Malaysians abroad claim no disrespect to flag or country


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  • Thursday, 09 May 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of Malaysian students abroad who were photographed with an upside-down Jalur Gemilang have apologised for their behaviour.

They claimed they did it not out of disrespect for the nation or because they did not love the country's flag but only to express their dissatisfaction of the just-concluded general election that they alleged was carried out in an undemocratic way.

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