– It is more of a budsjettjustering than a change of a political course. It does not correspond to what the French people want, " says Benjamin Cauchy, a spokesman for "the yellow vestene".
Saturday, it is already notified of new demonstrations around the country, despite president Emmanuel Macrons claims about the increased minimum wage and no taxes on overtidsjobbing.
– It does not solve the problem, " says Alain bouche are to TV channel BFM, which says that many of his meddemonstranter will have new presidential elections.Requires Macrons retirement
Wearing "the yellow vestene" bouche are and thousands of other frenchmen were against the government's planned increase in petrol and dieselavgifter in several weeks. In a TV-sent speech Monday night said the Macron that he understands people's dissatisfaction and promised that the minimum wage should be raised by 100 euro a month from next year. He canceled also the unpopular skatteøkningen for seniors and the notified tax measure must to ensure the low income.
Many protesters say the president's plaster on the wound is too small, and that it came too late. On the border to Switzerland, there has also been protests, and the French demonstranten Milliau said to DPA that the Macron come with "a few satisfactory elements". He says Macron "took a huge first step," but that he "has many more to take".40 years of discontent,
According to Benjamin, He is the very many frenchmen who would want the president to take off. There were no signs during the 13-minute-long speech Monday night.
In the president's forsoningstale admitted that he was partly responsible for having fired up under drivstoffprotestene.
– I may have wounded people with my words, " said Macron, who thinks 40 years of discontent behind the protests.
He turned, however, stated that those responsible for the violent protests should be held responsible for their actions. Hundreds have been injured, and over 1,000 people have been arrested in the protests.
– There is no anger that justifies attacks on the police or looting of shops, " said Macron. the