Yellow Vests: Protests in Paris end in violence

In France
Once again, thousands of "yellow vests" have gathered for protests – the
tenth weekend in a row. It came in Paris, Bordeaux and Toulouse
to clashes with security forces. On projectiles of some
Protesters responded with teargas and water cannons. Since middle
November the movement is demonstrating against too high cost of living and
social injustice.

In Paris, the demonstrators gathered for a protest march in the
Near the Eiffel Tower. They followed, among others, the call of Eric Drouet,
one of the representatives of the "yellow vests", with the aim of being in Paris
to bring a million people to the streets. That was missed clearly.

According to the Home Office, 27,000 people attended by the early afternoon
nationwide actions, in Paris 7,000. They carried posters bearing the inscription "Macron – Démission," urging the President to resign, and criticized the use of hard rubber bullets
(so-called flashballs), tear gas and batons through the
Riot police.

Water cannon against bottle thrower

It was not until the end of the previously peaceful march in Paris that the Army Museum in Paris came into being
Invalidendom to clashes with police officers. These went with water cannons
and tear gas against masked demonstrators, stones and bottles
threw.

Again, the authorities responded with a large security contingent
the yellow-voted protests against the reform policy of the government.
According to the authorities, there were 80,000 security forces nationwide
used 5,000 in Paris. In the protests it came again and again to arguments of
Protesters and security forces, who are controversial over the use of
Rubber bullets have come under fire.

To defuse the conflict with the Bweste, the President responded Emmanuel Macron Mid-December with billion-dollar social measures. He also called
a "Great National Debate" into being, among the citizens in their communities
Proposals on taxation, democracy, migration, ecological transition
and make state organization. Many yellow vests, however, demand that
Macrons resignation.

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