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Police have launched an immediate probe on organisers and participants of the Undi18 protest outside the Parliament building in Kuala Lumpur today.
Dang Wangi district police chief Mohamad Zainal Abdullah, who was seen observing the crowd of over 100 rally participants, said all those identified would be summoned to have their statements recorded.
"An investigation will be carried out under Section 9(5) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 for holding a gathering without due notice," he said in a statement.
He said the group will also be probed under Regulation 11, Prevention and Control Of Infectious Disease (Measures in Local Infected Areas) (Conditional Movement Control Order) (No.4) 2021.
The regulation pertains to any activity with a large presence in an area that makes it difficult to enforce social distancing measures and compliance to instructions from the health director-general.
"Everyone involved will be summoned to the Dang Wangi district police station and have their statements recorded soon.
"The investigation papers will be handed over to the Attorney-General's Chambers after the investigation has been concluded," he said.
Police personnel present at the site earlier did not issue any instructions and crowd control measures, particularly to enforce social distancing, were carried out by Amanah's volunteer Arif security squad.
Several warnings issued from police patrol cars were later heard around the nearby Taman Tugu and its parking lot where groups of rally participants had regathered after leaving the Parliament building.
The earlier protest was led by Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) secretary-general Amir Abdul Hadi and the group had marched from Padang Merbok before sitting down in a symbolic 18-minute silent protest a few hundred metres away from the Parliament's main gates.
Their two main demands were for the government to honour its promise to implement the new 18-years-old voting age together with automatic voter registration by this July.
The Election Commission had earlier this week announced that the process would be delayed until September next year.
The move was denounced by youth groups as the 15th general election is widely speculated to be called in August when the emergency proclamation expires.