KUALA LUMPUR, July 23 – Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) has unveiled its list of 58 candidates who will be contesting in the upcoming state elections (PRN) next month. The announcement was made by PKR’s President, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who revealed that out of the total candidates, 20 will compete in Selangor, six in Negeri Sembilan, and 13 in Penang. Additionally, PKR will field 10 candidates in Kedah, six in Kelantan, and three in Terengganu.

However, Anwar Ibrahim mentioned that he will delay contesting in Kota Lama (N9) in Kelantan due to recent changes involving Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah). The announcement was made during the PKR Candidate Announcement Night at Padang Awam MBSA on Saturday. In a separate election event, PKR will also be contesting in the Kuala Terengganu Parliamentary by-election after the court invalidated the victory of the PAS candidate. PKR’s candidate for this election is Mohd Azan Ismail.

Meanwhile, the Deputy President of Amanah, Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub, stated that the party is expected to contest more than 30 state seats in the August PRN. Amanah will contest nine seats in Selangor, seven in Kelantan, and three in Negeri Sembilan. There are plans for Amanah to contest three or four seats in Terengganu and seven or eight in Kedah. The full list of PKR candidates for the six states’ PRN is as follows:

Selangor:

  1. N09 Permatang – Mohd Yahya Mat Sahri
  2. N10 Bukit Melawati – Thiban Subramaniam
  3. N11 Ijok – Amidi Abdul Manan
  4. N14 Rawang – Chua Wei Kiat
  5. N16 Sungai Tua – Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari
  6. N18 Hulu Kelang – Juwairiya Zulkifli
  7. N19 Bukit Antarabangsa – Mohd Kamri Kamaruddin
  8. N20 Lembah Jaya – Syed Ahmad Syed Abdul Rahman Alhadad (Altimet)
  9. N25 Kajang – David Cheong
  10. N32 Seri Setia – Fahmi Ngah
  11. N33 Taman Medan – Ahmad Akhir Paw
  12. N37 Bukit Lanjan – Phua Pei Lei
  13. N38 Paya Jaras – Khairuddin Othman
  14. N39 Kota Damansara – Amin bin Yazid
  15. N40 Kota Anggerik – Najwan Halimi
  16. N43 Sementa – Erni Afrishah Azizi
  17. N46 Pelabuhan Klang – Azmizam Zaman Huri
  18. N48 Sentosa – Gunarajah R George
  19. N49 Sungai Kandis – Zawawi Ahmad Mughni
  20. N54 Tanjong Sepat – Borhan Aman Shah

Kelantan:

  1. N3 Pasir Pekan – Damansari ibharim
  2. N7 Panchor – Syed Ali Dustur Syed Mohd Zain
  3. N14 Chetok – Ezzat Hanuzi
  4. N18 Pasir Tumbuh – Naziratul Aini Sayuti
  5. N30 Limbongan – Dr Shamsudin Abdul Ghani
  6. N39 Mengkebang – Shukri Ishak

Terengganu:

  1. N13 Wakaf Mempelam – Wan Muhamad Haikal Wan Ghazali
  2. N22 Manir – Mohd Jusoh
  3. N27 Sura – Othman Omar

Penang:

  1. N3 Pinang Tunggal – Zainuddin Mohd
  2. N6 Telok Ayer Tawar – Mohsin Md Sharif
  3. N10 Seberang Jaya – Johari Kassim
  4. N12 Penanti – Rohsidi Hussin
  5. N14 Machang Bubok – Lee Khai Loon
  6. N17 Bukit Tengah – Gooi Hsiao Leung
  7. N18 Bukit Tambun – Goh Choon Aik
  8. N20 Sungai Bakap – Norhidayah Che Ros
  9. N24 Kebun Bunga – Lee Boon Heung
  10. N35 Batu Uban – Kumaresan Arumugam
  11. N36 Pantai Jerejak – Fahmi Zainol
  12. N37 Batu Maung – Prof Dr Mohd Abdul Hamid
  13. N39 Pulau Betong – Mohd Tuah Ismail

Kedah:

  1. N2 Kuah – Ahmad Fauzi Chik
  2. N6 Jitra – Sabrina Ahmad
  3. N10 Bukit Penang – Datuk Hazir Mat Zain
  4. N12 Suka Menanti – Zamri Yusuf
  5. N22 Gurun – Firdaus Johari
  6. N25 Bukit Selambau – R Sumtaraju
  7. N28 Bakar Arang – Adam Low Wee Chai
  8. N29 Sidam – Baw W Intharath
  9. N34 Lunas – Cikgu Shamsul Abdullah
  10. N35 Kulim – Awang Teh Lean Ong

Negeri Sembilan:

  1. N29 Chuah – Yew Boon Lye
  2. N13 Sikamat – Aminuddin bin Harun
  3. N14 Ampangan – Tengku Zamrah Tengku Sulaiman
  4. N18 Pilah – Nur Zunita Begum
  5. N20 Labu – Ismail Ahmad
  6. N33 Sri Tanjung – Dr Rajasekaran
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