.65
Mas Gading Mordi Bimol DAP 56.71
Nibong Tebal Mansor Othman PKR 56.92
Wangsa Maju Dr. Tan Yee Kew PKR 57.30
Kampar Thomas Su Keong Siong DAP 57.56
Bandar Tun Razak Kamarudin Jaffar PKR 58.58
Pasir Gudang Hassan Abdul Karim PKR 58.68
Port Dickson Danyal Balagopal Abdullah PKR 59.06
Kluang Wong Shu Qi DAP 59.20
Sepanggar Mohd. Azis Jamman WARISAN 59.47
Sibu Oscar Ling Chai Yew DAP 59.58
Safe
Shah Alam Khalid Abdul Samad AMANAH 60.00
Seremban Anthony Loke Siew Fook DAP 60.45
Batu Prabakaran M. Parameswaran PKR 60.70
Selayang William Leong Jee Keen PKR 61.38
Taiping Teh Kok Lim DAP 61.65
Gopeng Dr. Lee Boon Chye PKR 61.75
Miri Dr. Michael Teo Yu Keng PKR 61.82
Johor Bahru Akmal Nasrullah Mohd. Nasir PKR 62.31
Bakri Yeo Bee Yin DAP 62.65
Gombak Mohamed Azmin Ali PKR 63.10
Stampin Chong Chieng Jen DAP 63.70
Pulai Salahuddin Ayub AMANAH 63.81
Lanang Alice Lau Yiong Kieng DAP 65.16
Kulai Teo Nie Ching DAP 65.42
Bangi Dr. Ong Kian Ming DAP 65.60
Sandakan Stephen Wong Tien Fatt DAP 67.97
Beruas James Ngeh Koo Ham DAP 68.41
Petaling Jaya Maria Chin Abdullah PKR 68.52
Bayan Baru Sim Tze Tzin PKR 68.88
Iskandar Puteri Lim Kit Siang DAP 69.24
Kota Raja Mohamad Sabu AMANAH 70.79
Ampang Zuraida Kamaruddin PKR 70.94
Puchong Gobind Singh Deo DAP 72.39
Rasah Cha Kee Chin DAP 72.45
Kota Melaka Khoo Poay Tiong DAP 72.68
Kota Kinabalu Chan Foong Hin DAP 74.76
Penampang Ignatius Dorell @ Darell Leiking WARISAN 75.32
Pandan Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail PKR 75.47
Klang Charles Anthony R. Santiago DAP 77.34
Batu Kawan Kasthuriraani P. Patto DAP 78.02
Bandar Kuching Dr. Kelvin Yii Lee Wuen DAP 79.43
Jelutong Sanisvara Nethaji Rayer Rajaji DAP 79.63
Semporna Mohd. Shafie Apdal WARISAN 80.20
Ipoh Timor Wong Kah Woh DAP 80.46
Segambut Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan DAP 82.07
Subang Wong Chen PKR 83.08
Bukit Bendera Wong Hon Wai DAP 83.83
Batu Gajah Sivakumar M. Varatharaju Naidu DAP 84.17
Ipoh Barat Kulasegaran V. Murugeson DAP 84.90
Bukit Bintang Fong Kui Lun DAP 84.94
Bukit Mertajam Steven Sim Chee Keong DAP 85.40
Bagan Lim Guan Eng DAP 85.96
Bukit Gelugor Ramkarpal Singh DAP 86.68
Tanjong Chow Kon Yeow DAP 87.25
Damansara Tony Pua Kiam Wee DAP 89.00
Cheras Tan Kok Wai DAP 89.00
Seputeh Teresa Kok Suh Sim DAP 89.97
Kepong Lim Lip Eng DAP 92.04
NON-GOVERNMENT SEATS
Marginal
Keningau Dr. Jeffrey Gapari @ Geoffrey Kitingan STAR 33.09
Jerai Sabri Azit PAS 33.94
Tasek Gelugor Shabudin Yahaya UMNO 35.73
Bagan Serai Dr. Noor Azmi Ghazali UMNO 36.44
Kota Marudu Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili PBS 38.44
Sabak Bernam Mohamad Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh UMNO 38.57
Bukit Gantang Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal UMNO 39.48
Kuala Kangsar Mastura Mohd. Yazid UMNO 40.26
Padang Besar Zahidi Zainul Abidin UMNO 41.18
Padang Rengas Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz UMNO 41.50
Beaufort Azizah Mohd. Dun UMNO 41.72
Arau Dr. Shahidan Kassim UMNO 41.79
Padang Terap Mahdzir Khalid UMNO 42.09
Kota Bharu Takiyuddin Hassan PAS 42.24
Cameron Highlands Sivarajjh Chandran MIC 42.30
Baling Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim UMNO 42.60
Pendang Awang Hashim PAS 42.69
Kepala Batas Reezal Merican Naina Merican UMNO 42.94
Jasin Ahmad Hamzah UMNO 43.00
Paya Besar Mohd. Shahar Abdullah UMNO 43.16
Tanjong Karang Noh Omar UMNO 43.45
Bera Ismail Sabri Yaakob UMNO 43.89
Ayer Hitam Dr. Ir. Wee Ka Siong MCA 43.98
Kemaman Che Alias Hamid PAS 44.06
Tapah Saravanan Murugan MIC 44.47
Jerantut Ahmad Nazlan Idris UMNO 45.06
Larut Hamzah Zainudin UMNO 45.90
Pasir Salak Tajuddin Abd Rahman UMNO 46.04
Pontian Ahmad Maslan UMNO 46.21
Jempol Mohd. Salim Shariff UMNO 46.83
Kuala Krau Dr. Ismail Mohamed Said UMNO 47.14
Machang Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub UMNO 47.39
Pasir Puteh Dr. Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh PAS 47.41
Labuan Rozman Isli UMNO 47.59
Kimanis Anifah Aman UMNO 47.71
Sik Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman PAS 47.91
Ketereh Annuar Musa UMNO 47.95
Pensiangan Arthur Joseph Kurup PBRS 48.35
Besut Idris Jusoh UMNO 48.40
Parit Mohd. Nizar Zakaria UMNO 48.41
Tanah Merah Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz UMNO 48.44
Gerik Hasbullah Osman UMNO 48.49
Sipitang Yamani Hafez Musa UMNO 48.60
Gua Musang Tengku Razaleigh Tengku Mohd. Hamzah UMNO 48.64
Setiu Shaharizukirnain Abd. Kadir PAS 48.65
Rembau Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar UMNO 48.87
Jelebu Jalaluddin Alias UMNO 48.93
Bachok Nik Mohamed Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz PAS 48.93
Maran Dr. Ismail Abdul Muttalib UMNO 49.09
Parit Sulong Dr. Noraini Ahmad UMNO 49.19
Libaran Zakaria Mohd. Edris @ Tubau UMNO 49.25
Putrajaya Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor UMNO 49.47
Hulu Terengganu Rosol Wahid UMNO 49.60
Kuala Terengganu Ahmad Amzad Mohamed @ Hashim PAS 49.65
Lipis Abdul Rahman Mohamad UMNO 49.82
Kudat Abd Rahim Bakri UMNO 49.90
Rantau Panjang Siti Zailah Mohd. Yusoff PAS 50.82
Bagan Datuk Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi UMNO 51.37
Tuaran Wilfred Madius Tangau UPKO 51.54
Pasir Mas Ahmad Fadhli Shaari PAS 52.44
Kuala Krai Ab. Latiff Ab. Rahman PAS 52.56
Kuala Nerus Dr. Mohd. Khairuddin Aman Razali PAS 52.66
Mersing Dr. Abd. Latiff Ahmad UMNO 53.00
Rompin Hasan Arifin UMNO 53.54
Lenggong Dr. Shamsul Anuar Nasarah UMNO 53.97
Masjid Tanah Mas Ermieyati Samsudin UMNO 54.10
Dungun Wan Hassan Mohd. Ramli PAS 54.17
Tumpat Che Abdullah Mat Nawi PAS 54.33
Tenggara Dr. Adham Baba UMNO 54.39
Baram Anyi Ngau PDP 54.45
Sibuti Lukanisman Awang Sauni PBB 54.60
Pengkalan Chepa Ahmad Marzuk Shaary PAS 54.88
Jeli Mustapa Mohamed UMNO 55.89
Fairly safe
Kubang Kerian Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man PAS 56.16
Bintulu Tiong King Sing PDP 57.05
Sembrong Hishammuddin Hussein UMNO 59.24
Marang Abd Hadi Awang PAS 59.27
Safe
Betong Robert Lawson Chuat Vincent Entering PBB 60.41
Sri Aman Masir Kujat PSB 61.48
Pekan Mohd. Najib Abdul Razak UMNO 62.19
Beluran Dr. Ronald Kiandee UMNO 62.84
Serian Richard Riot Jaem SUPP 63.99
Kanowit Aaron Ago Dagang PRS 64.58
Petra Jaya Fadillah Yusof PBB 65.91
Mukah Hanifah Hajar Taib PBB 66.90
Kinabatangan Bung Moktar Radin UMNO 67.22
Pengerang Azalina Othman Said UMNO 67.71
Hulu Rajang Wilson Ugak Kumbong PRS 68.20
Kota Tinggi Halimah Mohamed Sadique UMNO 69.14
Kota Samarahan Rubiah Wang PBB 69.90
Lawas Henry Sum Agong PBB 70.44
Batang Lupar Rohani Abdul Karim PBB 70.49
Limbang Hasbi Habibollah PBB 72.07
Kapit Alexander Nanta Linggi PBB 78.91
Santubong Dr. Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar PBB 79.28
Tanjong Manis Yusuf Abd. Wahab PBB 80.69
Batang Sadong Nancy Shukri PBB 83.25
Igan Ahmad Johnie Zawawi PBB 83.76

Changes in the composition of the Dewan RakyatEdit

Political Parties / Coalitions PH WARISAN BN GS USA IND UPKO GPS GBS PSB PN PBS PEJUANG PBM MUDA VAC Government MPs
[N 1]
Results of GE14
Start of the Mahathir VII government
113 8 79 18 1 3
[N 2]
121
[N 3] [N 4]
Seat changes
May 2018 – Feb 2020
  16
[N 5] [N 6] [N 7]
  1
[N 8]
  37
[N 9] [N 10] [N 11] [N 12] [N 13] [N 14] [N 15]
    1
[N 16]
  2
[N 17] [N 18] [N 19] [N 20]
  1
[N 21]
  18
[N 22] [N 23]
  3
[N 24]
  1
[N 25]
  18
End of the Mahathir VII government 129 9 42 18 1
[N 26]
1 18 3 1 139
[N 27] [N 28]
Seat changes
Feb 2020
  37
[N 29] [N 30]
   
[N 31] [N 32]
  1
[N 33]
  18
[N 34]
  10
[N 35]
  6
[N 36] [N 37]
      3
[N 38] [N 39] [N 40]
    40
[N 41]
  1
[N 42]
108
[N 43] [N 44]
Mahathir VIIMuhyiddin
Start of the Muhyiddin government 92 9 42
[N 45]
1 11
[N 46]
6
[N 47]
1 18 1 40 1 112
[N 48] [N 49]
Seat changes
Feb 2020 – Aug 2021
  4
[N 50]
  1
[N 51]
  1
[N 52]
    7
[N 53] [N 54]
  4
[N 55] [N 56] [N 57]
      1
[N 58]
  10
[N 59] [N 60]
    4
[N 61]
  2
[N 62] [N 63]
  2
End of the Muhyiddin government 88 8 41 1 4
[N 64]
2
[N 65]
1 18 2 50 1 4 2 114
[N 66] [N 67]
Seat changes
Aug 2021
      14
[N 68]
  14
[N 69]
                  100
[N 70] [N 71]
MuhyiddinIsmail Sabri
  14
[N 72]
  14
[N 73]
Start of the Ismail Sabri government 88 8 41 1 4
[N 74]
2
[N 75]
1 18 2 50 1 4 2 114
[N 76] [N 77]
Seat changes
Aug 2021 – present
  2
[N 78] [N 79]
  1
[N 80]
      2
[N 81] [N 82] [N 83]
[N 84]
[N 85]
[N 86]
  2
[N 87] [N 88]
  1
[N 89]
  1
[N 90]
  1
[N 91]
  4
[N 92]
[N 93]
[N 94]
[N 95]
[N 96]
      3
[N 97]
[N 98]
  1
[N 99]
    2
Current Composition 90 7 41 1 6
[N 100]
19 1 46 1 4 3 1 2 116
[N 101] [N 102]

Seating arrangementEdit

Current seating arrangementEdit

This seating arrangement is the current updated arrangement as of 28 August 2022. The seating does not reflect current political allegiances.

P017 Padang Serai P191 Kalabakan P214 Selangau
(MLA for Ba'kelalan)
Vacant P166 Labuan P175 Papar P181 Tenom Vacant P204 Betong P081 Jerantut P184 Libaran P188 Lahad Datu
(MLA for Segama)
P019 Tumpat P069 Parit P127 Jempol P220 Baram P202 Sri Aman
P208 Sarikei P173 Putatan P169 Kota Belud P060 Taiping Vacant P130 Rasah Vacant Vacant P092 Sabak Bernam P216 Hulu Rajang P054 Gerik (Vacant) Vacant P167 Kudat P177 Beaufort (Deputy Chairperson of PAC) P197 Kota Samarahan P158 Tebrau P203 Lubok Antu
Vacant P105 Petaling Jaya P206 Tanjong Manis Vacant
Vacant Vacant Vacant P136 Tangga Batu Vacant P141 Sekijang P186 Sandakan Vacant P031 Kuala Krai P039 Dungun P022 Pasir Mas P016 Baling P029 Machang P201 Batang Lupar P061 Padang Rengas P112 Kuala Langat Vacant
P089 Bentong P053 Balik Pulau P091 Rompin Vacant
P088 Temerloh P133 Tampin Vacant Vacant Vacant P195 Bandar Kuching P152 Kluang Vacant P164 Pontian P073 Pasir Salak (Chairman of BBC) P033 Besut P187 Kinabatangan
(Deputy Chief Minister of Sabah / MLA for Lamag)
P217 Bintulu (Special Envoy / MLA for Dudong) (Senator)
(Deputy Minister)
Vacant P059 Bukit Gantang Vacant
P142 Labis P002 Kangar P096 Kuala Selangor P138 Kota Melaka (Senator)
(Deputy Minister)
P180 Keningau
(Deputy Chief Minister of Sabah / MLA for Tambunan)
Vacant Vacant
P115 Batu Vacant Vacant Vacant P046 Batu Kawan P050 Jelutong P062 Sungai Siput Vacant P035 Kuala Nerus (Deputy Chairman of BBC) P025 Bachok P055 Lenggong P125 Putrajaya P165 Tanjung Piai
(Deputy Minister)
(Senator)
(Deputy Minister / MLA for Kelebang)
P209 Julau Vacant Vacant
Vacant P212 Sibu P117 Segambut P074 Lumut P144 Ledang Vacant Vacant P207 Igan P078 Cameron Highlands P042 Tasek Gelugor
P192 Mas Gading Vacant Vacant P101 Hulu Langat P036 Kuala Terengganu
(Deputy Minister)
Vacant Vacant Vacant
P052 Bayan Baru Vacant P051 Bukit Gelugor Vacant Vacant P135 Alor Gajah P199 Serian (Special Envoy) Vacant P157 Pengerang P210 Kanowit
(Deputy Minister)
P011 Pendang
(Deputy Minister)
P028 Pasir Puteh
(Deputy Minister)
P218 Sibuti
P159 Pasir Gudang Vacant Vacant P009 Alor Setar P149 Sri Gading P143 Pagoh (Chairman of MPN) P037 Marang (Special Envoy) P085 Pekan (Vacant) P075 Bagan Datuk P222 Lawas
(Deputy Minister)
P020 Pengkalan Chepa
(Deputy Minister)
P178 Sipitang
(Deputy Minister)
Vacant Vacant
P048 Bukit Bendera P110 Klang P064 Ipoh Timor (Chairman of PAC) P045 Bukit Mertajam P006 Kubang Pasu
(MLA for Anak Bukit)
P032 Gua Musang E D C P140 Segamat
(Deputy Minister)
P198 Puncak Borneo
(Deputy Minister)
P182 Pensiangan
(Deputy Minister)
P176 Kimanis
(Deputy Minister)
P034 Setiu P013 Sik
P094 Hulu Selangor Vacant Vacant P010 Kuala Kedah Vacant P005 Jerlun
(MLA for Jitra)
Sergeant-at-Arm P179 Ranau
(Deputy Minister)
P205 Saratok
(Deputy Minister)
P221 Limbang
(Deputy Minister)
P126 Jelebu
(Deputy Minister)
Vacant Vacant
P172 Kota Kinabalu P190 Tawau
(MLA for Api-Api)
P118 Setiawangsa P070 Kampar P151 Simpang Renggam P004 Langkawi P038 Hulu Terengganu
(Deputy Minister)
P047 Nibong Tebal
(Deputy Minister)
P215 Mukah
(Deputy Minister)
P023 Rantau Panjang
(Deputy Minister)
P040 Kemaman P012 Jerai
P145 Bakri P211 Lanang P123 Cheras P071 Gopeng P049 Tanjong
(Chief Minister of Penang / MLA for Padang Kota)
F the Mace B P168 Kota Marudu
(Minister)
P119 Titiwangsa
(Minister)
P156 Kota Tinggi
(Minister)
P067 Kuala Kangsar
(Deputy Minister)
P134 Masjid Tanah
(Deputy Minister)
P104 Subang P107 Sungai Buloh P097 Selayang P122 Seputeh P044 Permatang Pauh P072 Tapah
(Minister)
P147 Parit Sulong
(Minister)
P099 Ampang
(Minister)
P087 Kuala Krau
(Deputy Minister)
P058 Bagan Serai
(Deputy Minister)
P114 Kepong P102 Bangi P185 Batu Sapi (Vacant) P174 Penampang
(MLA for Moyog)
P116 Wangsa Maju P100 Pandan P148 Ayer Hitam (Minister) P041 Kepala Batas
(Minister)
P007 Padang Terap
(Minister)
P086 Maran
(Deputy Minister)
P093 Sungai Besar
(Deputy Minister)
(Senator)
(Deputy Minister)
P014 Merbok P109 Kapar P008 Pokok Sena P057 Parit Buntar P065 Ipoh Barat P076 Teluk Intan
(MLA for Aulong)
(Senator) (Senior Minister) P026 Ketereh
(Minister)
P154 Mersing
(Minister)
P079 Lipis
(Deputy Minister)
P124 Bandar Tun Razak
(Deputy Minister)
(Senator)
(Deputy Minister)
P066 Batu Gajah P121 Lembah Pantai P080 Raub P160 Johor Bahru P120 Bukit Bintang P043 Bagan
(MLA for Air Putih)
G A P194 Petra Jaya (Senior Minister) P215 Kapit (Minister) P082 Indera Mahkota
(Minister)
(Senator) (Minister) P129 Kuala Pilah
(Deputy Minister)
Vacant
P170 Tuaran P068 Beruas P219 Miri P196 Stampin
(MLA for Padungan)
P146 Muar P189 Semporna
(MLA for Senallang)
Senator (Minister) P056 Larut
(Minister)
P030 Jeli
(Minister / MLA for Air Lanas)
P063 Tambun
(Minister)
P001 Padang Besar
(Deputy Minister)
Vacant
P113 Sepang P137 Hang Tuah Jaya P106 Damansara P162 Iskandar Puteri P103 Puchong P128 Seremban
(MLA for Chennah)
P153 Sembrong (Senior Minister) P024 Kubang Kerian
(Minister)
P155 Tenggara
(Minister)
P003 Arau
(Minister)
P139 Jasin
(Deputy Minister)
P150 Batu Pahat (Deputy Speaker)
P163 Kulai P108 Shah Alam P077 Tanjong Malim P161 Pulai
(MLA for Simpang Jeram)
P111 Kota Raja P098 Gombak (Senior Minister / MLA for Bukit Antarabangsa) P183 Beluran
(Minister)
P131 Rembau
(Minister)
P095 Tanjong Karang
(Minister)
P084 Paya Besar
(Deputy Minister)
P171 Sepanggar P083 Kuantan P015 Sungai Petani
(MLA for Gurun)
P018 Kulim-Bandar Baharu
(MLA for Pantai Jerejak)
P132 Port Dickson (Opposition Leader) Secretary P090 Bera (Prime Minister) P193 Santubong
(Minister)
P021 Kota Bharu
(Minister)
P200 Batang Sadong
(Minister)
P027 Tanah Merah
(Deputy Minister)
Speaker
Yang Di-Pertuan Agong
  • The seating arrangement is viewable at the official website of the Parliament.[6]

Former seating arrangementEdit

Seating arrangement until 23 February 2020.

Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant P059 Bukit Gantang Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant P183 Beluran P167 Kudat
Vacant P218 Sibuti P182 Pensiangan Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant P027 Tanah Merah P042 Tasek Gelugor P187 Beaufort
P206 Tanjong Manis P154 Mersing
P207 Igan P221 Limbang P180 Keningau P186 Sandakan P192 Mas Gading P138 Kota Melaka P219 Miri P208 Sarikei P212 Sibu P093 Sungai Besar P144 Ledang P118 Setiawangsa P190 Tawau P105 Petaling Jaya P203 Lubok Antu P198 Puncak Borneo P056 Larut
P204 Betong P220 Baram P179 Ranau P134 Masjid Tanah
Vacant P216 Hulu Rajang P210 Kanowit P201 Batang Lupar P046 Batu Kawan P110 Klang P051 Bukit Gelugor P114 Kepong P070 Kampar P104 Subang P047 Nibong Tebal P010 Kuala Kedah P116 Wangsa Maju P141 Sekijang P173 Putatan P058 Bagan Serai Vacant
Vacant Vacant P222 Lawas P200 Batang Sadong P136 Tangga Batu P159 Pasir Gudang P115 Batu P178 Sipitang
Vacant Vacant P215 Kapit P197 Kota Samarahan P217 Bintulu P211 Lanang P106 Damansara P066 Batu Gajah P068 Beruas P120 Bukit Bintang P097 Selayang P044 Permatang Pauh P094 Hulu Selangor P017 Padang Serai P158 Tebrau P209 Julau P184 Libaran
Vacant P202 Sri Aman Vacant P213 Mukah P168 Kota Marudu P014 Merbok P002 Kangar P121 Lembah Pantai P175 Papar P038 Hulu Terengganu
Vacant Vacant Vacant P199 Serian P077 Tanjong Malim P009 Alor Setar P048 Bukit Bendera P092 Sabak Bernam
P040 Kemaman Vacant Vacant P170 Tuaran P005 Jerlun P063 Tambun P123 Cheras P015 Sungai Petani P109 Kapar P169 Kota Belud P062 Sungai Siput P160 Johor Bahru P181 Tenom
Vacant P036 Kuala Terengganu P011 Pendang P028 Pasir Puteh P193 Santubong P049 Tanjong P189 Semporna P132 Port Dickson P162 Iskandar Puteri Vacant P191 Kalabakan P195 Bandar Kuching P050 Jelutong P166 Labuan
Vacant P034 Setiu P031 Kuala Krai P020 Pengkalan Chepa P025 Bachok P194 Petra Jaya E D C P074 Lumut P124 Bandar Tun Razak P133 Tampin P140 Segamat P130 Rasah P172 Kota Kinabalu
Vacant P013 Sik P019 Tumpat P039 Dungun P035 Kuala Nerus P024 Kubang Kerian Sergeant-at-Arm P088 Temerloh P102 Bangi P101 Hulu Langat P089 Bentong P060 Taiping P142 Labis
Vacant P012 Jerai P022 Pasir Mas P023 Rantau Panjang P021 Kota Bharu P037 Marang P008 Pokok Sena P113 Sepang P064 Ipoh Timur P205 Saratok P152 Kluang P030 Jeli
Vacant P067 Kuala Kangsar P156 Kota Tinggi P125 Putrajaya P032 Gua Musang F the Mace B P119 Titiwangsa P018 Kulim-Bandar Baharu P188 Lahad Datu (Silam) P071 Gopeng P045 Bukit Mertajam
Vacant P127 Jempol P086 Maran P029 Machang P153 Sembrong P099 Ampang P112 Kuala Langat P185 Batu Sapi P107 Sungai Buloh P163 Kulai
Vacant Vacant P001 Padang Besar P139 Jasin P073 Pasir Salak P026 Ketereh P098 Gombak P135 Alor Gajah P108 Shah Alam P052 Bayan Baru P117 Segambut P171 Sepanggar
Vacant P176 Kimanis P069 Parit P091 Rompin P041 Kepala Batas P007 Padang Terap P151 Simpang Renggam P146 Muar P057 Parit Buntar P137 Hang Tuah Jaya P080 Raub (Senator)
Vacant P165 Tanjung Piai P126 Jelebu P187 Kinabatangan P095 Tanjung Karang P072 Tapah G A P111 Kota Raja P096 Kuala Selangor P082 Indera Mahkota P129 Kuala Pilah P196 Stampin (Senator)
Vacant P078 Cameron Highlands P081 Jerantut P164 Pontian P131 Rembau P148 Ayer Hitam P043 Bagan P161 Pulai P214 Selangau P006 Kubang Pasu P053 Balik Pulau (Senator)
Vacant P084 Paya Besar P054 Gerik P087 Kuala Krau P033 Besut P075 Bagan Datuk P143 Pagoh P065 Ipoh Barat P145 Bakri Deputy Minister (Vacant) P083 Kuantan (Senator)
P155 Tenggara P016 Baling P055 Lenggong P003 Arau P085 Pekan P100 Pandan (Deputy Prime Minister) P103 Puchong P122 Seputeh P149 Sri Gading P076 Teluk Intan (Deputy Speaker)
P061 Padang Rengas P079 Lipis P147 Parit Sulong P157 Pengerang P090 Bera (Opposition Leader) Secretary P004 Langkawi (Prime Minister) P128 Seremban P174 Penampang (Senator) P150 Batu Pahat (Deputy Speaker)
Speaker
Yang Di-Pertuan Agong

Elected members by stateEdit

Shortcut:

Perlis | Kedah | Kelantan | Terengganu | Pulau Pinang | Perak | Pahang | Selangor | Kuala Lumpur | Putrajaya | Negeri Sembilan | Melaka | Johor | Labuan | Sabah | Sarawak

PerlisEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
BN 2 | PH 1
P001 Padang Besar   Zahidi Zainul Abidin BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Communications and Multimedia
P002 Kangar   Noor Amin Ahmad PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure
P003 Arau   Shahidan Kassim BN (UMNO) Minister of Federal Territories / Member of the Select Committee of House

KedahEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 7 | PN 3 | GTA PEJUANG 3 | BN 2
P004 Langkawi   Mahathir Mohamad[N 103][7][8] GTA (PEJUANG)
P005 Jerlun   Mukhriz Mahathir[N 104][7][8] GTA (PEJUANG) MLA of Jitra
P006 Kubang Pasu   Amiruddin Hamzah[N 105][7][8] GTA (PEJUANG) MLA of Anak Bukit
P007 Padang Terap   Mahdzir Khalid BN (UMNO) Minister of Rural Development
P008 Pokok Sena   Mahfuz Omar PH (AMANAH)
P009 Alor Setar   Chan Ming Kai PH (PKR)
P010 Kuala Kedah   Azman Ismail PH (PKR)
P011 Pendang   Awang Hashim PN (PAS) Deputy Minister of Human Resources
P012 Jerai   Sabri Azit PN (PAS) Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure
P013 Sik   Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman PN (PAS) Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development
P014 Merbok   Nor Azrina Surip PH (PKR)
P015 Sungai Petani   Johari Abdul PH (PKR) Chief Whip of People's Justice Party (PKR) / MLA of Gurun / Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Security
P016 Baling   Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim BN (UMNO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation / Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure
P017 Padang Serai   Karuppaiya Muthusamy PH (PKR)
P018 Kulim-Bandar Baharu   Saifuddin Nasution Ismail PH (PKR) MLA of Pantai Jerejak / Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade

KelantanEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PN 11 | BN 3
P019 Tumpat   Che Abdullah Mat Nawi PN (PAS) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade / Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P020 Pengkalan Chepa   Ahmad Marzuk Shaary PN (PAS) Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Religious Affairs)
P021 Kota Bharu   Takiyuddin Hassan PN (PAS) Minister of Energy and Natural Resources
P022 Pasir Mas   Ahmad Fadhli Shaari PN (PAS) Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights
P023 Rantau Panjang   Siti Zailah Mohd. Yusoff PN (PAS) Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development
P024 Kubang Kerian   Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man PN (PAS) Minister of Environment and Water
P025 Bachok   Nik Mohamed Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz PN (PAS) Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P026 Ketereh   Annuar Musa BN (UMNO) Minister of Communication and Multimedia
P027 Tanah Merah   Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz[N 106][9] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Defence
P028 Pasir Puteh   Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh PN (PAS) Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food Industries / Member of the Select Committee of Privillage
P029 Machang   Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub BN (UMNO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure / Member of the Special Select Committee on Education
P030 Jeli   Mustapa Mohamed[N 107][10][11] PN (BERSATU) Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Economy) / MLA of Air Lanas
P031 Kuala Krai   Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman PN (PAS) Chairman of the Special Select Committee in Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department / Member of the Special Select Committee on Education / Member of the Select Committee of House
P032 Gua Musang   Tengku Razaleigh Tengku Mohd. Hamzah BN (UMNO)

TerengganuEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PN 6 | BN 1 | IND 1
P033 Besut   Idris Jusoh BN (UMNO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P034 Setiu   Shaharizukirnain Abdul Kadir PN (PAS) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department
P035 Kuala Nerus   Mohd. Khairuddin Aman Razali IND Deputy Chairman of the Government Backbenchers Club of Malaysia (BBC) / Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P036 Kuala Terengganu   Ahmad Amzad Mohamed Hashim PN (PAS) Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation / Member of the Select Committee of Standing Order
P037 Marang   Abdul Hadi Awang PN (PAS) Special Envoy of the Prime Minister to the Middle East / Member of the Select Committee of Selection
P038 Hulu Terengganu   Rosol Wahid[N 108][9] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
P039 Dungun   Wan Hassan Mohd. Ramli PN (PAS) Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P040 Kemaman   Che Alias Hamid PN (PAS) Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development

PenangEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 10 | PN 2 | BN 1
P041 Kepala Batas   Reezal Merican Naina Merican BN (UMNO) Minister of Housing and Local Government
P042 Tasek Gelugor   Shabudin Yahaya[N 109][9] PN (BERSATU) Member of the Select Committee of House
P043 Bagan   Lim Guan Eng PH (DAP) MLA of Air Putih / Member of the Select Committee of Selection
P044 Permatang Pauh   Nurul Izzah Anwar PH (PKR) Member of the Public Accounts Committee
P045 Bukit Mertajam   Steven Sim Chee Keong PH (DAP)
P046 Batu Kawan   Kasthuriraani Patto PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P047 Nibong Tebal   Mansor Othman[N 110][12][13] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Environment and Water
P048 Bukit Bendera   Wong Hon Wai PH (DAP)
P049 Tanjong   Chow Kon Yeow PH (DAP) Chief Minister of Penang / MLA of Padang Kota
P050 Jelutong   Sanisvara Nethaji Rayer Rajaji PH (DAP)
P051 Bukit Gelugor   Ramkarpal Singh Karpal Singh PH (DAP) Member of the Select Committee of Privillege
P052 Bayan Baru   Sim Tze Tzin PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P053 Balik Pulau   Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik PH (PKR)

PerakEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 12 | BN 7 | PN 4 | VAC 1
P054 Gerik Vacant
P055 Lenggong   Shamsul Anuar Nasarah BN (UMNO)
P056 Larut   Hamzah Zainudin[N 111][9] PN (BERSATU) Minister of Home Affairs
P057 Parit Buntar   Mujahid Yusof Rawa PH (AMANAH)
P058 Bagan Serai   Noor Azmi Ghazali[N 112][14] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Health
P059 Bukit Gantang   Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz Syed Abdul Fasal[N 113][15] PN (BERSATU)
P060 Taiping   Teh Kok Lim PH (DAP)
P061 Padang Rengas   Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz BN (UMNO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights / Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P062 Sungai Siput   Kesavan Subramaniam PH (PKR)
P063 Tambun   Ahmad Faizal Azumu PN (BERSATU) Minister of Youth and Sports / MLA of Chenderiang
P064 Ipoh Timor   Wong Kah Woh PH (DAP) Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC)
P065 Ipoh Barat   Kulasegaran Murugeson PH (DAP)
P066 Batu Gajah   Sivakumar Varatharaju Naidu PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Education
P067 Kuala Kangsar   Mastura Mohd. Yazid BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Special Functions)
P068 Beruas   James Ngeh Koo Ham PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights
P069 Parit   Mohd. Nizar Zakaria BN (UMNO) Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department
P070 Kampar   Thomas Su Keong Siong PH (DAP)
P071 Gopeng   Lee Boon Chye PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P072 Tapah   Saravanan Murugan BN (MIC) Minister of Human Resources
P073 Pasir Salak   Tajuddin Abdul Rahman BN (UMNO) Chairman of the Government Backbenchers Club of Malaysia (BBC) / Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department / Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P074 Lumut   Mohd. Hatta Md. Ramli PH (AMANAH) Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Select Committee of House
P075 Bagan Datuk   Ahmad Zahid Hamidi BN (UMNO) Chief Whip of Barisan Nasional / Member of the Select Committee of Selection
P076 Teluk Intan   David Nga Kor Ming PH (DAP) MLA of Aulong
P077 Tanjong Malim   Chang Lih Kang PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure

PahangEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
BN 8 | PH 4 | PN 1 | VAC 1
P078 Cameron Highlands   Ramli Mohd. Noor[N 114][16][17]

BN (UMNO)

Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P079 Lipis   Abdul Rahman Mohamad BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Rural Development
P080 Raub   Tengku Zulpuri Shah Raja Puji PH (DAP)
P081 Jerantut   Ahmad Nazlan Idris BN (UMNO) Member of the Select Committee of Standing Order / Member of the Special Select Committee on Education
P082 Indera Mahkota   Saifuddin Abdullah[N 115][12][13] PN (BERSATU) Minister of Foreign Affairs
P083 Kuantan   Fuziah Salleh PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development
P084 Paya Besar   Mohd. Shahar Abdullah BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Finance
P085 Pekan Vacant
P086 Maran   Ismail Abdul Muttalib BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Housing and Local Government
P087 Kuala Krau   Ismail Mohamed Said BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Home Affairs
P088 Temerloh   Mohd. Anuar Mohd. Tahir PH (AMANAH)
P089 Bentong   Wong Tack PH (DAP)
P090 Bera   Ismail Sabri Yaakob BN (UMNO) Prime Minister / Chairman of National Security Council
P091 Rompin   Hasan Arifin BN (UMNO) Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy / Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development

SelangorEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 17 | PN 3 | BN 1 | PBM 1 | IND 1
P092 Sabak Bernam   Mohamad Fasiah Mohd. Fakeh[N 116][9] PN (BERSATU) Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Special Select Committee on Education / Member of the Select Committee of Privillage
P093 Sungai Besar   Muslimin Yahaya PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperative
P094 Hulu Selangor   June Leow Hsiad Hui PH (PKR)
P095 Tanjong Karang   Noh Omar BN (UMNO) Minister of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperative
P096 Kuala Selangor   Dzulkefly Ahmad PH (AMANAH) Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P097 Selayang   William Leong Jee Keen PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department
P098 Gombak   Mohamed Azmin Ali[N 117][18][13] PN (BERSATU) Senior Minister of International Trade and Industry / Chief Whip of Perikatan Nasional / Chief Whip of Malaysian United Indigenous Party (BERSATU) / MLA of Bukit Antarabangsa / Member of the Select Committee of Selection
P099 Ampang   Zuraida Kamaruddin[N 118][18][13] PBM Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities
P100 Pandan   Wan Azizah Wan Ismail PH (PKR)
P101 Hulu Langat   Hasanuddin Mohd. Yunus PH (AMANAH) Chief Whip of National Trust Party (AMANAH)
P102 Bangi   Ong Kian Ming PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P103 Puchong   Gobind Singh Deo PH (DAP)
P104 Subang   Wong Chen PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P105 Petaling Jaya   Maria Chin Abdullah PH (PKR)
P106 Damansara   Tony Pua Kiam Wee PH (DAP)
P107 Sungai Buloh   Sivarasa Rasiah PH (PKR) Member of the Select Committee of Standing Order
P108 Shah Alam   Khalid Abdul Samad PH (AMANAH) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P109 Kapar   Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid PH (PKR)
P110 Klang   Charles Anthony Santiago PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights
P111 Kota Raja   Mohamad Sabu PH (AMANAH) Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P112 Kuala Langat   Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam[19] IND
P113 Sepang   Mohamed Hanipa Maidin PH (AMANAH)

Federal Territory of Kuala LumpurEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 9 | PN 2
P114 Kepong   Lim Lip Eng PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P115 Batu   Prabakaran Parameswaran[N 119][20] PH (PKR)
P116 Wangsa Maju   Tan Yee Kew PH (PKR)
P117 Segambut   Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan PH (DAP) Member of the Select Committee of Standing Order / Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development
P118 Setiawangsa   Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Education
P119 Titiwangsa   Rina Mohd. Harun PN (BERSATU) Minister of Women, Family and Community Development
P120 Bukit Bintang   Fong Kui Lun PH (DAP)
P121 Lembah Pantai   Ahmad Fahmi Mohamed Fadzil PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development
P122 Seputeh   Teresa Kok Suh Sim PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P123 Cheras   Tan Kok Wai PH (DAP)
P124 Bandar Tun Razak   Kamarudin Jaffar[N 120][12][13] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

Federal Territory of PutrajayaEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
BN 1
P125 Putrajaya   Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor BN (UMNO)

Negeri SembilanEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 4 | BN 3 | PN 1
P126 Jelebu   Jalaluddin Alias BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Federal Territories
P127 Jempol   Mohd. Salim Mohd. Shariff BN (UMNO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade
P128 Seremban   Anthony Loke Siew Fook PH (DAP) Chief Whip Coordinator of Pakatan Harapan / Chief Whip of Democratic Action Party (DAP) / MLA of Chennah
P129 Kuala Pilah   Eddin Syazlee Shith PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Economy)
P130 Rasah   Cha Kee Chin PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade
P131 Rembau   Khairy Jamaluddin BN (UMNO) Minister of Health
P132 Port Dickson   Anwar Ibrahim[N 121][21] PH (PKR) Leader of the Opposition / Member of the Select Committee of Selection
P133 Tampin   Hasan Bahrom PH (AMANAH)

MalaccaEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 3 | PN 2 | BN 1
P134 Masjid Tanah   Mas Ermieyati Samsudin[N 122][22][9] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Parliament and Law)
P135 Alor Gajah   Mohd. Redzuan Md. Yusof PN (BERSATU) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy / Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P136 Tangga Batu   Rusnah Aluai PH (PKR)
P137 Hang Tuah Jaya   Shamsul Iskandar Mohd. Akin PH (PKR) Member of the Select Committee of Privillage
P138 Kota Melaka   Khoo Poay Tiong PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department
P139 Jasin   Ahmad Hamzah BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food Industries

JohorEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
PH 11 | BN 8 | PN 4 | PEJUANG 1 | PBM 1 | MUDA 1
P140 Segamat   Edmund Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu[N 123][12][13] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture
P141 Sekijang   Natrah Ismail PH (PKR)
P142 Labis   Pang Hok Liong PH (DAP)
P143 Pagoh   Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin PN (BERSATU) Chairman of National Recovery Council /Chairman of Perikatan Nasional
P144 Ledang   Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P145 Bakri   Yeo Bee Yin PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P146 Muar   Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman[N 124][23][7] MUDA (PH+) [24] Founder and president of MUDA[24]
P147 Parit Sulong   Noraini Ahmad BN (UMNO) Minister of Higher Education
P148 Ayer Hitam   Wee Ka Siong BN (MCA) Minister of Transportation
P149 Sri Gading   Shahruddin Md. Salleh[N 125][25][8] GTA (PEJUANG)
P150 Batu Pahat   Mohd. Rashid Hasnon[N 126][12][13] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Speaker
P151 Simpang Renggam   Maszlee Malik[N 127][7][8][26][27] PH (PKR) Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Education
P152 Kluang   Wong Shu Qi PH (DAP)
P153 Sembrong   Hishammuddin Hussein BN (UMNO) Senior Minister of Defence
P154 Mersing   Abdul Latiff Ahmad[N 128][9] PN (BERSATU) Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Special Affairs)
P155 Tenggara   Adham Baba BN (UMNO) Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
P156 Kota Tinggi   Halimah Mohamed Sadique BN (UMNO) Minister of National Unity
P157 Pengerang   Azalina Othman Said BN (UMNO) Chairwoman of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development
P158 Tebrau   Steven Choong Shiau Yoon[28] PBM
P159 Pasir Gudang   Hassan Abdul Karim PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights
P160 Johor Bahru   Akmal Nasrullah Mohd. Nasir PH (PKR)
P161 Pulai   Salahuddin Ayub PH (AMANAH) MLA of Simpang Jeram / Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade / Chairman of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P162 Iskandar Puteri   Lim Kit Siang PH (DAP)
P163 Kulai   Teo Nie Ching PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Education
P164 Pontian   Ahmad Maslan BN (UMNO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade
P165 Tanjung Piai   Wee Jeck Seng[N 129][29] BN (MCA) Deputy Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities

Federal Territory of LabuanEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
WARISAN 1
P166 Labuan   Rozman Isli[N 130][30] WARISAN Chief Whip of WARISAN

SabahEdit

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
GRS 8 | WARISAN 6 | PH 6 | BN 3 | PBM 1 | VAC 1
P167 Kudat   Abdul Rahim Bakri[N 131][31][32] GRS (PN-BERSATU) Member of the Special Select Committee on Security
P168 Kota Marudu   Maximus Johnity Ongkili[N 132][33] GRS (PBS) Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Sabah and Sarawak Affairs)
P169 Kota Belud   Isnaraissah Munirah Majilis WARISAN
P170 Tuaran   Wilfred Madius Tangau[N 133][34] PH (UPKO) Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights
P171 Sepanggar   Mohd. Azis Jamman WARISAN Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department
P172 Kota Kinabalu   Chan Foong Hin PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department
P173 Putatan   Awang Husaini Awang Sahari PH (PKR) Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P174 Penampang   Darell Leiking WARISAN MLA of Moyog
P175 Papar   Ahmad Hassan WARISAN Member of the Public Accounts Committee
P176 Kimanis   Mohamad Alamin[N 134][35][36][37] BN (UMNO) Deputy Minister of Education / Member of the Select Committee of Privillage
P177 Beaufort   Azizah Mohd. Dun[N 135][31][32] GRS (PN-BERSATU) Deputy Chairwoman of the Public Accounts Committee / Chairwoman of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights / Member of the Select Committee of Standing Order / Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs
P178 Sipitang   Yamani Hafez Musa[N 136][38] GRS (PN-BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Finance
P179 Ranau   Jonathan Yasin[N 137][12][13] GRS (PN-BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Home Affairs
P180 Keningau   Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan GRS (PN-STAR) Deputy Chief Minister of Sabah / State Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries of Sabah / MLA of Tambunan
P181 Tenom   Noorita Sual PH (DAP)
P182 Pensiangan   Arthur Joseph Kurup[N 138][39] BN (PBRS) Deputy Minister of Works
P183 Beluran   Ronald Kiandee[N 139][31][32] GRS (PN-BERSATU) Minister of Agriculture and Food Industries
P184 Libaran   Zakaria Mohd. Edris[N 140][31][32] GRS (PN-BERSATU) Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights / Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade / Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure
P185 Batu Sapi Vacant
P186 Sandakan   Vivian Wong Shir Yee[N 141][40] PH (DAP)
P187 Kinabatangan   Bung Moktar Radin BN (UMNO) Deputy Chief Minister of Sabah / State Minister of Works of Sabah / MLA of Lamag / Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P188 Lahad Datu   Mohammadin Ketapi PBM MLA of Segama
P189 Semporna   Mohd. Shafie Apdal WARISAN MLA of Senallang
P190 Tawau   Christina Liew Chin Jin PH (PKR) MLA of Api-Api
P191 Kalabakan   Ma'mun Sulaiman WARISAN Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade

SarawakEdit

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 the general elections on 9 May 2018.[41]

No. Federal constituency Portrait Name Coalition (party) Remarks
GPS 19 | PH 7 | PSB 1 | PN 1 | PBM 1 | IND 2
P192 Mas Gading   Mordi Bimol PH (DAP)
P193 Santubong   Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar GPS (PBB) Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Parliament and Law)
P194 Petra Jaya   Fadillah Yusof GPS (PBB) Senior Minister of Works / Chief Whip of Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) / Member of the Select Committee of Selection
P195 Bandar Kuching   Kelvin Yii Lee Wuen PH (DAP) Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P196 Stampin   Chong Chieng Jen PH (DAP) MLA of Padungan
P197 Kota Samarahan   Rubiah Wang GPS (PBB) Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development
P198 Puncak Borneo   Willie Mongin[N 142][12][13][42] GPS (PBB) Deputy Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities
P199 Serian   Richard Riot Jaem GPS (SUPP) Special Envoy of the Prime Minister to East Asia
P200 Batang Sadong   Nancy Shukri GPS (PBB) Minister of Tourism, Art and Culture
P201 Batang Lupar   Rohani Abdul Karim GPS (PBB) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agriculture and Domestic Trade
P202 Sri Aman   Masir Kujat[N 143][43] IND
P203 Lubok Antu   Jugah Muyang[N 144][44][45] IND
P204 Betong   Robert Lawson Chuat GPS (PBB) Member of the Special Select Committee on Finance and Economy
P205 Saratok   Ali Biju[N 145][12][13] PN (BERSATU) Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources
P206 Tanjong Manis   Yusuf Abd. Wahab GPS (PBB) Chairman of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure
P207 Igan   Ahmad Johnie Zawawi GPS (PBB) Member of the Special Select Committee on Education
P208 Sarikei   Wong Ling Biu PH (DAP)
P209 Julau   Larry S'ng Wei Shien[N 146][44][46] PBM
P210 Kanowit   Aaron Ago Dagang GPS (PRS) Deputy Minister of Health
P211 Lanang   Alice Lau Kiong Yieng PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Woman, Child Affairs and Social Development / Member of the Select Committee of House
P212 Sibu   Oscar Ling Chai Yew PH (DAP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Infrastructure
P213 Mukah   Hanifah Hajar Taib GPS (PBB) Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Sabah and Sarawak Affairs)
P214 Selangau   Baru Bian[N 147][12][47] PSB MLA of Ba'Kelalan
P215 Kapit   Alexander Nanta Linggi GPS (PBB) Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
P216 Hulu Rajang   Wilson Ugak Kumbong GPS (PRS) Member of the Select Committee of Privillage / Member of the Special Select Committee of Security
P217 Bintulu   Tiong King Sing GPS (PDP) Special Envoy of the Prime Minister to People's Republic of China, Hong Kong and Macao / Member of the Select Committee of House / Member of the Special Select Committee on International Affairs / MLA of Dudong
P218 Sibuti   Lukanisman Awang Sauni GPS (PBB) Member of the Public Accounts Committee / Member of the Special Select Committee on Health, Science and Innovation
P219 Miri   Michael Teo Yu Keng PH (PKR)
P220 Baram   Anyi Ngau GPS (PDP) Member of the Special Select Committee on Agencies under the Prime Minister's Department / Member of the Special Select Committee on Fundamental Liberty and Constitutional Rights
P221 Limbang   Hasbi Habibollah GPS (PBB) Deputy Minister of Rural Development
P222 Lawas   Henry Sum Agong GPS (PBB) Deputy Minister of Transport

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The PH coalition with WARISAN as confidence and supply won the GE14 election on 9 May 2018. UPKO joined the government as confidence and supply on 10 May 2018.
    After Sheraton Move in February 2020, the new PN coalition consisting of PPBM, PAS, and STAR, with BN, GPS, and PBS as confidence and supply replaced the PHWARISANUPKO government.
    After UMNO's withdrawal of the confidence and supply of PN in August 2021, BN once again became the government, with PN, GPS, and PBS as confidence and supply, replacing the PNBNGPSPBS government.
    In November 2021, the newly formed PBM joins the BN government as confidence and supply.
  2. ^ Prabakaran Parameswaran, Jugah Muyang, Larry Sng
  3. ^ 112 needed for a simple majority.
  4. ^ PHWARISAN
  5. ^ 3 independent MPs join PKR.
  6. ^ 14 independent MPs join PPBM.
  7. ^ 2019 Tanjung Piai by-electionBN gains from PH
  8. ^ 1 MP left UMNO to join WARISAN.
  9. ^ UPKO consisting of 1 MP left the BN coalition and joined the PH government as confidence and supply.
  10. ^ PBB, PRS, PDP, and SUPP consisting of 19 MPs left the BN coalition and formed the GPS coalition.
  11. ^ PBS and PBRS consisting of 2 MPs left the BN coalition and formed the GBS coalition together with STAR, of which consists 1 MP.
  12. ^ 16 MPs left UMNO to become independents.
  13. ^ 1 MP left UMNO to join WARISAN.
  14. ^ 2019 Tanjung Piai by-electionBN gains from PH
  15. ^ 2020 Kimanis by-electionBN gains from IND
  16. ^ STAR consisting of 1 MP left the USA coalition to form the GBS coalition. The USA coalition is now defunct.
  17. ^ 3 independent MPs join PKR.
  18. ^ 16 MPs left UMNO to become independents.
  19. ^ 14 independent MPs join PPBM.
  20. ^ 2020 Kimanis by-electionBN gains from IND
  21. ^ UPKO consisting of 1 MP left the BN coalition and joined the PH government as confidence and supply.
  22. ^ PBB, PRS, PDP, and SUPP consisting of 19 MPs left the BN coalition and formed the GPS coalition.
  23. ^ 1 MP left PRS to form PSB.
  24. ^ PBS and PBRS consisting of 2 MPs left the BN coalition and formed the GBS coalition together with STAR, of which consists 1 MP.
  25. ^ 1 MP left PRS to form PSB.
  26. ^ Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz
  27. ^ 112 needed for a simple majority.
  28. ^ PHWARISANUPKO
  29. ^ PPBM consisting of 26 MPs left the PH coalition, resulting in the collapse of the PH-led government. 5 MPs subsequently left PPBM to become independents, while PPBM consisting of the remaining 21 MPs form the PN coalition.
  30. ^ 11 MPs left PKR to become independent, resulting in the collapse of the PH-led government. 10 of which aligned themselves with the PN government.
  31. ^ Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah does not support the PN-led government, even though his party, UMNO, a component party of BN, is part of the government as confidence and supply. Even so, he still remains as a member of UMNO.
  32. ^ PBRS consisting of 1 MP left the GBS coalition and rejoins the BN coalition. The GBS coalition is now defunct.
  33. ^ Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah does not support the PN-led government, even though his party, UMNO, a component party of BN, is part of the government as confidence and supply. Even so, he still remains as a member of UMNO.
  34. ^ PAS consisting of 18 MPs left the GS coalition and formed the PN coalition, which replaced the PH-led government. The GS coalition is now defunct.
  35. ^ 11 MPs left PKR to become independent, resulting in the collapse of the PH-led government. 10 of which aligned themselves with the PN government.
  36. ^ PPBM consisting of 26 MPs left the PH coalition, resulting in the collapse of the PH-led government. 5 MPs subsequently left PPBM to become independents, while PPBM consisting of the remaining 21 MPs form the PN coalition.
  37. ^ 11 MPs left PKR to become independent, resulting in the collapse of the PH-led government. 10 of which aligned themselves with the PN government.
  38. ^ PBRS consisting of 1 MP left the GBS coalition and rejoins the BN coalition. The GBS coalition is now defunct.
  39. ^ STAR consisting of 1 MP left the GBS coalition and forms the PN coalition. The GBS coalition is now defunct.
  40. ^ PBS consisting of 1 MP left the GBS coalition and joins the PN-led government as confidence and supply. The GBS coalition is now defunct.
  41. ^ PPBM consisting of its remaining 21 MPs, PAS consisting of 18 MPs, and STAR consisting of 1 MP left PH, GS, and GBS respectively, form the PN coalition.
  42. ^ PBS consisting of 1 MP left the GBS coalition and joins the PN-led government as confidence and supply. The GBS coalition is now defunct.
  43. ^ 112 needed for a simple majority.
  44. ^ PH-led government collapses.
  45. ^ BN joined the PN-led government as confidence and supply, which replaced the PH-led government.
  46. ^ Mansor Othman, Syed Abu Hussin Hafiz, Saifuddin Abdullah, Azmin Ali, Zuraida Kamaruddin, Kamarudin Jaffar, Edmund Santhara, Mohd Rashid Hasnon, Jonathan Yasin, Willie Mongin, Ali Biju
  47. ^ Mahathir Mohamad, Mukhriz Mahathir, Amiruddin Hamzah, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, Maszlee Malik, Baru Bian
  48. ^ 112 needed for a simple majority.
  49. ^ PNBNGPSPBS
  50. ^ 4 MPs left PKR to become independents, aligning themselves with the PN-led government.
  51. ^ Batu Sapi MP Liew Vui Keong died from pneumonia, vacating his seat.
  52. ^ Gerik MP Hasbullah Osman died from a heart attack, vacating his seat.
  53. ^ 10 independent MPs join PPBM.
  54. ^ 4 MPs left PKR to become independents that aligned with the PN-led government.
  55. ^ 4 independent MPs form PEJUANG.
  56. ^ 1 independent MP joins PSB.
  57. ^ 1 MP left PEJUANG to become independent, aligned with PH.
  58. ^ 1 independent MP joins PSB.
  59. ^ 11 independent MPs join PPBM.
  60. ^ 1 MP left PPBM to join PEJUANG
  61. ^ 4 independent MPs form PEJUANG.
  62. ^ Batu Sapi MP Liew Vui Keong died from pneumonia, vacating his seat.
  63. ^ Gerik MP Hasbullah Osman died from a heart attack, vacating his seat.
  64. ^ Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam, Choong Shiau Yoon, Jugah Muyang, Larry Sng
  65. ^ Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, Maszlee Malik
  66. ^ 111 needed for simple majority.
  67. ^ PNBNGPSPBS
  68. ^ 14 UMNO MPs withdrew support for PN, resulting in the collapse of the PN-led government.
  69. ^ 14 UMNO MPs withdrew support for PN, resulting in the collapse of the PN-led government.
  70. ^ 111 needed for a simple majority.
  71. ^ PN-led government collapses.
  72. ^ The 14 UMNO MPs that withdrew support for the PN-led government are now part of the BN-led government.
  73. ^ The 14 UMNO MPs that withdrew support for the PN-led government are now part of the BN-led government.
  74. ^ Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam, Choong Shiau Yoon, Jugah Muyang, Larry Sng
  75. ^ Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, Maszlee Malik
  76. ^ 111 needed for simple majority.
  77. ^ BNPNGPSPBS
  78. ^ UPKO consisting of 1 MP joins the PH coalition.
  79. ^ 1 independent MP joins PKR.
  80. ^ 1 MP left WARISAN to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  81. ^ 1 MP left WARISAN to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  82. ^ 2 independent MPs form PBM.
  83. ^ 1 independent MP joins PPBM.
  84. ^ 1 MP left PAS to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  85. ^ 1 MP left PSB to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  86. ^ 2 MPs left PPBM to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  87. ^ 1 independent MP joins PKR.
  88. ^ 1 independent MP forms MUDA.
  89. ^ UPKO consisting of 1 MP joins the PH coalition.
  90. ^ 1 MP left PPBM and joins PBB.
  91. ^ 1 MP left PSB to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  92. ^ 1 independent MP joins PPBM.
  93. ^ 1 MP left PAS to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  94. ^ 2 MPs left PPBM to become independent, aligned with the BN-led government.
  95. ^ 1 MP left PPBM to join PBM.
  96. ^ 1 MP left PPBM and joins PBB.
  97. ^ 2 independent MPs form PBM.
  98. ^ 1 MP left PPBM to join PBM.
  99. ^ 1 independent MP forms MUDA.
  100. ^ Xavier Jayakumar Arulanandam, Jugah Muyang, Khairuddin Aman Razali, Masir Kujat, Mohammadin Ketapi, Edmund Santhara
  101. ^ 111 needed for simple majority.
  102. ^ BNPNGPSPBSPBM
  103. ^ Mahathir Mohamad contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PPBM), was sacked from the party on 28 May 2020 and thus became an independent. He later joined newly formed party PEJUANG in August 2020.
  104. ^ Mukhriz Mahathir contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PPBM), was sacked from the party on 28 May 2020 and thus became an independent. He later joined newly formed party PEJUANG in August 2020.
  105. ^ Amiruddin Hamzah contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PPBM), was sacked from the party on 28 May 2020 and thus became an independent. He later joined newly formed party PEJUANG in August 2020.
  106. ^ 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.
  107. ^ 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.
  108. ^ 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.
  109. ^ 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.
  110. ^ Mansor Othman contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resign from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  111. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 12 February 2019.
  112. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 28 November 2018.
  113. ^ 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.
  114. ^ 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.
  115. ^ Saifuddin Abdullah contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resign from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  116. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 12 February 2019.
  117. ^ Mohamed Azmin contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he was sacked by the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  118. ^ Zuraida Kamaruddin contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which she was sacked by the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. She later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  119. ^ Prabakaran Parameswaran contested the general election as an independent candidate, after which he joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 13 May 2018.
  120. ^ Kamaruddin Jaffar contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resign from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined back BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  121. ^ Anwar Ibrahim contested the by-election as a Pakatan Harapan (PKR) candidate and won the seat on 13 October 2018, replacing the incumbent MP Danyal Balagopal Abdullah, who was also from Pakatan Harapan (PKR), who vacated his seat on 12 September 2018.
  122. ^ 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.
  123. ^ Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resigned from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined Bersatu on 22 August 2020.
  124. ^ Syed Saddiq contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PPBM), was sacked from the party on 28 May 2020 and thus became an independent.
  125. ^ Shahruddin Md Salleh contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PPBM), had his party membership terminated on 20 June 2020 and thus became an independent. He later joined newly formed party PEJUANG in August, 2020.
  126. ^ Mohd Rashid Hasnon contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resign from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  127. ^ Maszlee Malik contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PPBM), was sacked from the party on 28 May 2020 and thus became an independent. He joined newly formed party PEJUANG in August, 2020. However, on 2 November 2020, he resigned from the party, once again being an independent. He later joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 27 November 2021.
  128. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 12 February 2019.
  129. ^ Wee Jeck Seng contested and won the by-election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (MCA), replacing the previous MP Md. Farid Md. Rafik, from Pakatan Harapan (BERSATU), following the death of incumbent who died of heart complications on 21 September 2019.
  130. ^ 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.
  131. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 14 March 2019.
  132. ^ 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.
  133. ^ 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.
  134. ^ Mohamad Alamin contested the by-election as a candidate of Barisan Nasional (UMNO). The by-election was called for after the election of the previous candidate Anifah Aman was declared null and void by an election court on 16 August 2019, pending an appeal. The Federal Court dismissed Anifah Aman's appeal on 2 December 2019.
  135. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 14 March 2019.
  136. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 17 September 2019.
  137. ^ Jonathan Yasin contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resigned from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  138. ^ 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.
  139. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 14 March 2019.
  140. ^ 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 (PPBM) on 14 March 2019.
  141. ^ 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.
  142. ^ Willie Mongin contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resigned from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020. After he applied to join PBB, he accepted as an ordinary member on 6 August 2022.
  143. ^ Masir Kujat contested the general election as PRS (Barisan Nasional) candidate, after which he quit and joined PSB on 13 March 2019.
  144. ^ Jugah Muyang contested the general election as an independent candidate, after which he joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 12 May 2018. He left PKR on 5 June 2020 and became an independent.
  145. ^ Ali Biju contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resigned from the party on 24 February 2020 and became an independent. He later joined BERSATU on 22 August 2020.
  146. ^ Larry S'ng Wei Shien contested the general election as an independent candidate, after which he joined Pakatan Harapan (PKR) on 12 May 2018. He then resigned from the party on 28 February 2021 and became an independent.
  147. ^ Baru Bian contested the general election as a candidate of Pakatan Harapan (PKR), after which he resign from the party on 24 February 2020, becoming an independent, later joining Parti Sarawak Bersatu on 30 May 2020.

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