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Orangemen are parading in Rossnowlagh in County Donegal
Several thousand Orangemen have taken part in an annual pre-Twelfth parade at the Donegal coastal village in the Republic of Ireland.
What was traditionally a localized parade for Orangemen from Donegal and other Northern counties such as Cavan, Leitrim and Monaghan, has grown and now sees Orangemen coming over from Britain also following the route into the Irish seaside resort.
County Grand Master David Mahon said that he expected a peaceful day and that the Order had encountered no problems in the past. He said the organization was in good shape in Donegal, with new recruits joining every year. He paid tribute to the help and support of the entire local community.

Meanwhile Portadown Orangemen are taking part in their annual Drumcree march. But they will not be marching down the Garvaghy Road as predicted by many assuming pundits. The parade, is still banned from returning along the mainly Irish nationalist Garvaghy Road, left Carleton Street Orange Hall at 1020 this morning.
After a service at Drumcree Church, Orangemen are expected to walk to police lines at the bottom of Drumcree Hill and hand in a letter of protest. The restricted parade has been marked by violence in the past, but has passed off peacefully in the last three years.
This is the 16th consecutive year that the parades commission and authorities have banned the Orange lodge forcing their parades through the Garvaghy Road, where many residents, like most people in Ireland, consider the Orange lodge a extreme British nationalist group similar to the NF the BNP and the EDL (cross over membership is not uncommon)
Irish people generally regard the Orange order as anti Irish, a overtly sectarian and bigoted organization, out of touch with the modern world and like all extreme nationalist groups based on simplistic arguments and selective ignorance and myths.
Truth about the Orange order in Ireland, a dated extreme British nationalist and loyalist order.

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