An estimated 2000 – 3000 thousand people attend Welsh independence rally in the capital of Wales

An estimated 2000 – 3000 thousand people attended a Welsh independence rally organised by All Under One Banner (AUOB) Cymru in Wales’ capital today (Saturday)

Citizens from all over Wales gathered outside City Hall before marching through the streets of Cardiff in what can be described as the first official large scale independence march in Welsh history.

Numerous buses came from north west and north east Wales, from mid Wales and from south west and south east Wales as well as from the capital itself.

Estimates for the number of people at the rally vary from between 2000 – 3000 people although the BBC tried to incorrectly describe the numbers as in the ‘hundreds’.

The speakers who spoke at the end of the rally were Carys Eleri, Adam Price – leader of Plaid Cymru, Ben Gwalchmai of Labour 4 Indy Wales, Siôn Jobbins of YesCymru, Sandy Clubb of Undod and the poet Ali Goolyad.

Pictures of the rally can be seen below:




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