Melbourne’s CBD has yet again been stormed by protesters, with thousands of freedom campaigners gathering for a snap march today.
The group gathered at midday outside of Parliament House, a familiar location which has become synonymous with the struggle for freedom in recent months.
Soon after, a march through the city was held. Crowds chanted “Sack Dan Andrews” and other slogans, whilst a number of pro-choice placards and anti-mandate signs can be seen.
The ‘Kill The Bill’ truck has also now been replaced with a new message — “Repeal The Bill”:
Soon after marching through the CBD, the group gathered at Treasury Gardens for speeches and entertainment, flooding positivity into the air after a tough news week for the state.
The crowd returned back to Parliament House for more wrap up speeches afterwards.
Demonstrators say they will continue the fight against controversial pandemic legislation, following the passing of the bill in the upper house on Thursday.
Also seen this morning on the steps of Parliament:
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