Thursday, 18 April 2013

Othman Abdul WIll Bring Mat Sabu Down In Pendang

If PAS is a sane party, they would never let people like Mat Sabu get listed as senior leaders. If PAS is supported by sane people, there is no way Mat Sabu would be taken as a great speaker.

This is because sane people will never be able to accept to hear ‘empty ceramah’ given by Mat Sabu. However, this is how PAS is, followed by those who are insane.

Mat Sabu is famous among senior leaders of Syiah Movement in Kedah and the Syiah movement is said to be spreading fast after PAS took over Kedah as well as when Mat Sabu was appointed as Deputy President of the party.

Mat Sabu also until now fail to clear his name from his adultery scandal including the phone sex between his scandal  happens to be the wife of his own friend. Besides that, is also known to be DAP’s  water-boy in implementing history-changing agenda, acknowledging communists as well as pushing Malays.

However, PAS still chooses to defend him.

Thus, is it wrong for us to refer to PAS as ‘insane’?

As for the coming GE, Mat Sabu is listed to contest. It is previously said that Mat Sabu has been ‘roaming around’ looking for constituencies because things seem a little tough for him. In the end, PAS decided for Pendang Parliament for Mat Sabu, perhaps to prepare him as Religious Minister, if PR wins the GE.

PAS’ action in not considering Dr. Hayati Othman who has been the assemblywoman for this constituency for two terms, proves how PAS believe that people in Pendang can be fooled easily.

In terms of facts,s PAS’ confidence seem too high. We are convinced that people of Pendang are sane. From 1986 to 1999, the constituency was represented by UMNO via Datuk Othman Abdul.

PAS only took over when they placed their highest figure, Allahyarham Datuk Fadzil Noor in 1999. When Dato’ Fadzil Nor died, UMNO won the place and PAS only took back the constituency via Dr. Hayati in 2004, and she remained there until 2008.

Being there for two terms showed that Dr. Hayati is one of PAS’ effective representatives. Thus, pushing her aside, to be replaced by Mat Sabu, a Syiah cum adulterer and water-boy for the kafir is a huge ‘gamble’ for PAS.

Especially when Mat Sabu has to face the three term seat holder, Dato’ Othman Abdul.

What is more interesting, Dato’ Othman Abdul’s supporters are not the only thing which mat Sabu will have to face, he also has to face supporters of Kedah Chief Minister, Dato’ Seri Azizan Razak.

Everyone is aware with the broken relationship between Azizan and Mat Sabu, through Syiah channels which led by Phahrolrazi, Kedah exco who challenged Azizan in open and rude back then.

Azizan is said to hate the Syiah group in PAS, however, he had to tolerate with them due to intervention from central. PAS supporters in Kedah, mostly choose to stand behind Azizan.

This makes it hard for Mat Sabu, giving more chance to Dato’ Othman Abdul for the win.

Thus, with a little hard work, we are certain that Dato’ Othman Abdul will be able to bring Mat Sabu down in Pendang.

Lets not think about Mat Sabu’s stupidity, lets just let him make a fool of himself in his ceramah. We are sure that rakyat in Pendang are sane enough to not give the win to candidates such as Mat Sabu.


Truth be told, DAP’s Malaysian Malaysia is just a sham as the party fields Chinese candidates in almost all the constituencies it is contesting, shedding its so-called multi-racial image.

Even issues being highlighted concern Chinese issues, devoid of Malays or Indians related issues that could at least reflect its so-called multi-racialism struggle and membership.

The general election has open up DAP’s real intention of participation – not for the people but for only one race – and that support for Anwar Ibrahim as Prime Minister is only a facial make-up.

DAP is not interested in struggling for the loud cry of fair and just society but instead for its narrow politics of race and family – the family of Lim Kit Siang and not to forget Karpal Singh.

The rest in the ship are mere passengers who can be thrown out anytime and anywhere – the Lim father and son have no qualms about doing that – just like most Hong Kong movies on triad society where ‘killing’, in this sense political killing,  is everyday business.

Aspan Alias, not a leader in Umno Kuala Pilah, not even a committee member in the division but has his name bandied at national level among Malaysians, joined DAP after being frustrated with Umno.

Claiming not being ‘treated well’, nobody knows exactly what he meant because he was not even a leader at division or branch level, joined DAP in January 2012 with the hope the chauvinistic party would raise his level in the ‘political community’.

But he is now disappointed – of course he would tell anyone he is disappointed for fear of shame and being ridiculed – because he is not chosen as a candidate, not even at state level.

Aspan is of course not alone as there are other Malays and Indians in DAP who are now disappointed but do not show it openly.

With such background, voters who do not like Barisan Nasional (BN) for whatever reasons should not be too quick to vote for DAP or PKR or PAS because DAP is the partner of the two parties, whose leaders could not care less of DAP’s chauvinistic principles and philosophy.

Leaders of the two parties are only interested in defeating the BN and walk over to Putrajaya, devoid of the thought that the future position of the Malays they lead will be reduce to just another race without any privileges and benefits after sharing the country with other races.

Malay voters must bear in mind that this coming general election is not just about Malay dominance but deeper than that is Malay position as the Master or Tuan of the country.


Many people asked will Gelang Patah be the burial ground for Lim Kit Siang and the answer is a positive yes.

The reason is simple – Kit Siang is just a leader of a Chinese chauvinistic party who does not service his constituency where he contested as he is too busy ‘barking’ the purported struggles of the race when the people including the Chinese are busy making ends meet in their daily life.

Kit Siang was once needed by the Chinese to voice their grievances in Parliament where at that time the country has no technology that can relay their grievances to the leadership.

The party that represent them in the ruling coalition MCA was doing a good job but there were constraints – considering Malaysia is multi-racial where the needs of one’s race must go hand-in-hand with the needs of other races.

That is called sharing and distributing equally depending on the number and locations.

In today’s Malaysia, with the advent of technology – emails, twitter, facebook and whatsapp and so on – the voices in Parliament are no longer needed much because the ruling party can listen and communicate with the people directly through the devices mentioned.

Communication is no longer confined but more widespread now and no one race or person will feel left out or sidelined as the modern technology devices can highlight their plight loud and clear and direct to the leadership.

Given such background, Kit Siang is indeed ‘killing himself’ if he thinks the Chinese community still needs his voice in parliament by contesting Gelang Patah.

Miscalculation is always the weakness of leaders who are too ego to admit they may be wrong despite being experienced and exposed.

The lack of deep analysis on today’s technology to relay one’s grievances and make them stand out to be heard has Kit Siang in a fixed.

To opt out would be shameful and he is already in the ring waiting for the bell to ring to start the fight.

And he is not alone as his counterpart Anwar Ibrahim is also in a shaky position in Permatang Pauh, Penang.

Anwar felt the ground shaking but he has no choice because there is no place for him to contest with more and more of his party supporters leaving.

Anwar’s calculation that Permatang Pauh is still with him is just an imagination of yesterday’s scene and the current situation has overtaken yesterday’s events

Karier Politik Chua Dibunuh Di Segamat

Tindakan Pakatan Rakyat meletakkan Datuk Chua Jui Meng di kawasan Parlimen Segamat hanyalah sebagai tindakan belas kasihan selepas Pengerusi PKR Johor itu merajuk apabila kerusi yang diidamkannya iaitu  Gelang Patah dirampas DAP dengan meletakkan Lim Kit Siang.
Malah beliau juga selepas pengumuman Kit Siang bertanding di Gelang Patah dibuat Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim turut meghilangkan diri selepas bertikam lidah dengan Pengerusi DAP Dr Boo Cheng Hau berebut Gelang Patah. Amat menyedihkan apabila Jui Meng juga mengeluarkan kenyataan secara terbuka beliau tidak lagi “memiliki rumah” selepas segala usahanya di Gelang Patah dicantas begitu sahaja oleh Kit Siang.
Atas dasar itulah PR memberikan kerusi Segamat untuk ditandinginya, bukan kerusi Gelang Patah mahupun Bakri yang pernah diwakilinya sejak lima penggal sebelum menyertai PR. Umum menyedari Jui Meng meninggalkan MCA selepas kedudukannya sebagai Naib Presiden dicabar dalam pemilihan parti yang menyaksikan beliau gugur.
Meletakkan Jui Meng di Segamat juga tidak menjanjikan kemenangan untuk PR kerana kawasan Dr S Subramaniam itu merupakan kubu kuat Barisan nasional (BN) dan banyak pihak melihat tindakan PR meletakkan Jui Meng di Segamat adalah untuk menamatkan karier politiknya.
Perkara itu turut disahkan Ketua Pemuda MCA Bahagian Bakri, Lee Ching Yong yang berkata, strategi meletakkan Datuk Chua Jui Meng sebagai calon di Parlimen Segamat dan bukan Gelang patah pada hakikatnya hanya mahu membunuh karier politiknya.
Lebih mengejutkan Jui Meng juga tidak kisah sekiranya kalah di Segamat dan hanya mahu bertanding kerana itu menunjukkan beliau hanya gilakan kedudukan dan pangkat. Beliau juga berkata PRU13 adalah medan terakhirnya dalam politik. Apa yang boleh dilaksanakan pemimpin pembangkang yang umum mengetahui akan bersara? Kosong! itulah perumpamaan paling tepat. Malaha, beliau juga dilihat sambil lewa dalam menerima kerusi berkenaan.
Jika beginilah sikap beliau, tidak seharusnya pengundi Segamat memilih beliau yang tamak kuasa dan kedudukan. Taktik Chua Jui Meng merajuk dan memekak berjaya juga akhirnya apabila beliau dicalonkan oleh Pakatan Rakyat untuk Parlimen Segamat.  Ini juga membuktikan Pakatan Rakyat dipenuhi pemimpin yang hanya pentingkan diri sendiri seperti Chua Jui Meng.
Kenyataan beliau bahawa beliau tidak kisah samada menang atau kalah di Segamat jelas menunjukkan sikap beliau yang hanya mahukan kerusi dan jawatan sehingga sanggup timbulkan pertelingkahan bersama DAP.

Mimpi Ngeri Pas Kelantan

PRU-13 kali ini ternyata BN Kelantan begitu serius untuk merealisasikan hasrat menawan kembali negeri ini apabila menampilkan barisan calon paling mantap dan terbaik bagi merebut 14 kerusi Parlimen dan 45 kerusi DUN.
Daripada 59 orang calon itu, 26 daripadanya adalah muka baru termasuk tiga untuk merebut kerusi Parlimen dan 23 orang lagi pemimpin pelapis ini akan berentap di kerusi DUN.
Ia menggabungkan muka baru dan pemimpin berpengalaman, terdiri daripada golongan professional, ulama dan pemimpin veteran yang rata-ratanya memiliki pengaruh tersendiri di kalangan masyarakat.
Gabungan ideal yang wujud atas kesedaran untuk satu proses hijrah ini menepati inspirasi rakyat Kelantan yang semakin hari telah membulatkan tekad untuk beralih arah sebagai hukuman lantaran kegagalan PAS mengurus tadbir negeri ini semenjak 23 tahun lalu.
Paling penting gandingan mantap melibatkan para pengalima UMNO seperti Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, Datuk Awang Adek Husin, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah dan Tan Sri Annuar Musa pastinya akan memberi nilai tambah dalam mencorakkan sokongan untuk BN kelak.
Kesediaan mereka berganding bahu pastinya mengingatkan rakyat negeri ini dengan PRK DUN Galas yang mana ia terbukti menghasilkan sokongan padu yang membolehkan BN merampas kembali DUN tersebut dari PAS.
Berdasarkan trend semasa dan laporan risikan pelbagai sumber, BN diyakini berupaya menumbangkan PAS dalam PRU-13 ini apabila terus memperkukuhkan penguasaannya di 25 kerusi DUN serta semakin mantap sokongannya di 9 kerusi Parlimen.
Sementara PAS pula tika ini masih terkonteng-konteng berusaha memperbaiki kubunya yang terjejas di 17 kerusi DUN dan 5 kerusi Parlimen selain masih gagal dalam usahanya untuk merapatkan semula jurang sokongan di baki 3 kerusi DUN yang disifatkan kelabu hitam oleh BN.
Tidak syak lagi, dilihat pada senario hari ini tambahan pula dengan gabungan mantap pemimpin BN dalam PRU-13 ini, diadun pula dengan dukungan pemimpin setempat dan kebangkitan Gelombang Merah, nescaya PRU kali ini mimpi ngeri PAS Kelantan akan menjadi kenyataan.

Financial Times, A Malaysian Story: The Tale of Anwar Ibrahim from his Own Imagination

Financial Times had had a story about Malaysia, just recently, written by Simon Kuper, a sports columnist, following an interview with Anwar Ibrahim at a luxurious Hotel Bristol, Paris, France.  A Judaism, some of Kuper’s writings, among others, have also been published in the Jewish Chronicle.

Now, why would a sports columnist, interviewed a Malaysian opposition politician, is a mystery in itself.   And why would a compulsive, almost neurotic, politician would go to Paris when the election is in full swing is another mystery, not to mention how he could afford such expensive travel.

The interview began with a line from a 1960’s song sung by Anwar, that if we didn’t know any better, would have thought that Kuper was actually interviewing a singer.  But for those who know Anwar well, ‘an actor’ would be a better description of him.

Kuper didn’t ask Anwar about our ‘sepak-takraw’ or ‘silat’ or whatever sports we have here in Malaysia, but instead, he brought to the readers the Tale of a Forever Malaysian Prime Minister Wannabe.

To Kuper, Anwar made it sound like he was a victim of tyranny who was thrown down the dungeon of Alcatraz. ‘Solitary confinement’ was his exact words of being locked up in Malaysian jail for 6 years for sodomy and corruption charges.   ‘Singing’ was his only escape and that was why he began the interview with a song, so he said.

Of course, Anwar denied the charges even though all the 3 judges in the Court of Appeal made it clear that they believed he was guilty as charged but had to let him go due to the fact that the still-traumatized-and-scared victim had the dates confused as the crimes happened years ago.  Bear in mind that Anwar was before then, the Deputy Prime Minister cum Home Minister whereby all the police and authorities were under his control.

I guess Kuper must have missed Anwar’s writings and letters and messages that he sent out to the world every now and then from that ‘solitary confinement’.  Malaysian government had to deal with all sorts of pressure from the west who believed or decided to believe Anwar’s cry of innocence.  Even so, his voice was never blocked and he was free to say anything and claim anything he liked.

Obviously, Anwar had left out the fact that he got a ‘first class cell’ with an ‘on-call beautiful male masseuse’ to ensure of his ‘health’ while in ‘confinement’ – thanks to the generosity of his enemies who put him there.

Anwar portrayed himself to be a man of wisdom, unprejudiced and intelligent by telling Kuper how he became a big reader in jail and read the Bible, Lao Tse, Shakespeares and God knows what.

Apart from these interesting ‘details’ other political journalists would find the overall content of the interview as predictably classic of Anwar Ibrahim.   But not to a sports journalist like Kuper, of course.

The interview came out to be nothing but the same old stories where Anwar accused Malaysia as a ‘sham democracy’ and that ‘Malay supremacy is the major problem’.   Only this time, Anwar even went a little farther by claiming that all the prisoners in Malaysian prisons are tortured.   All the while painting a picture of Malaysia in Kuper’s head, as the most backward, uncivilized, undemocratic and corrupt country that is doomed to be in poverty and instability forever.

And it wouldn’t be Anwar Ibrahim to not include a suspense thriller drama of him being bugged or could be murdered at any time while back home.

Of course, Anwar too, left out the fact that he has been in every kampung and city in Malaysia, in and out of the country like nobody’s business, all year round.  He even took a trip on the train just to feel how it’s like to be a Prime Minister on one of a ‘get-close-to-the-people’ program.   And during all those trips and visits and talks, no attempt whatsoever was ever made to even trip him over, what more to murder him.   Still, Anwar lives in this dream of being the world-most-influential figure.  Sometimes, whenever he feels like it, he would have numbers of bodyguards around to show off.

Malaysia is nothing like Anwar described.  This country has always been the most peaceful country, an envy of its neighbors and an example for all multiracial countries.  The economy has been good and the people are happy with the transformations introduced by the Prime Minister.

So, just in case Kuper hasn’t realized, Anwar is sick.  The way he quoted the names ‘Shah’, ‘Putin’ and at many other times, ‘Ghandi’ ‘Mandela’ and ‘Suu Kyii’ in his talks back home, is a vivid proof of his delusional.   He somehow thinks that he fits to be in the same league with these legends.

Lately, quite a number of western medias have finally come to realize the fact of Anwar’s instability.  Once he is referred to as ‘the chameleon’ for the many characters that he plays.  Because of that, todate, we can list out at least a hundred of his closest acquaintances who had chosen to abandon him and confessed of being misled and manipulated by his stories and acts.    They are his lawyers, his assistants, his close friends and his hard-core supporters.

Anwar told Kuper that he came from an ordinary family where everything was innocent and pure.  He called his non-Malay neighbours ‘auntie’ and ‘uncle’, before he ran into an Islamic student association, then straight to UMNO.

Well, for Kuper’s information, everybody in Malaysia called their elderly non-Malay neighbors or strangers ‘uncle’ and ‘auntie’.  It’s just our culture and there’s nothing significant about it.

In fact, it was Anwar who introduced racism among the Malay community back when he was the Minister of Education.  He was the one who introduced the wearing of ‘baju kurung’, a Malay traditional dress as school uniform and then, head-covers for the girls just to emphasize the importance of differentiating the Muslims and non-Muslims.   Up till today, we can still find his prejudice remarks back in the early 80s, towards the Chinese on Youtube.  In fact, he was actually ‘invited’ to join UMNO specifically to balance up the extreme Islamic and racist force of PAS at the time.

Anwar had also condemned the Affirmative Action saying that it only helps the rich to get richer and those are, the people in UMNO.

If only Kuper did some homework before meeting Anwar, he would be able to ask Anwar about how the affirmative action had benefited his father, brothers and sisters and friends including his many sleeping partners and made them filthy rich in no time at all when he was the Minister of Finance.  If affirmative action was a bad policy that led to corruption, nepotisme and cronisme, then it was Anwar who made it so.

Malaysians don’t refer to Anwar as the ‘Father of Money Politics’ for no reason, you know.

And if Kuper did some homework, he would also know that the Oppositions in Malaysia had won 4 states in the last election, which was the worst ever performance of National Coalition (BN).  And that BN had never won back Kelantan, since 20 years ago.

If BN is as corrupt and is in full control over the media, the judiciary system, the police and everything else, could it be such thing as ‘the worst performance’ for the party?  And if so, do you really think that Anwar would be acquitted at all?  Or better yet, why would BN let him live?  Why is he not murdered yet after 15 years of dedicating his life to disturb, irritate, annoy and creating all sorts of trouble for the BN government?

If BN is as cruel and powerful, why not just ‘finished him off’ back in 1998?

Anyway, we understand that as a sports journalist, Kuper might not be able to ask such questions as he is obviously new in politics.  But I’m sure in a few years time, like everybody else, Kuper too, would to realize that he had actually interviewed a very sick, delusional man.

Mukhriz Di Hantar Menggempur Kubu Kuat Pas

Dato’ Mukhriz Mahathir adalah sebuah nama yang begitu sinonim dengan rakyat Kedah, terutama di pelusuk-pelusuk kampung.  Bagaimanapun, nama bapanya, nampaknya telah berlaku tidak adil kepadanya kerana walau sekuat manapun beliau bekerja, beliau tetap dituduh sebagai menumpang nama bapa.  Walaupun beliau merangkak dan menapak dari bawah, beliau tetap dituduh naik lif terus ke atas.
Ini berlaku bukan sahaja dalam politik, tetapi dalam apa jua yang dilakukannya, seperti berniaga.
Tidak adil juga jika kita berkata bahawa nama bapanya tidak memainkan peranan langsung, tetapi itulah lumrah dunia di mana ‘nama’ memain peranan penting untuk menarik minat dan kepercayaan orang ramai, terutamanya dalam bidang perniagaan.  Namun, itu tidak bermakna beliau menyalahgunakan pengaruh itu, kerana terbukti beliau seorang yang arif tentang selok-belok berniaga dan bukannya berjaya tanpa berusaha.  Beliau juga pernah jatuh, bangun dan berhadapan dengan risiko, gagal serta bangun kembali.
Oleh kerana pengalaman yang luas dan ‘berpeluang’ menghadapi sendiri apa yang dikatakan persaingan di alam perniagaan sehingga dikategorikan sebagai antara tokoh yang paling berjaya, maka Dato’ Mukhriz pastinya cukup memahami jerih perih rakyat biasa.
Benarlah kata orang bijaksana, iaitu “ahli politik yang paling berkesan ialah ahli politik yang telah pun berjaya dalam bidang lain”.
Walaupun Dato’ Mukhriz telah mengukir namanya sendiri dalam persada negara, namun beliau tidak pernah mengabaikan kawasannya.  Bukan sekali dua beliau bermalam di kampung-kampung rumah pemimpin cawangan malah berkali-kali.  Beliau juga tidak kekok turun ke hutan dan meranduk selut untuk menghayati kehidupan orang kampung sekali gus memahami masalah mereka dan menyelesaikannya.  Ini melenyapkan terus tuduhan bahawa beliau membawa imej ‘elit’ dan tidak sesuai dengan ‘keperibadian’ negeri Kedah.
Apa yang menarik ialah, segala kerja kuatnya ini jarang sekali dilaporkan atau diketahui oleh sesiapa melainkan orang-orang kampung jua.  Oleh yang demikian, walaupun terdapat cakap-cakap negatif mengenai beliau di peringkat kepimpinan bawahan di Kedah, rakyat Kedah sendiri secara amnya, menadah tangan bersyukur dengan pencalonan Dato’ Mukhriz di DUN dan bukan Parlimen.
Pendek kata, berita tersebut diterima rakyat Kedah sebagai doa yang telah dimakbulkan.  Ia juga turut membuktikan bahawa Dato’ Seri Najib benar-benar mendengar suara rakyat walaupun terdapat usaha yang cukup giat dari beberapa pihak untuk menyekatnya.
Namun, satu perkara yang membuatkan rakyat Kedah agak ‘cuak’ ialah kawasan yang bakal ditandingi Dato’ Mukhriz dikatakan sebagai sebuah kubu PAS, iaitu DUN Ayer Hitam.
Pada tahun 2008, Dato’ Mukhriz telah memenangi kerusi Jerlun dengan majoriti 2,205 manakala DUN Ayer Hitam yang berada di dalam Parlimen Jerlun dimenangi oleh Abdul Ghani Ahmad dari PAS dengan majoriti tipis iaitu 506 undi.  Dalam PRU 2004, DUN Ayer Hitam telah dimenangi oleh Othman Aziz dari BN dengan majoriti 860 undi.  Jumlah pengundi DUN ini dalam PRU tersebut ialah 24,939.
Justeru, untuk menyatakan kawasan ini sebagai kubu kuat PAS mungkin masih boleh diperdebatkan.  Pastinya ada sebab musabab tertentu yang menyebabkan rakyat di DUN Ayer Hitam menukar pilihan mereka dari BN pada 2004 kepada PAS pada 2008.
Berdasarkan fakta di atas, maka tidak mustahil rakyat DUN Ayer Hitam akan menukar kembali ke BN pada tahun 2013 ini, atas faktor Dato’ Mukhriz.
Secara umumnya, harapan rakyat Kedah terhadap Dato’ Mukhriz amatlah tinggi dan sekiranya rakyat di DUN Ayer Hitam tidak membuat pilihan yang tepat, maka mereka pasti dianggap sebagai menghancurkan hati keseluruhan rakyat negeri itu.
Kedah memerlukan suntikan semangat baru untuk keluar dari kepompong ‘selesa’ serta bangun memajukan diri selaras dengan pengiktirafan ibunegerinya, Alor Setar sebagai sebuah bandaraya lama dahulu.  Selama ini, ‘Bandaraya’ Alor Setar adalah bandar yang ‘mati’, tiada aktiviti.  Semenjak diambil-alih oleh PAS pula, yang hidup hanyalah pusat-pusat karaoke sahaja, sementara peluang pekerjaan lain masih tiada.
Kedah dikatakan hanya selangkah sahaja ke hadapan dari Kelantan dari segi mentaliti dan sosial.  Dari segi ekonomi juga, Kedah baru saja menjunam ke bawah akibat ketidakcekapan kerajaan PAS.
Dalam pada itu, tidak keterlaluan jika dikatakan bahawa cabaran untuk membangunkan Kedah dari segi ekonomi harus bermula dengan memajukan mentaliti rakyatnya terlebih dahulu.
Hari ini, pusat-pusat pelancongan yang berpotensi di Kedah masih tidak mampu menepati namanya sendiri sebagai ‘pusat pelancongan bertaraf antarabangsa’.  Antaranya, Arus Deras Sedim, Pantai Merdeka, Kuala Kedah dan berbagai-bagai lagi.    Hotel-hotel dan resort yang ada di Kedah juga dikatakan masih belum mampu menyaingi taraf profesionalisme hotel-hotel di kawasan pelancongan negeri lain seperti Melaka, Kuantan dan sebagainya.  Semua ini berkait rapat dengan ‘mentaliti’.
Satu-satunya kawasan yang tampak ‘bertenaga’ di Kedah ialah Langkawi.
Dari segi pelaburan pula, Kedah turut menjunam selepas diambil alih oleh PAS.  Menteri Besar Kedah yang ada kini, langsung tidak pernah membuat pertemuan dengan para pelabur sedia ada mahupun terlibat dalam misi-misi pelaburan negeri.
Oleh itu, dengan ketokohan Dato’ Mukhriz sebagai usahawan berjaya, kita pasti ‘menjana ekonomi’ bukanlah cabaran besar baginya, tetapi ia mungkin menjadi sukar sedikit kerana perlu terlebih dahulu menangani cabaran ‘mentaliti’ orang-orang sekelilingnya dan rakyat Kedah sendiri.
Kedah amat memerlukan Dato’ Mukhriz untuk memulihkan kembali segala kemusnahan dan kerosakan yang dilakukan oleh PAS.  Sesungguhnya, kemusnahan dan kerosakan yang dilakukan oleh parti itu selama sepenggal, bukanlah sedikit.
Dan jika PAS masih terus kekal memerintah di Kedah selepas PRU ini, maka Kedah pasti akan kembali ke 20 tahun ke belakang, sehingga memerlukan berpuluh tahun lagi untuk pulih sepertimana di bawah BN sebelum ini.
Hari ini, rakyat Kedah seolah-olah meletakkan semua harapan terhadap Dato’ Mukhriz ke atas bahu pengundi di DUN Ayer Hitam.  Harapan yang sama juga diletakkan ke atas bahu pemimpin-pemimpin BN, jentera parti, termasuk mereka yang tidak tersenarai sebagai calon, untuk membantu ‘meletakkan yang hak ditempatnya’ demi kebaikan semua.

Senarai Penuh Calon BN Seluruh Malaysia

Berikut senarai penuh calon-calon Barisan Nasional (BN) di semua kerusi DUN dan Parlimen seluruh Malaysia.



P 001 Padang Besar - Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin
P 002 Kangar - Shaharuddin Ismail
P 003 Arau - Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim


N1 Titi Tinggi - Khor Hock Kong
N2 Beseri - Mat Rawi Kassim
N3 Chuping - Asmaiza Ahmad
N4 Mata Ayer - Khairi Hassan
N5 Santan - Sabry Ahmad
N6 Bintong - Rela Ahmad
N7 Sena - Abdul Jamil Saad
N8 Indera Kayangan - Dr Por Choo Chor
N9 Kuala Perlis - Mat Hassan
N10 Kayang - Ahmad Bakri Ali
N11 Pauh - Azlan Man
N12 Tambun - Tulang Datuk Ismail Kassim
N13 Guar Sanji - Jafperi Osman
N14 Simpang Ampat - Nurulhisham Yaakob
N15 Sanglang - Ustaz Fathul Bari Mat Jahaya


P 004 Langkawi - Datuk Nawawi Ahmad
P 005 Jerlun - Datuk Othman Aziz
P 006 Kubang Pasu - Datuk Johari Baharom
P 007 Padang Terap - Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid
P 008 Pokok Sena - Datuk Sahlan Ismail
P 009 Alor Setar - Datuk Seri Chor Chee Heung
P 010 Kuala Kedah - Dr Zaki Zamani Abdul Rashid
P 011 Pendang - Datuk Othman Abdul
P 012 Jerai - Datuk Seri Jamil Khir
P 013 Sik - Dr Mansor Abdul Rahman
P 014 Merbok - Prof Dr Ismail Daud
P 015 Sungai Petani - Shamsul Anuar Ismail
P 016 Baling - Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim
P 017 Padang Serai - Datuk Heng Seai Kie
P 018 Kulim-Bandar Baharu - Datuk Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir

N1 Ayer Hangat - Mohd Rawi Abdul Hamid
N2 Kuah - Nor Saidi Nayan
N3 Kota Siputeh - Datuk Abu Hassan Sharif
N4 Ayer Hitam - Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir
N5 Bukit Kayu Hitam - Datuk Ahmad Zaini Jaafar
N6 Jitra - Aminuddin Omar
N7 Kuala Nerang - Badrol Hisham Hashim
N8 Pedu - Kama Noriah Ibrahim
N9 Bukit Lada - Datuk Ahmad Lebai Sudin
N10 Bukit Pinang - Mokhtar Mohd Nor
N11 Derga - Dr Cheah Soon Hai
N12 Bakar Bata - Datuk Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah
N13 Kota Darul Aman - Loh Gim Hui
N14 Alor Mengkudu - Sharifah Maznah Syed Kassim Barakbah
N15 Anak Bukit - Datuk Hashim Yahya
N16 Kubang Rotan - Datuk Latt Shariman Abdullah
N17 Pengkalan Kundor - Noor Hasita Mat Isa
N18 Tokai - Najmudin Darus
N19 Sungai Tiang - Datuk Suraya Yaacob
N20 Sungai Limau - Mohd Fazilah Mohd Ali
N21 Guar Chempedak - Datuk Dr Ku Abdul Rahman Ismail
N22 Gurun - Dr Leong Yong Kong
N23 Belantek - Datuk Mohd Tajudin Abdullah
N24 Jeneri - Mahadzir Abdul Hamid
N25 Bukit Selambau - M L Maran
N26 Tanjung Dawai - Datuk Tajul Urus Mat Zain
N27 Pantai Merdeka - Ali Yahya
N28 Bakar Arang - Lee Yean Wang
N29 Sidam - Bee Sieong Heng
N30 Bayu - Datuk Azmi Che Husain
N31 Kupang - Harun Abdul Aziz
N32 Kuala Ketil - Mohd Khairul Abdullah
N33 Merbau Pulas - Datuk Marlia Abdul Latif
N34 Lunas - S Ananthan
N35 Kulim - Chua Thiong Gee
N36 Bandar Baharu - Nor Sabrina Mohd Noor


P 019 Tumpat - Mansor Salleh
P 020 Pengkalan Chepa - Datuk Dali Husin
P 021 Kota Bharu - Datuk Mohamad Fatmi Che Salleh
P 022 Pasir Mas - Che Johan Che Pa
P 023 Rantau Panjang - Ghazali Ismail
P 024 Kubang Kerian - Anuar Safian
P 025 Bachok - Datuk Awang Adek Husin
P 026 Ketereh - Tan Sri Annuar Musa
P 027 Tanah Merah - Datuk Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz
P 028 Pasir Puteh - Tuan Mustaffa Tuan Mat
P 029 Machang - Datuk Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub
P 030 Jeli - Datuk Seri Mustapha Mohamed
P 031 Kuala Krai - Tuan Aziz Tuan Hamat@Tuan Mat
P 032 Gua Musang - Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah

N1 Pengkalan Kubor - Datuk Noor Zahidi Omar
N2 Kelaboran - Wan Hanapi Wan Yaacob
N3 Pasir Pekan - Nik Noriza Nik Salleh
N4 Wakaf Bharu - Datuk Mohd Rosdi Abdul Aziz
N5 Kijang - Zaluzi Sulaiman
N6 Chempaka - Wan Razman Wan Abd Razak
N7 Panchor - Che Rosli Hassan
N8 Tanjong Mas - Kanidy Omar
N9 Kota Lama - Tan Ken Ten
N10 Bunut Payong - Mohd Fakhrurazi Abdul Rahim
N11 Tendong - Datuk Hanafi Mamat
N12 Pengkalan Pasir - Tuan Anuwa Tuan Mat
N13 Chetok - Aimi Jusoh
N14 Meranti - Mohd Afandi Yusoff
N15 Gual Periok - Shaari Mat Husain
N16 Bukit Tuku - Mohd Zain Ismail
N17 Salor - Datuk Mohamad Nordin Awang
N18 Pasir Tumboh - Mohd Shamsul Mohd Yusoff
N19 Demit - Wan Mohd Nazi Wan Hamat
N20 Tawang - Mohd Zain Yasim
N21 Perupok - Datuk Mohd Zaidi Sidek
N22 Jelawat - Datuk Ilias Husain
N23 Melor - Mohd Othman Omar
N24 Kadok - Mohamad Basri Awang
N25 Kok Lanas - Datuk Md Alwi Che Ahmad
N26 Bukit Panau - Baharudin Yusof
N27 Gual Ipoh - Bakri @ Mohd Bakri Mustapha
N28 Kemahang - Dayang Saniah Awang Hamid
N29 Selising - Zulkifli Ali
N30 Limbongan - Mohd Rujhan Salleh
N31 Semerak - Zawawi Othman
N32 Gaal - Redzuan Stapha
N33 Pulai Chondong - Halim @ Ab Halim Ismail
N34 Temangan - Azemi Mat Zin
N35 Kemuning - Eriandi Ismail
N36 Bukit Bunga - Mohd Adhan Kechik
N37 Air Lanas - Datuk Seri Mustapha Mohamed
N38 Kuala Balah - Datuk Abdul Aziz Derashid
N39 Mengkebang - Azizzuddin Hussein
N40 Guchil - Datuk Nik Sapeia Nik Yusof
N41 Manek Urai - Che Jalal Muda
N42 Dabong - Datuk Ramzi Ab Rahman
N43 Nenggiri - Mat Yusoff Abdul Ghani
N44 Paloh - Datuk Nozula Mat Diah
N45 Galas - Ab Aziz Yusoff


P 033 Besut - Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh
P 034 Setiu - Mohd Zulkifli Jusoh
P 035 Kuala Nerus - Datuk Mohamed Nasir Ibrahim Fikri
P 036 Kuala Terengganu - Mohd Zubir Embong
P 037 Marang - Datuk Yahya Khatib Mohamed
P 038 Hulu Terengganu - Jailani Johari
P 039 Dungun - Datuk Rosli Mat Hassan
P 040 Kemaman - Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek

N1 Kuala Besut - Dr A Rahman Mokhtar
N2 Kota Putera - Mohd Mahdi Musa
N3 Jertih - Muhammad Pehimi Yusof
N4 Hulu Besut - Nawi Mohamad
N5 Jabi - Mohd Iskandar Jaafar
N6 Permaisuri - Datuk Mohd Jidin Shafie
N7 Langkap - Sabri Mohd Nor
N8 Batu Rakit - Bazlan Abdul Rahman
N9 Tepuh - Muhammad Ramli Nuh
N10 Teluk Pasu - Datuk Abdul Rahin Mohd Said
N11 Seberang Takir - Datuk Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman
N12 Bukit Tunggal - Ismail Nik
N13 Wakaf Mempelam - Wan Mahyuddin Wan Ngah
N14 Bandar - Datuk Toh Chin Yaw
N15 Ladang - Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh
N16 Batu Buruk - Datuk Che Mat Jusoh
N17 Alur Limbat - Alias Abdullah
N18 Bukit Payung - Zaidi Muda
N19 Ru Rendang - Nik Dir Nik Wan Ku
N20 Pengkalan Berangan - Abdul Latiff Awang
N21 Telemong - Rozi Mamat
N22 Manir - Yusoff Awang Hitam
N23 Kuala Berang - Datuk Tengku Putera Tengku Awang
N24 Ajil - Razali Taib
N25 Bukit Besi - Rosli Daud
N26 Rantau Abang - Datuk Za'abar Mohamed Adib
N27 Sura - Zakariah Ali
N28 Paka - Datuk Matulidi Jusoh
N29 Kemasik - Rosli Othman
N30 Kijal - Datuk Seri Ahmad Said
N31 Cukai - Datuk Wan Ahmad Nizam Wan Abdul Hamid
N32 Air Putih - Wan Abdul Hakim Wan Mokhtar


P 041 Kepala Batas - Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican
P 042 Tasek Gelugor - Shabudin Yahya
P 043 Bagan - Chua Teik Siang
P 044 Permatang Pauh - Dr Mazlan Ismail
P 045 Bukit Mertajam - Gui Guat Lye
P 046 Batu Kawan - N Gobalakrishnan
P 047 Nibong Tebal - Datuk Zainal Abidin Osman
P 048 Bukit Bendera - Teh Leong Meng
P 049 Tanjong - Ng Song Kheng
P 050 Jelutong - Ng Fook On
P 051 Bukit Gelugor - Teh Beng Yeam
P 052 Bayan Baru - Tang Heap Seng
P 053 Balik Pulau - Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya

N1 Penaga - Mohd Zain Ahmad
N2 Bertam - Shaiful Azhar Othman
N3 Pinang Tunggal - Datuk Roslan Saidin
N4 Permatang Berangan - Omar Abdul Hamid
N5 Sungai Dua - Muhamad Yusoff Mohd Noor
N6 Telok Ayer Tawar - Datuk Jahara Hamid
N7 Sungai Puyu - Sum Yoo Keong
N8 Bagan Jermal - Tan Chuan Hong
N9 Bagan Dalam - M Karuppanan
N10 Seberang Jaya - Datuk Mohammad Nasir Abdullah
N11 Permatang Pasir - Anuar Faisal Yahya
N12 Penanti - Ibrahim Ahmad
N13 Berapit - Lau Cheik Tuan
N14 Machang Bubuk - Tan Lok Heah
N15 Padang Lalang - Tan Teik Cheng
N16 Perai - L Krishnan
N17 Bukit Tengah - Teng Chang Yeow
N18 Bukit Tambun - Lai Chew Hock
N19 Jawi - Tan Cheng Liang
N20 Sungai Bakap - Mohd Foad Mat Isa
N21 Sungai Acheh - Datuk Mahmud Zakaria
N22 Tanjung Bunga - Datuk Seri Chia Kwang Chye
N23 Air Putih - Tan Ken Keong
N24 Kebun Bunga - Hng Chee Wey
N25 Pulau Tikus - Rowena Yam
N26 Padang Kota - Oh Tong Keong
N27 Pengkalan Kota - Loke Poh Chye
N28 Komtar - Loh Chye Teik
N29 Datuk Keramat - Ong Thean Lye
N30 Sungai Pinang - Dr Thor Tebing Gee
N31 Batu Lanchang - Lee Boon Ten
N32 Seri Delima - Low Joo Hiap
N33 Air Itam - Lok Jieh Sheng
N34 Paya Terubong - Koh Wan Leong
N35 Batu Uban - Goh Kheng Sneah
N36 Pantai Jerejak - Wong Mun Hoe
N37 Batu Maung - Mansor Musa
N38 Bayan Lepas - Nordin Ahmad
N39 Pulau Betong - Muhammad Farid Saad
N40 Teluk Bahang - Shah Headan Ayoob Hussain Shah


P 054 Gerik - Datuk Hasbullah Osman
P 055 Lenggong - Datuk Shamsul Anuar Nasarah
P 056 Larut - Datuk Hamzah Zainudin
P 057 Parit Buntar - Muaamar Ghadafi Jamal Jamaludin
P 058 Bagan Serai - Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali
P 059 Bukit Gantang - Datuk Ismail Safian
P 060 Taiping - Datuk Tan Lian Hoe
P 061 Padang Rengas - Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz
P 062 Sungai Siput - Datuk S.K Devamany
P 063 Tambun - Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah
P 064 Ipoh Timur - Kathleen Wong Mei Yin
P 065 Ipoh Barat - Dr Cheng Wei Yee
P 066 Batu Gajah - Loo Thin Tuck
P 067 Kuala Kangsar - Datuk Wan Mohammad Khairil Anuar Wan Ahmad
P 068 Beruas - Datuk Chang Ko Youn
P 069 Parit - Datuk Mohd Zaim Abu Hassan
P 070 Kampar - Datuk Lee Chee Leong
P 071 Gopeng - Datuk Tan Chin Meng
P 072 Tapah - Datuk M. Saravanan
P 073 Pasir Salak - Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman
P 074 Lumut - Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha
P 075 Bagan Datoh - Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
P 076 Teluk Intan - Datuk Mah Siew Keong
P 077 Tanjong Malim - Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan

N1 Pengkalan Hulu - Aznel Ibrahim
N2 Temenggor - Salbiah Mohamed
N3 Kenering - Datuk Mohd Tarmizi Idris
N4 Kota Tampan - Datuk Saarani Mohamad
N5 Selama - Datuk Mohamad Daud Mohd Yusoff
N6 Kubu Gajah - Ahmad Hasbullah Alias
N7 Batu Kurau - Dr Muhammad Amin Zakaria
N8 Titi Serong - Abu Bakar Mat Ali
N9 Kuala Kurau - Mohd Salleh Mat Disa
N10 Alor Pongsu - Datuk Sham Mat Sahat
N11 Gunong Semanggol - Zulkarnain Ismail
N12 Selinsing - Sharudin Ahmad
N13 Kuala Sapetang - Loh Swee Eng
N14 Changkat Jering - Datuk Rosli Husin
N15 Trong - Dr Zabri Abdul Wahid
N16 Kamunting - Datuk Mohammad Zahir Abdul Khalid
N17 Pokok Asam - Datuk Ho Cheng Wang
N18 Aulong - Soo Kay Peng
N19 Chenderoh - Zainun Mat Nor
N20 Lubok Merbau - Datuk Siti Salmah Mat Jusak
N21 Lintang - Datuk Zolkafly Harun
N22 Jalong - Liew Yew Aw
N23 Manjoi - Mohamad Ziad Mohamed
N24 Hulu Kinta - Datuk Aminuddin Md Hanafiah
N25 Canning - Ceylyn Tay Wei Lung
N26 Tebing Tinggi - Tony Khoo Boon Chu
N27 Pasir Pinji - Tong Fah Chong
N28 Bercham - Liew Huey Shan
N29 Kepayang - Chang Kok Aun
N30 Buntong - C Sivaraj
N31 Jelapang - S Mokan
N32 Menglembu - Loo Gar Yen
N33 Tronoh - Yip Sze Choy
N34 Bukit Chandan - Maslin Sham Razman
N35 Manong - Mohamad Kamil Shafie
N36 Pengkalan Baharu - Datuk Abd Manap Hashim
N37 Pantai Remis - Koh Ser Yun
N38 Belanja - Drs. Mohd Nizar Zakaria
N39 Bota - Datuk Nasaruddin Hashim
N40 Malim Nawar - Chang Gwo Chyang
N41 Keranji - Danial Wa Wai How
N42 Tualang Sekah - Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi
N43 Sungai Rapat - Datuk Hamidah Osman
N44 Simpang Pulai - Datuk Chang Kon You @ Chen Kwan Wu
N45 Teja - Yew Sau Kham
N46 Chenderiang - Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon
N47 Ayer Kuning - Datuk Samsudin Abu Hassan
N48 Sungai Manik - Datuk Zainol Fadzi Paharudin
N49 Kampong Gajah - Abdullah Fauzi Ahmad Razali
N50 Sitiawan - Ting Tai Fook
N51 Pasir Panjang - Rashidi Ibrahim
N52 Pangkor - Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir
N53 Rungkup - Datuk Shahrul Zaman Yahya
N54 Hutan Melintang - R Supramaniam
N55 Pasir Bedamar - Datuk M Kayveas
N56 Changkat Jong - Mohd Azhar Jamaluddin
N57 Sungkai - Goh Kim Swee
N58 Slim - Datuk Khusairi Abdul Talib
N59 Behrang - Datuk Rusnah Kassim


P 078 Cameron Highlands - Datuk G Palanivel
P 079 Lipis - Datuk Mohamad Shahrum Osman
P 080 Raub - Datuk Hoh Khai Mun
P 081 Jerantut - Ahmad Nazlan Idris
P 082 Indera Mahkota - Datuk Wan Adnan Wan Mamat
P 083 Kuantan - Datuk Suffian Awang
P 084 Paya Besar - Datuk Abdul Manan Ismail
P 085 Pekan - Datuk Seri Najib Razak
P 086 Maran - Datuk Ismail Abd Muttalib
P 087 Kuala Krau - Datuk Ismail Mohamed Said
P 088 Temerloh - Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah
P 089 Bentong - Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai
P 090 Bera - Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob
P 091 Rompin - Datuk Seri Jamaluddin Jarjis

N1 Tanah Rata - Datuk Ho Yip Kap
N2 Jelai - Datuk Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail
N3 Padang - Tengku Datuk Abdul Rahman Mohamad
N4 Cheka - Wong Kong Hui
N5 Benta - Datuk Mohd. Soffi Abdul Razak
N6 Batu Talam - Datuk Abdul Aziz Kiram
N7 Tras - Wing Lay Hiang
N8 Dong - Datuk Shahiruddin Ab. Moin
N9 Tahan - Datuk Wan Amizan Wan Abdul Razak
N10 Damak - Datuk Lau Lee
N11 Pulau Tawar - Datuk Dr Ahmad Shukri Ismail
N12 Beserah - Datuk Mohd Hazmi Yusof
N13 Semambu - Datuk Pang Tsu Ming
N14 Teruntum - Datuk Chang Hong Seong
N15 Tanjong Lumpur - Datuk Tengku Zulkifli Tengku Ahmad
N16 Inderapura - Datuk Shafik Fauzan Sharif
N17 Sungai Lembing - Datuk Md. Sohaimi Mohamed Shah
N18 Lepar - Mohd. Shohaimi Jusoh
N19 Panching - Datuk Mohd Zaili Besar
N20 Pulau Manis - Khairuddin Mahmud
N21 Peramu Jaya - Datuk Sheikh Mohd Fauzi
N22 Bebar - Ibrahim Awang Ismail
N23 Chini - Datuk Abu Bakar Harun
N24 Luit - Nur Hidayah Muhamad Suhaimi
N25 Kuala Sentul - Datuk Shahaniza Shamsuddin
N26 Chenor - Mohd Ariffin Awang Ismail
N27 Jenderak - Datuk Mohamed Jaafar
N28 Kerdau - Syed Ibrahim Syed Ahmad
N29 Jengka - Wan Salman Wan Ismail
N30 Mentakab - Datuk Chuah Boon Seong
N31 Lanchang - Datuk Mohd Sharkar Shamsudin
N32 Kuala Semantan - Mohd Anuar Mat Yunus
N33 Bilut - Leong Kim Soon
N34 Ketari - Woong Choo Yak
N35 Sabai - R Goonasekaran
N36 Pelangai - Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob
N37 Guai - Norolazali Sulaiman Noorol Azali Sulaiman
N38 Triang - Tan Tin Loon
N39 Kemayan - Mohd Fadil Osman
N40 Bukit Ibam - Datuk Wan Kadri Wan Mahusin
N41 Muadzam Shah - Datuk Maznah Mazlan
N42 Tioman - Mohd Johari Hussain


P 092 Sabak Bernam - Mohd Fasiah Mohd Fakeh
P 093 Sungai Besar - Noriah Kasnon
P 094 Hulu Selangor - P Kamalanathan a/l P Panchanathan
P 095 Tanjong Karang - Datuk Seri Noh Omar
P 096 Kuala Selangor - Irmohizam Ibrahim
P 097 Selayang - Lim Siang Chai
P 098 Gombak - Rahman Ismail
P 099 Ampang - Rozaidah Talib
P 100 Pandan - Lim Chin Yee
P 101 Hulu Langat - Adzhaliza Mohd Nor
P 102 Serdang - Yap Pian Hon
P 103 Puchong - A Kohilan Pillay a/l G Appu
P 104 Kelana Jaya - Loh Seng Kok
P 105 Petaling Jaya Selatan - Sheah Kok Fah
P 106 Petaling Jaya Utara - Chew Hoong Ling
P 107 Subang - Pakas Rao a/l Applanaidoo
P 108 Shah Alam - Zulkifli Nordin
P 109 Kapar - Sakthivel a/l Alagappan
P 110 Klang - Teh Kim Poo
P 111 Kota Raja - Murugesan a/l Sinnandavar
P 112 Kuala Langat - Sharuddin Omar
P 113 Sepang - Mohd Zin Mohamed

N1 Sungai Air Tawar - Kamarol Zaki Abdul Malik
N2 Sabak - Abdul Halim Udin
N3 Sungai Panjang - Budiman Mohd Zohdi
N4 Sekinchan - Kek Seng Hooi
N5 Hulu Bernam - Rosni Sohar
N6 Kuala Kubu Baharu - Ooi Hui Wen @ Jessie Ooi
N7 Batang Kali - Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan
N8 Sungai Burong - Mohd Shamsudin Lias
N9 Permatang - Sulaiman Abdul Razak
N10 Bukit Melawati - Jakiran Jacomah
N11 Ijok - Parthiban a/l Karuppiah
N12 Jeram - Amiruddin Setro
N13 Kuang - Abdul Shukur Idrus
N14 Rawang - Lee Li Yew
N15 Taman Templer - Subahan Kamal
N16 Batu Caves - Rawisandran a/l Narayanan
N17 Gombak Setia - Said Anuar Said Ahmad
N18 Hulu Kelang - Abdul Rahim Pandak Kamarudin
N19 Bukit Antarabangsa - Mohamad Nadzim Ibrahim
N20 Lembah Jaya - Baderisham Jolly
N21 Chempaka - Muhammad Faizal Sufar
N22 Teratai - Liew Pok Boon
N23 Dusun Tua - Ismail Sani
N24 Semenyih - Johan Abd Aziz
N25 Kajang - Lee Ban Seng
N26 Bangi - Mohd Zaidi Md Zain @ Zakaria
N27 Balakong - Lai Kwong Choy
N28 Seri Kembangan - Chin Toong Kang
N29 Seri Serdang - Mohamad Yusof Mohamed Yassin
N30 Kinrara - Wong Hock Aun
N31 Subang Jaya - Gan Meng Foo
N32 Seri Setia - Tengku Rethwan Tengku Mansor
N33 Taman Medan - Ab Wahab Ibrahim
N34 Bukit Gasing - Juan Sei Chang
N35 Kampung Tunku - Chong Seng Foo
N36 Damansara Utama - Lim Choon Kin
N37 Bukit Lanjan - Chong Tuck Chiew
N38 Paya Jaras - Muhammad Bushro Mat Johor
N39 Kota Damansara - Halimaton Saadiah Bohan
N40 Kota Anggerik - Mohd Yusof Din
N41 Batu Tiga - Ahmad Nawawi M Zin
N42 Meru - Sukaiman Ahmad
N43 Sementa - Md Ghazali Md Amin
N44 Sungai Pinang - Lee Siew Chee
N45 Selat Kelang - Faisal Yahya
N46 Pelabuhan Klang - Nasarruddin M Zin
N47 Pandamaran - Ching Eu Boon
N48 Kota Alam Shah - Maglin Dennis Dcruz
N49 Seri Andalas - Mohan a/l Thangarasu
N50 Sri Muda - Mohd Abdul Raof Mokhtar
N51 Sijangkang - Zurihan Yusop
N52 Telok Datok - Tan Cheng Chai
N53 Morib - Hasiman Sidom
N54 Tanjong Sepat - Nisman Yusof
N55 Dengkil - Shahrum Mohd Sharif
N56 Sungai Pelek - Ng Chok Sin


P 114 Kepong - Datuk Chandrakumanan Arumugam
P 115 Batu - Dr Dominik Lau hoe Chai
P 116 Wangsa Maju - Datuk Dr. Shafei Abdullah
P 117 Segambut - Jayanthi Devi Balaguru
P 118 Setiawangsa - Datuk Ahmad Fauzi Zahari
P 119 Titiwangsa - Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani
P 120 Bukit Bintang - Frankie Gan Joon Zin
P 121 Lembah Pantai - Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin
P 122 Seputeh - Nicole Wong Siaw Ting
P 123 Cheras - Teoh Chee Hooi
P 124 Bandar Tun Razak - Tan Kok Eng


P 125 Putrajaya - Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor


P 166 Labuan - Rosman Isli


P 126 Jelebu - Zainuddin Ismail
P 127 Jempol - Tan Sri Mohd Isa Samad
P 128 Seremban - Datuk Dr Yeow Chai Thiam
P 129 Kuala Pilah - Datuk Hasan Malek
P 130 Rasah - Teo Eng Kian
P 131 Rembau - Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar
P 132 Telok Kemang - Datuk V S Morgan
P 133 Tampin - Datuk Seri Shaziman Mansor

N1 Chennah - Siow Foo Wen
N2 Pertang - Datuk Jalaluddin Alias
N3 Sungai Lui - Mohamad Razi Mohamad Ali
N4 Klawang - Datuk Yunus Rahmat
N5 Serting - Datuk Shamsulkahar Mohd Deli
N6 Palong - Datuk Lilah Yassin
N7 Jeram Padang - Manikam Lecthumanan
N8 Bahau - Yee Mee Faa
N9 Lenggeng - Datuk Ishak Ismail
N10 Nilai - Gan Chee Biow
N11 Lobak Titan - Hoh Kok Yew
N12 Temiang - Jason Lee Kee Chong
N13 Sikamat - Wan Salwati Abdullah
N14 Ampangan - Abu Ubaidah Redza
N15 Juasseh - Datuk Mohd Razi Kail
N16 Seri Menanti - Datuk Abdul Samad Ibrahim
N17 Senaling - Datuk Ismail Lasim
N18 Pilah - Datuk Norhayati Omar
N19 Johol - Mohd Fadil Abu Kasim
N20 Labu - Datuk Hasim Rusdi
N21 Bukit Kepayang - Wong Oi Foon
N22 Rahang - Julia Wong Pik Min
N23 Mambau - Datuk Yu Chok Tow
N24 Senawang - Shoong Vee Hing
N25 Paroi - Mohd Ghazali Abdul Wahid
N26 Chembong - Datuk Zaifulbahri Idris
N27 Rantau - Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan
N28 Kota - Datuk Dr Awaluddin Said
N29 Chuah - Lim Chin Fui
N30 Lukut - Vincent Yeong Seng Wong
N31 Bagan Pinang - Tun Hairuddin Abu Bakar
N32 Linggi - Abdul Rahman Redza
N33 Port Dickson - Thanaletchumi Palanisamy
N34 Gemas - Abdul Razak Said
N35 Gemencheh - Mohamad Isam Isa
N36 Repah - Yap Seong Fook


P 134 Masjid Tanah - Mas Ermieyanti Samsudin
P 135 Alor Gajah - Datuk Koh Nai Kwang
P 136 Tangga Batu - Datuk Dr Abu Bakar Md Diah
P 137 Bukit Katil - Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam
P 138 Kota Melaka - Dr Yee Kok Wah
P 139 Jasin - Datuk Ahmad Hamzah

N1 Kuala Linggi - Datuk Ismail Othman
N2 Tanjung Bidara - Datuk Ab Karim Sulaiman
N3 Ayer Limau - Amiruddin Yusof
N4 Lendu - Sulaiman Ali
N5 Taboh Naning - Datuk Latipah Omar
N6 Rembia - Datuk Norpipah Abdul
N7 Gadek - Datuk MS Mahadevan
N8 Machap - Datuk Lai Meng Chong
N9 Durian Tunggal - Datuk Ab Wahab Ab Latip
N10 Asahan - Datuk Wira Abd Ghafaar Atan
N11 Sungai Udang - Datuk Wira Idris Haron
N12 Pantai Kundor - Datuk Ab Rahaman Ab Karim
N13 Paya Rumput - Sazali Md Din
N14 Kelebang - Lim Bang Hon
N15 Bachang - Chua Lian Chai
N16 Ayer Keroh - Yong Koon Juan
N17 Bukit Baru - Karim Yaacob
N18 Ayer Molek - Datuk Md Yunos Husin
N19 Kesidang - Lim Eng Teck
N20 Kota Laksamana - Datuk Chiw Tiang Chai
N21 Duyong - Datuk Gan Tian Loo
N22 Bandar Hilir - Ronald Gan Yong Ho
N23 Telok Mas - Datuk Latiff Tamby Chik
N24 Bemban - Ng Choon Koon
N25 Rim - Datuk Ghazale Mohamad
N26 Serkam - Zaidi Attan
N27 Merlimau - Roslan Ahmad
N28 Sungai Rambai - Datuk Hassan Rahman


P 140 Segamat - Datuk S Subramaniam
P 141 Sekijang - Anuar Abdul Manap
P 142 Labis - Datuk Chua Tee Yong
P 143 Pagoh - Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin
P 144 Ledang - Hamim Samuri
P 145 Bakri - Chris Lee
P 146 Muar - Datuk Mohd Razali Ibrahim
P 147 Parit Sulong - Datuk Noraini Ahmad
P 148 Ayer Hitam - Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong
P 149 Sri Gading - Datuk Aziz Kaprawi
P 150 Batu Pahat - Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi
P 151 Simpang Renggam - Liang Teck Meng
P 152 Kluang - Dr Hou Kok Chung
P 153 Sembrong - Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein
P 154 Mersing - Datuk Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad
P 155 Tenggara - Datuk Halimah Mohd Sadique
P 156 Kota Tinggi - Datuk Noor Ehsannuddin Mohd Harun Narrashid
P 157 Pengerang - Datuk Seri Azalina Othman
P 158 Tebrau - Koo Soo Siong
P 159 Pasir Gudang - Normala Abdul Samad
P 160 Johor Bharu - Tan Sri Shahrir Samad
P 161 Pulai - Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed
P 162 Gelang Patah - Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman
P 163 Kulai - (belum diumumkan)
P 164 Pontian - Datuk Ahmad Maslan
P 165 Tanjong Piai - (belum diumumkan)

N1 Buloh Kasap - Norshida Ibrahim
N2 Jementah - Dr Lee Hong Tee
N3 Pemanis - Lau Chin Hoon
N4 Kemelah - Datuk Ayub Rahmat
N5 Tenang - Azahar Ibrahim
N6 Bekok - Tan Chong
N7 Bukit Serampang - Ismail Mohamad
N8 Jorak - Datuk Dr Sharuddin Salleh
N9 Gambir - M Asojan
N10 Tangkak - Goh Tee Tee
N11 Serom - Abdul Razak Minhat
N12 Bentayan - Helen Fong
N13 Sungai Abong - Datuk Dr Haris Salleh
N14 Bukit Naning - Datuk Saipol Bahri Suib
N15 Maharani - Datuk Zulkhairi Ahmad
N16 Sungai Balang - Zaiton Ismail
N17 Semerah - Mohd Ismail Roslan
N18 Sri Medan - Datuk Zulkurnain Kamisan
N19 Yong Peng - Lim Kee Moi
N20 Semarang - Datuk Shamsul Bari Jamali
N21 Parit Yaani - Teo Yu Chuan
N22 Parit Raja - Datin Azizah Zakaria
N23 Penggaram - Dr King Ban Siang
N24 Senggarang - Aziz Ismail
N25 Rengit - Ayub Jamil
N26 Machap - Taib Abu Bakar
N27 Layang-layang - Abdul Mutalib Abd Rahim
N28 Mengkibol - Chai Kwee Yau
N29 Mahkota - Md Jais Sarday
N30 Paloh - Teoh Yap Koon
N31 Kahang - R Vidyanathan
N32 Endau - Abdul Latif Bandi
N33 Tenggaroh - K Raven
N34 Panti - Datuk Baderi Dasuki
N35 Pasir Raja - Datuk Dr Adham Baba
N36 Sedili - Rasman Ithnain
N37 Johor Lama - Asiah Md Ariff
N38 Penawar - Hamimah Mansor
N39 Tanjong Surat - Syed Sis Abdul Rahman
N40 Tiram - Datuk Maulizan Bujang
N41 Puteri Wangsa - M Soorianarayanan
N42 Johor Jaya - Tan Cher Puk
N43 Permas - Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin
N44 Tanjong - Puteri Datuk Adam Sumiru
N45 Stulang - Chong Chee Siong
N46 Pengkalan Rinting - Chan Mee Kiong
N47 Kempas - Tengku Putra Harun
N48 Skudai - Liang Ah Chai
N49 Nusa Jaya - Dr Zaini Abu Bakar
N50 Bukit Permai - Ali Mazat Salleh
N51 Bukit Batu - Chia Chin Liau
N52 Senai - (belum diumumkan)
N53 Benut - Datuk Hasni Mohamed
N54 Pulai Sebatang - Datuk Tee Seiw Kiong
N55 Pekan Nenas - (belum diumumkan)
N56 Kukup - Suhairi Salleh


P 167 Kudat - Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri
P 168 Kota Marudu - Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili
P 169 Kota Belud - Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan
P 170 Tuaran - Datuk Madius Tangau
P 171 Sepanggar - Datuk Jumat Idris
P 172 Kota Kinabalu - Chin Tek Ming
P 173 Putatan - Dr Makin@Marcus Mojigoh
P 174 Penampang - Tan Sri Bernard Giluk Dompok
P 175 Papar - Datuk Rosnah Abdul Shirlin
P 176 Kimanis - Datuk Seri Anifah Aman
P 177 Beaufort - Datuk Azizah Mohd Dun
P 178 Sipitang - Datuk Sapawi Ahmad
P 179 Ranau - Datuk Ewon Ebin
P 180 Keningau - Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan
P 181 Tenom - (belum diumumkan)
P 182 Pensiangan - Tan Sri Joseph Kurup
P 183 Beluran - Datuk Ronald Kiandee
P 184 Libaran - Datuk Juslie Ajirol
P 185 Batu Sapi - Datin Linda Tsen Thau Lin
P 186 Sandakan - Datuk Liew Vui Keong
P 187 Kinabatangan - Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin
P 188 Silam - Datuk Datu Nasrun Datu Mansur
P 189 Semporna - Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal
P 190 Tawau - Datuk Mary Yap Kain Ching
P 191 Kalabakan - Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh

N1 Banggi - Datuk Abdul Mijul Unaini
N2 Tanjong Kapor - Datuk Teo Chee Kang
N3 Pitas - Datuk Bolkiah Ismail
N4 Matunggong - Sarapin Magana
N5 Tandek - Anita Baranting
N6 Tempasuk - Datuk Musbah Jamli
N7 Kadamaian - Datuk Herbert Timbun Lagadan
N8 Usukan - Datuk Seri Mohd Salleh Said
N9 Tamparuli - Datuk Jahid Jahim
N10 Sulaman - Datuk Hajiji Noor
N11 Kiulu - Datuk Louis Rampas
N12 Karambunai - Datuk Jainab Ahmad
N13 Inanam - Datuk Johny Goh Chin Lok
N14 Likas - Chin Shu Ying
N15 Api-Api - Datuk Dr Yee Moh Chai
N16 Luyang - Datuk Shim Tshin Nyuk @ Agnes Shim
N17 Tanjong Aru - Datuk Edward Yong Oui Fah
N18 Petagas - Datuk Yahya Hussin
N19 Kapayan - Datuk Edward Khoo Keok Hai
N20 Moyog - Datuk Philip Benedict Lasimbang
N21 Kawang - Datuk Ghulam Haidar Khan
N22 Pantai Manis - Datuk Abdul Rahim Ismail
N23 Bongawan - Mohamad Alamin
N24 Membakut - Datuk Mohd Arifin Mohd Arif
N25 Klias - Isnin Aliasnih
N26 Kuala Penyu - Limus Jury
N27 Lumadan - Datuk Kamarlin Ombi
N28 Sindumin - Ahmad Bujang
N29 Kundasang - Datuk Dr Joachim Gunsalam
N30 Karanaan - Datuk Masidi Manjun
N31 Paginatan - Datuk Siringan Gubat
N32 Tambunan - Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan
N33 Bingkor - Kennedy Jie John @ Kenn
N34 Liawan - Datuk Sairin Karno
N35 Melalap - Datuk Radin Malleh
N36 Kemabong - Datuk Rubin Balang
N37 Sook - Datuk Ellron Angin
N38 Nabawan - Datuk Bobbey Ah Fang Suan
N39 Sugut - Datuk James Ratib
N40 Labuk - Datuk Michael Asang
N41 Gum-Gum - Datuk Zakarian Edris
N42 Sungai Sibuga - Datuk Seri Musa Aman
N43 Sekong - Datuk Samsuddin Yahya
N44 Karamunting - Charles Pang
N45 Elopura - Au Kam Wah
N46 Tanjong Papat - Datuk Raymond Tan Shu Kiah
N47 Kuamut - Masiung Banah
N48 Sukau - Datuk Saddi Abdul Rahman
N49 Tungku - Datuk Suhaili Said
N50 Lahad Datu - Datuk Mohd Yusof Apdal
N51 Kunak - Datuk Nilwan Kabang
N52 Sulabayan - Datuk Jaujan Sambakong
N53 Senallang - Datuk Nasir Sakaran
N54 Bugaya - Datuk Ramlee Marahaban
N55 Balung - Datuk Syed Abbas Syed Ali
N56 Apas - Datuk Tawfiq Abu Bakar Titingan
N57 Sri Tanjong - Fung Len Fui
N58 Merotai - Datuk Pang Yuk Ming
N59 Tanjong Batu - Datuk Hamisa Samat
N60 Sebatik - Datuk Muis Picho


P 192 Mas Gading - Nogeh Gumbek
P 193 Santubong - Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar
P 194 Petra Jaya - Datuk Fadillah Yusof
P 195 Bandar Kuching - Tan Kai (SUPP)
P 196 Stampin - Datuk Yong Khoon Seng
P 197 Kota Samarahan - Rubiah Wang
P 198 Mambong - Datuk James Dawos Mamit
P 199 Serian - Datuk Richard Riot Jaem (SUPP)
P 200 Batang Sadong - Nancy Shukri
P 201 Batang Lupar - Datuk Rohani Abd Karim
P 202 Sri Aman - Masir Kujat
P 203 Lubok Antu - William Nyalau Badak
P 204 Betong - Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah Embas
P 205 Saratok - Tan Sri William Mawan Ikom
P 206 Tanjong Manis - Datuk Norah Abdul Rahman
P 207 Igan - Datuk Abdul Wahab Dolah
P 208 Sarikei - Ding Kuong Hing
P 209 Julau - Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum
P 210 Kanowit - Aaron Ago Dagang
P 211 Lanang - Datuk Tiong Thai King
P 212 Sibu - Vincent Lau Lee Ming (SUPP)
P 213 Mukah - Datuk Seri Muhammad Leo Toyad
P 214 Selangau - Datuk Jospeh Entulu Belaun
P 215 Kapit - Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi
P 216 Hulu Rajang - Wilson Ugak Kumbong (PRS)
P 217 Bintulu - Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing
P 218 Sibuti - Ahmad Lai Bujang
P 219 Miri - Datuk Sebastian Ting (SUPP)
P 220 Baram - Anyie Ngau
P 221 Limbang - Hasbi Habibollah
P 222 Lawas - Datuk Henry Sum Agong