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Yellow vests are marching on new to Macros – forklift against the government

Griveaux, spokesperson for the government of Macros, at 16.30-time to be evacuated from his office after the violent protesters with a smaller forklift tried to force the door to the ministry of information, reports nyhetsradiokanalen France Info.

the Forklift that should have been used by the demonstrators. Photo: Bertrand Guay/AFP

– It is never particularly nice to their place of work is attacked by a forklift. But it is not I who have been attacked, but the republic, our country's institutions, " says Benjamin Griveaux in a comment.

through the back door bringing Griveaux and a number of his employees out from the building and in the security elsewhere.

People made a fire on the street outside the embassy was ambassador Veronika Wand-Danielsson to tweet about the non-present police.

https://twitter.com/AmbassadeurSE/status/1081587830403579904

”in Front of the Swedish embassy and the Tunisian embassy have Yellow vests made up a fire! And where are the police? Thanks to our loyal neighbors, we have been able to extinguish the flames,” writes the Wand-Danielsson in their tweet.

for the common man stood in the center of this eighth Saturday of the massive protests against president Emmanuel Macrons policy.

French media finds that the number of dissatisfied that is still set up to protest have become fewer, week by week – however, from a very high level. At the 15-time attended by some 25,000 protesters in marches across the country, a number that later was written up to the dual – 50,000 people, reports the newspaper Le Parisien. An increasing number of after the relative calm that prevailed in the country during the christmas and new year holidays.

" They have no right to keep us in this shit. We have had enough of being forced to pay expensive all the time, we have had enough of this slavery. We need to be able to live on our salaries, " says François Cordier, one of the protesters in Paris, to Reuters news agency.

riot police in action on a street in Paris on Saturday. Photo: Sameer Al-Doumy / AFP

choosing to only emerge with their first name, describe its bagerianställda daughter's pressed economy on the basis of a monthly salary of 800 euros, the equivalent of a little more than 8.000 sek:

" She works 25 hours a week in a bakery. For her, it's all about survival, " says the demonstrator.

Initially, the demonstration in Paris a peaceful event, with about 3,500 participants. But in the afternoon hit the protesters together with the large police force ordered out to maintain order in the capital.

Tear gas was shot towards demonstrators who tried to cross the river Seine to reach the French parliament, located in the seventh arrondissement on the south side of the river.

, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Lyon, Saint-Étienne, Rouen, Nice, Nantes, and Caen, there have been reports of clashes between demonstrators and the police.

in Lyon, In southeastern France, the country's third largest city, attended by approximately 1,300 people in the Yellow västarnas protests. Clashes between police and demonstrators followed after the protesters blocked traffic on a section of the A7 motorway, and in the centrally located neighbourhood of La Confluence, reports Lyontidningen Le Progrès.

the Shopkeeper with access to the protective shutters found for good to close and trap these protection when the violent protesters were sighted.

come after the president of Macron and his government has sharpened the tone against the Yellow vests and called them the agitators who are out to unseat the government.

on Wednesday, police Eric Drouet, one of the Yellow västarnas leaders. He is suspected of having organized a demonstration without having to announce it, reports TT.

https://twitter.com/nrchatellerault/status/1081513800900247552

action two months ago with, among other things vägblockader. The violence followed in operating the track, with vandalism is not at least hit shop owners hard. The fiercest clashes were reported from Paris, where the police have largely used water cannons and tear gas to push away protesters.

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