Donegal councillor says blocking of Belfast march was “a disgrace”


Three men and a woman were arrested after trouble following an anti-internment parade in north Belfast on Sunday. Petrol bombs, stones and bottles were thrown at police after they stopped the parade entering Belfast city centre, because the terms of a Parades Commission determination had been breached.

A short rally was held at the barricade before the organisers urged marchers to disperse peacefully.

Donegal Councillor MIchael Colm Mac Giolla Easbuig was the main speaker at the rally.

He's condemned the actions of the police, saying it shows the state wants to block "Human Rights" marches......