Up to 20 members of the self-styled revolutionary party marched up the Bandon Road wearing military uniforms including sunglasses, berets and gloves to commemorate the anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising.
The march and a similar one in Dublin came just days after investigative journalist Lyra McKee was shot and killed during riots in Derry.
Speaking to The Echo, a spokesperson for Saoradh Munster said their parade took “months and months” of planning and it was not something that would have been cancelled.
Friends of Lyra McKee protested yesterday outside the Derry headquarters of Saoradh by putting red handprints on the walls.
The marches have been condemned publicly, with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, among others, saying they should apologise.