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1.The La Plata of LemlarCivil Rights Lovefest“United by the Sea”
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Enrolment in Madrasas for girls reaches all time high as
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| Amidst conflict, Syrian
| television remains strong

| Thousands volunteer as
| Turkish invasion grows
| stronger

| Tishreen F.C crowned
| champions as season
| closes

Turkish invaders continue their barbaric march into ar-Raqqah

Author: Khadija Khoury
July 2, 2022 4:42 P.M

Photographer: Ahmed al-Ayman

Allegedly according to Turkish media, the barbarian Turkish invaders has advanced into the city of ar-Raqqah west of the occupied city of Aleppo. The advance comes after a Turkish coup by the true actors in Turkey, the Turkish Armed Forces, has taken place.

The Turkish invaders have continued on their advance in Syria following their illegal invasion in 2014 under the pretence of so-called 'anti-terrorism', and the subsquent violation of the ceasefire earlier last month when they unreasonably and without reason blockaded Syrian land.

According to the Ministry of Defense, the brave Syrian Islamic Army has continued to hold front against the barbarian invaders, and has preformed well so far. It has also released a statement saying that the cities will be liberated soon.

After illegal Turkish invaders broke the ceasefire, they began advancing into Syria starting from the occupied territories. The barbarian Turkish army then proceeded to invade the Kurdish North-East and executed a brutal and inhumane siege against the city of Idlib.

Grand Wazir Ghazi al-Nurman was seen on the ground assisting troops prepare and giving rousing speeches to the soldiers in order to prepare them against the invaders.

"We will kick out any invader, and ensure our sovereignty, preserve our Islamic Revolution, and continue towards the path of development unique to us. The Qur'an is our constitution, Shari'a our legislation, and the Sunnah as our guiding way of life. We will fight tooth and nail to protect our righteous land!" he said in one speech


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A new path to food security? A $5 billion farming project in the North

The Central People's Government has unveiled a rural development plan which is set to increase economic opportunities in the Hulun Buir area and increase the region's agricultural output.

The $5 billion USD plan will also see the construction of 18 new aeroponic facilities, which are scattered across low-density settlements such as the Morin Dawa Daur Autonomous Banner or the Ewenki Autonomous Banner. These aeroponic farms grow plants primarily by spraying them with nutrient-rich water solutions without having to use soil or any aggregate mediums. Hydro-atomized sprays that minimize water use and increase root oxygenation will be used to produce better growth outcomes. Other benefits to utilising aeroponic technologies include reduced disease transmission, cost efficiency, and ease of operation.

To provide the necessary water for these projects, water will be reclaimed from effluent produced in urban settlements. A three-stage reclamation process is employed, which makes use of microfiltration and ultrafiltration technology, reverse osmosis, and finally UV disinfection. This purges the water from most, if not all pathogens, and renders it drinkable immediately afterwards. A fleet of 40 tankers has been commissioned to provide day-to-day water transport services for the project.

In addition to the water reclamation efforts and aeroponic facilities, the new plan would also invest heavily into training and education to help local farmers learn about growing crops without soil. Provincial authorities will collaborate with the CPG to to construct an Agricultural Research and Training Institute (ARTI) in the city of Manzhouli, where scientists and technicians would work one-on-one with farmers in the field to help improve both the quality and profitability of local crops. The ARTI would engage in regular experimentation of hydroponics, aquaponics, in-vitro (plant tissue culture), and aeroponics growing methods, while also introducing the rice-fish system of agriculture in controlled environments to the cold, dry region.

Bangkok Times | Murder Suspect Hops Border Amid Manhunt

Tai Border Policy Dealt an Awkward Failure | June 23 2022

The brutal murder of two Thai nationals outside a train station in the Chinese province of Taiwan, a young woman and her husband, has led to a large-scale manhunt for the two prime suspects, who were tracked down in Chiang Mai before presumably slipping across the border into Myanmar. The suspects are both known to be Tai nationals with no family connections to the victims. The motive and circumstance that lay behind the killings remain a matter of some speculation.

The manhunt began with the brother of the murdered woman presenting a petition to Chiang Mai Provincial Security Director Colonel Weerachon Boonthawee insisting that he had spotted a man he knew to be involved in the killings in Chiang Mai. The young man met with Colonel Boonthawee to present images and evidence of the suspects presence in Chiang Mai, which the local police forces corroborated shortly thereafter. The Director accepted the petition and agreed to proceed preparing to apprehend the suspect, though he was unwilling at the time to provide details to the public as to the nature of the planned operation. It appears that shortly prior to their apprehension, one or both of the accused fled the city. Three dwellings used by the killers were searched in detail, with very limited evidence of the men’s presence or intentions being uncovered.

One of the accused was later confirmed to have crossed the border into Myanmar, while the other was captured on the 21st of June hiding out in a village just across from the border. Proposals as to how the remaining suspect could be retrieved from Burmese territory have been raised, including negotiations with the nation’s ruling junta, with which the TSPR lacks an extradition treaty. It is entirely unknown if the man had any assistance crossing the border, or if he has any relations in neighbouring Shan State.

The TSPR’s relationship with the Shan State Army, the separatist rebels occupying the border region, are complex and often uneasy. The historical collusion between the Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS) and the Tai Communist Party has been an open secret for several decades, with shipments of weapons clearly originating from TPLA stores often finding their way across the border throughout the 1980s and 90s. While Shan refugees fleeing crackdowns by the central Burmese government were in many cases allowed to cross the border at will provided they make themselves known at KKMR border posts. However the decline of the Communist Party of Burma and Tailand’s economic difficulties following the end of the Cold War has seen the links across the frontier zone become frayed and uncertain. The Shan rebels have since taken assistance from a wide range of sources, largely replacing Tai support, and the movement has dropped the Tai nationalist tones from its ideological rhetoric. Meanwhile, concerns regarding drug trafficking and illegal logging have seen KKMR border control become much harsher.

The disappearance of a major suspect in a case that has so deeply frustrated Tai authorities has thus sparked renewed discussions as to how the TSPR ought to approach its border policy with such an unusual and unpredictable neighbour. Several emerging border hawks in both the Central Committee and Federal Congress have suggested the TSPR further increase security, reducing the political significance of Tai fraternal connection in favour of enforcing absolute national integrity. Many technocrats and leading members of the TPLA establishment have also found themselves in this camp, pushing for closer ties with the ruling junta of Myanmar than allowing Tai interests to be dictated by unreliable separatists.

However, the very public expansion of refugee camps along the Tai-Myanmar border into sprawling shantytowns over the last two years has given a disreputable name to those calling for tighter restrictions. These settlements have become a new node in the heroin trade and are also known to act as staging points for illicit activities of various kinds.

The situation at the border was not wholly better in the days before these restrictions and the relatively free movement over the Shan State border allowed for persistent criminal activity. Despite this, several lower-ranking KKMR Border Troops have attested that their control over the traffic was far greater when cordial arrangements were the norm and it allowed the resources of the Border Troops to be concentrated where most vital, rather than stretched across entire regions or tied up administering refugee camps.

As it stands it appears to be highly likely that high-profile criminal activity will continue to grow at the Tai-Shan border, with consistent rule of law highly difficult to maintain. The KKMR has continually been reconfiguring itself to find the most efficient ways to combat the challenge, though it is unlikely to be able to fully address the problem without a thorough reassessment of these policies at both a local and national level.


The victims are known to have moved to Taiwan at some point in the last two years, seeking to make use of connections to the local business community, where many wealthy emigre Tais have garnered significant holdings. The family, though modest, was known to be close with one of the major aristocratic clans which relocated to Taiwan in the midst of the Tai Revolution, reforming themselves as property magnates and market manipulators. A business deal gone wrong seems to be the likely motive behind these murders, but whether the killers were merely frustrated partners in these dealings or the hired hands of a third-party is unclear.

How the suspect managed to enter Tailand and travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai without local authorities being notified or made aware remains somewhat unclear. The hard-nosed civilian border officials at Bangkok customs are unused to facing embarrassments of this kind, with the bulk of smuggling activity and illegal border crossings occuring at the Republic’s physical frontiers where these systems remain less sophisticated. The response from the Tai People’s Ministry for Internal Affairs (KKMR) has been an uncharacteristically open one. In a recent press conference Minister Patchara Anantasilp has admitted that the KKMR was not aware number of assailants, their nationality or their location until informed nearly a week after the murders by the Taiwanese police. Frustration among the police rank-and-file with the failure of Taiwanese authorities to apprehend the murderer within Taiwan, or at least to report the arrival of a wanted criminal into Tailand is widespread. Minister Anantasilp was quoted as saying:

“The Tai government is deeply disappointed with this total failure of communication between Taiwanese and Tai police and border forces. While we do not deny the flaws in our border protection institutions, these institutions are fundamentally reliant on honesty and clarity and can not be expected to perform their roles adequately without clear information to develop plans of action. The public nature of this rift presents a concerning development and opens the possibility for increases in smuggling, human trafficking and other forms of criminal activity that plague every nation in our region. If the trust and communication between our law enforcement are failing it is our people and their livelihoods who suffer. It is my absolute pledge that the KKMR will ensure that Tailand's borders are protected, that our region is secure from criminal activity and that our neighbours and partners understand how vital trust and honesty between nations will be in achieving that goal.”

A spokesman for the Ministry of Internal Affairs has stated that the KKMR now has concrete short-term plans to increase funding to its international relations branch in hopes of improving relationships and communication with its South-East Asian and East Asian partners. An internal investigation has also begun into how the TSPR’s border security can be modernised and improved.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs| وزارة الشئون الخارجية and Office of the President| مكتب الرئيس Joint Communique

Nazahah Arabiyan Embassy in Turkiye Closed, Diplomats Brought Home; IRNA (Islamic Republic of Nazahah Arabiya) Formally Cuts of All Ties With Illegitimate Coup Regime in Turkiye and Denounces Its Aggression Against Syria

Bismillah ar-Rahman, ar-Raheem, as-salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. We in the IRNA strongly denounce the military coup in The Turkish-State, calling on the coup government to step down as soon as possible and establish a civilian-military transitional government which shall then hold elections as soon as possible. We also strongly denounce the brutal aggression of said country against the brotherly nation of Islamic Republic of Syria and are currently considering sanctions against the top military leaders of Turkiye as a response. So far, we have shuttered our embassy in Turkiye, brought home our ambassadors, seized the embassy of Turkiye in our country and are deporting the ambassadors back to their rogue military state. We have formally ended all ties and recognition of Turkiye, as we consider them a rogue state at the moment.

We strongly support the people and government of Syria in their struggle against the Turkish invaders, and once again extend an invitation to support them in any way possible, if they are so interested in such an offer. May Allah SWT bless their martyrs with the highest ranks in Jannah, and punish the corrupt aggressors in this life and the next for their heinous crimes, Ameen.

Hussein al-Qurayshi/حسين القريشي,
Foreign Minister of the IRNA

Abdullah al-Karim/عبدالله الكريم,
President of the IRNA

            Brushtail Engineering
            A new era for Comeng-Bombardier Transport Australia
            July 3rd

In 1921, Smith and Waddington was founded in Camberdown, a southwestern inner-city suburb of Sydney. Originally building custom bodies for motorcars, the company went bankrupt during the depression. It reformed as Waddington Body Works and moved west to Granville, near Parramatta, after the original factory burnt down. The company saw financial difficulty again before being taken over by the Government of Australia in 1946. Waddington Body Works was renamed Australian Federal Engineering. In 1954, they started building rail carriages, and in only a matter of years they started building diesel and electric trains, carriages, buses, and light rail units.

On top of Granville, Australian Federal Engineering set up factories in Rocklea, QLD (1949 and an inner SW suburb of Brisbane), Bassendean, WA (1952 and an E suburb of Perth), and Dandenong, VIC (1954, and an outer SE suburb of Melbourne). The Government sold it's shares in 1957 and was taken over by Australian National Industries in 1982. Granville closed and was demolished in 1989, with the other three factories being sold off in 1990 (Rocklea to minor companies, Dandenong to ABB, and Bassendean to A Goninan & Co).

Dandenong was the last factory to sell. Australian Federal Engineering, who had since become better known by its accronym Ausfeng (AUStralian FEderal ENGineering), was taken over by ABB Transportation, and soon Bombardier Transportation. Bombardier Transportation ran the Dandenong Factory until 2021, when the company was taken over by Alstom. Bombardier Transportation Australia and what very little was left of Ausfeng (it was functionally dead from 1990-2021) was supported by the Australian Government in forming Bombardier Transportation Australia-Ausfeng last March.

Supported heavily by Victorian and Australian governments, Brushtail consists of 5 former Bombardier Transport factories in Dandenong (VIC), Ballarat (VIC), Seaford (SA), Gold Coast (QLD), Wulkuraka (QLD). It has purchased the METRONET factory in Bellevue, WA, and is set to open a new facility in Emu Heights in 2027. Brushtail's main factory in Dandenong will expand it's current site including new offices at 20 South Gippsland Highway, Dandenong South, which will serve as the company's national headquaters. Office and open spaces at the former Bombardier Factory (which was also once an Ausfeng factory) will be redeveloped into manufacturing facilities, as well as purchasing neighbouring blocks of land at 1A Kirkham Road and future plans to buy out all blocks of land in the Dandenong Bypass/Frankston-Dandenong Road/Cranbourne Line block.

Brushtail, similar to Ausfeng, is an abbrevation; Building Rapid [rush] Transportation And rAIL. Brushtail also alludes to the famous Common Brushtail Possum, which is found throughout most of Australia Minor. The possum is often found in urban environments, and is unique to Australia, making it the perfect namesake for Ausfeng and Bombardier Transport Australia's successor.

Brushtail will inherit all Bombardier and Ausfeng projects (including maintanence, administration, and service). Current projects being undertaken by Brushtail are:

E-class trams
G-class trams (2025)
HCMT trains
VLocity trains

G-Link Flexity 2 trams
Shortlisted for Queensland Train Manufacturing Programme (along with Alstom, CAF and Downer Rail)

South Australia:
A-City 4000 class train

Western Australia:
C-class train

    | Polityka
    The Truth, Only and Forever! | Prawda, jedyna i wieczna!

    6 July 2022
    Evening Issue


    WARSZAWA — In the 2020 presidential election, the topic of LGBTQ+ rights was brought up for the first time as a major issue during a Polish presidential election. Despite forward steps being made by the liberal government of Bronislow Komorowski (of the Civic Platform party) in the area of protecting LGBTQ+ rights in a largely Catholic conservative country known for resisting progressive ideals such as same-sex marriage, popular opposition on a substantial level to LGBTQ+ rights remained.

    The 2020 election was held in the wake of nationwide protests by Catholic conservatives and right-wingers who claimed Poland was being destroyed by woke liberals who were attempting to tear down the old order in order to establish ‘a new, pro-America, anti-Poland government’. Polling around that period suggested that 37% of Poles did not support same-sex marriage, the centerpiece of the fight for LGBTQ+ rights in Poland.

    Civic Platform candidate Rafal Trzaskowski ran for the presidency on a platform of respecting LGBTQ+ rights, but made no full commitments to passing legislation to legally protect them. As a result, Trzaskowski was able to pull votes from the center, winning him the election.

    Two years later, President Trzaskowski is set to formally and publicly endorse a bill guaranteeing legal and constitutional protections for all citizens within the Republic of Poland and its borders regardless of their gender orientation, and the opposition led by conservative Leader of the Opposition (and 2020 presidential candidate) Andrzej Duda was left speechless.

    Since the rise of the issue in Poland around post-2015, the conservative nationalist party Law and Justice (PiS) began cementing their policy around LGBTQ+ rights, deeming it ‘immoral and against the rules established by the religion of the Polish people’. As a result, despite their more nationalistic and radicalist tendencies, PiS began gaining support especially after Trzaskowski’s bare 2020 election victory from Polish Catholics who opposed the rise of the LGBTQ+ movement and the increasing possibility that their rights would soon be legally protected by the Polish Constitution.

    By effect, the right-wing has become synonymous with the wider conservative pushback against same-sex marriage and other LGBTQ+ rights. Despite Duda’s PiS and its allies taking on a much more harsher, more hate-oriented tone in recent years in what their opponents call ‘pure insanity and direct racism’, support for them and the right-wing in Poland in general continue to rise as the right is providing the only final shield against ‘woke liberalism’ and the push for more liberal progressive policies in Poland.

    As such, this can be attributed to as one of the main reasons behind the rise of the Polish far-right. A majority of Polish Catholic conservatives do not align with a majority of policies of parties like PiS, but they support them nonetheless because they provide the cover against liberal policies needed.

    Whether or not the Trzaskowski government or the LGBTQ+ community needs to worry about the rise of this far-right and what influence they will have over Poland’s future as a democracy and as a liberal, free state remains to be seen.

Revista Semana
The Supreme Court's decision to halt the Petro's campaign attempt to win through the electoral college, despite losing the popular vote sparks a national reckoning

The electoral college, officially known as the Federation Council is one of the last vestiges of the military dictatorship that ruled Gran Colombia from 1950 until the Midnight Revolution of 1977 prompted the peaceful handover of power from the miliwin tary junta of the dictatorship to a civilian government. At the time, the President of Gran Colombia would be chosen by a group of military officers from each constituent republic at the meeting of the Federation Council every 4 years. Following the implementation of the Federal Constitution of 1978, the electoral college would be transformed to function much like the electoral college of the United States and for decades the system worked. No president in the two-round electoral college system ever lost the popular vote but won the presidency through the Federation Council until in 2010, the then-New Democratic presidential candidate Juan Manuel Santos defeated the Progressive Constitutionalist candidate Guillermo Lasso with 135 electoral votes to Lasso's 125 electoral votes despite Lasso's victory in the popular vote. Confidence in the electoral college system plummeted from 79% before 2010 to just 42% a year later.

Now, Gustavo Petro has tried and failed to win the presidency in an election where he lost the popular vote by over 600,000 votes through the electoral college through his attempt to flip a single department in Ecuador through 967 invalidated ballots that the National Electoral Institute refused to count. The refusal by the INE was backed up by the Supreme Court of the Federation. Confidence in the electoral college has continued to fall, now reaching just 39% in recent polls. As the Federation Council meets tomorrow to officially certify President Marta Lucía Ramírez's re-election victory, dozens of political leaders have begun calling from the end of the electoral college. The President herself addressed supporters earlier this week and called for "comprehensive electoral reform" that included scrapping the electoral college. The Progressive Constitutionalist parliamentary groups in both the House and Senate have announced electoral reform as their highest priorities. The center-left New Democratic Party, despite it's parliamentary alliance with Petro's People's Party, has announced an openness to collaborating with the Progressive Constitutionalists to pass the constitutional reforms to scrap the electoral college.

KBS 뉴스
2022년 6월 7일

Korea Strives Ahead with Solar Photovoltaic Clean Energy Goals

The Korean government is racing ahead with more investment into green energy projects which while previously have been focused on nuclear energy, other areas, in particular, solar and wind have also seen rapid growth with companies such as Hansol Technics and Hyundai Energy Solutions leading the way. As part of the Green Energy Plan up till 2035, the People's Republic will invest US$ 25.5 billion or 33 trillion inminwon up till 2027 across 5 years with Solar expected to contribute to 30% of the growing energy mix by 2035.

Thermal power accounted for 64.4% of Korea’s total electricity last year, while nuclear accounted for 26.2%. A total of around 24 nuclear reactors were used to meet approximately a third of the country’s electricity consumption, with demand at its peak during midsummer, when residential customers tended to use home-cooling devices. The energy mix pie is also growing in share rapidly with the adoption of electric vehicles into the domestic automobile market and to cope with increasingly extreme weather such as heatwaves.

As of now, however, Korea’s ability to handle domestic electricity demand effectively stems from its large thermal and nuclear power generation. Nuclear power is expected to grow to meet 50% of the country’s electricity requirements annually by 2035. Additionally, the Peoples' Republic has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest offshore wind farm by 2030 with an estimated capacity of 8.2GW. The country aims to be a leader in this field and has already started to adapt the technology to suit its needs and economics.

Журнал Дагистана
The Journal of Dağcistan

Upcoming Elections Report

The Federal Republic of Dağcistan is preparing for the upcoming elections that will take place on Saturday 9 July.
The citizens can vote from 09.00 am to 09.00 pm in every city hall.
The final candidates are three, but the last exit poll confirms the important advantage of the incumbent president Nikita Muradov, leader of the Dağci Republican Party (РПД), on his two rivals: Alexej Ataev, of the Democratic Party of Dağcistan (ДПД) and Igor Nazarov, of the Dağcistan Socialist Party (СПД).
In fact, the last exit poll states the РПД vastly in the lead with an approval rating of 45%, much higher than the 30% of ДПД and the 20% of СПД.
The results of the election will be shown on the next Monday on every newspaper and TV news of the Federal Republic of Dağcistan.


"The Malay Federation Election Commission hereby declare, with the royal decree of His Majesty Yang Di-Pertuan Agong that Pakatan Harapan coalition will form the 15th National Assembly. I hereby declare Anwar Bin Ibrahim, leader of Pakatan Harapan coalition, as the Fifth Prime Minister of the Malay Federation"

-Office of the Electoral Commision

Election Results

Federal House of Representatives

Pakatan Harapan: 92 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 47 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 21 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 15 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 9 seats

Barisan Nasional: 44 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 42 seats
-Malayan Chinese Association: 1 seat
-Malayan Indian Congress: 1 seat

Perikatan Nasional: 29 seats
-Malayan Islamic Party: 17 seats
-Spirit of 46 Malay Party: 12 seats

State Assembly of Kedah Darul Aman

Pakatan Harapan: 19 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 5 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 2 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 8 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 4 seats

Perikatan Nasional + Barisan Nasional: 17 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 2 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 15 seats

State Assembly of Kelantan Darul Naim

Pakatan Harapan: 2 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 2 seats

Perikatan Nasional + Barisan Nasional: 43 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 7 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 36 seats

State Assembly of Malacca

Pakatan Harapan: 15 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 3 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 8 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 2 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 2 seats

Barisan Nasional: 13 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 13 seats

State Assembly of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus

Pakatan Harapan: 20 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 6 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 11 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 3 seats

Barisan Nasional: 16 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 15 seats
-Malayan Chinese Association: 1 seat

State Assembly of Pahang Darul Makmur

Pakatan Harapan: 9 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 2 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 3 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 4 seats

Perikatan Nasional + Barisan Nasional: 33 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 16 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 10 seats
-Spirit of 42 Malay Party: 7 seats

State Assembly of Penang

Pakatan Harapan: 37 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 12 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 19 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 4 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 2 seats

Perikatan Nasional + Barisan Nasional: 3 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 2 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 1 seat

State Assembly of Perak Darul Ridzuan

Pakatan Harapan: 33 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 9 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 17 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 4 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 3 seats

Perikatan Nasional + Barisan Nasional: 26 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 20 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 6 seats

State Assembly of Perlis Indera Kayangan

Pakatan Harapan: 3 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 3 seats

Perikatan Nasional + Barisan Nasional: 12 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 10 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 2 seats

State Assembly of Selangor Darul Ehsan

Pakatan Harapan: 51 seats
-People's Justice Party (PKR): 21 seats
-Democratic Action Party (DAP): 16 seats
-National Indigenous Party (PKB): 6 seats
-National Trust Party (AMANAH): 8 seats

Barisan Nasional: 4 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 3 seats
-Malayan Chinese Association: 1 seat

Perikatan Nasional: 1 seat
-Malayan Islamic Party: 1 seat

State Assembly of Terengganu Darul Iman

Perikatan Nasional: 23 seats
-Malaya Islamic Party: 21 seats
-Spirit of 42 Malay Party: 2 seats

Barisan Nasional: 10 seats
-United Malays National Organisation: 10 seats

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