Protocol requires 'inverted' flag during parades

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  • Monday, 31 Aug 2015

The Jalur Gemilang as displayed during the National Day parade Monday. - Bernama

PETALING JAYA: Social media users learned something new Sunday about the Malaysian flag and the proper protocol required when displaying it during parades.

Pictures of the Malaysian flag being "inverted" during the National Day parade Monday surfaced on Facebook, drawing many ill-informed comments.

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National Day , Parade , Jalur Gemilang , Flag , Protocol


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