Palestinian protest 'just like Anzac Day'
Wed May 16, 2012 7:21am
"It will present a significant challenge to police officers to keep the peace and ensure the public assembly does not cause a breach of the peace," she said. "Public facilities are to be shared. It is the nature of a protest that others will be affected and their routines will be interrupted."
In its submission to the court, the al-Nakba planning committee, which changed the time of the march to 7pm to minimise disruption, highlighted other protests that had been staged near Town Hall.
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