Monday, May 3

'Good policing arrangements should see us through'

Yesterdays hungerstrike march in Belfast passed off relatively peacefully, and according to the Irish News from today the people behind the parade and the unionist community spokesperson were not seeking conflict with each other, but each had a point to make.

On the side of the community they were interested in highlighting what they see as double standards from republicans over the parades issue. On the side of the marchers , they merely wanted to commerate their dead. 

As the editorial in the paper today states, in the coming months
communities here will be severely tested but good policing arrangements will see us through what is always a dangerous period without violence. 

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