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226 years after the grotesque execution closed the castle

the Protesters were on Friday divided on whether they would carry out Saturday's protest action in Paris or the nearby town of Versailles, home to king Louis X

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226 years after the grotesque execution closed the castle

the Protesters were on Friday divided on whether they would carry out Saturday's protest action in Paris or the nearby town of Versailles, home to king Louis XVI who was beheaded by the revolutionary guillotine in 1792.

- Protesters stole assault rifles from the police

In fear of possible unrest have local authorities decided to close the Palace of Versailles and its gardens during Saturday's protests. At the same time have shops in Paris been told to exercise caution.

The last couple of weekends have many of them held closed in fear of violence and looting.

Decreasing participation

the Number of protesters has fallen sharply after president Emmanuel Macron decided to give in to several of the requirements for the yellow vestene.

Around 1400 to register a Facebook-event for the demonstrations in Versailles made by the yellow vestenes leader Eric Drouet, while further around 8,000 have pressed "interested". It is also planned demonstrations in Lyon, Toulouse, Orleans and Brittany.

Closes the Eiffel tower

the Previous weekend attended by around 3,000 in the protests in Paris, while around 66 000 people participated in the protests nationwide. Also it was sharply down from the weekend before.

The larger protestaksjonene have been conducted in the weekends, but some protesters held some minor sporadic protests through the week. Among other things, were around 14 people arrested earlier this week as they attempted to block the entrances to the car manufacturer PSA Peugeot Citroën in Pfastatt in the east of France.

OPPOSITION: More than 1700 people were arrested during the last major protests in France. To the together demonstrated over 130 000 people Saturday. Video: AP via NTB Scanpix. Clip: Ørjan Ryland / Dagbladet Show more Lowest attendance since the beginning

Also in the days of the week, the number of protesters declined considerably. 4000 participated in the protests on Thursday, the lowest number since the protests began with 282 000 participants on Saturday, 17. november.

the Police have also succeeded in removing the protesters donned yellow vests from about 300 roundabouts around in France.

According to the department of the interior, was on Saturday only about 200 roundabouts still occupied.

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