Should Orange Order get tough on illegal marchers?

The BBC reports that the Orangemen who carried out an illegal parade in Belfast on Saturday may face prosecution for their actions.According to the report, the PSNI said those taking part were given two warnings and the matter would be forwarded to the DPP.

If convicted should those participants be thrown out of the Orange Order to show that the organisation will not turn a blind eye to their members’ assembling illegally or were they justified to ignore the police and march into the city centre to commemorate two Ulster Defence Regiment soldiers who were murdered in the 1980s?

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