Published Wednesday, 29 August 2012
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'Stormont take charge'
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Peter Osborne said he wants to see local politicians take responsibility for parading structures, which he believes should be devolved to Stormont.
It comes as the fallout over the violence which flared at a Royal Black Institution march in Belfast at the weekend continues.
"I will be the first in the queue to say yes, let's devolve parading," said Mr Osborne.
"I think it's time for local politicians to take ownership and responsibility of the parading issues and that will reflect the degree of maturity within our political setup at the minute.
"That accountability, appointment of the commission, should rest with local politicians because that will increase ownership and responsibility for the structures and decision making. It's just something naturally right- the next natural step of what should happen."
Trouble broke out on Saturday after a Royal Black Institution parade at St Patrick's Catholic Church on Donegall Street.
Many bands defied a Parades Commission ruling by playing music - and the Young Conway Volunteers took part in the march despite being prohibited.
A female PSNI officer was taken to hospital and treated for minor head injuries as police
in riot gear held back protesters and supporters who threw bottles and stones.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church and the Church of Ireland Archbishop have questioned the conduct and Christian behaviour of those who took part.
Reverend Roy Patton told UTV: "I think any right-thinking person would consider what we viewed as not in keeping with the Christian profession.
"I think there are many within the within the orders who along with myself would be dismayed with what happened and not in favour at all.
"We would say they have every right to march but the way they treat their neighbours is actually very important as well and both sides need to be sensitive."
Mr Patton's views have been welcomed by the SDLP.
North Belfast MLA Alban Maginness said: "Hopefully people will listen carefully to the advice of these pastors and those unionist politicians who have refused to condemn the blatant acts of sectarianism outside St Patrick's will now re-assess their position and show some leadership."
However TUV leader Jim Allister has criticised him.
Meanwhile an Orange Order spokesperson said: "The Institution is aware of the comments made by the senior clergymen."