Fingal County Council (FCC) has reversed its decision to ban posters advertising the Rally for Life on July 2nd.
FCC had banned the posters on the ground that they were too contentious Fingal’s first Rainbow Crossing was installed near County Hall in Swords to coincide with the Fingal’s gay Pride celebrations at the taxpayers’ expense, a political statement which will now be made permanent.
Likewise, in May FCC held a “family friendly” gay pride celebration at Swords Castle that featured performances by drag queens.
Now however, FCC has backed down from its censorship of the pro-life cause and said that posters for Saturday’s Rally for Life can be put up.
The council also issued an apology and told the Rally for Life that they carrying out a full examination of its procedures in relation to the issuing of permission for the display of posters on public property,” and that the FCC “regretted any inconvenience this has caused.”
The rally will take place in Dublin at 2pm on Saturday starting at the Garden of Remembrance.
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