LARGE CROWDS TURNED out in Dublin city centre yesterday to keep the pressure up on the government over water charges. Speaker after speaker referred to the campaign ‘not going away’ – and activists vowed the make water one of the main issues in the upcoming general election.
Organisers have said they were happy with the turnout. At the start of the rally, the crowd stretched from a stage at the Spire on O’Connell Street, almost to the O’Connell statue. However thundery showers sent hundreds heading for shelter as the speeches continued. It was the fifth of the major ‘Right2Water’ national protests.
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