Protests in Paris continues. Appeared information about the fact that the protesters burned a police car.
Participants of mass actions of protest even stole a rifle from one of the police officers, reported channel BFMTV.
Demonstrators destroy on your way private cars and cars of municipal services. They do not touch only ambulance and fire.
The protesters are called “yellow jackets”. They used to use only peaceful measures. However, the situation escalated. On Saturday, December 1, during the protests of the “yellow jackets” in France, was wounded correspondent of the propaganda RT publications France Luc Leger.
“Yellow jackets” again went on strike in Paris. On the streets visible smoke, police have cordoned off part of the Champs-elysées. Over the weekend the protests ended in clashes, suffered crew RT and Ruptly stringer our deigendesch”, – noted journalists.
The Paris police said that the clashes on 1 December between protesters against the increase in fuel taxes from 2019 and the police have arrested 412 people. It is also reported that 133 people were injured, including police officers. As before, French President Emmanuel macron, has met with the affected employees of the police and expressed their gratitude. A message he posted on his Twitter page.
The French authorities propose to introduce a state of emergency because of the protests in Paris. Officials say that this initiative is proposed in order to prevent the repetition of mass riots.
Recall that the police used violence against protesters directly in the city centre: it is a civil war?
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