The organisers of the We Deserve Better campaign hosted a peaceful protest at the Broadmeadow, Enniskillen last night (May 30) to "keep the pressure" on Northern Ireland's political parties to "reform and re-establish a government."
The rain didn't deter as a number of campaigners came out to support the People's Assembly demonstration, bringing chairs of different styles, to represent diversity, which were set out in the format of the Northern Ireland assembly. 
Speaking to The Impartial Reporter at the demonstration, Dylan Quinn, founder of the We Deserve Better campaign, said: "We are here in order to demonstrate, to make our voices heard about the lack of government we have in Northern Ireland, with the People's Assembly here because for over two years now we have not had a government in Northern Ireland and rather than wait for them to form an assembly we have decided to do it ourselves."
Dylan was joined in conversation by Meabh Mackin. Meabh said: "We obviously live in a democratic country and we elect representatives for our local assembly and they are not doing their job." 
She added: "They are not representing us and we are here to put pressure on them to actually do their job and serve the people of Northern Ireland, like they were elected to do."
See the video above for the full interview.