the broken glass, the ashes from barricades and a plundered wine shop with the door wide open. The tracks after Saturday's riots, could be seen in the district of the Champs-Elysées on Sunday morning, where uppstädningen now begun.
at Least as bad it looked in the parts of Toulouse and in Bordeaux, where, among other things, an Apple store have been looted and several bank branches was vandalized.
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– It is ugly. But this is what happens when you are not listening to the countryside. Jacques Chirac (president 1995-2007, red note.) spoke, of course, already in the 90's that there was ”a social divide” in France – and since then not much has been done, " says Pascale, an older lady who check up between glassplittret.Image 1 of 4 the Quai d'orsay in Paris, Sunday 9 december, the day after the riots. Photo: ERIC FEFERBERG Slide 2 of 4 A burned car is transported away from the Friedland avenue in Paris, france. Photo: ERIC FEFERBERG Image 3 of 4 Place de la République, on 9 december. Photo: ERIC FEFERBERG Image 4 of 4 Many stores were broken up on Saturday in Paris. Photo: ERIC FEFERBERG Slideshow
is common in France. Prior to Saturday's protests, said the 72 per cent that they support or sympathize with the Yellow vests, although almost as many distanced themselves from the violence that characterised the many demonstrations.
In the circle around the president of Macros you could, however, take a breather with regard to the ”coup attempt” as a part said to fear on Saturday – among them regeringspartiets leader in the senate, François Patriat.
Macros have been low-key and transferred to the prime minister Edoard Philippe to manage communication about the Yellow vests in the past.
Benjamin Griveaux, however, will the president give a speech to the nation ”at the beginning of the week”:
" the President has acknowledged that he made the statements that may have offended, and he has apologized for it. We are now in a listening phase, where we invite representatives of the movement in order to try to understand what their requirements are, " said Griveaux on French TELEVISION on Sunday.
A group called ”Free the yellow vests” have been able to meet the prime minister, Philippe – but it is unclear how big a part of the movement, it actually represents.Now waiting for all of Emmanuel Macron to express themselves. Photo: Ludovic Marin/AFP
in the Yellow vests, and several different kravlistor circulating on local Facebook pages, which, together with the blockades in the small-town intimacy and roundabouts have become one of the operating hubs.
A list of requirements that began to be disseminated on 29 november, and as has been highlighted by several French and foreign media, contain requirements that are consistent with much of the left It okuvade the French program. It is welcomed by party leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon:
– Three-quarters of the operating requirements are already in our program! It is time to go back to the people and solve this now!
circulating on Facebook, however, contains other requirements – which sounds suspiciously similar to the policy advocated by the right-wing National collection.
"I urge once again the president to listen to the suffering that the protests are expressing," said Marine Le Pen on Sunday.
But the Yellow vests so far has been clear on one thing: that they do not intend to allow themselves to be used by the political parties.
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