Published Thursday, 31 July 2014
Over 10,000 people are expected to take part in the parade in the village of Derrylin on Sunday.
There have been calls for the event to be called off with those opposed to it branding it "insensitive".
Organisers Sinn Féin, however, have said the event will be dignified.
On Thursday the Parades Commission placed restrictions on the event.
It ruled that paramilitary-style clothing should not be worn and flags, bannerettes and symbols relating to proscribed organisations should not be displayed.
It also said musical instruments should not bear any inscription to an illegal organisation or depict weaponry of any kind.
The commission said it considered the "divergent and symbolic meaning" of the parade for both those in support and those against the event.
Kenny Donaldson, from the South East Fermanagh Foundation victims group, told UTV some local people are very uneasy about the Parades Commission decision.
He said: "There is actually a deep feeling of anxiousness, some feel there's no need for that parade on their doorstep and they do feel it will very much amount to the glorification of terrorism.
"To my knowledge there isn't a protest planned but there will, as always, be dignified opportunities taken to remember those who lost their loved ones in those areas."
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