After the riots in Paris last Saturday, the authorities have imposed a ban on demonstrations for several areas of the French capital. Also, in two different cities no demonstrations may take place.
The police in Paris has imposed for tomorrow, a ban on demonstrations on the Champs-Élysées and around the arc de Triomphe. Also in front of the Elysee Palace, the official residence of the President and Emmanuel Macron, and in front of the national Assembly, no "yellow West"protests may take place.
Earlier, the authorities had already demonstrations in nice and in Toulouse. For Toulouse, a non-notified Demonstration on the Place du Capitole had previously been in social networks announced. The prohibition applies between 12.00 and 21.00, and informed the authorities. Violations would be punishable by a fine.Heavy riots in Paris
The government wants to prevent new outbreaks of violence. A Demonstration of the "yellow West"movement in Paris was escalated last Saturday: rioters looted on the splendid Boulevard of the Champs-Élysées shops and set fire. They erected barricades and set fire to a Bank branch. The fire spread to the entire building, eleven people were injured. Nationwide, approximately 32,000 people protested to the interior Ministry, according to.
As a consequence of head of government of Édouard Philippe dismissed on Monday by the Paris police chief Michel Delpuech. The 66-Year-old was hit as, since the rioters daubed in December, the arc de Triomphe and many shops were vandalized on the Champs-Élysées."yellow West"protests: a Lot of successful Fakes, 19.03.2019 Atlas France |Paris