Mark Di Ruggiero speaks at the Reclaim Australia Rally. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin
Mark Di Ruggiero speaks at the Reclaim Australia Rally. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin Allan Reinikka

Rockhampton Reclaim Australia Rally attracts about 70 people

About 70 people turned out to the Reclaim Australia Rally at a Rockhampton park earlier this morning. 

The event was part of a nation-wide campaign with rallies planned for capital cities and other regional centres today. 

At the Rockhampton event, people spoke about banning Halal certification and stopping the enforcement of Sharia Law. 

A website for the national event states the rallies are "being used to show the people of Australia we have had enough of minorities not fitting in and trying to change our Australian cultural identity". 



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