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The Alliance Of Hope (Malay: Pakatan Harapan; abbrev: PH) is a political alliance that was founded in 2015 as a coalition of left-leaning and centre parties. It is the second largest coalition in the Parliament of Malaysia. Coalition president Wan Azizah
Wan Azizah
Wan Ismail has been Opposition Leader of Malaysia
Malaysia
since 18 May 2015. In state level, it is also the largest party in 2 of 13 state legislative assemblies of Malaysia
Malaysia
and forms the government in the state of Selangor
Selangor
and Penang. The coalition was formed on 22 September 2015, consisting the Democratic Action Party, People's Justice Party, National Trust Party and Malaysian United Indigenous Party.[5] The movement has aimed to form a broad alliance of centre-left parties for the general election due to be held before 24 August 2018. The coalition has chosen former Prime Minister and coalition chairman, Mahathir Mohamad, and coalition president, Wan Azizah, as their candidates for the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister post respectively for the upcoming General Election.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Formation

2 Member parties

2.1 Strategic partners

3 Leadership Structure 4 Elected representatives

4.1 Dewan Negara
Dewan Negara
(Senate)

4.1.1 Senators

4.2 Dewan Rakyat
Dewan Rakyat
(House of Representatives)

4.2.1 Members of Parliament of the 13th Malaysian Parliament

4.3 Dewan Undangan Negeri
Dewan Undangan Negeri
(State Legislative Assembly)

4.3.1 Malaysian State Assembly Representatives

5 Alternative federal budgets 6 Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
state governments 7 References

History[edit] Formation[edit] Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
is a direct successor to the three-party Pakatan Rakyat coalition that consisted the People's Justice Party
People's Justice Party
(PKR), the Democratic Action Party
Democratic Action Party
(DAP) and the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS). Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
was founded on 22 September 2015, two years after the 2013 general election, due to disagreements and conflicts between PAS and DAP mainly regarding on the issue of the implementation of the sharia law, resulting in PAS splitting off from Pakatan Rakyat
Pakatan Rakyat
and the break-up of the coalition on 16 June 2015.[6][7][8] The dissolution resulted in the formation of a new coalition named Pakatan Harapan, consisting the former Pakatan Rakyat parties, PKR and DAP, and a PAS split-off party, the National Trust Party (AMANAH).[9][10] On 12 November 2016, a UMNO split-off party, the Malaysian United Indigenous Party, abbreviated as PPBM, confirmed that the party is committed to join the opposition bloc Pakatan Harapan, as stated by PPBM Chairman and former Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad.[11][12] Later on 13 December, PPBM formed an electoral pact with Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
through a seven-point agreement at the PKR headquarters,[13] and on 14 March 2017, PPBM officially joined Pakatan Harapan as a member party.[14] On 14 July 2017, the Presidential council line-up was confirmed. A common logo was also introduced with the word “Harapan” with the “A” shaped as a chevron in white on a red background. The logo will be used by all participating candidates should the pact register in time for the 14th Malaysian general election.[15] The pact also announced that PKR logo will be used as its election symbol during the election.[16] Member parties[edit] As of December 2016, Pakatan Harapan's member parties include :

Democratic Action Party
Democratic Action Party
(DAP) People's Justice Party
People's Justice Party
(PKR) National Trust Party (PAN) Malaysian United Indigenous Party
Malaysian United Indigenous Party
(PPBM)

Strategic partners[edit]

HINDRAF[17] Mira Party[17]

Leadership Structure[edit]

Leader:

Anwar Ibrahim
Anwar Ibrahim
(PKR)

Chairman:

Mahathir Mohamad
Mahathir Mohamad
(PPBM)

President:

Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
(PKR)

Deputy President:

Lim Guan Eng
Lim Guan Eng
(DAP) Mohamad Sabu (AMANAH) Muhyiddin Yassin (PPBM)

Vice-President:

Chong Chieng Jen
Chong Chieng Jen
(DAP) Mohamed Azmin Ali
Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PKR) Salahuddin Ayub (AMANAH) Mukhriz Mahathir
Mukhriz Mahathir
(PPBM) M. Kulasegaran (DAP) Christina Liew (PKR)

Chief Secretary:

Saifuddin Abdullah
Saifuddin Abdullah
(PKR)

Treasurer:

Husam Musa
Husam Musa
(AMANAH)

Women Chief:

Zuraida Kamaruddin (PKR)

Youth Chief:

Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad
Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad
(PKR)

Elections Director:

Mohamed Azmin Ali
Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PKR)

State Chairman:

Johor: Muhyiddin Yassin (PPBM) Kedah: Mukhriz Mahathir
Mukhriz Mahathir
(PPBM) Kelantan: Husam Musa
Husam Musa
(AMANAH) Malacca: Adli Zahari (AMANAH) Negeri Sembilan: Aminuddin Harun (PKR) Pahang: Fauzi Abdul Rahman (PKR) Perak: Ahmad Faizal Azumu (PPBM) Perlis: Ameir Hassan (PPBM) Penang: Lim Guan Eng
Lim Guan Eng
(DAP) Sabah: Christina Liew (PKR) Sarawak: Chong Chieng Jen
Chong Chieng Jen
(DAP) Selangor: Mohamed Azmin Ali
Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PKR) Terengganu: Raja Kamarul Bahrin (AMANAH) Federal Territory: Tan Kok Wai (DAP)

Elected representatives[edit] Dewan Negara
Dewan Negara
(Senate)[edit] Senators[edit] Main article: Members of the Dewan Negara, 13th Malaysian Parliament

Results

Penang

Ariffin Omar
Ariffin Omar
(DAP) Siti Aishah Shaik Ismail (PKR)

Selangor

Chandra Mohan Thambirajah (DAP) Mohd Nor Monutty (PKR)

Dewan Rakyat
Dewan Rakyat
(House of Representatives)[edit] Members of Parliament of the 13th Malaysian Parliament[edit] Main article: Members of the Dewan Rakyat, 13th Malaysian Parliament

Results

Kedah

P009 – Alor Setar – Gooi Hsiao-Leung (PKR) P010 – Kuala Kedah
Kedah
Azman Ismail (PKR) P015 – Sungai Petani – Johari Abdul (PKR) P017 – Padang Serai – N. Surendran K. Nagarajan (PKR)

Kelantan

P019 - Tumpat - Kamarudin Jaffar (PKR) P031 – Kuala Krai – Mohd Hatta Ramli (PAN)

Terengganu

P036 – Kuala Terengganu
Terengganu
Raja Kamarul Bahrin (PAN)

Penang

P043 – Bagan – Lim Guan Eng
Lim Guan Eng
(DAP) P044 – Permatang Pauh – Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
(PKR) P045 – Bukit Mertajam – Steven Sim Chee Keong (DAP) P046 – Batu Kawan – Kasthuriraani Patto (DAP) P047 – Nibong Tebal – Mansor Othman (PKR) P048 – Bukit Bendera – Zairil Khir Johari
Zairil Khir Johari
(DAP) P049 – Tanjong – Ng Wei Aik (DAP) P050 – Jelutong – Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun (DAP) P051 – Bukit Gelugor – Ramkarpal Singh (DAP) P052 – Bayan Baru – Sim Tze Tzin (PKR)

Perak

P057 – Parit Buntar – Mujahid Yusof Rawa (PAN) P060 – Taiping – Nga Kor Ming (DAP) P064 – Ipoh Timor – Thomas Su Keong Siong (DAP) P065 – Ipoh Barat – M. Kulasegaran V. Murugeson (DAP) P066 – Batu Gajah – Sivakumar Varatharaju Naidu (DAP) P068 – Beruas – Ngeh Koo Ham (DAP) P070 – Kampar – Ko Chung Sen (DAP) P071 – Gopeng – Lee Boon Chye (PKR) P074 – Lumut – Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid (PKR)

Pahang

P080 – Raub – Mohamad Ariff Sabri Abdul Aziz (DAP) P082 – Indera Mahkota – Fauzi Abdul Rahman (PKR) P083 – Kuantan – Fuziah Salleh
Fuziah Salleh
(PKR)

Selangor

P097 – Selayang – William Leong Jee Keen (PKR) P098 – Gombak – Mohamed Azmin Ali
Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PKR) P099 – Ampang – Zuraida Kamarudin (PKR) P100 – Pandan – Rafizi Ramli
Rafizi Ramli
(PKR) P102 – Serdang – Ong Kian Ming
Ong Kian Ming
(DAP) P103 – Puchong – Gobind Singh Deo (DAP) P104 – Kelana Jaya – Wong Chen
Wong Chen
(PKR) P105 – Petaling Jaya
Petaling Jaya
Selatan – Hee Loy Sian (PKR) P106 – Petaling Jaya
Petaling Jaya
Utara – Tony Pua
Tony Pua
Kiam Wee (DAP) P107 – Subang – Sivarasa Rasiah (PKR) P108 – Shah Alam – Khalid Samad
Khalid Samad
(Amanah) P109 – Kapar – Manivannan Gowindasamy (PKR) P110 – Klang – Charles Anthony Santiago (DAP) P111 – Kota Raja – Siti Mariah Mahmud (Amanah) P112 – Kuala Langat – Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid (PKR) P113 – Sepang – Mohamed Hanipa Maidin (PAN)

Federal Territory

P114 – Kepong – Tan Seng Giaw (DAP) P115 – Batu – Tian Chua
Tian Chua
(PKR) P116 – Wangsa Maju – Tan Kee Kwong (PKR) P117 – Segambut – Lim Lip Eng (DAP) P120 – Bukit Bintang – Fong Kui Lun (DAP) P121 – Lembah Pantai – Nurul Izzah Anwar
Nurul Izzah Anwar
(PKR) P122 – Seputeh – Teresa Kok Suh Sim (DAP) P123 – Cheras – Tan Kok Wai (DAP)

Negeri Sembilan

P128 – Seremban – Anthony Loke Siew Fook (DAP) P130 – Rasah – Teo Kok Seong (DAP) P132 – Telok Kemang – Kamarul Bahrin Abbas (PKR)

Malacca

P137 – Bukit Katil – Shamsul Iskandar Md. Akin (PKR)

Johor

P143 - Pagoh - Muhyiddin Yassin (PPBM) P145 – Bakri – Er Teck Hwa
Er Teck Hwa
(DAP) P150 – Batu Pahat – Mohamad Idris Jusi (PKR) P152 – Kluang – Liew Chin Tong
Liew Chin Tong
(DAP) P162 – Gelang Patah – Lim Kit Siang
Lim Kit Siang
(DAP) P163 – Kulai – Teo Nie Ching
Teo Nie Ching
(DAP)

Sabah

P172 – Kota Kinabalu – Jimmy Wong Sze Phin (DAP) P186 – Sandakan – Wong Tien Fatt (DAP)

Sarawak

P195 – Bandar Kuching – Chong Chieng Jen
Chong Chieng Jen
(DAP) P196 – Stampin – Julian Tan Kok Ping (DAP) P208 – Sarikei – Wong Ling Biu (DAP) P211 – Lanang – Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP) P212 – Sibu – Oscar Ling Chai Yew (DAP) P219 – Miri – Michael Teo Yu Keng (PKR)

Dewan Undangan Negeri
Dewan Undangan Negeri
(State Legislative Assembly)[edit] Malaysian State Assembly Representatives[edit] Main article: Malaysian State Assembly Representatives (2013–)

Penang
Penang
State Legislative Assembly 29 / 40

Selangor
Selangor
State Legislative Assembly 30 / 56

Perak
Perak
State Legislative Assembly 24 / 59

Negeri Sembilan
Negeri Sembilan
State Legislative Assembly 14 / 36

Johor
Johor
State Legislative Assembly 16 / 56

Pahang
Pahang
State Legislative Assembly 10 / 42

Kedah
Kedah
State Legislative Assembly 8 / 36

Sarawak
Sarawak
State Legislative Assembly 10 / 82

Malacca
Malacca
State Legislative Assembly 3 / 28

Sabah
Sabah
State Legislative Assembly 4 / 60

Perlis State Legislative Assembly 1 / 15

Kelantan
Kelantan
State Legislative Assembly 2 / 45

Terengganu
Terengganu
State Legislative Assembly 1 / 32

Alternative federal budgets[edit]

2016 Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
alternative federal budget 2017 Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
alternative federal budget 2018 Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
alternative federal budget

Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
state governments[edit]

Penang

Chief Minister: Lim Guan Eng

Selangor

Menteri Besar: Mohamed Azmin Ali

References[edit]

^ Ram Anand (11 September 2017). " Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
adds two VPs to represent Indians, Sabahans". The Malay Mail. Retrieved 11 September 2017.  ^ Masriwanie Muhamading (12 May 2017). " Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
youth wings' economic model targeting 1mil jobs for youth". Astro Awani. Retrieved 12 May 2017.  ^ "Senarai penuh Majlis Pimpinan Pemuda Pakatan Harapan" (in Malay). Astro Awani. 31 October 2017. Retrieved 31 October 2017.  ^ "Wanita Pakatan pledges to raise women in politics, economy, social welfare". The Malaysian Insight. 11 October 2017. Retrieved 11 October 2017.  ^ Melissa Goh (22 September 2015). "Malaysia's opposition band together under new Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
alliance". Channel NewsAsia. Retrieved 3 October 2015.  ^ Boo Su-Lyn (11 June 2015). "With PAS-DAP split, Pakatan's Putrajaya dream now laid to waste, analysts say". The Malay Mail. Retrieved 19 June 2015.  ^ " Pakatan Rakyat
Pakatan Rakyat
Split Will Change Country's Political Landscape". Bernama. Malaysian Digest. 17 June 2015. Retrieved 19 June 2015.  ^ Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani (18 June 2015). "Break up of Malaysia's opposition bloc Pakatan Rakyat: What happened and what's next?". The Straits Times. Retrieved 19 June 2015.  ^ Harits Asyraf Hasnan (22 September 2015). "New Pakatan Harapan coalition formed". Astro Awani. Retrieved 23 September 2015.  ^ Shannon Teoh (23 September 2015). "Malaysia's opposition forms Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
alliance". The Straits Times. Retrieved 23 September 2015.  ^ Melissa Goh (12 November 2016). "'The only way to win is to unite and contest under one party': Mahathir". Channel NewsAsia. Retrieved 12 November 2016.  ^ Sheridan Mahavera (16 November 2016). "By courting rural Muslims, has Malaysia's opposition found key to winning power for first time in 60 years?". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 16 November 2016.  ^ Hana Naz Harun (13 December 2016). "PPBM officially signs agreement to join Pakatan Harapan". New Straits Times. Retrieved 13 December 2016.  ^ "PPBM wants name change before joining Pakatan Harapan". Antara Pos. 14 March 2017. Retrieved 14 March 2017.  ^ "Dr Mahathir Mohamad
Mahathir Mohamad
is Pakatan chairman, Dr Wan Azizah
Wan Azizah
made president". The Malay Mail. Today Online. 14 July 2017. Retrieved 14 July 2017.  ^ Kamarul Azhar (7 April 2018). " Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
to use PKR 'eye' symbol for GE14". The Edge. Retrieved 7 April 2018.  ^ a b Minderjeet Kaur (6 March 2018). "PH names Hindraf, New Gen Party as strategic partners". Free Malaysia
Malaysia
Today. Retrieved 6 April 2018. 

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Political parties in Malaysia

Parties represented in the Parliament and/or State Assemblies

Barisan Nasional
Barisan Nasional
(BN)

United Malays National Organisation
United Malays National Organisation
(UMNO) Malaysian Chinese Association
Malaysian Chinese Association
(MCA) Malaysian Indian Congress
Malaysian Indian Congress
(MIC) Malaysian People's Movement Party (Gerakan) People's Progressive Party (myPPP) United Traditional Bumiputera Party (PBB) Sarawak
Sarawak
United Peoples' Party (SUPP) United Sabah
Sabah
Party (PBS) Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) United Sabah
Sabah
People's Party (PBRS) United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation
United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation
(UPKO) Sarawak
Sarawak
Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) Sarawak
Sarawak
Peoples' Party (PRS)

Pakatan Harapan
Pakatan Harapan
(PH)

Democratic Action Party
Democratic Action Party
(DAP) People's Justice Party
People's Justice Party
(PKR) National Trust Islamic Party (Amanah) Malaysian United Indigenous Party
Malaysian United Indigenous Party
(PPBM)

Gagasan Sejahtera (GS)

Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party
(PAS)

Other parties

Socialist Party of Malaysia
Malaysia
(PSM) Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress
Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress
(KIMMA) Malaysian Indian United Party
Malaysian Indian United Party
(MIUP) Homeland Solidarity Party (STAR) Sabah
Sabah
Heritage Party (WARISAN) Love Sabah
Sabah
Party (PCS) Sabah
Sabah
People's Hope Party (PHRS)

Parties without representation in the Parliament and State Assemblies

Gagasan Sejahtera (GS)

Pan-Malaysian Islamic Front Malaysia
Malaysia
National Alliance Party

Other parties

Malaysian Ceylonese Congress Punjabi Party of Malaysia Community Coalition Congress Malaysian People's Party All Malaysian Indian Progressive Front Sabah
Sabah
Progressive Party Malaysian Democratic Party Malaysian Makkal Sakhti Party Human Rights Party Sabah
Sabah
People's Front Homeland Human's Wellbeing Party Malaysian United People's Party Sarawak
Sarawak
Workers Party (SWP) United Sabah
Sabah
National Organisation Party (New) The Idea with Sabah
Sabah
People's Party Sabah
Sabah
National People's Unity Organisation Sabah
Sabah
Truth Party Sabahan Bugis United Party Sabah
Sabah
People's Economy Party Sabah
Sabah
Prosperous Party of Unity Front Sabah
Sabah
Peace Party Sabah
Sabah
People's Co-operation Party Sabah
Sabah
People's Unity Party Land of the Hornbills Party New Sarawak
Sarawak
Native People's Party Economic Sarawak
Sarawak
United People's Party Justice of the Peace Coalition People's Party Malaysian Indian Justice Party New Generation Party Malaysian National Party Malaysian Citizen National Party United Peoples' Party (UPP) People's Alternative Party Green Party of Malaysia Love Malaysia
Malaysia
Party Malaysia
Malaysia
Hope Party

Defunct parties and coalition

Defunct coalitions

All-Malaya Council of Joint Action
All-Malaya Council of Joint Action
(AMCJA) Labour Front Barisan Sosialis Alliance Party (AP) Barisan Alternatif
Barisan Alternatif
(BA) Malayan Peoples' Socialist Front
Malayan Peoples' Socialist Front
(SF) Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah
Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah
(APU) Gagasan Rakyat
Gagasan Rakyat
(GR) Pakatan Rakyat
Pakatan Rakyat
(PR)

Defunct parties

Sarawak
Sarawak
National Party (SNAP) Sarawak
Sarawak
Native People's Party (PBDS) Sarawak
Sarawak
Malaysian People's Association (PERMAS) Muslim People's Party of Malaysia
Malaysia
(HAMIM) National Party (Negara) Independence of Malaya Party
Independence of Malaya Party
(IMP) Labour Party of Malaya
Labour Party of Malaya
(Lab) Malayan Communist Party
Malayan Communist Party
(MCP) (Revolutionary Faction) (Marxist-Leninist) Malaysian Marhaen Party (PMM) National Convention Party (NCP) North Kalimantan Communist Party
North Kalimantan Communist Party
(NKCP) Sabah
Sabah
People's United Front (BERJAYA) Social Justice Party of Malaysia
Malaysia
(PEKEMAS) Selangor
Selangor
Labour Party Malaysian Democratic Party
Malaysian Democratic Party
(MDP) Semangat 46 (S46) United Sabah
Sabah
National Organisation (USNO) Angkatan Keadilan Insan Malaysia
Malaysia
(AKIM) Muslim Community Union of Malaysia
Malaysia
(IKATAN) United Pasokmomogun Kadazan Organisation
United Pasokmomogun Kadazan Organisation
(UPKO) Federated Sabah
Sabah
People's Front (BERSEKUTU) Sabah
Sabah
National Party (SANAP) Sabah
Sabah
Chinese Association (SCA) People's Justice Front
People's Justice Front
(AKAR) Sarawak
Sarawak
People's Energy Party (TERAS) State Reform Party
State Reform Party
(STAR)

* denotes non-registered parties

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Pakatan Harapan

Leader

Anwar Ibrahim

Chairman

Mahathir Mohamad

President

Wan Azizah
Wan Azizah
Wan Ismail

Deputy Presidents

Muhyiddin Yassin Lim Guan Eng Mohamad Sabu

Vice-Presidents

Mohamed Azmin Ali Mukhriz Mahathir Chong Chieng Jen Salahuddin Ayub M. Kulasegaran Christina Liew

Chief Secretary

Saifuddin Abdullah

Treasurer

Husam Musa

Parties

People's Justice Party (PKR)

Nurul Izzah Anwar Tian Chua Shamsul Iskandar Md. Akin Rafizi Ramli Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad Zuraida Kamaruddin Saifuddin Nasution Ismail Sim Tze Tzin

Democratic Action Party (DAP)

Tan Kok Wai Lim Kit Siang Chow Kon Yeow Ariffin Omar Teresa Kok Chong Eng Ngeh Koo Ham Ramasamy Palanisamy Fong Kui Lun

National Trust Party (PAN)

Mujahid Yusof Rawa Siti Mariah Mahmud Khalid Samad Dzulkefly Ahmad Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin Mohd Hatta Ramli Wan Abdul Rahim

Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM)

Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman Abdul Rashid Asari Shahruddin Md Salleh Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman

State Chairman

Johor: Muhyiddin Yassin (PPBM) Kedah: Mukhriz Mahathir
Mukhriz Mahathir
(PPBM) Kelantan: Husam Musa
Husam Musa
(PAN) Malacca: Adli Zahari (PAN) Negeri Sembilan: Aminuddin Harun (PKR) Pahang: Fauzi Abdul Rahman (PKR) Perak: Ahmad Faizal Azumu (PPBM) Perlis: Ameir Hassan (PPBM) Penang: Lim Guan Eng
Lim Guan Eng
(DAP) Sabah: Christina Liew (PKR) Sarawak: Chong Chieng Jen
Chong Chieng Jen
(DAP) Selangor: Mohamed Azmin Ali
Mohamed Azmin Ali
(PKR) Terengganu: Raja Kamarul Bahrin (PAN) Federal Territory: Tan Kok Wai (DAP)

State Governments

Chief Minister Penang

Lim Guan Eng

Menteri Besar Selangor

Mohamed Azmin Ali

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