johor election 2022 results

johor election results live|johor election 2022 results live|johor election 2022 live result|live johor election result:The Johor legislative assembly election has concluded and the results are being tallied.This live report will provide updates on the results as they are announced.All polling centres in the Johor polls have officially closed.The respective party leaders are now heading to their command centres where they will hold a parallel tally to the Election Commission’s (EC).The final turnout that the Election Commission (EC) published at 4pm was 50 percent.

Among the early birds were two former Johor menteris besar Mohamed Khaled Nordin and Sahruddin Jamal.Khaled, who did not contest in the election this time, cast his vote at SK Taman Rinting 1, Pasir Gudang for the Permas seat, while Sahruddin, who is the Perikatan Nasional (PN) candidate for Bukit Kepong, voted at SJK Cina Lenga, Pagoh in Muar.A total of 1,021 polling stations were opened for the voting process today to allow 2,539,606 ordinary voters, out of 2,597,742 registered voters, to exercise their rights.

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There are 239 candidates from 15 political parties contesting for 56 state seats in this state election.Most polling centres will close at 6pm today while 41 centres will close at 4pm, 15 polling stations at 2pm, two at 1pm and one polling centre with only a couple of channels will close at 11am.Meanwhile, PN chairperson Muhyiddin Yassin and his wife Noorainee Abdul Rahman arrived at the polling centre at SMK Sri Muar at 9.05am to cast their votes for the Maharani state seat.

Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced that the coalition had secured 31 out of 56 state assembly seats as of 10.30pm.

“Congratulations to Johor BN’s Datuk Hasni Mohammad.At present, the unofficial results show 31 but we are hoping for more, as official figures from the Election Commission (EC) come in,” said Ahmad Zahid briefly at the BN Command Centre along Jalan Yahya Awal here tonight.His announcement was greeted by cheers from hundreds of BN supporters who thronged to the BN Command Centre to watch the unofficial results.

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Barisan Nasional (BN) has won the Johor elections after securing 29 seats, the minimum needed to form the state government, unofficial results indicate.There are 56 seats in the Johor state assembly.BN will need to win another nine seats to achieve a two-thirds majority.

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With Barisan Nasional notching up another landslide election victory in Johor last night, the success of the youth party, Muda, in securing one seat highlights the dismal showing of the other parties.

Pakatan Harapan, which had 27 seats in the old state assembly, was cut down by half and Perikatan Nasional could only muster three seats after having won 12 in 2018.

Winner: Barisan Nasional/Umno

An obvious pick, and winners in more ways than one. Not only did the coalition secure power in the state, it also managed to maintain momentum from its other dominant state election wins in Melaka and Sarawak.

Influential Umno leaders had already been pushing Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob to call for an early general election, and last night’s results will only make these calls grow louder and harder to ignore.

After securing a two-thirds majority in three straight elections, the bloc will likely be confident it will bounce back strongly from the shock loss it incurred in 2018.

Loser: Pakatan Harapan

After Melaka, Johor represents the second state that PH failed to retain after having won it in 2018.

It’s been a long few months for the coalition, which was marred by rumbles of disunity within its ranks. PKR’s decision to ditch the PH logo in Johor and use its own raised eyebrows, with even coalition partners DAP and Amanah both taking veiled jabs at their coalition ally.

PH faces an uphill battle if it is to return to being the political force it was in 2018. A general election could not come at a worse time, and its opponents are likely to know it and will seek to capitalise on the coalition’s weaknesses.

Winner: Muda

The youth party managed to pick up a seat in its first election, with its secretary-general Amira Aisya Abd Aziz winning in Puteri Wangsa.

While it didn’t see the same success in the six other constituencies it vied for, it’s still undoubtedly an important touchstone for a party that many doubted, given that its charismatic founder, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, who is Muar MP, was not contesting for a state seat.

The win gives the party a much sought-after legitimacy, and suggests one of the country’s newest parties may be here to stay.

Loser: PKR

The Anwar Ibrahim-led party had another poor election showing, having been wiped out in both Melaka and Sarawak.

It faired marginally better in Johor however, managing to pick up the Bukit Batu seat by the narrowest of margins. However, this is still four fewer than it won in 2018.

One of the bigger surprises of the night was former education minister Maszlee Malik’s loss in Layang-Layang. A splashy new addition to the party, Maszlee had been tipped as a potential menteri besar in the run up to the polls.

Loser: Pejuang

Another newcomer facing its first election, the Dr Mahathir Mohamad-led party made a statement of intent when it announced it would contest 42 seats, more than any other party.

Unfortunately, it didn’t win a single one.

With its chairman Mahathir not planning to contest in GE15, that leaves his son Mukhriz as Pejuang’s lone prominent figure. Given the way it stumbled out of the gate in Johor, it’ll take some doing to reverse its fortunes should a general election be held soon.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Tanjung Surat seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Sungai Balang seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PN has won the Endau seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PN has won the Maharani seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PN’s Dr Sahruddin Jamal has won the Bukit Kepong seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: Johor Amanah chief Aminolhuda Hassan has lost to the BN candidate in Parit Yaani.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Larkin seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Bekok seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PN has won the Maharani seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Kota Iskandar seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Tiram seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Senggarang seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Panti seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: Muda’s Amira Aisya Abd Aziz has won the Puteri Wangsa seat.

• Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob surrounded by BN supporters chanting “dissolve Parliament”.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Permas seat.

• Chants of “Bubar, bubar” echoed around the BN war room, alluding to dissolving Parliament to making way for GE15.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Serom seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Bukit Pasir seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Pulai Sebatang seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PN’s Dr Sahruddin Jamal has won the Bukit Kepong seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Pekan Nanas seat.

• OFFICIAL: BN has won the Johor Lama seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PH’s Liew Chin Tong has won the Perling seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN’s Puad Zarkashi has won the Rengit seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: MIC wins all of the four seats that it contested, according to Bernama.

• Votes will be recounted for the Bukit Batu seat, Umno secretary-general Ahmad Maslan says.

• UNOFFICIAL: PKR has won the Bukit Batu seat by just 115 votes.

• UNOFFICIAL: Pejuang’s Shahruddin Salleh loses in Machap to the BN candidate.

• PKR leads in Bukit Batu but with a razor thin 12 vote majority over BN. There is only one more polling channel left to be counted. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Kempas with over 8,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PKR’s Maszlee Malik loses in Layang-Layang to the BN candidate.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Bukit Naning seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Gambir seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Paloh seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Kahang seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: PH has won the Bentayan seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Pemanis seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Parit Raja seat.

• Muda’s Amira Aisya Abd Aziz is leading in Puteri Wangsa with over 16,900 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• PH is leading in Penggaram with over 17,500 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Mengkibol with over 14,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Johor Jaya with over 19,700 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Stulang with over 11,500 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Skudai with over 13,600 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Senai with over 14,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Tangkak with over 8,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Bentayan with over 10,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 18,600 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has secured a two-thirds majority in the state assembly.

• PH is leading in Skudai with over 13,600 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the seats needed to form the Johor state government.

• Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob arrives at the BN war room.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN has won the Tenang seat.

• Muted atmosphere in the war rooms of PH and PN as BN leads in most seats.

• PN is leading in Endau with over 3,400 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• PH is leading in Penggaram with over 16,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Mengkibol with over 7,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Bentayan with over 8,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN’s menteri besar candidate Hasni Mohammad has won the Benut seat.

• BN is leading in Larkin with over 2,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN’s Puad Zarkashi is leading in Rengit with 5,300 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 18,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PN is leading in Maharani with over 2,200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PN’s Dr Sahruddin Jamal is leading in Bukit Kepong with 7,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN’s Ling Tian Soon has won the Yong Peng seat.

• UNOFFICIAL: BN’s Jefridin Atan has won the Kukup seat.

• BN is leading in Pekan Nanas with over 6,800 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• BN is leading in Bukit Permai with over 6,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Pulai Sebatang with over 2,817 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Bukit Batu with over 5,651 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Kukup with over 10,300 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• PH is leading in Johor Jaya with over 16,900 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Senai with over 10,200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 16,900 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN’s Hasni Mohammad is leading in Benut with over 8,500 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• BN is leading in Kota Iskandar with over 10,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Permas with over 12,500 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• BN is leading in Kempas with over 2,200 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 14,500 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Johor Jaya with over 14,900 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Stulang with over 5,300 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Skudai with over 6,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Senai with over 8,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• Muda’s Amira Aisya Abd Aziz is trailing in Puteri Wangsa. The BN candidate is leading with over 6,000 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• PH is leading in Bentayan with over 7,500 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Yong Peng with over 6,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Penggaram with over 13,500 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Mengkibol with over 7,800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Tiram with over 5,600 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Sedili with over 1,251 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat

• BN’s incumbent menteri besar Hasni Mohammad arrives at the coalition’s war room and is greeted warmly by supporters.

• BN is leading in Pekan Nanas with over 5,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Paloh with over 2,179 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Pasir Raja with over 2,900 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• BN is leading in Kahang with over 4,430 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• BN is leading in Mahkota with over 3,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Jementah with over 5,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 13,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Bentayan with over 6,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Penggaram with over 10,600 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• Former prime minister Najib Razak arrives at BN war room. Cries of “Hidup Bossku” heard.

 Umno secretary-general Ahmad Maslan claims BN is leading in 43 of 56 seats.

• Pejuang’s Shahruddin Salleh is trailing in Machap. The BN candidate has over 1,501 votes. In GE14, BN won the seat.

• PH is leading in Johor Jaya with over 10,500 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PKR’s Maszlee Malik is trailing in Layang-Layang. The BN candidate is leading with over 700 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• PN is leading in Maharani with over 1,155 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 11,200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Aminolhuda Hassan is leading in Parit Yaani with 1,286 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Sri Medan with over 2,400 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• BN is leading in Semerah with over 3,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Salahuddin Ayub is trailing in Simpang Jeram. The PN candidate is leading with 665 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Mengkibol with over 6,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Penggaram with over 5,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PN’s Dr Sahruddin Jalam is leading in Bukit Kepong with 1,064 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 8,000 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Bukit Permai with over 1,400 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Skudai with over 2,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Yong Peng with over 1,400 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• Muda’s Amira Aisya Abd Aziz is trailing in Puteri Wangsa. The BN candidate is leading with over 1,300 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Kota Iskandar with over 1,400 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Stulang with over 1,200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Penggarang with over 2,300 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Mengkibol with over 3,100 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH is leading in Johor Jaya with over 3,200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Jementah with over 1,200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong is leading in Perling with over 700 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Kukup with over 1,000 votes. In GE14, BN won the seat.

• PH is leading in Senai with over 800 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• As of 6.50pm, BN leads in 7 seats, PH (1 seat), Perikatan Nasional (1 seat), Warisan (1 seat).

• Warisan leads in Permas with over 3,000 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• PH’s Liew Chin Tong leads in Perling with over 200 votes. In GE14, PH won the seat.

• BN is leading in Johor Jaya with over 575 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Paloh with over 800 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Tanjung Surat with over 400 votes. In GE14, BN won this seat.

• BN is leading in Tenang with over 118 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Mahkota with over 200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Maharani with over 600 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• BN is leading in Bekok with over 200 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

• PN is leading in Jementah with 164 votes. In GE14, PH won this seat.

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