A 28-year-old man has appeared in court in Derry on charges connected to a Real IRA Easter commemoration held in the city on April 25.
Frank Quigley, from Elmwood Road, is accused of arranging or managing a meeting in support of the IRA on April 25. He also faced a charge of aiding and abetting people in the wearing of clothing to arouse a reasonable suspicion that the wearers were IRA members or supporters.
Quigley was connected to the charge by a police officer and was released on bail. A night time curfew and a number of other conditions were imposed. He is due to appear again on 7 July.
Quigley is the third person to appear in court in connection with the Real IRA commemoration. Last week Marvin Canning was charged with similar charges, while in May, Marian Price also faced similar charges.