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ICCL criticises ban on Rossport Five posters

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties has criticised Dublin City Council for refusing to allow the erection of street posters advertising a demonstration supporting the Rossport Five.Earlier this week, the Shell-to-Sea group campaigning against the Corrib gas pipeline said it had been refused permission to erect posters advertising the demonstration this weekend.The ICCL said this was not the first time the city council had refused such permission and it was planning to write to the local authority to express its concerns about the situation.The civil liberties group said it believed the claims about the refusal of permission.

Posted Date: 
3 October 2005 - 1:36pm