Published Tuesday, 28 August 2012
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Politicians say they want to ensure that St Patrick's Church in Belfast does not become a flashpoint for trouble in the future.
A female officer was taken to hospital and treated for minor head injuries after disorder broke out in the Donegall Street area following the parade on Saturday.
Police officers in riot gear held back protesters and supporters as missiles, including bottles and stones, were thrown - after a loyalist band defied a Parades Commission ban to march past the Catholic Church.
It came after the Young Conway Volunteers were filmed playing a song alleged to be sectarian outside the church on the Twelfth of July.
An Orange Order parade is due to take place through the same area next month.
The Ulster Covenant Centenary parade, expected to be the biggest Loyal Order parade ever held in Northern Ireland, will take place on 29 September.
North Belfast DUP MP Nigel Dodds says the unionist community is angry at "the illogical, bizarre, erratic decisions of the Parades Commission, which is deeply hostile to the Loyal Orders".
In an open letter to the Secretary of State, senior unionist politicians came together to demand that Owen Paterson replaces the watchdog.
"The anger that is out there in the Unionist community is palpable," Mr Dodds said.
"And something has got to be done about that. But in no shape or form are people running away from the issue. It needs to be addressed and that can be done through dialogue."
Local Sinn Féin Councillor Conor Maskey says the Orange Order needs to talk directly to residents.
The party also plans to meet with the Parades Commission in the coming weeks.
"Our initial priority is to get face-to-face dialogue between the Loyal Orders and the residents.
"That's our first step. Now, let's see how that works. If that doesn't happen, then we're into a different ball game. A ball game that says the Orders don't wish to treat people with respect and dignity," Mr Maskey told UTV.
The SDLP met with the Parades Commission on Tuesday.
"We encouraged the Parades Commission to ensure its authority is pursued through prosecution, through the PSNI and the PPS, of those engaged in such naked sectarianism and to engage, where necessary, with dialogue with the Orange Orders and residents to address the upcoming September 29 parade," Justice spokesperson Alban Maginness said.