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Yang Berhormat Dato' Yong Khoon Seng Member of the Malaysian Parliament for Stampin, Sarawak Incumbent Assumed office  1999 Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for Padawan, Sarawak In office 1990–1999 Born Betong, Sarawak Political party SUPP—Barisan Nasional Occupation Member of Parliament; pharmacist Dato' Yong Khoon Seng is a Malaysian politician. He is currently the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Stampin constituency in Sarawak, representing the Sarawak United Peoples' Party (SUPP). He is a Deputy Minister for Works in the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition government.[1] Yong entered Parliament in 1990 for the seat of Padawan.[2] He was immediately appointed as a Parliamentary Secretary.[3] Before entering politics, he was a pharmacist, graduating from the University of Queensland.[2] He was born in Betong, Sarawak.[3] Election results Parliament of Malaysia: Padawan, Sarawak[4] Year Barisan Nasional Votes Pct Opposition Votes Pct 1990 Yong Khoon Seng (SUPP) 16,362 61% Cheng Hui Hong (DAP) 9,751 37% 1995 Yong Khoon Seng (SUPP) 19,258 69% Akaw Nonjep (IND) 7,368 26% Parliament of Malaysia: Stampin, Sarawak[4] Year Barisan Nasional Votes Pct Opposition Votes Pct 1999 Yong Khoon Seng (SUPP) 18,810 60% Voon Lee Shan (DAP) 9,913 32% 2004 Yong Khoon Seng (SUPP) 21,155 59% Voon Lee Shan (DAP) 13,424 37% 2008 Yong Khoon Seng (SUPP) 21,966 50% Voon Lee Shan (DAP) 18,896 43% References ^ "Yong Khoon Seng, Y.B. Dato'" (in Malay). Parliament of Malaysia. http://www.parlimen.gov.my/eng-DewRakyat_KedAhli_detail.php?id=174. Retrieved 7 April 2010. [dead link] ^ a b "Pharmacist-turned-politician prescribes development now". New Straits Times (New Straits Times Press). 5 August 1996. http://news.google.com.au/newspapers?id=OJ4WAAAAIBAJ&sjid=WRUEAAAAIBAJ&pg=2390,1802490&dq=yong-khoon-seng&hl=en. Retrieved 7 April 2010.  ^ a b "Yong right man for the new job". New Straits Times (New Straits Times Press). 28 October 1990. http://news.google.com.au/newspapers?id=prYTAAAAIBAJ&sjid=JJADAAAAIBAJ&pg=4110,3908077&dq=yong-khoon-seng&hl=en. Retrieved 7 April 2010. [dead link] ^ a b "Keputusan Pilihan Raya Umum Parlimen/Dewan Undangan Negeri". Election Commission of Malaysia. http://semak.spr.gov.my/spr/laporan/5_KedudukanAkhir.php. Retrieved 7 April 2010.  Percentage figures based on total turnout (including votes for other candidates not listed). v · d · eCurrent Members of the Malaysian House of Representatives (Dewan Rakyat) from Sarawak Barisan Nasional Tiki Lafe (SPDP) · Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (PBB) · Fadillah Yusof (PBB) · Yong Khoon Seng (SUPP) · Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib (PBB) · James Dawos Mamit (PBB) · Richard Riot Jaem (SUPP) · Nancy Shukri (PBB) · Rohani Abdul Karim (PBB) · Masir Kujat (PRS) · William Nyallau Badak (PRS) · Douglas Uggah Embas (PBB) · Jelaing Mersat (SPDP) · Norah Abdul Rahman (PBB) · Wahab Dolah (PBB) · Ding Kuong Hiing (SUPP) · Joseph Salang Gandum (PRS) · Aaron Ago Dagang (PRS) · Tiong Thai King (SUPP) · Leo Michael Toyad (PBB) · Joseph Entulu Belaun (PRS) · Alexander Nanta Linggi (PBB) · Billy Abit Joo (PRS) · Tiong King Sing (SPDP) · Ahmad Lai Bujang (PBB) · Peter Chin Fah Kui (SUPP) · Jacob Dungau Sagan (SPDP) · Hasbi Habibollah (PBB) · Henry Sum Agong (PBB) Pakatan Rakyat Chong Chieng Jen (DAP) · Wong Ho Leng (DAP) Johor • Kedah • Kelantan • Melaka • Negeri Sembilan • Pahang • Perak • Perlis • Pulau Pinang • Sabah • Selangor • Sarawak • Terengganu • Kuala Lumpur • Putrajaya • Labuan Persondata Name Yong Khoon Seng Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Betong, Sarawak Date of death Place of death