A CONTROVERSIAL protest by loyalists planned to take place in Dublin on Saturday has been postponed.
Victims Campaigner Willie Frazer said the protest would go ahead at a future date, after a meeting with security forces in the Irish Republic.
“I am pleased to inform you all that we are now arranging a full meeting with the Garda Siochana in Dublin for the near future,” he said.
“After very constructive communication’s with the Garda Siochana I can confirm that we will now be travelling down on a date in the near future to discuss our many concerns around IRA collusion and many other issue’s.
“I will keep you all informed as to when this meeting will now take place. This will be a very welcome day when we as concerned Ulster citizens and victims of the IRA will be given the opportunity to have our concerns addressed in the atmosphere of a formal meeting.
“I also wish to go on record as welcoming the recognition of the Garda Siochana as to our right to peaceful protest in Dublin and the accommodating measures they were putting in place for us the protesters and concerned citizens of Ulster,” said Mr Frazer who has also been involved with the newly formed Ulster People’s Forum over the ongoing flags protests.