THE Scottish Greens have not responded to an invitation to an All Under One Banner (AUOB) independence rally organised for next month.

All pro-independence parties have been invited to speak at the rally on Saturday, May 4, which will be both a march for Scottish independence and “against the war on Gaza”.

At the time of writing, Sovereignty, Independence for Scotland and the Scottish Socialist Party have accepted the invite and confirmed speakers.

But the Greens – which were given a deadline of Monday – have still not responded.

When The National approached the party for comment, they declined to offer any response.

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AUOB says a “holding response” has been received from the SNP who were given a deadline of April 8, but a “proper” reply has yet to emerge.

All other parties, including Alba and the Scottish Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition, have until Monday to provide a response.

Alba have indicted in a statement regarding a separate Believe in Scotland march that they will attend AUOB rallies, but have not specified which events.

We previously told how AUOB rebranded its graphics and messaging ahead of the march to include calls for a ceasefire in Palestine.

The invites have further added an invitation to "another of this year’s three scheduled AUOB demonstrations" if the Glasgow march is not doable for any party.

These are due to take place in Stirling on June 22, Elgin on August 3 and Edinburgh on September 7.

The organisation will be holding a stewards team meeting on Monday, April 29, from 6.30pm to 8pm at Avant Garde in Glasgow ahead of the city’s march.

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This will be led by chief stewards who will explain what is involved and will answer any questions.

AUOB said on Twitter/X: “Being a steward will not interfere with your enjoyment of the march, as you can walk alongside family and friends.

“On April 29 it will be five days to go until the March at Glasgow, so together let's give the national demonstration a significant push.”

To find out more about the meeting, click here.