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After yellow vests has Paris, now also red scarves

Approximately 10,500 ‘red scarves’ have today in the rain in Paris argued, "to the democracy and the institutions to defend" against the violence of the ‘yell

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After yellow vests has Paris, now also red scarves
Approximately 10,500 ‘red scarves’ have today in the rain in Paris argued, "to the democracy and the institutions to defend" against the violence of the ‘yellow vests’. The figure comes from the prefecture of the police. The parade went from the Place de la Nation to Bastille.

The demonstration was made by the organisers ‘Republican march of the freedoms'. The protesters chanted "Yes to democracy, no to the revolution". A banner read "Stop the violence".

Among the marchers there were a lot of supporters of the La République en Marche (LREM), the party of the French president, Emmanuel Macron, some of whom are French flags are carried and some of the European flag.

They were entered on a call "the silent majority that is already ten weeks at home entrenched", according to an engineer from Toulouse, Laurent Soulié, who took the initiative for the event.

on arrival at the Place de la Bastille, the demonstrators booed by a few dozen ‘yellow shirts’ on the steps of the opera post were captured under two banners bearing the "Macron Destitution" (put the Macron) and "Tout brûle déjà" (everything is already on fire).

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