Published Friday, 01 March 2013
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The prohibition was placed on Sean Hughes as part of conditions under which he was granted bail on Friday.
Hughes, 51, from Aghadavoyle Road in Jonesborough, Co Armagh is charged with IRA membership and addressing a meeting to encourage support for the illegal organisation.
The alleged offences, said to date back to eight years ago, are linked to a suspected IRA internal investigation following Mr McCartney's killing.
The 33-year-old father of two, from Belfast's Short Strand, was stabbed to death outside a city centre bar in 2005.
Hughes, who was arrested on Thursday, is the second leading republican to be arrested in connection with the case.
Padraic Wilson, 53, from Andersonstown, west Belfast, faces similar charges.
Neither man is accused of having anything to do with the murder.
A Sinn Féin delegation including MP Conor Murphy was present at the city's Magistrates' Court as Hughes made his first appearance.
Prosecutors revealed that bail had been agreed in the case.
District Judge Mervyn Bates then agreed to release the accused on certain conditions.
Hughes was ordered to stay at his bail address, report to police weekly and must not attempt to contact prosecution witnesses or complainants in the case.
A £1,000 surety is also to be lodged as part of the arrangements.
Hughes is due to appear again alongside his co-accused on 15 March.
Outside the court Mr Murphy hit out at the decision to charge Hughes.
"This isn't about justice for the family of Robert McCartney or attempting to prosecute those who killed him," he said.
"You can clearly see the political nature of this arrest and how it was timed, it is a charade and it is not about finding justice for anyone and I think those involved in political policing need to be stopped."