Supporters of flag protestor Jamie Bryson say he will soon be free to take part in protest activity, claiming all bail conditions will be removed.
In March Mr Bryson spent two weeks in custody following protests arising from a vote by Belfast City Council to restrict the flying of the Union Flag to designated days only.
Speaking ahead of a court hearing on Wednesday, Pastor Mark Gordon said only five minor charges remain now that two under the Serious Crime Act have been “withdrawn”.
However, a spokesman for the PPS said: “A decision has been taken to prosecute Jamie Bryson summarily for five charges. No decision has been taken as yet regarding possible charges under the Serious Crime Act 2007 as police inquiries are continuing in this regard.”