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Malaysia This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Malaysia Constitution Constitution Social contract Human rights Monarchy Yang di-Pertuan Agong Mizan Zainal Abidin Conference of Rulers Government Prime Minister Najib Razak Cabinet List of members Civil Service Parliament Dewan Negara President Dewan Rakyat Speaker Opposition Judiciary Federal Court Court of Appeal High Courts Elections Election Commission Political parties Last election Foreign Policy Foreign relations Subdivisions States and federal territories State legislatures Federal Territories Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view · talk · edit The sixth Sarawak state election commenced from 27 to 28 September 1991. This election functioned to elect 56 state representatives into the Sarawak State Assembly. This election saw 72.8% of the eligible voters to cast their votes.[1] Sarawak Barisan Nasional (BN) fielded candidates for all 56 seats, followed by Sarawak Dayak People's Party (PBDS) (34 seats), Parti Negara Rakyat Sarawak (NEGARA) (28 seats), Democratic Action Party (DAP) (18 seats), and Persatuan Rakyat Malaysia Sarawak (PERMAS) (12 seats). There were 19 independents vying for 16 seats. A total of 167 candidates was successfully nominated on the nomination day.[1] After the Ming Court Affair in 1987, PERMAS which was founded by Abdul Rahman Ya'kub (the uncle of Abdul Taib Mahmud) in 1987 continued his final bid with PBDS in this election to topple the Taib led Sarawak BN. Before this, PERMAS and PBDS lost narrowly in 1987 state election. However, Sarawak BN won with a larger majority this time. PERMAS won none of the seats in this election and was dissolved not long after in 1991. Results The Sarawak BN won a total 49 out of 56 seats in the state assembly, including 2 seats won uncontested. The remaining seats were won by PBDS. The full list of elected representatives is shown below:[2] No. State Constituency Elected State Assembly Members Elected Party BN 49 | PBDS 7 | PERMAS 0 | NEGARA 0 | DAP 0 | IND 0 N01 Tanjung Datu Datuk Ramsay Noel Jitam BN N02 Tasik Biru Datuk Patau Rubis BN N03 Pantai Damai Datin Paduka Sharifah Mordiah Tuanku Fauzi [nb 1] BN N04 Sejingkat Dr Abang Haji Draup Zamahari BN N05 Tupong Haji Daud bin Abdul Rahman BN N06 Satok Datuk Abang Johari Tun Abang Haji Openg BN N07 Padungan Song Swee Guan BN N08 Pending Sim Kheng Hui BN N09 Batu Lintang Chan Seng Khai BN N10 Batu Kawah Chong Kiun Kong BN N11 Bengoh William Tanyuh Anak Nub BN N12 Asajaya Datuk Patinggi Abdul Taib Mahmud BN N13 Muara Tuang Datuk Adenan bin Haji Satem BN N14 Tarat Frederick Bayoi Anak Manggie BN N15 Tebedu Michael Ben BN N16 Semera Wan Abdul Wahab BN N17 Simunjan Mohd. Naroden Bin Majais BN N18 Sebuyau Julaihi Bin Narawi BN N19 Beladin Bolhassan Bin Di BN N20 Bukit Begunan Daniel Tajem Anak Miri PBDS N21 Simanggang Michael Pilo Anak Gangga BN N22 Engkilili Toh Heng San BN N23 Batang Ai Dublin Unting Anak Ingkot PBDS N24 Saribas Dr. Haji Wahbi Haji Junaidi [nb 1] BN N25 Layar Datuk Amar Alfred Jabu Anak Numpang BN N26 Kalaka Abdul Wahab Bin Aziz BN N27 Krian Peter Nyarok Anak Entre BN N28 Belawai Hamden Bin Ahmad BN N29 Serdeng Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar BN N30 Matu-Daro Wahab Haji Dollah BN N31 Meradong Thomas Hii King Hiong BN N32 Repok David Teng Lung Chi BN N33 Pakan William Mawan Anak Ikom BN N34 Meluan Geman Anak Itam BN N35 Ngemah Gabriel Adit Anak Demong PBDS N36 Machan Gramong Juna BN N37 Dudong Dr Soon Choon Teck BN N38 Bukit Assek Dr Wong Soon Kai BN N39 Bawang Assan Wong Soon Koh BN N40 Seduan Ting Ing Mieng BN N41 Dalat Datuk Effendi Norwawi BN N42 Balingian Abdul Ajis Bin Abdul Majeeb BN N43 Tamin Joseph Entulu Belaun PBDS N44 Kakus John Sikie Anak Tayai PBDS N45 Pelagus Dato Sng Chee Hua PBDS N46 Katibas Ambrose Blikau Anak Entruan BN N47 Baleh Dr James Jemut Masing PBDS N48 Belaga Nyipa Bato BN N49 Kemena Datuk Celestine Ujang Anak Jilan BN N50 Kidurong Michael Sim BN N51 Lambir Usop Bin Wahab BN N52 Piasau Datuk Dr George Chan Hong Nam BN N53 Marudi Datuk Edward Jeli BN N54 Telang Usan Datuk Balan Seling BN N55 Limbang Datuk Amar James Wong Kim Min BN N56 Lawas Awang Tengah Ali Hassan BN ^ a b Won uncontested References ^ a b Report on the state legislative assembly general elections for Sarawak, 1996 (Malay-English bilingual version). Election Commission of Malaysia. URL accessed on 6 August 2010 ^ "Keputusan Pilihan Raya Umum Parlimen/Dewan Undangan Negeri (in Malay)". Election Commission of Malaysia. http://semak.spr.gov.my/spr/laporan/5_KedudukanAkhir.php. Retrieved 5 August 2010.  v · d · e State elections in Malaysia Sabah 1967 · 1971 · 1976 · 1981 · 1985 · 1986 · 1990 · 1994 · 1999 · 2004 · 2008 Sarawak 1969 · 1974 · 1979 · 1983 · 1987 · 1991 · 1996 · 2001 · 2006 · 2011 Singapore 1963 This Malaysian elections-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e