Spokesperson for the group, Liam Whyte says the passing of the bill in the Dail does not reflect reality.
“Most people have already made up their minds that they are not going to pay water charges in any form. With charging starting from 1st January, the boycott will be massive and will make the Dail vote irrelevant.
“There will be attempts to scare and intimidate people into paying throughout the year and it is vital that the boycott campaign responds and stays strong to support and encourage people to continue. We appeal to all those against the charges, including Right2Water, to now unite in support of a boycott in the New Year.”
He said this is clearly what those who have turned out in huge numbers in protests all over the country and indeed all over the county, want to see.
“It is only through a campaign which encourages as many as possible not to pay that we can sustain and build support. If we stand together there is no doubt that we will win.”