Perbezaan antara semakan "Ahli Dewan Negara, Parlimen Malaysia ke-14"

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! Senator !! colspan="2" | Parti !! Negeri
!TempohPenggal!! Penggal mula !! Penggal tamat
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| colspan="7" |PH '''10'''<nowiki> | BN </nowiki>'''8''' | GS '''4''' | GPS '''2''' | UPKO '''1''' | Kosong '''1'''
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| Abdul Ghani Mohamed Yassin || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBM]]) || Sabah
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|1|5|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|1|4|df=yes}}
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| ''kosong'' || || kosong || Melaka
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| Ahmad Azam Hamzah<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.utusan.com.my/berita/politik/dun-negeri-sembilan-pilih-dr-ahmad-azam-sebagai-ahli-dewan-negara-1.891449|title=DUN Negeri Sembilan pilih Dr. Ahmad Azam sebagai Ahli Dewan Negara|last=|first=|date=29 April 2019|work=Utusan Malaysia|access-date=29 April 2019|language=ms}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | ||[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[People's Justice Party|PKR]]) || Negeri Sembilan
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2019|05|09|df=yes}} || {{end date|2022|05|08|df=yes}}
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| Ananthan Somasundaram || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[Malaysian Indian Congress|MIC]]) || Kedah
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2017|8|15|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|8|14|df=yes}}
|-
| Asmak Husin || bgcolor="{{Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party/meta/shading}}" | || [[Gagasan Sejahtera|GS]] ([[Malaysian Islamic Party|PAS]]) || Kelantan
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|7|1|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|6|30|df=yes}}
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| Donald Peter Mojuntin<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.borneotoday.net/upkos-donald-mojuntin-pas-muslimat-chief-sworn-in-as-senators/|title=Upko’s Donald Mojuntin, PAS Muslimat Chief Sworn In As Senators|first1=|last1=Admin|first2=|last2=Admin|date=10 December 2018|publisher=}}</ref>|| bgcolor="{{United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation/meta/shading}}" | || [[United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation|UPKO]] || Sabah
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|12|10|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|12|9|df=yes}}
|-
| Husain Awang || bgcolor="{{Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party/meta/shading}}" | || [[Gagasan Sejahtera|GS]] ([[Malaysian Islamic Party|PAS]]) || Terengganu
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|7|17|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|7|16|df=yes}}
|-
| Ismail Yusop || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|PKR]]) || Perak
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|8|13|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|8|12|df=yes}}
|-
| Kamarudin Abdun || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[United Malays National Organisation|UMNO]]) || Perlis
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|7|25|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|7|24|df=yes}}
|-
| Lee Tian Sing || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[Malaysian Chinese Association|MCA]]) || Melaka
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2017|11|29|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|11|28|df=yes}}
|-
| Lim Hui Ying || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]) || Penang
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|8|27|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|8|26|df=yes}}
|-
| Lim Pay Hen || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[Malaysian Chinese Association|MCA]]) || Johor
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2017|12|4|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|12|3|df=yes}}
|-
| Kesavadas A. Achyuthan Nair || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | ||[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]) || Negeri Sembilan
| FirstPertama|| {{start date|2019|3|20|df=yes}} || {{end date|2022|3|19|df=yes}}
|-
| Mohd. Suhaimi Abdullah<ref>Mohd. Suhaimi Abdullah, initially a [[Barisan Nasional]] ([[United Malays National Organisation|UMNO]]) senator, switched allegiance to [[Pakatan Harapan]] ([[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|BERSATU]]) on 28 November 2018.</ref><ref name=":1">{{Cite news|url=https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/politik/2018/11/503144/dr-noor-azmi-4-senator-sertai-bersatu|title=Dr Noor Azmi, 4 Senator sertai BERSATU|last=Ariff|first=Syed Umar|date=28 November 2018|work=Berita Harian|access-date=30 November 2018|last2=Ibrahim|first2=Mohd. Iskandar|language=Malay}}</ref>|| bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[Malaysian United Indigenous Party|PPBM]]) || Kedah
|SecondKedua|| {{start date|2017|8|15|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|8|14|df=yes}}
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| [[Yusmadi Yusoff|Mohd. Yusmadi Mohd. Yusoff]] || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|PKR]]) || Penang
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|8|27|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|8|26|df=yes}}
|-
| Muhamad Mustafa || bgcolor="{{Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party/meta/shading}}" | || [[Gagasan Sejahtera|GS]] ([[Malaysian Islamic Party|PAS]])|| Kelantan
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2017|7|8|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|7|7|df=yes}}
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| Nga Hock Cheh || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]) || Perak
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|8|13|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|8|12|df=yes}}
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| Nuing Jeluing<ref>Dr. Nuing Jeluing was initially a [[Barisan Nasional]] (PBB) senator. His party decided to leave BN on 12 June 2018 and joined [[Gabungan Parti Sarawak]] on 20 November 2018.</ref><ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/06/12/sarawak-bn-parties-pull-out-of-coalition/|title=Sarawak BN parties pull out of coalition|website=The Star|access-date=12 Jun 2018}}</ref><ref name=":3">{{Cite news|url=http://www.theborneopost.com/2018/11/20/ros-officially-approves-gps/|title=ROS officially approves GPS|last=Aubrey|first=Samuel |display-authors=etal |date=20 November 2018|work=Borneo Post|access-date=30 November 2018|language=en}}</ref>|| bgcolor="{{Sarawak Parties Alliance/meta/shading}}" |
|[[Gabungan Parti Sarawak|GPS]] ([[Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu|PBB]])|| Sarawak
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2017|12|11|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|12|10|df=yes}}
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| Nuridah Mohd Salleh<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.kosmo.com.my/negara/dun-terengganu-lantik-adun-lantikan-dalam-kalangan-wanita-1.796362|title=DUN Terengganu lantik ADUN lantikan dalam kalangan wanita|first=MOHD AZLI|last=ADLAN|website=Kosmo Online}}</ref> || bgcolor="{{Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party/meta/shading}}" | || [[Gagasan Sejahtera|GS]] ([[Malaysian Islamic Party|PAS]]) || Terengganu
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|11|29|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|11|28|df=yes}}
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| Sabani Mat || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[United Malays National Organisation|UMNO]]) || Perlis
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|7|25|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|7|24|df=yes}}
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| Siti Fatimah Yahaya || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | ||[[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[United Malays National Organisation|UMNO]]) || Pahang
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|8|10|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|8|9|df=yes}}
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| Suresh Singh<ref name="nst.com.my">https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2018/12/442169/dr-yaakob-sapari-suresh-singh-take-oath-dewan-negara-members</ref> || bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | || [[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[Democratic Action Party (Malaysia)|DAP]]) || Selangor
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|12|5|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|12|4|df=yes}}
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| Ti Lian Ker || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[Malaysian Chinese Association|MCA]]) || Pahang
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|8|10|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|8|9|df=yes}}
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| Yaakob Sapari<ref name="nst.com.my"/>|| bgcolor="{{Pakatan Harapan/meta/shading}}" | ||[[Pakatan Harapan|PH]] ([[People's Justice Party (Malaysia)|PKR]]) || Selangor
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2018|12|5|df=yes}} || {{end date|2021|12|4|df=yes}}
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| Zahari Sarip || bgcolor="{{Barisan Nasional/meta/shading}}" | || [[Barisan Nasional|BN]] ([[United Malays National Organisation|UMNO]]) || Johor
|FirstPertama|| {{start date|2017|5|15|df=yes}} || {{end date|2020|5|14|df=yes}}
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| Zaiedi Suhaili<ref>Dr. Zaiedi Suhaili was initially a [[Barisan Nasional]] (PBB) senator. His party decided to leave BN on 12 June 2018 and joined [[Gabungan Parti Sarawak]] on 20 November 2018.</ref><ref name=":0" /><ref name=":3" />|| bgcolor="{{Sarawak Parties Alliance/meta/shading}}" |
|[[Sarawak Parties Alliance|GPS]] ([[Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu|PBB]])|| Sarawak
|SecondKedua|| {{start date|2019|7|22|df=yes}} || {{end date|2022|7|21|df=yes}}
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