This is despite The Scotsman Newspaper briefing against them and initial objections from Lothian and Borders police.
The Edinburgh protests are:
A Rally on Saturday 2nd July following the Make Poverty History march.
A March and Rally late afternoon / early evening on Sunday 3rd July.
Police attempt to ban anti war event at the G8
Police in u-turn over G8 protest
27th May 05
Edinburgh has been the venue for war protests in the past
Police in Edinburgh have withdrawn objections to a planned protest rally against military action in Iraq.
Previous Indymedia Report: 21st May 05
The Stop The War Coalition has announced its intention to hold a mass demonstration in Edinburgh on Sunday 3rd July.
They have applied for permission to march from Bruntsfield Links, through the centre of town, down Princes Street to Calton Hill for 6pm where a Naming the Dead Ceremony and anti-war rally will be held.
The Scotsman newspaper is briefing against the demonstration, encouraging the council to refuse permission for the protest, saying it would cost too much extra money to police and would cause too much disruption following the expected massive Make Poverty History demonstration the day before. "Edinburgh council tax payers have rights too" ends their editorial on the matter. One can't help feeling that maybe they should have opposed the G8 ever coming to Scotland if that's the way they feel about demonstrations.
Our police officers will be stretched too far
Double trouble on G8 weekend