Ahli Dewan Rakyat, Parlimen Malaysia ke-2

Ahli Dewan Rakyat, Parlimen Malaysia Pertama (1959–64)
Ahli Dewan Rakyat, Parlimen Malaysia Ke-2 (1964–69)
Ahli Dewan Rakyat, Parlimen Malaysia Ke-3 (1969–74)

Berikut merupakan senarai ahli Dewan Rakyat bagi Parlimen Malaysia yang kedua yang dipilih pada Pilihan raya umum Malaysia 1964.[1]

KomposisiSunting

Parti Singkatan Jumlah Ahli Jumlah Ahli
1964 1969
Parti Perikatan Perikatan
- Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu UMNO 59 59
- Persatuan Cina Malaysia MCA 27 27
- Kongres India Malaysia MIC 3 3
Parti Islam Se-Malaysia PAS 9 9
Parti Demokratik Bersatu UDP 1 1
Parti Progresif Penduduk PPP 2 2
Parti Tindakan Demokratik DAP - 1
Barisan Sosialis Rakyat Malaya BS
- Parti Buruh Malaya Buruh 2 2
Bebas Bebas 0 0
Parti Tindakan Rakyat (Singapura) PETIR 14 13
Barisan Sosialis (Singapura) BS 3 3

Ahli yang terpilih mengikut negeriSunting

Kecuali dinyatakan, berikut merupakan ahli Dewan Rakyat yang berkhidmat di Parlimen dari 18 Mei 1964 hingga 20 Mac 1969.

PerlisSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti
Perikatan 2 (UMNO 2)
P001 Perlis Utara Othman Abdullah Perikatan (UMNO)
P002 Perlis Selatan Mokhtar Ismail Perikatan (UMNO)

KedahSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti
Perikatan 12 (UMNO 10 | MCA 2)
P003 Jitra-Padang Terap Fatimah Hashim Perikatan (UMNO)
P004 Kubang Pasu Barat Senu Abdul Rahman Perikatan (UMNO)
P005 Kota Star Utara Abdul Khalid Awang Osman Perikatan (UMNO)
P006 Alor Star Lim Pee Hung Perikatan (MCA)
P007 Kuala Kedah Tunku Abdul Rahman Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah Perikatan (UMNO)
P008 Kota Star Selatan Mahathir Mohamad Perikatan (UMNO)
P009 Kedah Tengah Khir Johari Perikatan (UMNO)
P010 Jerai Hanafiah Hussain Perikatan (UMNO)
P011 Baling Harun Abdullah Perikatan (UMNO)
P012 Sungei Patani Mohamed Zahir Ismail Perikatan (UMNO)
P013 Kulim Hanafi Mohd Yunus Perikatan (UMNO)
P014 Kulim-Bandar Bahru Tai Kuan Yang Perikatan (MCA)

KelantanSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti Catatan
PAS 8 | Perikatan 2 (UMNO 2)
P015 Tumpat Wan Hassan Wan Daud PAS
P016 Kelantan Hilir Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat PAS from 21 October 1967[N 1]
Ahmad Abdullah PAS until 30 August 1967
P017 Pasir Mas Hilir Muhammad Fakhruddin Abdullah PAS
P018 Kota Bharu Hilir Nik Ahmad Kamil Nik Mahmud Perikatan (UMNO)
P019 Bachok Abu Bakar Hamzah PAS from 27 June 1964[N 2]
Zulkiflee Muhammad PAS until 6 May 1964
P020 Kota Bharu Hulu Hussain Rahimi Saman PAS
P021 Pasir Mas Hulu Tengku Zaid Tengku Ahmad PAS from 19 August 1967[N 3]
Abdul Samad Gul Ahmad Mianji PAS until 3 July 1967
P022 Pasir Puteh Mohamad Asri Muda PAS
P023 Tanah Merah Mustapha Ahmad PAS
P024 Ulu Kelantan Hussein Sulaiman Perikatan (UMNO)

TerengganuSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti
Perikatan 5 (UMNO 5) | PAS 1
P025 Besut Mohd. Daud Abdul Samad PAS
P026 Kuala Trengganu Utara Wan Abdul Kadir Ismail Perikatan (UMNO)
P027 Kuala Trengganu Selatan Abdullah Abdul Rahman Perikatan (UMNO)
P028 Dungun Suleiman Ali Perikatan (UMNO)
P029 Kemaman Wan Mokhtar Ahmad Perikatan (UMNO)
P030 Trengganu Tengah Engku Muhsein Abdul Kadir Perikatan (UMNO)

Pulau PinangSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti Catatan
Perikatan 6 (UMNO 4 | MCA 2) | BS 1 | UDP 1
P031 Bagan Tan Cheng Bee Perikatan (MCA)
P032 Seberang Tengah Ibrahim Abdul Rahman Perikatan (UMNO)
P033 Seberang Selatan Snawi Ismail Perikatan (UMNO) from 31 October 1964[N 4]
Mohamed Noordin Mastan Perikatan (UMNO) until 1 September 1964
P034 Penang Utara Geh Chong Keat Perikatan (MCA)
P035 Penang Selatan Ismail Idris Perikatan (UMNO)
P036 Tanjong Lim Chong Eu UDP
P037 Dato' Kramat Lim Kean Siew BS (Buruh) until 1 January 1969[N 5]
P038 Seberang Utara Ahmad Saaid Perikatan (UMNO)

PerakSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti Catatan
Perikatan 18 | PPP 2
P039 Ulu Perak Mohamed Ghazali Jawi Perikatan (UMNO)
P040 Krian Laut Sulaiman Taib Perikatan (UMNO) from 12 March 1966[N 6]
Abdul Rauf Abdul Rahman Perikatan (UMNO) until 1966
P041 Krian Darat Ramli Omar Perikatan (UMNO)
P042 Larut Utara Tajudin Ali Perikatan (UMNO)
P043 Larut Selatan Lim Swee Aun Perikatan (MCA)
P044 Bruas Chew Biow Chuon Perikatan (MCA) from 4 June 1966[N 7]
Yeoh Tat Beng Perikatan (MCA) until 17 April 1966
P045 Sitiawan Kam Woon Wah Perikatan (MCA)
P046 Sungei Siput V. T. Sambanthan Perikatan (MIC)
P047 Kuala Kangsar Megat Khas Megat Omar Perikatan (UMNO)
P048 Parit Hussein Mohd Noordin Perikatan (UMNO)
P049 Ulu Kinta Chin Foon Perikatan (MCA)
P050 Ipoh D. R. Seenivasagam PPP
P051 Menglembu S. P. Seenivasagam PPP
P052 Batu Gajah Ng Fah Yam Perikatan (MCA)
P053 Kampar Toh Theam Hock Perikatan (MCA)
P054 Hilir Perak Othman Abdullah Perikatan (UMNO)
P055 Telok Anson Ng Kam Poh Perikatan (MCA)
P056 Bagan Datoh Sulaiman Bulon Perikatan (UMNO)
P057 Batang Padang Abdul Hamid Khan Perikatan (UMNO)
P058 Tanjong Malim Lee Seck Fun Perikatan (MCA)

PahangSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti Catatan
Perikatan 6 (UMNO 5 | MCA 1)
P059 Raub Hamzah Abu Samah Perikatan (UMNO) from 14 August 1967[N 8]
Hussein Hassan Perikatan (UMNO) until 21 July 1967
P060 Bentong Chan Siang Sun Perikatan (MCA)
P061 Kuantan Mohamed Taib Perikatan (UMNO) from 11 November 1968[N 9]
Abdul Rahman Talib Perikatan (UMNO) until 18 October 1968
P062 Pekan Abdul Razak Hussein Perikatan (UMNO)
P063 Temerloh Mohamed Yusof Mahmud Perikatan (UMNO)
P064 Lipis Abdul Razak Hussin Perikatan (UMNO)

SelangorSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti Catatan
Perikatan 12 | BS 1 | PETIR 1
P065 Kuala Selangor Raja Rome Raja Ma'amor Perikatan (UMNO)
P066 Batu Tan Chee Khoon BS (Buruh)
P067 Kapar Hamzah Alang Perikatan (UMNO)
P068 Rawang Tunku Abdullah Tuanku Abdul Rahman Perikatan (UMNO)
P069 Langat Zakaria Mohd Taib Perikatan (UMNO)
P070 Setapak Chan Seong Yoon Perikatan (MCA)
P071 Bungsar Devan Nair DAP bermula 19 Mac 1966[N 10]
PETIR sehingga 18 Mac 1966
P072 Bukit Bintang Tan Toh Hong Perikatan (MCA)
P073 Damansara Michael Chen Wing Sum Perikatan (MCA)
P074 Klang V. Manickavasagam Perikatan (MIC)
P075 Kuala Langat Mohd. Tahir Abdul Majid Perikatan (UMNO)
P076 Sepang Lee Siok Yew Perikatan (MCA)
P077 Sabak Bernam Mustapha Abdul Jabar Perikatan (UMNO)
P078 Ulu Selangor Khaw Kai Boh Perikatan (MCA)

Negeri SembilanSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti
Perikatan 6
P079 Kuala Pilah Bahaman Samsudin Perikatan (UMNO)
P080 Seremban Timor Quek Kai Dong Perikatan (MCA)
P081 Rembau-Tampin Redza Mohd Said Perikatan (UMNO)
P082 Port Dickson T. Mahima Singh Perikatan (MIC)
P083 Jelebu-Jempol Mohamed Idris Matsil Perikatan (UMNO)
P084 Seremban Barat Siow Loong Hin Perikatan (MCA)

MelakaSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti
Perikatan 4
P085 Malacca Tengah Tan Siew Sin Perikatan (MCA)
P086 Bandar Malacca Tan Kee Gak Perikatan (MCA)
P087 Malacca Utara Abdul Ghani Ishak Perikatan (UMNO)
P088 Malacca Selatan Abdul Karim Abu Perikatan (UMNO)

JohorSunting

No. Kawasan Ahli Parti Catatan
Perikatan 16
P089 Muar Dalam Abdul Aziz Ishak Perikatan (UMNO)
P090 Segamat Selatan Lee San Choon Perikatan (MCA)
P091 Muar Pantai Seah Teng Ngiab Perikatan (MCA)
P092 Muar Selatan Awang Hassan Perikatan (UMNO)
P093 Batu Pahat Soh Ah Teck Perikatan (MCA)
P094 Batu Pahat Dalam Syed Esa Alwee (Deputy Speaker) Perikatan (UMNO)
P095 Kluang Utara Tiah Eng Bee Perikatan (MCA)
P096 Johore Tenggara Syed Jaafar Albar Perikatan (UMNO)
P097 Pontian Utara Sardon Jubir Perikatan (UMNO)
P098 Pontian Selatan Ali Ahmad Perikatan (UMNO)
P099 Kluang Selatan Chan Chong Wen Perikatan (MCA)
P100 Johore Bahru Timor Fatimah Abdul Majid Perikatan (UMNO)
P101 Johore Bahru Barat Rahmat Daud Perikatan (UMNO)
P102 Johore Timor Ismail Abdul Rahman Perikatan (UMNO)
P103 Segamat Utara Musa Hitam Perikatan (UMNO) from 19 October 1968[N 11]
Abdullah Mohd Salleh Perikatan (UMNO) until 27 August 1968
P104 Muar Utara Ahmad Arshad Perikatan (UMNO)

Appointed and nominated members by stateSunting

Unless noted otherwise, the MPs served the entire term of the parliament (from 18 May 1964 until 20 March 1969).

SingaporeSunting

No. Ahli Parti Catatan
15 kerusi
1 Abdul Rahim Ishak PETIR until 9 August 1965
2 Chia Thye Poh BS until 9 August 1965
3 Goh Keng Swee PETIR until 9 August 1965
4 Ho See Beng PETIR until 25 November 1964
Edmund William Barker PETIR from 25 November 1964 until 9 August 1965
5 Jek Yeun Thong PETIR until 9 August 1965
6 Kow Kee Seng BS until 9 August 1965
7 Lee Kuan Yew PETIR until 9 August 1965
8 Lim Huan Boon BS until 9 August 1965
9 Lim Kim San PETIR until 9 August 1965
10 Ong Pang Boon PETIR until 9 August 1965
11 Othman Wok PETIR until 9 August 1965
12 S. Rajaratnam PETIR until 9 August 1965
13 Toh Chin Chye PETIR until 9 August 1965
14 Wee Toon Boon PETIR until 9 August 1965
15 Yong Nyuk Lin PETIR until 9 August 1965

SabahSunting

No. Ahli Parti Catatan
16 kerusi
1 Abdul Rashid Jais USNO
2 Aliuddin Harun USNO until 11 December 1967
Rafael Ancheta from 18 January 1968
3 Amadeus Mathew Leong
4 Donald Aloysius Marmaduke Stephens UNKO until 2 November 1965
John Ondu Mojakil from 21 March 1966
5 Francis Chia Nyuk Tong
6 Ganie Gilong
7 Ganing Jangkat
8 Joe Manjaji
9 Khoo Siak Chiew SCA until 10 May 1966
10 Mohamed Dara Langpad
11 Mohd. Arif Salleh
12 Pengiran Tahir Pengiran Petra
13 Peter Lo Sui Yin SCA
14 S. Fazul Rahman
15 Stanley Ho Ngun Khiu
16 Yeh Pao Tze

SarawakSunting

No. Ahli Parti Catatan
24 seats
1 Abang Ikhwan Zaini BARJASA until 7 December 1967
Abdul Taib Mahmud BARJASA from 18 January 1968
2 Abang Othman Abang Moasili BARJASA until 24 September 1965
Dagok Randen BARJASA from 10 November 1965
3 Abdul Rahman Ya'kub BARJASA
4 Ajibah Abol BARJASA
5 Banyang Janting
6 Chia Chin Shin SCA
7 Edmund Langgu Saga
8 Edwin Tangkun
9 Francis Umpau Empam until 1 October 1965
Thomas Kana PESAKA from 10 November 1965
10 Jinggut Attan
11 Jonathan Bangau Renang
12 Jugah Barieng PESAKA
13 Kadam Kiai until 1968
14 Khoo Peng Loong
15 Ling Beng Siew
16 Muhammad Su'aut Muhd. Tahir
17 Ong Kee Hui
18 Sandom Nyuak PESAKA until 12 December 1967
Wan Alwi Tuanku Ibrahim PESAKA from 18 January 1968
19 Sim Boon Liang
20 Sng Chin Joo
21 Stephen Yong Kuet Tze SUPP
22 Tama Weng Tinggang Wan SUPP from 6 July 1964
23 Tan Tsak Yu
24 Wan Abdul Rahman Tuanku Bujang

NotaSunting

  1. ^ Nik Abdul Aziz was elected to Parliament in the Kelantan Hilir by-election, 1967 following the death of Ahmad Abdullah.
  2. ^ Abu Bakar was elected to Parliament in the Bachok by-election, 1964 following the death of Zulkiflee Muhammad.
  3. ^ Tengku Zaid was elected to Parliament in the Pasir Mas Hulu by-election, 1967 following the death of Abdul Samad Gul Ahmad Mianji.
  4. ^ Snawi was elected to Parliament in the Seberang Selatan by-election, 1964 following the death of Mohamed Noordin Mastan.
  5. ^ Lim Kean Siew tendered his resignation as Member of Parliament for Dato' Kramat on 1 January 1969.
  6. ^ Sulaiman was elected to Parliament in the Krian Laut by-election, 1966 following the death of Abdul Rauf Abdul Rahman.
  7. ^ Chew was elected to Parliament in the Bruas by-election, 1966 following the death of Yeoh Tat Beng.
  8. ^ Hamzah was elected to Parliament in the Raub by-election, 1967 following the death of Hussein Hassan.
  9. ^ Mohamed was elected to Parliament in the Kuantan by-election, 1968 following the death of Abdul Rahman Talib.
  10. ^ Akibat pemisahan Singapura daripada Malaysia, PETIR Malaya terpaksa dipisahkan dan membentuk DAP. Pendaftaran DAP sah pada 19 Mac 1966.
  11. ^ Musa was elected to Parliament in the Segamat Utara by-election, 1968 following the death of Abdullah Mohd Salleh.

RujukanSunting

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