Elections in Malacca have been held in the Malaysian state of Malacca since 1955 and have chosen Malacca's elected representatives in the Dewan Rakyat and Dewan Undangan Negeri (the Malaysian federal and state assemblies). Contents 1 Federal level 1.1 Federal constituencies 1.2 General elections 1.2.1 1955 general election
The Malacca election campaign choked social media with a litany of political sins – from handouts to heavenly promises. True or fake, they made little dent, seeing how BN cruised to victory. Perhaps we can only arrive at one conclusion: politically, we are the most backward nation in the region.
PETALING JAYA: Melaka voters gave Barisan Nasional a big victory at the state election on Saturday, allowing the coalition to secure a two-thirds majority in the 28-seat state assembly. Barisan won 21 seats with Umno bagging 18 followed by MCA with two seats and MIC winning one. Pakatan Harapan won five seats while Perikatan Nasional won two.
MELAKA, Nov 20 ― [9pm] BN’s Siti Faizah Abdul Azis has won the Sungai Rambai seat with a majority of more than 1,000 votes over her closest rival from Perikatan Nasional (PN). According to unofficial results, she garnered 3,738 votes compared to PN candidate Muhammad Jefri Safry (2,648 votes) and Pakatan Harapan’s Farzana Hayani Nasir (1,332)
The next Malaysian general election, formally the 15th Malaysian general election, is scheduled to be held by 14 September 2023 to elect the members of the Dewan Rakyat in the 15th Parliament of Malaysia. All 222 seats will be up for election, presuming no constituencies are added or removed in a redistribution.
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