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Abdullah take Ruler advise on Terengganu MB candidate

April 7, 2008

Terengganu MB crisis case is finally “settled” after our PM agreed with our Ruler choosen MB candidate. All 22 BN representative that disagreed and boycotted the MB swear-in ceremony has suddenly change their mind and support Terengganu new MB- Ahmad Said.
However, I still have many questions in mind.
I am a bit puzzled as I did not see any formal apologize from all 22 BN representative, ex-MB and our PM to Yang Dipertuan Agong? 
Shouldn`t they apologize as disrespect to the King?
What happen to the insulting banner with the word “animal” case? I thought this is a very serious case and 2 police reports were lodged?
Why our PM gives in? Why our King insists on Ahmad Said as new Terengganu MB? What did the ex-MB did wrong?
As some blog sites ask readers to follow the money and stated that the reason has something to do with not proper handling the several billions ringgit worth of “wang ehsan” comes from petronas tax income. Where does all the money goes? Why our oil export state- Terengganu became the second poorest state in Malaysia? 
Ok. This is another case gone silent because many more interesting news are popping up.

Abdullah refused to use petronas oil tax income, a total of 300 billion for 2nd Penang bridge development work or subsidy any part of the cost after meeting up with Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng. According to our PM, the money will be use by state government to subsidizing oil price and other development project. Where will this 300 billion ringgit really goes?

Abdullah blames saboteurs for BN setback, why BN own people rejecting Abdullah?
Why our PM still don`t want to “lari” or run away and still holding Finance Minister post?
Is our PM responsibility so strong until he cann`t lari away? I
s our PM is willing to make good changes and annouce good news to let people “feel” it? So far I haven`t really heard any good news annouce by our PM that have a touch on me. Why not start with releasing those 5 hindraf leaders held under ISA?


Terengganu MB Crisis

March 26, 2008

Have you heard of recent Terengganu MB Crisis?
Terengganu Sultan, which is also Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin is not happy with Former Terengganu menteri besar Idris Jusoh and appointed  a new MB-Ahmad Said.

The next thing, our former Terengganu MB Idris Jusoh protest and questioning the royal decision by getting support from 22 others BN  state assemblypersons.
Idris Criss BannerIdris Crisis Banner
They call themselves fighters for Malay rights, but, at the same time, they are challenging the Malay Rulers by holding gatherings and displaying banners and slogans.

What our PM say
“Idris should be the Menteri Besar” when asked after the Formula One Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit.

“The Barisan Nasional chairman and Umno president said the majority of BN Terengganu elected representatives supported Idris.
Therefore, any appointment other than his is against the Constitution and not valid.”

So in another word, Pak Lah said  Idris has got majority support and our Agong disagreement with Idris as Menteri Besar is “not valid”.

What happen DAP Lim Kiat Siang try to say the same thing when DAP wins most of the seat in Perak but Sultan Perak choose non-DAP candidate?

Recently when DAP Lim Kiat Siang show disagreement with the Perak Menteri Besar choosen by Sultan Perak , he is attacked fiercely by all parties, especial Umno.
Check out Malaysiatoday.

BN had actually Boycotted the swearing ceremony of new MB appointed by Sultan Terengganu until our poor Terengganu MB had started work even without the swearing in ceremony!
So where is all the protests against the disrespect of royal decision this time?

I couldn`t find any news about Abdullah say anything about his Umno members protested and questioned about the decision of Sultan Yang Dipertuan Agong.
Did our PM know that the protest banner contain humuliating words “Natang” which is Terengganu loghat that stand for “Binatang” or Animal?

Latest update is Idris  aplogize to Sultan as reported in Malaysiakini
I believe this Terengganu MB crisis is  good enough to steal a lot of lime light from other hot issues.

Pak Lah said his “biggest mistake” was to ignore cyber-campaigning

March 25, 2008

Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today (25-March-2008) said his “biggest mistake” in disastrous elections was to ignore cyber-campaigning on the Internet which was seized by the opposition. (source:

I belive Cyber campaign is the latest trend and the most “econ-safe” and cost-effective campaign. I get to watch Obama and Hillary videos in youtube but I can only find opposition videos in youtube. Look at all the blogs, recorded videos owned by opposition parties, even Anwar has facebook, friendster and Myspace! Visit AnwarIbrahim’s blog to see it yourself.

Is our BN left behind in internet technologies or ketinggalan zaman?
You can try google about “BN ketinggalan zaman“, “Umno ketinggalan zaman“, “pas ketinggalan zaman” , “gerakan ketinggalan zaman” , “DAP ketinggalan zaman” and find out by yourself. Some bloggers commented BN and Umno still live in zaman before empayar Melaka with their Keris. Former Penang chief minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon once commented opposition party blogger Jeff Ooi , is someone live in “virtual” world and will not know the “real” world, I believe he got his “real” lesson on the big loss of penang until it fall into opposition hand.

In fact, i think internet is a fair areana for political parties to let people know why should we choose you to govern our beloved country. It is not about the money, you can setup google blog within minutes and it is free. Online news are more transparent, you cann`t hide, Malaysians are not stupid. Government can try to control news but people will find the way to know the truth.

I`m looking forward to visit our PM blog or adding him as one of my facebook, friendster friends. That will be cool. 🙂


March 15, 2008


N21 – PERAMU JAYA : Ibrahim Awang Ismail (BN-Umno)
N21 – BUKIT KEPAYANG : Cha Kee Chin (DAP)
N8 – BAGAN JERMAL : Lim Hock Seng (DAP)
P87 – KUALA KRAU : Ismail Mohamed Said (BN-Umno)
P85 – PEKAN : Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak (BN-Umno)
N11 – PERMATANG PASIR : Mohd Hamdan Abd Rahman (Pas)
N12 – PENANTI : Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin (PKR)
P149 – SRI GADING : Datuk Mohamad Aziz (BN-Umno)
P91 – ROMPIN : Datuk Seri Dr Jamaluddin Mohd Jarjis (BN-Umno)
N16 – BUKIT TUKU : Abdul Fattah Harun (Pas)
P150 – BATU PAHAT : Dr. Mohd. Puad Zarhashi (BN-Umno)
N36 – SEDILI : Rasman Ithnain (BN-Umno)
N41 – MANEK URAI : Ismail Yaacob (Pas)
P7 – PADANG TERAP : Mohd Nasir Zakaria (Pas)
N19 – DEMIT : Muhamad Mustafa (Pas)
P2 – KANGAR : Datuk Seri Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad (BN)
P120 – BUKIT BINTANG : Fong Kui Lun (DAP)
P47 – NIBONG TEBAL : Tan Tee Beng (PKR)
N48 – SKUDAI : Boo Cheng Hau (DAP)
P64 – IPOH TIMUR : Lim Kit Siang (DAP)
P128 – SEREMBAN : John Fernandez (DAP)
P52 – BAYAN BARU : Datuk Zahrain Hashim (PKR)
N33 – BILUT : Datuk Ho Khai Mun (BN-MCA)
N12 – BAKAR BATA : Datuk Paduka Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah (BN-Umno)
P73 – PASIR SALAK : Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN-Umno)
N22 – JELAWAT : Abdul Aziz Abdul Kadir (Pas)
P83 – KUANTAN : Fuziah Salleh (PKR)
P69 – PARIT : Mohd Nizar Zakaria (BN-Umno)
N35 – KEMUNING : Wan Ahmad Lutfi Wan Sulaiman (Pas)
P55 – LENGGONG : Datuk Samsul Anuar (BN-Umno)
N15 – TRONG : Datuk Rosli Hussin (BN-Umno)
N29 – JENGKA : Wan Salman Wan Ismail (BN-Umno)
N39 – BOTA : Datuk Nasaruddin Hashim (BN-Umno)
N31 – BAGAN PINANG : Azman Mohd Nor (BN-Umno)
P169 – KOTA BELUD : Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (BN)
N5 – TABOH NANING : Latipah Omar (BN-Umno)
N22 – PANTAI MANIS : Datuk Abdul Rahim Ismail (BN-Umno)
P142 – LABIS : Chua Tee Yong (BN-MCA)
P46 – BATU KAWAN : Dr P. Ramasamy (DAP)
P53 – BALIK PULAU : Mohd Yusmadi Yusoff (PKR)
P24 – KUBANG KERIAN : Salahuddin Ayub (Pas)
P6 – KUBANG PASU : Datuk Mohd Johari Baharum (BN-Umno)
P158 – TEBRAU : Ling Ban San@ Teng Boon Soon (BN-MCA)
P3 – ARAU : Datuk Ismail Kassim (BN-Umno)
P58 – BAGAN SERAI : Mohsin Fadzli Samsuri (PKR)
N41 – PUTERI WANGSA : Abdul Halim Suleiman (BN-Umno)
N21 – GUAR CHEMPEDAK : Datuk Dr Ku Abd Rahman Ku Ismail (BN-Umno)
P179 – RANAU : Datuk Sirigan Gubat (BN-Upko)
N20 – SUNGAI LIMAU : Azizan Abdul Razak (Pas)
P88 – TEMERLOH : Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah (BN-Umno)
N22 – GURUN : Dr Leong Yong Kong (BN-MCA)
P175 – PAPAR : Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin (BN-Umno)
N40 – TELUK BAHANG : Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahya (BN-Umno)
N36 – PENGKALAN BAHARU : Datuk Hamdi Abu Bakar (BN-Umno)
P19 – TUMPAT : Datuk Kamarudin Jaffar (Pas)
P68 – BERUAS : Ngah Hoo Kam (DAP)
N22 – TANJUNG BUNGA : Teh Yee Cheu (DAP)
N34 – PANTI : Datuk Baderi Dasuki (BN-Umno)
N21 – KAWANG : Datuk Gulamhaidar@ Yusof Khan Bahadar (BN-Umno)
N34 – TEMANGAN : Dr Mohamed Fadzli Hassan (Pas)
N34 – PAYA TERUBONG : Yeoh Soon Hin (DAP)
P155 – TENGGARA : Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique (BN-Umno)
N8 – USUKAN : Datuk Japlin Akin (BN-Umno)
P162 – GELANG PATAH : Tan Ah Heng (BN-MCA)
P49 – TANJONG : Chow Kon Yeow (DAP)
N33 – PULAI CHONDONG : Zulkifli Mamat (Pas)
N31 – KUPANG : Johari Abdullah (Pas)
N30 – BAYU : Azmi Che Hussein (BN-Umno)
N23 – MELOR : Wan Ismail Wan Jusoh (Pas)
P28 – PASIR PUTEH : Muhammad Hussin (Pas)
P74 – LUMUT : Datuk Kong Cho Ha (BN-MCA)
N15 – ANAK BUKIT : Amiruddin Hamzah (Pas)
P30 – JELI : Datuk Mustapa Mohamed (BN-Umno)
N17 – PENGKALAN KUNDOR : Phahrolrazi Zawawi (Pas)
N29 – SELISING : Dr Saiful Bahrin Mohamad (Pas)
N51 – PASIR PANJANG : Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin (Pas)
P10 – KUALA KEDAH : Ahmad Kasim (PKR)
N16 – KUBANG ROTAN : Mohd Nasir Mustafa (Pas)
N14 – LIKAS : Datuk Liew Teck Chan (BN-SAPP)
N1 – TANAH RATA : Ho Yip Kap (Bebas)
P18 – KULIM-BANDAR BAHARU : Zulkifli Noordin (PKR)
N43 – PERMAS : M Munusamy (BN-MIC)
N38 – KUALA BALAH : Abdul Aziz Derashid (BN-Umno)
N44 – TANJONG PUTERI : Adam Sumiru (BN-Umno)
N32 – GAAL : Dr Nik Mazian Nik Mohamad (Pas)
N45 – STULANG : Mok Chek Hou (BN-MCA)
P161 – PULAI : Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed (BN-Umno)
N51 – BUKIT BATU : Cheong Chin Liang (BN-Gerakan)
N15 – GUAL PERIOK : Mohamad Awang (Pas)
N14 – BUKIT NANING : Datuk Abdullah@Md. Khalid Md. Ali (BN-Umno)
N52 – SENAI : Ong Kow Meng (DAP)
N7 – BATU KURAU : Kapt (Rtd) Datuk Mohd Najmuddin Alias (BN-Umno)
N3 – KOTA SIPUTEH : Datuk Abu Hassan Sarif (BN-Umno)
N59 – TANJONG BATU : Datuk Hajjah Hamisah Samad (BN)
P206 – TANJUNG MANIS : Norah Abd Rahman (BN-PBB)
P207 – IGAN : Datuk Wahab Dolah (BN-PBB)
P210 – KANOWIT : Aaron Ago Dagang (BN-PRS)
P214 – SELANGAU : Joseph Entulu Belaun (BN-PRS)
P215 – KAPIT : Alexander Nanta Linggi (BN-PBB)
P157 – PENGERANG : Datuk Azalina Othman Said (BN-Umno)
N53 – SENALLANG : Datuk Nasir Tun Sakaran (BN)
N18 – PETAGAS : Yahyah@Yahya Hussein@Ag Hussein (BN)
N54 – BUGAYA : Datuk Ramlee Marhaban (BN-Umno)
N35 – GEMENCHEH : Datuk Mohd Kamil Abdul Aziz (BN-Umno)
N13 – SEMAMBU : Pang Tsu Ming (BN-MCA)
N39 – TANJONG SURAT : Datuk Harun Abdullah (BN-Umno)
N56 – CHANGKAT JONG : Mohd Anuar Sudin (Pas)
P202 – SRI AMAN : Masir Kujat (BN-PRS)
N16 – AYER KEROH : Khoo Poay Tiong (DAP)
P137 – BUKIT KATIL : Datuk Md Sirat Abu (BN)
P123 – CHERAS : Tan Kok Wai (DAP)
N34 – KETARI : Dr. Ng Keong Chye (BN-Gerakan)
N35 – SABAI : Datuk M Davendran (BN-MIC)
N41 – KERANJI : Chen Fook Chye (PKR)
P201 – BATANG LUPAR : Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim (BN-PBB)
P76 – TELOK INTAN : M.Manogaran (DAP)
N18 – PASIR TUMBOH : Ahmad Baihaki Atiqullah (Pas)
N9 – LENGGENG : Mustafa Salim (BN-MCA)
N30 – PALOH : Hoo Seong Chang (BN-MCA)
P177 – BEAUFORT : Datuk Lajim Ukim (BN)
N28 – BAKAR ARANG : Tan Wei Xu (PKR)
N26 – MACHAP : Datuk Abd. Hamid Abd. Rahman (BN-Umno)
P217 – BINTULU : Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing (BN-SPDP)
N30 – KARANAAN : Datuk Masidi Manjun (BN-Umno)
N27 – LAYANG-LAYANG : Onn Mohd Yassin (BN-Umno)
N8 – BAHAU : Teo Kok Seong (DAP)
N39 – KEMAYAN : Mohd Fadzil Osman (BN-Umno)
P4 – LANGKAWI : Datuk Paduka Abu Bakar Taib (BN-Umno)
P70 – KAMPAR : Datuk Lee Chee Leong (BN-MCA)
N37 – GUAI : Norolazali Sulaiman (BN-Umno)
N55 – PEKAN NENAS : Tang Nai Soon (BN-MCA)
P198 – MAMBONG : Dr James Dawos Mamit (BN-PBB)
P138 – KOTA MELAKA : Sim Tong Him (DAP)
N15 – PADANG LALANG : Tan Cheong Heng (DAP)
N4 – MATA AYER : Khairi Hassan (BN-Umno)
P116 – WANGSA MAJU : Wee Choo Keong (PKR)
N2 – KUAH : Datuk Nawawi Ahmad (BN-Umno)
P176 – KIMANIS : Datuk Anifah Aman (BN-Umno)
N20 – SUNGAI BAKAP : Maktar Shapee (PKR)
P147 – PARIT SULONG : Datuk Noraini Ahmad (BN-Umno)
P143 – PAGOH : Tan Sri Muhyiddin Md Yassin (BN)
N21 – SUNGAI ACHEH : Datuk Mahmud Zakaria (BN-Umno)
N23 – TELOK MAS : Datuk Latiff Tamby Chik (BN-Umno)
N17 – SALOR : Datuk Husam Musa (Pas)
N45 – GALAS : Che Hasim Sulaiman (Pas)
N53 – BENUT : Datuk Hasni Mohammad (BN-Umno)
N14 – KELEBANG : Datuk Seet Har Cheow (BN-MCA)
N56 – KUKUP : Datuk Md Othman Yusof (BN-Umno)
N54 – PULAI SEBATANG : Tee Siew Kiong (BN-MCA)
N19 – SUNGAI TIANG : Suraya Yaacob (BN-Umno)
P11 – PENDANG : Dr Mohd Hayati Othman (Pas)
N1 – AYER HANGAT : Mohd Rawi Abdul Hamid (BN)
N27 – PANTAI MERDEKA : Abdullah Jusoh (Pas)
N25 – PAROI : Mohd Taufek Abd Ghani (Pas)
N16 – PERAI : P Ramasamy (DAP)
P140 – SEGAMAT : Subramaniam A/L KV Sathasivam (BN)
N8 – JORAK : Dr. Shahrudin Md Salleh (BN-Umno)
N8 – INDERA KAYANGAN : Dr Por Choo Chor @ Por Choo Chuan (BN-MCA)
N10 – KAYANG : Ahmad Bakri Ali (BN-Umno)
N22 – BANDAR HILIR : Tey Kok Kiew (DAP)
P115 – BATU : Chua Tian Chang (PKR)
N15 – API-API : Datuk Dr Yee Moh Chai (BN)
N5 – BENTA : Datuk Mohd Soffi Abdul Razak (BN-Umno)
N3 – PADANG TENGKU : Abdul Rahman Mohamad (BN-Umno)
N4 – MATUNGGONG : Sarapin Mangana (BN)
N24 – BEMBAN : Chua Kheng Hwa (BN-MCA)
N7 – SENA : Abdul Jamil Saad (BN-Umno)
N18 – BUKIT TAMBUN : Law Choo Kiang (PKR)
N7 – BUKIT SERAMPANG : Tahir Taat (BN-Umno)
N12 – BESERAH : Syed Mohammed (Pas)
N58 – SLIM : Datuk Mohd Khusairi Abdul Talib (BN-Umno)
P41 – KEPALA BATAS : Datuk Seri Abdullah Hj Ahmad Badawi (BN-Umno)
N17 – POKOK ASAM : Yee see Kai (DAP)
P1 – PADANG BESAR : Datuk Seri Azmi Khalid (BN-Umno)
N25 – RENGIT : Ayub Jamil (BN-Umno)
N18 – PILAH : Adnan Abu Hasan (BN-Umno)
N10 – BUNUT PAYONG : Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan (Pas)
N20 – LUBOK MERBAU : Mohd Zainudin Mohd Yusof (Pas)
N19 – JAWI : Tan Beng Huat (DAP)
N28 – SUNGAI RAMBAI : Hassan Abd Rahman (BN-Umno)
P126 – JELEBU : Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim (BN-Umno)
N31 – SEMERAK : Wan Hassan Wan Ibrahim (Pas)
N24 – SENGGARANG : Ja’affar Hashim (BN-Umno)
N4 – PERMATANG BERANGAN : Shabudin Yahaya (BN-Umno)
N50 – BUKIT PERMAI : Kamaruzaman Ali (BN-Umno)
N3 – SUNGAI LUI : Zainal Abidin Ahmad (BN-Umno)
N32 – SERI DELIMA : R.S.N. Rayer (DAP)
N22 – BEBAR : Datuk Ishak Muhamad (BN-Umno)
N27 – RANTAU : Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan (BN-Umno)
N11 – LOBAK : Loke Siew Fook (DAP)
P22 – PASIR MAS : Datuk Ibrahim Ali (Pas)
N10 – NILAI : Yap Yew Meng (DAP)
N36 – PANTAI JEREJAK : Sim Tze Tsin (PKR)
N2 – PERTANG : Datuk Razak Mansor (BN-Umno)
N28 – KEMAHANG : Md Anizam Ab Rahman (Pas)
N4 – KLAWANG : Datuk Yunus Rahmat (BN-Umno)
N38 – TRIANG : Leong Ngah Ngah (DAP)
N9 – TAMPARULI : Jahid Jahim (BN)
N28 – KOTA : Datuk Dr Awaluddin Said (BN-Umno)
N34 – GEMAS : Zainab Nasir (BN-Umno)
P27 – TANAH MERAH : Amran Ab Ghani (PKR)
P43 – BAGAN : Lim Guan Eng (DAP)
P131 – REMBAU : Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar (BN-Umno)
N4 – WAKAF BHARU : Che Abdullah Mat Nawi (Pas)
N36 – PELANGAI : Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob (BN)
N17 – SENALING : Datuk Ismail Lasim (BN-Umno)
N23 – CHINI : Abu Bakar Harun (BN-Umno)
P32 – GUA MUSANG : Tan Sri Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah (BN-Umno)
N10 – SEBERANG JAYA : Datuk Arif Shah Omar Shah (BN-Umno)
N50 – SITIAWAN : Ngeh Koo Kam (DAP)
P79 – LIPIS : Datuk Muhamad Shahrom Osman (BN-Umno)
P8 – POKOK SENA : Mahfuz Omar (Pas)
N52 – PANGKOR : Datuk Dr Zambry Abd Kadir (BN-Umno)
P181 – TENOM : Raimie Unggi (BN-Umno)
N36 – BUKIT BUNGA : Mohd Adhan Kechik (BN-Umno)
N36 – BANDAR BAHARU : Yaakob Husin (Pas)
N35 – KULIM : Lim Soo Nee (PKR)
N6 – CHEMPAKA : Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat (Pas)
N40 – BUKIT IBAM : Mohamad Sahfri Ab Aziz (BN-Umno)
P152 – KLUANG : Hou Kok Chung (BN)
N24 – KADOK : Azami Mohd Noor (Pas)
N17 – SEMERAH : Datuk Ariss Samsudin (BN-Umno)
N46 – PENGKALAN RINTING : Chia Song Cheng (BN-MCA)
N18 – SRI MEDAN : Haji Ahmad Zahri Jamil (BN-Umno)
N29 – MAHKOTA : Md. Jais Sarday (BN-Umno)
N28 – MENGKIBOL : Ng Lam Hua (DAP)
N37 – AIR LANAS : Abdullah Ya’kub (Pas)
P160 – JOHOR BAHRU : Datuk Shahrir Samad (BN-Umno)
P156 – KOTA TINGGI : Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar (BN-Umno)
N40 – GUCHIL : Tuan Zamri Ariss Tuan Zakaria (PKR)
P154 – MERSING : Datuk Dr. Abd. Latif Ahmad (BN-Umno)
N32 – ENDAU : Zainal Abidin Osman (BN-Umno)
N22 – PARIT RAJA : Abd. Aziz Kaprawi (BN-Umno)
N4 – AYER HITAM : Abdul Ghani Ahmad (Pas)
N42 – JOHOR JAYA : Tan Cher Puk (BN)
N39 – MENGKEBANG : Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman (Pas)
P145 – BAKRI : Er Teck Hwa (DAP)
P66 – BATU GAJAH : Fong Po Kuan (DAP)
P67 – KUALA KANGSAR : Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz (BN-Umno)
P62 – SUNGAI SIPUT : Dr D Jeyakumar (PKR)
P77 – TANJONG MALIM : Datuk Ong Ka Chuan (BN)
N1 – BULOH KASAP : Othman Jais (BN)
N10 – TANGKAK : Goh Tee Tee (BN-MCA)
N19 – CHENDEROH : Datuk Siti Salma Mat Jusak (BN-Umno)
N13 – SUNGAI ABONG : Dr Sheikh Ibrahim Sheikh Salleh (Pas)
P59 – BUKIT GANTANG : Roslan Shaharum (Pas)
N4 – KOTA TAMPAN : Datuk Saarani Mohamad (BN-Umno)
N32 – MENGLEMBU : Lim Peik Har (DAP)
N46 – CHENDERIANG : Mah Hang Soon (BN-MCA)
N12 – BENTAYAN : Wee Tong Hiang (DAP)
N9 – KOTA LAMA : Datuk Anuar Tan Abdullah (Pas)
N6 – BATU TALAM : Abdul Aziz Mat Kiram (BN-Umno)
N10 – DAMAK : Datuk Lau Lee (BN-MCA)
N14 – TERUNTUM : Chan Hong Seong (BN-MCA)
N39 – SUGUT : Datuk Surady Kayong (BN-Umno)
N17 – SUNGAI LEMBING : Datuk Md Sohaimi Mohamed Shah (BN-Umno)
N44 – SIMPANG PULAI : Chan Ming Kai (PKR)
P183 – BELURAN : Datuk Ronald Kiandee (BN-Umno)
P71 – GOPENG : Lee Boon Chye (PKR)
N49 – TUNGKU : Mohd Suhaili Said (BN-Umno)
N58 – MEROTAI : Pang Yuk Ming (BN-LDP)
N57 – SRI TANJONG : Wong Sze Phin @ Jimmy (DAP)
N47 – KUAMUT : Masiung Banah (BN-Upko)
N45 – ELOPURA : Au Kam Wah (BN)
N44 – KARAMUNTING : Peter Pang En Yin (BN)
N34 – LIAWAN : Datuk Sairin Karno (BN)
N33 – BINGKOR : Justin Guka (BN-Umno)
N55 – BALUNG : Datuk Syed Abas Syed Ali (BN-Umno)
N32 – TAMBUNAN : Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan (BN-PBS)
N31 – PAGINATAN : Datuk Ewon Ebin (BN-Umno)
P220 – BARAM : Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan (BN-SPDP)
N23 – AIR PUTIH : Lim Guan Eng (DAP)
N29 – DATUK KERAMAT : Jagdeep Singh Deo (DAP)
N35 – BATU UBAN : Raveentharan (PKR)
N24 – SEMENYIH : Johan Aziz (BN)
P98 – GOMBAK : Mohamed Azmin Ali (PKR)
N17 – GOMBAK SETIA : Hasan Mohd Ali (Pas)
N14 – RAWANG : Gan Pei Nei (PKR)
P112 – KUALA LANGAT : Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid (PKR)
N42 – MERU : Abdul Rani Osman (Pas)
N45 – SELAT KELANG : Halimah Ali (Pas)
N34 – BUKIT GASING : Edward Lee Poh Lin (DAP)
N21 – CHEMPAKA : Iskandar Abdul Samad (Pas)
N36 – DAMANSARA UTAMA : Dr Cheah Wing Yin (DAP)
P102 – SERDANG : Teo Nie Ching (DAP)
N44 – SUNGAI PINANG : Teng Chang Khim (DAP)
N12 – BUKIT TUNGGAL : Dr Alias Razak (Pas)
P35 – KUALA NERUS : Datuk Mohd Nasir Tan Sri Ibrahim Fikri (BN)
N18 – BUKIT PAYUNG : Mohd Nor Hamzah (Pas)
P100 – PANDAN : Datuk Ong Tee Keat (BN-MCA)
N9 – TEPUH : Muhammad Ramli Nuh (BN-Umno)
N14 – BANDAR : Toh Chin Yaw (BN-MCA)
P106 – PETALING JAYA UTARA : Tony Pua Kiam Wee (DAP)
N35 – KAMPUNG TUNKU : Lau Weng San (DAP)
N27 – SURA : Wan Hassan Mohd Ramli (Pas)
N25 – KAJANG : Lee Kim Sin (PKR)
N8 – BATU RAKIT : Khazan Che Mat (BN-Umno)
N27 – BALAKONG : Yap Lum Chin (DAP)
N29 – KEMASIK : Rosli Othman (BN)
N15 – TAMAN TEMPLER : Datuk Subahan Kamal (BN-Umno)
N32 – AIR PUTIH : Wan Abdul Hakim Wan Mokhtar (BN-Umno)
N13 – KUANG : Abdul Shukur Idrus (BN-Umno)
N2 – SABAK : Datuk Warno Dogol (BN-Umno)
N18 – HULU KELANG : Saari Sungip (Pas)
N13 – WAKAF MEMPELAM : Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut (Pas)
N11 – IJOK : Tan Sri Khalid Ahmad (PKR)
N16 – BATU BURUK : Dr Syed Azman Syed Ahmad Nawawi (Pas)
N30 – KINRARA : Teresa Kok Suh Sim (DAP)
N11 – SEBERANG TAKIR : Ahmad Razif Abd Rahman (BN-Umno)
N10 – BUKIT MELAWATI : Muthiah a/l Maria Pillay (PKR)
N28 – PAKA : Zakaria Ariffin (BN-Umno)
N12 – JERAM : Datuk Amiruddin Setro (BN-Umno)
N37 – BUKIT LANJAN : Elizabeth Wong (PKR)
N10 – TELUK PASU : Datuk Abdul Rahin Mohd Said (BN-Umno)
N20 – LEMBAH JAYA : Khasim Abdul Aziz (Pas)
N17 – ALUR LIMBAT : Alias Abdullah (BN-Umno)
N19 – BUKIT ANTARABANGSA : Mohamad Azmin Ali (PKR)
N20 – PENGKALAN BERANGAN : Yahaya Khatib Mohamad (BN-Umno)
N16 – BATU CAVES : Amirudin Shari (PKR)
N39 – KOTA DAMANSARA : Dr Mohd Nasir Hashim (PKR)
N7 – LANGKAP : Asha’ari Idris (BN-Umno)
N54 – TANJONG SEPAT : Datuk Dr Karim Mansor (BN)
N4 – HULU BESUT : Nawi Mohamad (BN-Umno)
N55 – DENGKIL : Datuk Marsum Paing (BN-Umno)
N31 – CUKAI : Datuk Mohamad Awang Tera (BN-Umno)
N26 – RANTAU ABANG : Za’abar Mohd Adib (BN-Umno)
N4 – SEKINCHAN : Ng Suee Lim (DAP)
N25 – BUKIT BESI : Datuk Din Adam (BN-Umno)
N3 – SUNGAI PANJANG : Datuk Seri Mohamad Khir Toyo (BN-Umno)
N7 – BATANG KALI : Mohd Isa Abu Kasim ( (BN-Umno)
N47 – PANDAMARAN : Ronnie Liu Thian Khiew (DAP)
N48 – KOTA ALAM SHAH : M. Monoharan (DAP)
P93 – SUNGAI BESAR : Noriah Kasnon (BN)
P96 – KUALA SELANGOR : Dr Zulkifly Ahmad (Pas)
P111 – KOTA RAJA : Dr. Siti Mariah Mahmud (Pas)
P92 – SABAK BERNAM : Abd Rahman Bakri (BN-Umno)
P99 – AMPANG : Zuraida Kamaruddin (PKR)
P110 – KLANG : Charles Anthony Santiago (DAP)
P103 – PUCHONG : Gobind Singh Deo (DAP)
P113 – SEPANG : Datuk Mohd Zin Mohamed (BN-Umno)
P94 – HULU SELANGOR : Zainal Abidin Ahmad (PKR)
P108 – SHAH ALAM : Hj Khalid Abd Samad (Pas)
P95 – TANJONG KARANG : Datuk Noh Omar (BN-Umno)
P97 – SELAYANG : William Leong Jee Keen (PKR)
P107 – SUBANG : R. Sivarasa (PKR)
P104 – KELANA JAYA : Gwo-Burne Loh (PKR)
P109 – KAPAR : Manikavasagam Sundaram (PKR)
P101 – HULU LANGAT : Dr Che Rosli Che Amat (Pas)
N49 – SERI ANDALAS : Xavier Jayakumar a/l Arulanandam (PKR)
N43 – SEMENTA : Datuk Abdul Rahman Palil (BN-Umno)
N5 – HULU BERNAM : Datuk Mohamed Idris Abu Bakar (BN-Umno)
N51 – SIJANGKANG : Ahmad Tunus Hairi (Pas)
N5 – KIJANG : Wan Ubaidah Omar (Pas)
P222 – LAWAS : Henry Sum Agong (BN-PBB)
P209 – JULAU : Joseph Salang Gandum (BN-PRS)
N6 – REMBIA : Norpipah Abdol (BN-Umno)
P195 – BANDAR KUCHING : Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
P125 – PUTRAJAYA : Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (BN-Umno)
P204 – BETONG : Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas (BN-PBB)
P221 – LIMBANG (BUKIT MAS) : Hasbi Habibollah (BN-PBB)
N52 – SULABAYAN : Datuk Harman Mohamad (BN-Umno)
N18 – AYER MOLEK : Datuk Md Yunos Husin (BN-Umno)
P166 – LABUAN : Datuk Yusoff Mahal (BN-Umno)
P218 – SIBUTI : Ahmad Lai Bujang (BN-PBB)
N7 – SUNGAI PUYU : Phee Boon Poh (DAP)
N17 – BUKIT BARU : Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam (BN-Umno)
P144 – LEDANG : Hamim Samuri (BN-Umno)
N25 – RIM : Yazed Khamis (BN)
N35 – MELALAP : Datuk Radin Malleh (BN)
N26 – CHENOR : Datuk Tan Mohd Aminuddin Ishak (BN-Umno)
P127 – JEMPOL : Datuk Lilah Yassin (BN-Umno)
N36 – KEMABONG : Datuk Rubin Balang (BN-Umno)
N8 – DONG : Datuk Shahiruddin Ab Moin (BN-Umno)
P212 – SIBU : Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew (BN-SUPP)
N51 – KUNAK : Nilwan Kaban (BN-Umno)
N17 – BUKIT TENGAH : Ong Win Chen (PKR)
N50 – LAHAD DATU : Datuk Datu Nasrun Datu Mansur (BN-Umno)
N59 – BEHRANG : Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (PKR)
N37 – JOHOR LAMA : Asiah Md. Ariff (BN-Umno)
N4 – CHEKA : Datuk Fong Koong Fuee (BN-MCA)
N1 – PENAGA : Datuk Azhar Ibrahim (BN-Umno)
P21 – KOTA BHARU : Datuk Wan Abdul Rahim Wan Abdullah (Pas)
N57 – SUNGKAI : N Sivanesan (DAP)
N27 – MERLIMAU : Datuk Mohamad Hidhir Abu Hassan (BN)
N3 – PINANG TUNGGAL : Datuk Roslan Saidin (BN-Umno)
N16 – KAMUNTING : Mohamad Zahir Datuk Khalid (BN-Umno)
N27 – GUAL IPOH : Wan Yusuff Wan Mustaffa (Pas)
N9 – KUALA KURAU : Abdul Yunus Jamhari (PKR)
N11 – KIULU : Datuk Louis Rampas (BN-PBS)
N23 – PENGGARAM : Koh Chee Chai (BN-MCA)
N1 – PENGKALAN HULU : Datuk Seri Mohd Tajol Rosli Ghazali (BN-Umno)
P133 – TAMPIN : Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor (BN-Umno)
P44 – PERMATANG PAUH : Datin Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (PKR)
P178 – SIPITANG : Datuk Sapawi Ahamad (BN)
N15 – JUASSEH : Mohd Razi Khail (BN-Umno)
N14 – AMPANGAN : Rashid Latiff (PKR)
N13 – SIKAMAT : Aminuddin Harun (PKR)
N33 – TENGGAROH : T. Murukasvary (BN-MIC)
N1 – CHENNAH : Siow Chen Pin (BN-MCA)
P86 – MARAN : Datuk Ismail Abdul Muttalib (BN-Umno)
P170 – TUARAN : Datuk Wilfred Bumburing (BN-Upko)
N25 – KLIAS : Datuk Azizah Mohd Dun (BN)
N13 – BERAPIT : Ong Kok Fooi (DAP)
N21 – PARIT YAANI : Ng See Tiong (BN-MCA)
N8 – TITI SERONG : Dr Khalil Idham Lim Abdullah (Pas)
N16 – SERI MENANTI : Abdul Samad Ibrahim (BN-Umno)
N47 – KEMPAS : Datuk Osman Sapian (BN-Umno)
P63 – TAMBUN : Datuk Ahmad Husni Hanadziah (BN-Umno)
N54 – HUTAN MELINTANG : Kesavan Subramaniam (PKR)
N7 – KUALA NERANG : Datuk Syed Sobri Syed Hashim (BN-Umno)
N8 – PEDU : Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid (BN-Umno)
N26 – SERKAM : Ghazale Muhamad (BN-Umno)
N14 – MACHANG BUBUK : Tan Hock Leong (PKR)
N42 – DABONG : Arifabillah @ Mohd Asri Ibrahim (Pas)
N2 – BERTAM : Zabariah Abdul Wahab (BN-Umno)
N24 – HULU KINTA : Datuk Rusnah Kassim (BN-Umno)
N18 – LEPAR : Mohd Shohaimi Jusoh (BN-Umno)
N7 – PANCHOR : Nik Amar Nik Abdullah (Pas)
N20 – LABU : Datuk Hasim Rusdi (BN-Umno)
N10 – SULAMAN : Datuk Hajiji Mohd Noor (BN-Umno)
N11 – TENDONG : Muhammad Md Daud (Pas)
P132 – TELOK KEMANG : Kamarul Baharin Abbas (PKR)
P185 – BATU SAPI : Datuk Edmund Chong Ket Wah (BN-PBS)
N16 – LUYANG : Melanie Chia Chui Ket (BN-SAPP)
P184 – LIBARAN : Datuk Juslie Ajirol (BN-Umno)
P129 – KUALA PILAH : Datuk Hassan Malek (BN-Umno)
N25 – CANNING : Wong Kah Woh (DAP)
N19 – JOHOL : Roslan Mohd Yusof (BN-Umno)
N26 – TEBING TINGGI : Ong Boon Tiow (DAP)
N16 – INDERAPURA : Shafik Fauzan Sharif (BN-Umno)
N22 – RAHANG : Arumugam A/L Karuppan (DAP)
N43 – NENGGIRI : Md Yusoff Abd Ghani (BN-Umno)
N31 – JELAPANG : Loh Koi Pin (BN)
N1 – TITI TINGGI : Yip Sun Onn (BN-MCA)
N24 – SENAWANG : Gunasekaran A/L Palasamy (DAP)
N31 – BATU LANCHANG : Law Heng Kiang (DAP)
N21 – PERUPOK : Omar Mohamad (Pas)
N35 – MANONG : Datuk Ramly Zahari (BN-Umno)
P89 – BENTONG : Datuk Liow Tiong Lai (BN-MCA)
P50 – JELUTONG : Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun (DAP)
N28 – SINDUMIN : Ahmad Bujang (BN-Umno)
P42 – TASEK GELUGOR : Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop (BN-Umno)
N12 – KARAMBUNAI : Jainab Ahmad (BN-Umno)
N48 – SUNGAI MANIK : Zainol Padzi Paharuddin (BN)
N6 – TELOK AYER TAWAR : Datuk Jahara Hamid (BN-Umno)
N15 – TANJONG LUMPUR : Datuk Wan Adnan Wan Mamat (BN-Umno)
N34 – BUKIT CHANDAN : Datuk Wan Mohamad Khairil Anuar Wan Ahmad (BN-Umno)
P9 – ALOR STAR : Datuk Chor Chee Heung (BN-MCA)
N33 – TRONOH : V Sivakumar (DAP)
N7 – JERAM PADANG : Mogan A/L Velayatham (BN-MIC)
N11 – PULAU TAWAR : Datuk Dr Ahmad Shukri Ismail (BN-Umno)
P61 – PADANG RENGAS : Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abd Aziz (BN-Umno)
N11 – PAUH : Datuk Seri Diraja Syed Razlan Putra Jamalullail (BN-Umno)
N44 – PALOH : Datuk Nozula Mat Diah (BN-Umno)
N30 – LIMBONGAN : Dr Zainuddin Awang Hamat (Pas)
N3 – KENERING : Mohd Tarmizi Idris (BN-Umno)
N33 – PORT DICKSON : Ravi A/L Munusamy (PKR)
N13 – KUALA SAPETANG : Tai Sing Ng (PKR)
N37 – BATU MAUNG : Abdul Malek Kassim (PKR)
N38 – BELANJA : Datuk Mohd Zaim Abu Hasan (BN-Umno)
N12 – PANTAI KUNDOR : Datuk Ab Rahaman Ab Karim (BN-Umno)
P159 – PASIR GUDANG : Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin (BN-Umno)
P20 – PENGKALAN CHEPA : Datuk Ab Halim Ab Rahman (Pas)
N20 – TAWANG : Hassan Mohamood (Pas)
N10 – ALOR PONGSU : Sham Mat Sahat (BN-Umno)
N13 – KOTA DARUL AMAN : Lee Guan Aik (DAP)
N14 – CHANGKAT JERING : Kapt Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu (PKR)
N40 – TIRAM : Datuk Maulizan Bujang (BN-Umno)
P174 – PENAMPANG : Tan Sri Bernard Giluk Dompok (BN-Upko)
N34 – LUNAS : Mohd Razhi Salleh (PKR)
P171 – SEPANGGAR : Datuk Enchin Bin Majimbun (BN)
N33 – MERBAU PULAS : Aishah Ghazali (Pas)
N39 – PULAU BETONG : Muhammad Farid Saad (BN-Umno)
P188 – SILAM : Salleh Kalbi (BN)
P17 – PADANG SERAI : N Gobalakrishnan (PKR)
N38 – BAYAN LEPAS : Syed Ameruddin Syed Ahmad (BN-Umno)
P65 – IPOH BARAT : M. Kulasegaran (DAP)
N11 – GUNONG SEMANGGOL : Ramli Tusin (Pas)
N9 – BUKIT LADA : Ahmad Izzat Shauki (Pas)
N32 – KUALA SEMANTAN : Syed Hamid Syed Mohamad (Pas)
N23 – BONGAWAN : Datuk Karim Bujang (BN-Umno)
N30 – MENTAKAB : Chuah Boon Seong (BN-MCA)
P148 – AYER HITAM : Dr Wee Ka Siong (BN-MCA)
N29 – KEPAYANG : Loke Chee Yan (DAP)
N30 – BUNTONG : Sivasubramaniam (DAP)
N20 – SEMARANG : Datuk Samsol Bari Jamali (BN-Umno)
P146 – MUAR : Razali Hj Ibrahim (BN-Umno)
N1 – PENGKALAN KUBOR : Datuk Noor Zahidi Omar (BN-Umno)
N47 – AYER KUNING : Datuk Samsuddin Abu Hassan (BN-Umno)
N27 – PENGKALAN KOTA : Lau Keng Ee (DAP)
N6 – BINTONG : Datuk Mat Isa Sabu (BN-Umno)
N28 – KOMTAR : Ng Wei Aik (DAP)
P31 – KUALA KRAI : Dr Mohd Hatta Md Ramli (Pas)
P117 – SEGAMBUT : Lim Lip Eng (DAP)
N5 – SELAMA : Datuk Mohamad Daud Mohd Yusoff (BN-Umno)
N6 – KUBU GAJAH : Datuk Seri Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar (BN-Umno)
N42 – TIOMAN : Capt (rtd) Mohd Johari Hussain (BN-Umno)
N3 – PITAS : Bolkiah Ismail (BN-Umno)
N19 – PANCHING : Mohd Zaili Besar (BN-Umno)
N20 – MOYOG : Donald Peter Mojuntin (BN-Upko)
N5 – BUKIT KAYU HITAM : Datuk Ahmad Zaini Japar (BN-Umno)
N2 – JELAI : Datuk Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail (BN-Umno)
N19 – KAPAYAN : Datuk Khoo Keok Hai (BN)
N31 – LANCHANG : Datuk Mohd Sharkar Shamsudin (BN-Umno)
P186 – SANDAKAN : Datuk V.K. Liew (BN-LDP)
N32 – KUALA KETIL : Md Zuki Yusof (Pas)
P14 – MERBOK : Datuk Rashid Din (PKR)
N26 – TANJUNG DAWAI : Dr Hamdan Khalid (Pas)
N25 – BUKIT SELAMBAU : V Arumugam (Bebas)
P84 – PAYA BESAR : Datuk Abdul Manan Ismail (BN-Umno)
P16 – BALING : Taib Azamudden Md Taib (Pas)
N6 – JITRA : Datuk Saad Man (BN-Umno)
P5 – JERLUN : Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir (BN-Umno)
N11 – SEROM : Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman (BN-Umno)
N43 – SUNGAI RAPAT : Hamidah Osman (BN)
N45 – TEJA : Chang Lih Kang (PKR)
N40 – LABUK : Datuk Michael Asang (BN-PBS)
P216 – HULU RAJANG : Abit Joo @ Billy Abit Joo (BN-PRS)
P191 – KALABAKAN : Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh (BN-Umno)
P182 – PENSIANGAN : Tan Sri Joseph Kurup (BN-PBRS)
N4 – LENDU : Datuk Idderis Kassim (BN-Umno)
P205 – SARATOK : Jelaing Mersat (BN-SPDP)
P200 – BATANG SADONG : Nancy Shukri (BN-PBB)
P211 – LANANG : Datuk Tiong Thai King (BN-SUPP)
P189 – SEMPORNA : Datuk Shafie Apdal (BN-Umno)
P219 – MIRI : Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui (BN-SUPP)
N9 – DURIAN TUNGGAL : Datuk Ab Wahab Ab Latip (BN-Umno)
P196 – STAMPIN : Datuk Yong Khoon Seng (BN-SUPP)
N2 – TANJUNG BIDARA : Datuk Ab Karim Sulaiman (BN)
N3 – AYER LIMAU : Amirudin Yusof (BN-Umno)
N7 – GADEK : Datuk Abdul Ghafar Atan (BN-Umno)
N8 – MACHAP : Lai Meng Chong (BN-MCA)
N10 – ASAHAN : Perumal A/L Raju (BN-MIC)
N1 – KUALA LINGGI : Ismail Othman (BN-Umno)
N4 – KEMELAH : Ayub Rahmat (BN-Umno)
P208 – SARIKEI : Ding Kuong Hiing (BN-SUPP)
P135 – ALOR GAJAH : Datuk Seri Dr Fong Chan Onn (BN-MCA)
P203 – LUBOK ANTU : William Nyallau Badak (BN-PRS)
P114 – KEPONG : Dr Tan Seng Giaw (DAP)
N41 – GUM-GUM : Datuk Zakaria Mohd Edris (BN-Umno)
P197 – KOTA SAMARAHAN : Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Abdul Taib (BN-PBB)
N12 – TEMIANG : Ng Chin Tsai (DAP)
P119 – TITIWANGSA : Dr Lo’ Lo’ Mohd Ghazali (Pas)
N27 – JENDERAK : Datuk Mohamed Jaafar (BN-Umno)
N15 – BACHANG : Lim Jak Wong (DAP)
N3 – PEMANIS : Lau Chin Hoon (BN-Gerakan)
N36 – REPAH : Veerapan Superamaniam (DAP)
N55 – PASIR BEDAMAR : Seah Leong Peng (DAP)
P193 – SANTUBONG : Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (BN-PBB)
N38 – PENAWAR : Hamimah Mansor (BN-Umno)
P134 – MASJID TANAH : Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop (BN-Umno)
N9 – BAGAN DALAM : A. Thanasekharan (DAP)
P194 – PETRA JAYA : Fadillah Yusof (BN-PBB)
N42 – TUALANG SEKAH : Norli Mohd Radzi (BN-Umno)
N40 – MALIM NAWAR : Keshvinder Singh (PKR)
P173 – PUTATAN : Datuk Dr Marcus Mojigoh (BN-Upko)
P124 – BANDAR TUN RAZAK : Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim (PKR)
N31 – KAHANG : Vidyananthan Ramadhan (BN-MIC)
N26 – CHEMBONG : Zaifulbahri Idris (BN-Umno)
P165 – TANJONG PIAI : Wee Jeck Seng (BN-MCA)
P136 – TANGGA BATU : Datuk Idris Haron (BN-Umno)
P199 – SERIAN : Datuk Richard Riot Jaem (BN-SUPP)
P164 – PONTIAN : Ahmad Maslan (BN-Umno)
P151 – SIMPANG RENGGAM : Liang Teck Meng (BN-Gerakan)
P90 – BERA : Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaakob (BN)
P153 – SEMBRONG : Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein (BN-Umno)
P122 – SEPUTEH : Teresa Kok Suh Sim (DAP)
N2 – JEMENTAH : Lee Hong Tee (BN-MCA)
N25 – KUALA SENTUL : Datuk Shahaniza Shamsuddin (BN)
P163 – KULAI : Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting (BN-MCA)
N18 – AULONG : Yiew Tian Hoe (DAP)
N11 – SUNGAI UDANG : Datuk Yaakub Md Amin (BN-Umno)
N2 – BESERI : Mohd Rawi Kassim (BN-Umno)
N26 – KUALA PENYU : John Teo Mau Sing (BN-Upko)
N26 – BUKIT PANAU : Abdul Fattah Mahmood (Pas)
N5 – SANTAN : Sabry Ahmad (BN-Umno)
N20 – PULAU MANIS : Khairuddin Mahmud (BN-Umno)
P118 – SETIAWANGSA : Datuk Zulhasnan Rafique (BN-Umno)
N14 – ALOR MENGKUDU : Dr Ismail Salleh (Pas)
N19 – KESIDANG : Goh Leong San (DAP)
P51 – BUKIT GELUGOR : Karpal Singh (DAP)
P192 – MAS GADING : Datuk Dr Tekhee @ Tiki Lafe (BN-SPDP)
N12 – TAMBUN TULANG : Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim (BN-Umno)
N13 – PAYA RUMPUT : Datuk Tahir Hassan (BN-Umno)
P80 – RAUB : Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen (BN-MCA)
N7 – TRAS : Choong Siew Onn (DAP)
P13 – SIK : Che Uda Che Nik (Pas)
N20 – KOTA LAKSAMANA : Betty Chew Gek Cheng (DAP)
N23 – BELANTEK : Tajudin Abdullah (BN-Umno)
N3 – CHUPING : Mansor Jusoh (BN)
N24 – JENERI : Yahya Abdullah (Pas)
N6 – PALONG : Datuk Aziz Shamsuddin (BN-Umno)
N28 – KERDAU : Zaharuddin Abu Kassim (BN)
N21 – DUYONG : Gan Tian Loo (BN)
N24 – LUIT : Datuk Ahmad Munawar Abdul Jalil (BN-Umno)
N8 – TANJONG MAS : Rohani Ibrahim (Pas)
P15 – SUNGAI PETANI : Johari Abdul (PKR)
P172 – KOTA KINABALU : Hiew King Chiew (DAP)
N9 – KUALA PERLIS : Mat Hassan (BN-Umno)
N24 – MEMBAKUT : Mohd Arifin Mohd Arif (BN-Umno)
N18 – TOKAI : Mohamed Taulan Mat Rasul (Pas)
P82 – INDERA MAHKOTA : Azan Ismail (PKR)
N29 – SIDAM : Tan Show Kang (PKR)
P60 – TAIPING : Nga Kor Ming (DAP)
N9 – GAMBIR : M. Asojan (BN-MIC)
N21 – LINTANG : Datuk Ahamad Pakeh Adam (BN-Umno)
P139 – JASIN : Datuk Wira Ahmad Hamzah (BN-Umno)
N22 – JALONG : Leong Mee Meng (DAP)
P213 – MUKAH : Datuk Seri Dr Muhd Leo Michael Toyad (BN-PBB)
N5 – TENANG : Sulaiman Taha (BN)
P45 – BUKIT MERTAJAM : Chong Eng (DAP)
N41 – MUADZAM SHAH : Datuk Maznah Mazlan (BN-Umno)
N33 – AIR ITAM : Wong Hon Wai (DAP)
N6 – BEKOK : Tan Kok Hong @ Tan Yi (BN-MCA)
P75 – BAGAN DATOK : Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (BN-Umno)
N53 – RUNGKUP : Shaarani Mohamad (BN-Umno)
P130 – RASAH : Loke Siew Fook (DAP)
P57 – PARIT BUNTAR : Dr Mujahid Yusof (Pas)
N9 – TAHAN : Datuk Wan Amizan Wan Abdul Razak (BN-Umno)
N13 – GUAR SANJI : Jafperi Othman (BN-Umno)
N19 – YONG PENG : Lim Kee Moi (BN-MCA)
N27 – LUMADAN : Kamarlin Ombi (BN-Umno)
N23 – MAMBAU : Wong May May (DAP)
P25 – BACHOK : Nasharudin Mat Isa (Pas)
N42 – SUNGAI SIBUGA : Datuk Seri Musa Aman (BN-Umno)
N29 – CHUAH : Chai Tong Chai (PKR)
N17 – TANJONG ARU : Edward Yong Oui Fah (BN-PBS)
N15 – SANGLANG : Abdullah Hassan (BN-Umno)
P141 – SEKIJANG : Datuk Hj Baharum Mohamed (BN-Umno)
N27 – PASIR PINJI : Su Keong Seng (DAP)
N30 – LUKUT : Ean Yong Tin Sin (DAP)
N2 – KELABORAN : Mohd Zaki Ibrahim (Pas)
N32 – LINGGI : Ismail Taib (BN-Umno)
N30 – SUNGAI PINANG : Koid Teng Kuan (DAP)
P190 – TAWAU : Datuk Dr Chua Soon Bui (BN-SAPP)
P81 – JERANTUT : Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar (BN-Umno)
N49 – KAMPONG GAJAH : Dr. Wan Norashikin Wan Nordin (BN-Umno)
N5 – SERTING : Shamsulkahar Mohd Deli (BN-Umno)
N5 – SUNGAI DUA : Datuk Jasmin Mohamed (BN-Umno)
P12 – JERAI : Mohd Firdaus Ja’afar (Pas)
N12 – SELINSING : Husin Din (Pas)
N16 – SUNGAI BALANG : Dr.Robia Kosai (BN-Umno)
N3 – PASIR PEKAN : Datuk Ahmad Yakob (Pas)
P180 – KENINGAU : Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan (BN-PBS)
N10 – BUKIT PINANG : Md Roshidi Osman (Pas)
N15 – MAHARANI : Dr Mohamad Taslim (Pas)
N13 – CHETOK : Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman (Pas)
P48 – BUKIT BENDERA : Liew Chin Tong (DAP)
P121 – LEMBAH PANTAI : Nurul Izzah Anwar (PKR)
N11 – DERGA : Dr Chia Soon Hai (BN)
P72 – TAPAH : Datuk M Saravanan (BN-MIC)
N49 – NUSA JAYA : Datuk Aziz Sapian (BN-Umno)
N25 – KOK LANAS : Datuk Md Alwi Che Ahmad (BN-Umno)
N37 – PANTAI REMIS : Ooi Jing Ting (BN-MCA)
P29 – MACHANG : Saifuddin Nasution Ismail (PKR)
N7 – KEDAMAIAN : Timbon @ Herbert Lagadan (BN-PBS)
N35 – PASIR RAJA : Datuk Dr. Adham Baba (BN-Umno)
N25 – PULAU TIKUS : Koay Teng Hai (DAP)
N24 – KEBUN BUNGA : Ong Khan Lee (PKR)
N26 – PADANG KOTA : Chow Kon Yeow (DAP)
N14 – SIMPANG AMPAT : Rus’sele Eizan (Pas)
P23 – RANTAU PANJANG : Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff (Pas)
N2 – TANJONG KAPOR : Teo Chee Kang (BN)
N13 – INANAM : Johnny Goh (BN-PBS)
P26 – KETEREH : Ab Aziz Ab Kadir (PKR)
N14 – MERANTI : Mohd Nassuruddin Daud (Pas)
P56 – LARUT : Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin (BN-Umno)
P187 – KINABATANGAN : Datuk Bung Moktar Radin (BN-Umno)
N12 – PENGKALAN PASIR : Hanifa Ahmad (Pas)
N29 – KUNDASANG : Dr Joachim Gunsalam (BN-PBS)
N6 – TEMPASUK : Datuk Musbah Jamli (BN-Umno)
N60 – SEBATIK : Abd Muis Picho (BN)
N48 – SUKAU : Saddi Abdu Rahman (BN-Umno)
N43 – SEKONG : Datuk Samsudin Yahya (BN-Umno)
N38 – NABAWAN : Datuk Bobbey Ah Fang Suan (BN-Upko)
N46 – TANJONG PAPAT : Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah (BN-SAPP)
N56 – APAS : Datuk Tawfiq Abu Bakar Titingan (BN-Umno)
N15 – LADANG : Datuk Engku Hassan Engku Omar (Pas)
N22 – TERATAI : Lee Ying Ha (DAP)
N26 – BANGI : Shafie Abu Bakar (PAS)
N6 – PERMAISURI : Abd Halim Jusoh (BN-Umno)
N23 – DUSUN TUA : Ismail Sani (BN-Umno)
N33 – TAMAN MEDAN : Haniza Mohd Talha (PKR)
N28 – SERI KEMBANGAN : Ean Yong Hian Wah (DAP)
N2 – KOTA PUTERA : Muhammad Pehimi Yusof (BN-Umno)
N31 – SUBANG JAYA : Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan (DAP)
P38 – HULU TERENGGANU : Mohd Nor Othman (BN-Umno)
N53 – MOHRIB : Hasiman Sidom (BN)
P33 – BESUT : Datuk Dr Abdullah Muhammad Zin (BN)
N29 – SERI SERDANG : Datuk Mohd Satim Diman (BN-Umno)
P40 – KEMAMAN : Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek (BN)
N52 – TELOK DATOK : Tan Choon Swee (DAP)
P39 – DUNGUN : Matulidi Jusoh (BN-Umno)
N32 – SERI SETIA : Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad (PKR)
P37 – MARANG : Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang (Pas)
N50 – SRI MUDA : Mat Shuaimi Shafiei (PKR)
P36 – KUALA TERENGGANU : Datuk Razali Ismail (BN-Umno)
N9 – PERMATANG : Sulaiman Abd Razak (BN-Umno)
P34 – SETIU : Datuk Mohd Jidin Shafee (BN-Umno)
N19 – RU RENDANG : Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang (Pas)
N56 – SUNGAI PELEK : Datuk Yap Ee Wah (BN-MCA)
N41 – BATU TIGA : Rodziah Ismail (PKR)
N3 – JERTIH : Datuk Idris Jusoh (BN-Umno)
N40 – KOTA ANGGERIK : Yaakob Sapari (PKR)
N1 – KUALA BESUT : Dr A Rahman Mokhtar (BN-Umno)
N5 – JABI : Ramlan Ali (BN-Umno)
N21 – TELEMONG : Rozi Mamat (BN-Umno)
N1 – SUNGAI AIR TAWAR : Datuk Raja Ideris @ Raja Idris Raja Ahmad (BN-Umno)
N30 – KIJAL : Datuk Ahmad Said (BN-Umno)
N38 – PAYA JARAS : Datuk Muhammad Bushro Mat Johor (BN-Umno)
N23 – KUALA BERANG : Mohd Zawawi Ismail (BN-Umno)
N24 – AJIL : Datuk Rosol Wahid (BN-Umno)
N22 – MANIR : Datuk Dr Harun Taib (Pas)
N8 – SUNGAI BURONG : Datuk Mohd Shamsudin Lias (BN-Umno)
N46 – PELABUHAN KLANG : Badrul Hisham Abdullah (PKR)
P54 – GERIK : Datuk Tan Lian Hoe (BN-Gerakan)
N2 – TEMENGGOR : Moon Akau (PKR)
N23 – MANJOI : Datuk Nadzri Ismail (BN-Umno)
N28 – BERCHAM : Sum Cheok Leng (DAP)

Anwar ushers “A new dawn for Malaysia.”

March 9, 2008

A triumphant PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim described the victory of the opposition parties in five states and its breach of Barisan Nasional s two-third majority in Parliament as  a defining moment  in the history of the nation and the opening of  a new chapter.

The people have voted decisively for a new era where the government must be truly inclusive and recognises that all Malaysians, regardless of race, culture or race are a nation of one, he told a packed press conference at his residence in Segambut, Kuala Lumpur.

The people have expressed in no uncertain terms that they want accountability, transparency, and the rule of law.

BN has lost 2/3 majority!

March 9, 2008

It marked an important day today as Barisan National has encounter the greatest loss for the entire history of Malaysia!

Not only BN losses 4 states, Kedah, Selangor, Kelantan and Pulau Pinang to Opposition parties but also the 2/3 majority power to approve major project and make major changes!
This is a wake up call for Pak Lah who is the prime minister of Malaysia to really listen and understand what its people wants.
The great loss of BN showed that people are not only losing confident to current government but also deeply dissapointed.
The poll result shocked all parties including opposition because there is no sign of such a big swing.

As Malaysia formal prime minister Dr Mahatir mentioned, many Malaysians are not happy despite government reported Malaysia is doing well in economics simply because they are not stupid.

Statistic can be skew and twist to look good but what people are really experienced and seeing such as high oil price, toll increases, poor security, corruptions is enough for them to make a wise chooice.

Dr. Mahatir also preticted BN will be punished by angry voters and it is true enought when the results came out.

I believe we as Malaysians should understand it is time to really work together to aim for a better future.

Live Report of 12th General Election Malaysia (source:

March 9, 2008

Hot Seats

P3 Arau Ismail Kassim (Umno) vs Dr Harun Din (PAS) undecided
P7 Palang Terap Ghazali Ibrahim (Umno) vs Mohd Nasir Zakaria (PAS) undecided
P11 Pendang Dr Mohd Hayati Othman vs Md Rozai Shafian (Umno)
P25 Bachok Nasharuddin Mat Isa (PAS) vs Dr Awang Adek Hussin (Umno) PAS wins
P37 Marang Abdul Hadi Awang (PAS) vs Dr Ahmad Ramzi Mohamad Zubir (Umno) PAS wins
P43 Bagan Lim Guan Eng (DAP) vs Song Choy Leng (MCA) DAP wins
P46 Batu Kawan Dr Koh Tsu Koon (Gerakan) vs Dr P. Ramasamy (DAP) DAP wins by 3,000
P50 Jelutong Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun (DAP) vs Dr Thor Teong Ghee (Gerakan) DAP wins
P57 Parit Buntar Abdul Raman Sulaiman (Umno) vs Dr. Mujahid Yusof (PAS) PAS wins
P62 Sungai Siput S Samy Vellu (BN_MIC) vs Dr Michael Jeyakumar (PKR) PKR wins
P64 Ipoh Timur Lim Kit Siang (DAP) vs Liew Mun Hon (MCA) Kit Siang wins
P66 Batu Gajah Fong Po Kuan (DAP) vs Cheah Yoke Can (MCA) Fong leading
P71 Gopeng Ling Hee Leong (MCA) vs Lee Boon Chye (PKR) PKR won
P77 Tanjong Malim Ong Ka Chuan (MCA) vs Mohamad Azman Marjohan (PKR) MCA leading
P98 Gombak Said Anuar Said Ahmad (Umno) vs Mohamed Azmin Ali (PKR) PKR leading
P103 Puchong Gobind Singh (DAP) vs Lau Yeng Peng (MCA) DAP
P107 Subang R Sivarasa (PKR) vs S. Murugesan (MIC) PKR won 8,000
P109 Kapar P Komala Devi (MIC) vs S Manikavasagam (PKR)

PKR ahead

P115 Batu Tian Chua (PKR) vs Lim Si Pin (Gerakan) PKR wins
P121 Lembah Pantai Shahrizat Abdul Jalil (Umno) vs Nurul Izzah Anwar (PKR) Izzah won
P124 Bandar Tun Razak Tan Chai Ho (MCA) vs Abdul Khalid Ibrahim (PKR) Khalid leading
P131 Rembau Khairy Jamaluddin (Umno) vs Badrul Hisham Shahrin (PKR) Umno win

Unofficial: BN denied two-thirds majority – 2.22am

According to unofficial tally, the opposition has apparently denied the ruling Barisan Nasional its crucial two-thirds majority by winning up to 79 seats so far. To deny the government two-thirds majority, the opposition must win 75 seats. On the other hand, BN has won about 130 seats. There are still a dozen more seats to be decided.

  • PKR victorious in Kuantan – 2.22am

    Former PKR Wanita chief Fuziah Salleh has won in Kuantan beating MCA incumbent Fu Ah Kiow.

  • Umno leaders in emergency meeting – 2.25am

    The mood is grim at the Umno headquarters as the shock results of the today’s polls become apparent. The Putra World Trade Centre which houses the Umno headquarters is unusually quiet with party leaders trickling in slowly. No statements have been made to reporters gathered at the venue as they remain locked in deep discussions upstairs.

    The evening saw the arrival of

    8:10pm BN secretary-general Radzi Sheikh Ahmad and Azalina Othman

    8:53pm Umno Youth leader Hishammudidn Hussein

    9:42pm Umno Information Chief Muhd Muhammad Taib

    10:15pm Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and wife

    11:40pm Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and wife

    12:06am Minister of Women and Family Shahrizat Abdul Jalil

    The leaders are still locked up in a meeting.

  • MIC deputy president loses too – 2.22am

    G Palanivel loses to PKR’s Dr Zainal Abidin Ahmad by a slim margin of 198 votes at the Hulu Selangor parliamentary seat.

  • EC declares simple majority win for BN – 2.20am

    Election Commission chairperson Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman says BN has won a simple majority to win the 12th general elections and will form the next federal government.“BN wins the Parliament,” he said in a brief statement at 1:30 am this morning. When asked of the number of seats won by opposition parties at the point of tally, Abdul Rashid said, “Don’t know lah. It is not written here.”

  • Sothinathan loses Teluk Kemang – 2.15am

    MIC deputy president S Sothinathan was defeated in the Teluk Kemang parliamentary seat by PKR’s Kamarul Baharain Abbas in a three-cornered fight which also involved an independent candidate.

    MIC appears to be the biggest loser with almost all its top leaders axed, including president S Samy Vellu and deputy president G Palanivel. Also shown the exit was its MIC Youth chief SA Vigneswaran and Women’s wing chief P Komala Devi.

  • Opposition claims victory in Perak – 1.50am

    The state is still too close to call. However, the opposition claimed that it has won a simple majority in the state. According to PKR state chief Dr Lee Boon Chye, the opposition was victorious 30 out of 59 seats (DAP – 18, PKR – 6, PAS – 6).

    But the state Election Commission appears to have suffered a computer glitch, which has delayed the announcement of the results.

  • Perak – Tajol Rosli survives – 1.35am

    The caretaker Perak menteri besar defeats PKR’s Lee Sing Long by a majority 4,645 to take the Pengkalan Hulu seat.

    Meanwhile, DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang retains his parliamentary seat of Ipoh Timur by a massive 21,942 majority. In Kuala Kangsar, Wanita Umno chief Rafidah Aziz polls 10,735, defeating PAS’ Dr Khairuddin Abdul Malik who got 9,277 in Kuala Kangsar.

  • MIC Youth leader Vigneswaran suffers heavy defeat – 1.30am

    The Kota Raja incumbent Vigneswaran polled in 17,879 votes to PAS’ Siti Mariah’s 38,630, losing by a whopping 20,751-vote majority.

  • BN almost lost Terengganu – 1.28am

    The ruling BN coalition has retained Terengganu with a tissue-thin majority of two seats. The final result is BN – 17 seats and PAS – 15.

  • Mahathir’s son wins in Jerlun – 1.26am

    Mukhriz Mahathir obtained a 2,205-vote majority to win the Jerlun parliamentary seat. He obtained 19,424 votes.

  • Khairy: We suffered a lot tonight – 1.25am

    Khairy Jamaluddin, who won the Rembau parliamentary with 5,740-vote majority, admitted that the BN suffered a lot in this general election. “This is not the end of this world. We will fight back,” he said.

  • Opposition may take Perak as well – 1.20am

    Unofficial: The opposition is reported to be on the way of winning close to half of the 59 seats in the state. It has so far won 22 seats and it could pick up a few more. However, it is still too close to call.

  • Confirmed: Guan Eng is the new Penang CM – 1.01am

    DAP confirmed today that its secretary general Lim Guan Eng will be the next Penang Chief Minister. He said that DAP would form the state government with PKR. “It will be a government for all Malaysians. We stress that we will not rule alone but together with PKR. We also hope that the PAS can help this new government”.

  • MCA president shocked by BN losses – 12.58am

    MCA president Ong Ka Ting today expressed shock over the election results which saw the ruling Barisan Nasional losing scores of seats to the opposition.

    “The results are shocking because there are several states which BN has lost. However, MCA accepts the decision of the voters because it is their right,” he was quoted as saying by Bernama.

    Ong also added that MCA will conduct a detailed study on the defeat.

  • Tiger of Jelutong roars in Bukit Gelugor – 12.50am

    DAP’s Karpal Singh eats up Koay Kar Huah (BN) with a whopping 21,015 majority.

  • Official: Opposition wins big in Kelantan – 12.47am

    PAS and PKR won 40 of the 45 state seats in Kelantan, with BN taking the rest. In 2004, the margin was much closer with the opposition having just a one-seat margin against the BN.

  • Polling agent: Only technical issue to be solved in Lembah Pantai – 12.43am

    A technical issue has been blamed for the delay in the delivery of official results from 14 ballot boxes. However, the result will remain the same – a win for Nurul Izzah – with no question of a further count.

  • Official: Wan Azizah retains Permatang Pauh – 12.31am

    The incumbent wins the seat with a larger majority of 13,388 votes. She polled in 30,338 as opposed to BN’s Firdaus Ismail’s 16,950. In the three state seats under this constituency, BN took Seberang Jaya while Pas won Permatang Pasir and PKR won Penanti.

  • Official: BN retains Perlis, Johor, Terengganu, Malacca and Negeri Sembilan – 12.28am

    The respective state menteris besar officially announced that the BN had retained the state governments in these states.

  • Unofficial: Opposition wins Selangor – 12.25am

    Selangor has fallen into the hands of the opposition. PKR has earlier announced that its secretary-general Khalid Ibrahim will be named chief minister. In Selangor, DAP has taken 35 seats (DAP – 15, PKR – 11 and PAS – 9) out of the 56 seats in the state.

    Meanwhile, the opposition is also doing very well in Perak but it is still not clear how many of the 59 state seats it has won. The opposition has so far won Penang, Kedah, Selangor and Kelantan.

  • Uncounted ballot boxes in Lembah Pantai – 12.12am

    There are another 14 ballot boxes that have not been counted in this parliamentary seat, throwing a spanner in the victory achieved by PKR’s Nurul Izzah against incumbent Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.

    • Guan Eng to be Penang CM – 11.59pm

      It is believed that DAP has named party secretary-general Lim Guan Eng as the next chief minister of Penang. DAP won all 19 state seats it contested in Penang with PKR winning six and Pas two. There are 40 state seats in Penang.

    • Official: PKR’s Khalid Ibrahim takes Bandar Tun Razak – 12.04pm

      PKR’s Abdul Khalid Ibrahim wins the Bandar Tun Razak parliamentary seat beating BN’s Tan Chai Ho by a majority of 2,515 votes. He has also won the state seat of Ijok, which he had lost in a bitterly fought by-election last year.

    • Umno Youth chief Hishammuddin wins – 11.58pm

      The Umno Youth chief beats PKR’s Lee Sang by a majority of 11,570.

    • Confirmed: Both MCA chief and brother win – 11.58pm

      MCA president Ong Ka Ting wins the Kulai parliamentary seat while his brother Ka Chuan also wins at Tanjung Malim.

    • Abdullah says defeat part of democracy – 11.50pm

      Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said that he accepted defeat in three states – Penang, Kedah and Kelantan – a sizable number of parliament seats. He said that was how democracy works and urged everyone to remain calm and not to celebrate in the streets.

    • Opposition wins 27 state seats in Penang – 11.40pm

      The opposition has won 27 out of 40 state seats in Penang – DAP (19 seats), PKR (6) and PAS (2). Of the parliament seats, DAP has seven seats while PKR has three so far.

    • Latest official tally – 11.33pm

      As at 11.20pm, BN has won 52 parliamentary seats, followed by DAP with six, PAS (2) and PKR (2)

    • Joseph Pairin trailing brother, DAP may take KK – 11.08pm

      BN’s Parti Rakyat Sabah (PBS) president and Sabah caretaker deputy chief minister Joseph Pairin Kitingan is trailing behind his brother, state deputy PKR chief Dr Jeffrey Kitingan at the Keningau parliamentary seat.

      Unconfirmed reports also say DAP has won the the Kota Kinabalu parliamentary seat through its Kota Kinabalu chief Dr Hiew King Chiew.

    • Anwar: BN to lose two-thirds majority – 11.02pm

      PKR advisor Anwar Ibrahim said tonight that early results from the general election indicated the BN would lose its critical two-thirds majority in parliament.

      “We have crossed the one-third majority. This is based on information from the candidates from the initial counting,” he told AFP. “This is a major victory… and we are moving up very fast towards (winning) 40 percent (of parliament seats),” he said.

    • Confirmed: Opposition takes Kedah – 10.50pm

      Both the PAS and PKR have won 22 out of 36 state seats in Kedah. This means that the combined opposition will form the next state government there. Apart from Kedah, the opposition has won two other states – Kelantan and Penang.

    • Unofficial: Pak Lah wins with reduced majority – 10.45pm

      The Barisan Nasional chairperson retains his Kepala Batas by a reduced majority of about 11,000. His majority in 2004 was 18,000.

    • Unofficial: T Mohan defeated in Batu Caves – 10.44pm

      MIC’s new face T Mohan has been defeated by Amirudin Shari from the PKR.

    • Unofficial: MIC’s Wanita chief Komala loses in Kapar – 10.44pm

      The incumbent parliamentarian is defeated by PKR’s S Manikavasagam by a 3,000-vote majority.

    • Unofficial: MIC deputy president G Palanivel wins slim – 10.44pm

      The Hulu Selangor incumbent has won by a mere 100-vote majority.

    • Wee Choo Keong takes Wangsa Maju – 10.42pm

      Unofficial: Former DAP leader Wee Choo Keong, has won the Wangsa Maju parliament seat in Kuala Lumpur for PKR. He is reported to have won by 500 votes. This will mark the return of the fiery lawyer to Parliament.

    • BN wins big in Sarawak, only Kuching falls – 10.40pm

      BN in Sarawak, with only parliamentary seats being contested, is winning big. Results over RTM as at 10.29pm confirmed that DAP only managed to defend its sole Bandar Kuching seat. BN won Serian, Selangau, Julau, Petra Jaya, Betong, Bandar Sibu, Stampin, Miri and Kota Samarahan comfortably. However, BN only managed to scrap through Sarikei by a 51-vote majority.

    • Unofficial: Najib wins in Pekan – 10.26pm

      Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak retained Pekan with a majority of about 26,000. He defeated PKR rookie Khairul Anwar Ahmad Zainuddin.

    • Tsu Koon promises smooth transition – 10.25pm

      Former Penang chief minister Dr Koh Tsu Koon has promised a smooth transition of power to the combined opposition of DAP-PKR-PAS, which has taken over the state.

      State DAP chief Chow Kom Yeow said this was relayed to him by Koh who is also Gerakan acting president. Speaking at a press conference at Hotel Macalister in Georgetown, Chow said Koh told him that the wishes of the people must be respected. DAP has again appealed to its supporters to remain calm.

    • Unofficial: Zam loses in Sungai Petani – 10.22pm

      The information minister has apparently lost Kedah’s Sungai Petani parliamentary seat to PKR’s Johari Abdul by 10,000 votes.

    • Human rights lawyer Sivarasa wins Subang – 10.16pm

      PKR’s R Sivarasa wins the Subang parliamentary seat by a majority of 8,000 votes. The opposition has also picked up the three state seats under Subang – Elizabeth Wong (PKR) in Bukit Lancang, Dr Nasir Mohd Hashim (PKR) in Kota Damansara and Khairudin Othman (PAS) in Paya Jaras.

    • Confirmed: ISA detainee wins with big majority – 10.15pm

      Hindraf leader and ISA-detainee M Manoharan, on a DAP ticket, obtained 12,699 votes to win with a 7,184-vote majority the Kota Alam Shah state seat (Selangor).

    • Confirmed: Tan Seng Giaw retains Kepong with higher majority – 10.10pm

      The six-term DAP incumbent obtained 35, 552 votes to win with a 23,848-vote.

    • Unofficial: Wan Azizah retains Permatang Pauh – 10.05pm

      The PKR president and incumbent has won the seat by a 4,000-vote majority.

    • KL’s Titiwangsa falls to PAS – 10.05pm

      Unofficial: PAS’ Dr Lo’ Lo’ Ghazali has won the Titiwangsa parliament seat with a majority of 1,972.

    • DAP takes Klang – 10.01pm

      Unofficial: DAP candidate Charles Santiago has won the Klang parliament seat with 16,975 votes against MCA’s Ch’ng Toh Eng.

    • Unofficial: Nurul Izzah beats Shahrizat – 9.53pm

      According to ground reports, PKR’s Nurul Izzah Anwar, Anwar Ibrahim’s daughter, has knocked out Umno minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil at Kuala Lumpur’s Lembah Pantai. Today is also International Women’s Day.

    • IGP: Don’t spread rumours of riots – 9.53pm

      Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan tonight warned that ISA will be invoked against those found spreading rumours of riots and urged those receiving such SMSes to report them to the police. Meanwhile, the opposition has urged its supporters to remain calm.

    • Unconfirmed: Samy is out – 9.43pm

      Unofficial: MIC president S Samy Vellu has suffered a shock defeat at the hands of PSM’s Dr D Jeyakumar for the Sungai Siput parliamentary seat which he has held for nine terms. Jeyakumar polled 16,874 votes to Samy’s 14,408. Today is Samy Vellu’s 72nd birthday.

    • Recount in Rembau – 9.41pm

      A recount is underway in the Rembau parliamentary seat which saw Khairy Jamaluddin taking on PKR’s Badrul Hisham Shaharin.

    • Kayveas loses at Taiping – 9.40pm

      Another BN big gun, PPP’s M Kayveas, who is a deputy minister, has lost his Taiping parliament seat. Winner DAP’s Nga Hon Ming has told his supporters to have ‘zero celebration’.

    • PAS bags 15 seats in Kedah – 9.29pm

      According to PAS organ Harakah, the opposition party has won 15 of the 36 state seats in Kedah, including seats that were considered Umno strongholds. It needs four more seats to win government.

    • Unofficial: Nurul creates upset in Lembah Pantai – 9.29pm

      According to polling agents, Nurul Izzah looks sets to unseat Shahrizat Abdul Jalil in the Lembah Pantai seat.

    • PKR candidates leading in KL – 9.25pm

      Unofficial result: PKR’s Zuraida Kamaruddin defeated BN’s Azman Wahid in the Ampang parliamentary constituency.

      Meanwhile, Khalid Ibrahim has taken both the Bandar Tun Razak parliamentary seat where he contested against MCA’s Tan Chai Ho and the Ijok state seat against Umno’s Mohd Sayuti Said.

      PKR vice-president Azmin Ali is leading Umno’s Said Anuar Syed Ahmad in the Gombak parliamentary seat, while Nurul Izzah Anwar is leading in Lembah Pantai against Umno’s Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.

    • Unofficial: PAS concedes defeat in Terengganu – 9.20pm

      According to the state’s director of election Mustafa Ali, the party has conceded defeat in Terengganu, paving the way for BN to retain the state.

    • Opposition supporters told to stay calm – 9.20pm

      DAP MP for Bukit Mertajam Chong Eng has advised all opposition supporters to remain calm and not provoke others. She also said they should refrain from having victory parades.

      “The Barisan Rakyat must learn how to handle victory or loss with maturity,” said her statement which comes as early polls result indicate a major swing towards the opposition.

    • Close fight in Terengganu – 9.10pm

      Latest report from Terengganu is that Umno and PAS are neck in neck as counting continues in many of the state seats. PAS is said to be leading with eight state seats against Umno’s five. At least 17 seats are needed to win the government as there are a total of 32 seats.

    • Teresa Kok wins with whopping 36,600 majority – 9.02pm

      Teresa Kok has won her Seputeh parliamentary seat with an unprecedented 36,564 majority. She also won the Kinrara state seat with a massive 4,901 majority.

    • Confirmed: Opposition takes Penang – 8.52pm

      Unofficial result: The opposition will form the next state government in Penang for second time in history. Gerakan, then an opposition party, won Penang almost 40 years ago. The DAP-PKR-PAS combination has collectively won at least 24 seats out of the 40 seats.

    • Unofficial: DAP retains Ipoh Barat and three state seats – 8.46pm

      Incumbent M Kulasegaran obtained a majority of 1,056 while the three state seats in the parliamentary constituency – Buntong (majority 4,437), Bercham (3,395) and Kepayan (1,382) were also won by DAP.

    • Tengku Adnan wins Putrajaya – 8.45pm

      Controversial minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor retained his Putrajaya parliamentary seat, where most of the voters are civil servants. He bagged 4,038 votes against PAS Mohd Noor Mohamad’s 1,304.

    • Kit Siang: Political tsunami – 8.39pm

      This is from Lim Kit Siang’s blog: here is a political tsunami in the 12th general election, with the Barisan Nasional suffering probably its biggest setback in history. From available reports, DAP has won victories, in some cases with huge majorities, in the following parliamentary seats:

      1. Bagan
      2. Tanjong
      3. Bukit Glugor
      4. Ipoh Timur
      5. Batu Gajah
      6. Petaling Jaya Utara
      7. Seputeh
      8. Kepong
      9. Bukit Bintang
      10. Cheras
      11. Bandar Kuching
      12. Sandakan
      13. Segambut
      14. Kota Melaka

      DAP is leading in the following parliamentary seats:

      1. Sarikei
      2. Serdang
      3. Klang
      4. Taiping
      5. Beruas
      6. Teluk Intan
      7. Jelutong
      8. Bukit Bendera
      9. Batu Kawan

      For state assembly seats, DAP has won

      1. Subang Jaya
      2. Teratai

      In Penang, the three state seats of Tanjong and Bagan have also been won by DAP. Other Penang state seats won by DAP are Air Puteh, Prai, Batu Lanchang, Pulau Tikus and leading in all the other state seats contested by DAP. DAP has also won new state seats in Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan, Malacca and Johore.

      One of the most noted state assembly win is the Sri Tanjong seat of Tawau, Sabah.

    • Samy trails by 1,300 votes – 8.32pm

      PKR’s Dr D Jeyakumar is presently leading by 1,300 votes in Sungai Siput. However there are sill more than 20,000 votes to be counted. Samy Vellu has been the Sungai Siput MP since 1974. Samy Vellu claims today is his 72nd birthday.

    • MIC Youth chief behind PAS in Kota Raja – 8.35pm

      MIC Youth chief SA Vigneswaran is trailing behind PAS candidate Dr Siti Maria Mahmud in the state seat of Kota Raja, which is under the Klang parliamentary seat. Vigneswaran is parliamentary secretary to the Youth and Sports Ministry.

    • Ramasamy knocks out Koh in Batu Kawan – 8.27pm

      Unofficial – Prof P Ramasamy has defeated outgoing Penang chief minister Koh Tsu Koon by a majority of 3,000 votes. Koh is the most senior BN leader to have lost so far.

    • Sothinathan looks shaky in Teluk Kemang – 8.17pm

      As it stands, reports from the ground indicates incumbent K Sothinathan is facing a tough fight against PKR’s Kamarul Baharin Abbas.

      Meanwhile Port Dickson’s MIC candidate T Rajagopalu is also facing a tough fight against PKR’s M Ravi and independent Jeeva Kumar Marimuthu.

    • DAP reclaims Kota Melaka – 8.15pm

      DAP has won Kota Melaka, a seat which the party lost in 2004.

    • Opposition closer to taking Penang – 8.20pm

      Having unofficially won 17 of the 40 state seats in Penang, the opposition is currently leading in six other seats with a wide margin. They need to pick up just another four seats to take over government in the island state.

    • Blogger Jeff Ooi has big lead in Jelutong – 8.15pm

      DAP’s Jeff Ooi is leading in the Jelutong parliamentary seat and the party is also leading in all three state seats in Jelutong – Datuk Keramat, Sungai Pinang and Batu Lanchang.

    • Teresa Kok retains Seputeh, wins Kinrara – 8.03pm

      Incumbent MP for Seputeh Teresa Kok has retained her seat with a huge majority of 20,000 votes. She has also won Kinrara, a state seat under Puchong in Selangor.

    • Unofficial: Opposition on the way to take over Penang – 8.01pm

      The combined DAP-PKR_PAS opposition is running hot in the state by winning 17 state seats and needing only another four to form the state government.

    • Voter turnout tops 70 percent – 7.58pm

      At 7.30pm, voter turnout nationwide was reported at 70 percent, but the figure is expected to go up as more information comes in.

      Election Commission head Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman.told a press conference in Putrajaya that turnout was highest in Kelantan and Putrajaya (81% each), followed by Terengganu and Perlis (79 percent), Selangor (74 percent) and Pahang (73 percent).

      The lowest turnout was for the Federal Territory of Labuan at 59 percent. Generally, about 70-75 percent of voters come out to vote for each general election.

    • Unofficial: DAP’s Tan Seng Giaw retains Kepong- 7.54pm

      The incumbent is leading in all 13 polling stations.

    • Kit Siang on the way to win Ipoh Timur – 7.51pm

      DAP leader Lim Kit Siang has retained his Ipoh Timur parliamentary seat and his party is also leading in all three state seats – Canning, Tebing Tinggi and Pasir Pinji
      Pasir Puteh Utara

    • PAS retains Kelantan: PAS president press sec – 7.50pm

      According to Roslan Shahir Mohd Shahir, who is the press secretary of PAS president Hadi Awang, PAS has unofficially won 31 of the 45 state seats.

      He said that PAS’ Nasharuddin Mat Isa has beaten Umno’s Awang Adek Husin in Bachok. Awang Adek, who is deputy finance minister, also lost in the state seat of Perupok, which is under Bachok.

    • Tian Chua leading in Batu – 7.43pm

      PKR’s information chief Tian Chua in on the way to cause an upset in Batu by leading Gerakan’s Lim Si Pin by 7,089 votes

    • Unofficial – Tony Pua wins PJ Utara – 7.45pm

      Tony Pua has helped DAP has reclaimed Petaling Jaya Utara.

      Meanwhile, Janice Lee has won the state seat of Teratai, which is under the Pandan parliament seat.

    • Tony Pua increases lead – 7.40pm

      In Petaling Jaya Utara, Tony Pua is now leading by 4,000 votes.

      DAP also retained its Tanjung parliamentary seat in Penang as well as taking a large lead in all three state seats under that parliamentary seat.

      Wee Choo Keong, standing under a PKR ticket, is leading in Wangsa Maju.

    • Victory parades banned, says police chief – 7.36pm

      Police chief Musa Hassan has announced that all political parties are not allowed to hold victory parades after the results are announced. He said this is to prevent ‘untoward incidents’.

    • Nurul Izzah ahead in 3 out of 14 polling stations – 7.27pm

      Nurul Izzah Anwar is leading at three out of 14 polling stations at the Lembah Pantai parliament seat.
      Meanwhile, PKR’s Azmin Ali is leading in both the Gombak parliamentary seat and the Bukit Antarabangsa state seat.

    • ISA candidate Manoharan wins seat? – 7.20pm

      Hindraf leader M Manoharan, who is being held under the Internal Security Act, is reported to have taken the Selangor state seat of Kota Alam Shah (unconfirmed).

    • DAP retains Kuching – 7.15pm

      DAP’s Chong Chieng Jen has retained Kuching with an increased majority of 10,000 votes according to unofficial results. Chong won the seat in 2004 with a 2,000 majority.

    • Latest updates – 7.10pm

      – Opposition parties are leading in all key seats in Penang

      – Teresa Kok leading by 10,000 votes in Seputeh

      – DAP leading both Petaling Jaya Utara state seats

      – Edward Lee from DAP leading in Bukit Gasing

      – In Sarawak, PKR leading in Limbong and DAP in Bandar Kuching.

      – PKR’s Dr Xavier Jayakumar leading in all streams in Kota Raya state seat

      – PKR’s Tian Chua leading in Batu by 3,743 votes.

    • PKR in unassailable lead in Bukit Tambun – 7.05pm

      PKR’s Law Choo Kiang has taken an unassailable lead of 1,500 votes for the state seat of Bukit Tambun. This may be the first Penang seat to fall to opposition hands.

      Early reports indicate DAP candidates are leading in many Penang state seats.

    • Poor turnout in opposition’s favour? – 6.55pm

      A very poor turnout in Taiping, especially among the Malay voters, is expected to cause some problems for incumbent M Kayveas. Similarly poor voter turnout in Selangor’s Kapar and Klang, again among Malay voters, could benefit PKR and DAP in both seats.

    • Opposition takes lead in key hot seats – 6.47pm

      Based on ground reports, DAP candidates are leading in the early stage of the count. Tony Pua is leading by 1,800 votes in Petaling Jaya Utara. Fong Kui Lun is similarly leading by 3,000 votes in Bukit Bintang. Hannah Yeoh is leading the Subang Jaya state seat.

      In Klang, DAP’s Charles Santiago is also leading at this very early stage. PKR’s S Manikavasagam is also in the lead in neighbouring Kapar.

    DAP retains Kuching – 7.15pm

    March 9, 2008

    DAP’s Chong Chieng Jen has retained Kuching with an increased majority of 10,000 votes according to unofficial results. Chong won the seat in 2004 with a 2,000 majority.

    Latest updates – 7.10pm

    March 9, 2008

    – Opposition parties are leading in all key seats in Penang

    – Teresa Kok leading by 10,000 votes in Seputeh

    – DAP leading both Petaling Jaya Utara state seats

    – Edward Lee from DAP leading in Bukit Gasing

    – In Sarawak, PKR leading in Limbong and DAP in Bandar Kuching.

    – PKR’s Dr Xavier Jayakumar leading in all streams in Kota Raya state seat

    – PKR’s Tian Chua leading in Batu by 3,743 votes.

    PKR in unassailable lead in Bukit Tambun – 7.05pm

    March 9, 2008

    PKR’s Law Choo Kiang has taken an unassailable lead of 1,500 votes for the state seat of Bukit Tambun. This may be the first Penang seat to fall to opposition hands.

    Early reports indicate DAP candidates are leading in many Penang state seats.