Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah

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Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah

احمد هوسني بن محمد هانذله
Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah.png
Malaysia's former Second Finance Minister
Second Minister of Finance
In office
10 April 2009 – 27 June 2016
Monarch Mizan Zainal Abidin
Abdul Halim
Prime Minister Najib Razak
Deputy 1. Awang Adek Hussin (2009-2013)
2. Chor Chee Heung (2009-2010)
3. Donald Lim Siang Chai (2010-2013)
4. Ahmad Maslan (2013-2015)
5. Chua Tee Yong (2014-2016)
6. Johari Abdul Ghani (2015-2016)
Preceded by Nor Mohamed Yakcop
Succeeded by Johari Abdul Ghani
Constituency Tambun
Deputy Minister of Finance I
In office
19 March 2008 – 9 April 2009
Serving with Kong Cho Ha
Monarch Mizan Zainal Abidin
Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (2008)
Nor Mohamed Yakcop (2008-2009)
Najib Razak (2008-2009)
Preceded by Ng Yen Yen
Succeeded by Awang Adek Hussin
Constituency Tambun
Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry
In office
27 March 2004 – 18 March 2008
Serving with 1. Mah Siew Keong (2004-2006)
2. Ng Lip Yong (2006-2008)
Monarch Sirajuddin
Mizan Zainal Abidin
Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Minister Rafidah Aziz
Preceded by Kerk Choo Ting
Succeeded by 1. Liew Vui Keong
2. Jacob Dungau Sagan
Constituency Tambun
Member of the Malaysian Parliament
for Tambun
In office
25 April 1995 – 10 May 2018
Preceded by Nawawi Mat Awin (UMNO-BN)
Succeeded by Ahmad Faizal Azumu (BERSATU-PH)
Majority 26,639 (1995)
7,084 (1999)
17,360 (2004)
5,386 (2008)
9,325 (2013)
Personal details
Born
Ahmad Husni bin Mohamad Hanadzlah

(1952-07-21) 21 July 1952 (age 66)
Perak, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
Citizenship Malaysian
Political party United Malays National Organisation (UMNO)
Other political
affiliations
Barisan Nasional (BN)
Spouse(s) Fauziah Kamarudin
Alma mater University of Malaya
Bachelor's degree (Economics)
Occupation Politician, economist

Dato' Seri Haji Ahmad Husni bin Mohamad Hanadzlah (Jawi: احمد هوسني بن محمد هانذله; born 21 July 1952) is the former Second Minister of Finance of Malaysia.[1] He was appointed on 10 April 2009 when Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak became Prime Minister. He was also the Member of Parliament for Tambun for five terms from April 1995 to May 2018.[2] He is a member of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), a major component party in the Malaysia's opposition Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition.

Husni was educated at the University of Malaya. He entered the government sector in 1984 as general manager of the Perak State Islamic Economic Corporation.[3] Ahmad Husni was a Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry and Deputy Finance Minister before becoming a minister.[3]

Election results

Parliament of Malaysia[4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]
Year Constituency Government Votes Pct Opponent(s) Votes Pct Ballots
cast
Majority Turnout
1995 Tambun Ahmad Husni
Hanadzlah

(UMNO)
33,224 78% Abd Rahman
Md Nur
(S46)
6,585 15% 42,732 26,639 72.96
1999 Ahmad Husni
Hanadzlah

(UMNO)
24,595 55% Khairuddin
Abd Malik
(PAS)
17,511 39% 44,832 7,084 70.74
2004 Ahmad Husni
Hanadzlah

(UMNO)
31,824 67% Khairuddin
Abd Malik
(PAS)
9,950 30% 47,571 17,360 72.94
2008 Ahmad Husni
Hanadzlah

(UMNO)
27,942 54% Mohd Asri
Othman
(PKR)
22,556 44% 51,844 5,386 75.17
2013 Ahmad Husni
Hanadzlah

(UMNO)
42,093 55% Siti Aishah
Shaik Ahmad
(PKR)
32,768 43% 76,275 9,325 85.29
2018 Ahmad Husni
Hanadzlah
(UMNO)
33,341 38% Ahmad Faizal
Azumu

(PPBM)
38,661 44% 88,920 5,320 82.51
Muhd Zulkifli
Mohd Zakaria
(PAS)
14,948 17%

Honours

See also

References

  1. ^ "Speech By YB Dato' Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah at the Launch of SC Capital Market Graduate Training Programme". Perbendaharaan Malaysia. Archived from the original on 8 June 2009. Retrieved 7 November 2009.
  2. ^ "Ahmad Husni bin Mohamad Hanadzlah, Y.B. Dato' Seri" (in Malay). Parliament of Malaysia. Retrieved 14 June 2010.
  3. ^ a b "Najib Keeps Finance Portfolio, Names Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah As 2nd Finance Minister". Bernama. 9 April 2009. Retrieved 14 November 2009.
  4. ^ "Malaysia Decides 2008". The Star. Archived from the original on 9 April 2008. Retrieved 25 January 2010. Percentage figures are calculated based on total turnout.
  5. ^ "Keputusan Pilihan Raya Umum Parlimen/Dewan Undangan Negeri" (in Malay). Election Commission of Malaysia. Retrieved 4 February 2017. Percentage figures based on total turnout.
  6. ^ "Malaysia General Election". undiinfo Malaysian Election Data. Malaysiakini. Retrieved 4 February 2017. Results only available from the 2004 election.
  7. ^ "KEPUTUSAN PILIHAN RAYA UMUM 13". Sistem Pengurusan Maklumat Pilihan Raya Umum (in Malay). Election Commission of Malaysia. Retrieved 24 March 2017.
  8. ^ "my undi : Kawasan & Calon-Calon PRU13 : Keputusan PRU13 (Archived copy)". www.myundi.com.my. Archived from the original on 30 March 2014. Retrieved 9 April 2014.
  9. ^ "Keputusan Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13". Utusan Malaysia. Retrieved 26 October 2014.
  10. ^ "SEMAKAN KEPUTUSAN PILIHAN RAYA UMUM KE - 14" (in Malay). Election Commission of Malaysia. Retrieved 17 May 2018. Percentage figures based on total turnout.
  11. ^ "The Star Online GE14". The Star. Retrieved 24 May 2018. Percentage figures based on total turnout.
  12. ^ a b "SEMAKAN PENERIMA DARJAH KEBESARAN, BINTANG DAN PINGAT". Prime Minister's Department (Malaysia). Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  13. ^ "Perak Sultan's 81st Birthday Honours List". The Star. 24 April 2009. Retrieved 17 November 2018.
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