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Paris, Macron contested at the theatre by the militants of the movement against the pension reform
Thirty demonstrators from the movement against the pension reform have attempted to enter the theatre Bouffes du Nord in Paris, Emmanuel Macron, and the premiere dame Brigitte were watching a performance. The attempt was rejected by the police. Macron and his wife were placed in safety, then they could fit in the room to watch the end of a theatrical piece, and then went off in a car.

The protesters have confronted each other for about an hour with the police, shouting "all together, general strike". According to the entourage of the Store to "warn" of the presence of a Macron in the theater was the militant journalist Taha Bouhafs sitting a few rows from the president, who tweeted a picture and called upon the activists to disturb the representation. The journalist was then stopped and brought to the police station. Same thing on the Twitter page of another journalist who stirred up to go in front of the theater. One of the protesters, Arthur Knight explained: "we were at the university Paris VII when someone has received a message that said that Macron was at the theatre and we have come to see that we are present, that we protest not only for the reform of pensions".
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