Open organisers back police on pepper spray
Image caption Police had previously arrested students on the basis of their behaviour
After the protest, a spokesman for the college said the police had been called to prevent the demonstrators from throwing things and were unable to stop them from doing so.
Police had previously been called to the college to remove students on the grounds of their behaviour.
The spokesman said it was “unfortunate that we had to resort to using force and potentially causing injury to the officers”.
Protesters chanted “police! police! police!” at police cars as they travelled through central Belfast on Tuesday.
They also clashed with a number of 바카라people and were pelted with stones and bottles.
Image caption Students from St Margaret’s College in south Belfast also clashed with po더킹카지노lice
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Protesters were also pelted with water bottles after they were pushed back from the police van
St Margaret’s College said in a statement on Tuesday: “We will continue 바카라사이트to engage with the police in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
“Any further disruption or disruption to the protest process will not be tolerated, and St Margaret’s College, as well as other students, will work to ensure no violence occurs on our campus.”
Some activists involved in last year’s protest are planning a similar demonstration on Thursday.