Activists affiliated with the Malaysian Islamic Party (Parti Islam Se Malaysia, or PAS) and its youth organization have threatened to stage protests across the country until at least early September. The purpose of the action is to demand the cancellation of all future international concerts due to their alleged failure to meet traditional national standards.
Although organizers have yet to release details regarding the specific times or locations of the protests, rallies are most likely taking place in major cities near government buildings, public squares, political party offices and intersections. important. It remains unclear how many participants these protests might attract.
Authorities will likely monitor any protests that materialize and may attempt to break up disruptive gatherings. Clashes between demonstrators and police are possible. Protesters may march along roads or block them, causing localized transport disruptions. Trade disruptions could occur if the protests persist.
Avoid any protest that materializes due to possible clashes. If clashes break out nearby, leave the area immediately and seek refuge in a safe non-governmental building. Plan for localized transportation and commercial disruptions near any protests. Heed all official traffic and safety advisories.