RIGHT2WATER have organised a protest in the city this Sunday, June 28. The march will meet at Arthur’s Quay Park at 12.30pm to take a stand against water charges and austerity. Limerick’s Sinn Féin councillors will join the rally. “This is a chance for the people of Limerick to turn out in force, to let the Fine Gael and Labour government know that we do not accept their austerity measures, which include water charges and cuts to lone parents,” said Cllr Séighin Ó Ceallaigh. The City East representative insists that people simply can’t afford to pay yet another tax. Meanwhile, We Won’t Pay is organising a ‘burn the bills’ bonfire outside City Hall this Saturday, June 27, from 2 to 3pm.