Amir Kahar

Datu Amir Kahar, 70 was the State Assemblymen for Banggi, Sabah for 22 years.[1] He is the son of Tun Datu Hj Mustapha Datu Harun, the “Father of Sabah Independence” who was the former Chief Minister of Sabah and the former Governor of Sabah.

Malaysian politician
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He was the former Deputy Chief Minister of Sabah and a Minister of Agriculture from 1993 to 1994. Datuk Amir was the Member of Parliament of Kota Marudu and Kudat from 1990 to 2004. Presently he is the Inspector General of Project Sabah with ministerial status at the Chief Minister Office Sabah. He was formerly the president United Sabah National Organization from 1992 to 1994. Currently Datuk Amir Kahar is the founder and president of Sabah And Palawan Cooperation Chamber Of Commerce And Industry.

He holds Diploma of Business Studies from London School of Business and a holder of Harvard School of Business Advance Certificate in Entrepreneurship.

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Parliament of Malaysia[2]
Year Constituency Votes Pct Opponent(s) Votes Pct Ballots cast Majority Turnout
1986 P134 Merudu, Sabah Amir Kahar Mustapha (UMNO) 4,690 43.20% Joe Ojihi Supiring (IND) 5,263 48.48% 11,013 573 46.78%
Mohamad Ayong (IND) 904 8.33%
1990 Amir Kahar Mustapha (UMNO) 8,064 49.84% Joe Ojihi Supiring (IND) 7,790 48.14% 16,327 274 58.69%
Chong Jan Fah (DAP) 327 2.02%
1995 P146 Merudu, Sabah Amir Kahar Mustapha (PBS) 10,880 50.26% Mohammad Yahya Lampong (UMNO) 10,766 49.74% 21,959 114 68.05%
1999 Amir Kahar Mustapha (UMNO) 11,850 59.19% Md Zakaria Said (PBS) 7,963 39.78% 20,284 3,887 57.12%
Amatus Bernadus Anjun (STAR) 206 1.03%
Sabah State Legislative Assembly[3][4][5][6]
Year Constituency Votes Pct Opponent(s) Votes Pct Ballots cast Majority Turnout
1986 N01 Banggi, P134 Merudu Amir Kahar Mustapha (USNO) 2,177 59.11% Mohd Rosley Asantie (PBS) 1,248 33.88% 3,763 929 62.19%
Jose Modsinupu (BERJAYA) 258 7.01%
1990 Amir Kahar Mustapha (USNO) 2,284 57.65% Abidula Amsana (PBS) 1,084 27.35% 4,064 1,200 66.58%
Saludin Ali Besar (BERJAYA) 251 6.34%
Eyon Angis (AKAR) 175 4.42%
Motimbun Stujongkok (PRS) 168 4.24%
1994 N01 Banggi, P146 Merudu Amir Kahar Mustapha (PBS) 2,335 51.24% Abd. Mijul Unaini (UMNO) 1,988 43.69% 4,621 347 70.50%
Abidula Amsana (IND) 94 2.06%
Napson Tahir (BERSEKUTU) 93 2.04%
Saraban Laheman (D1J000) 44 0.97%
1999 Amir Kahar Mustapha (UMNO) 2,854 55.03% Salbin Muksin (PBS) 1,840 35.33% 5,279 1,014 69.01%
Ghazai Harrid (BERSEKUTU) 454 8.75%
Maria Tam (IND) 38 0.89%
2004 N01 Banggi, P167 Kudat Amir Kahar Mustapha (UMNO) 2,372 52.03% Mursalim Tanjul (IND) 1,980 43.43% 4,764 392 61.07%
Muslimin Arip (keADILan) 207 4.54%
2020 Amir Kahar Mustapha (IND) 261 6.75% Mohammad Mohamarin (WARISAN) 1,773 45.89% 3,864 703 64.82%
Akram Ismail (UMNO) 1,070 27.69%
Kamri Kail (PCS) 523 13.54%
Miasin Nusiri (IND) 178 4.61%
Salbin Muksin (USNO Baru) 48 1.24%
Abdul Aziz Amir Bangsah (PPRS) 11 0.28%

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