For the first time in several months, protests of “yellow vests” resumed in Paris and other French cities. As a result, law enforcers detained two hundred people.
According to the French media, in addition, 35 other protesters were fined. And this is despite the fact that not all the declared actions were banned.
According to the newspaper Le Parisien, the prefecture of Paris has banned two demonstrations, but several others have been approved, in particular, marches from the Exchange Square and from Place Vagram.
When the convoy began moving along the Avenue de la Vagram, clashes broke out between demonstrators and security forces. During the arrests, the police used tear gas grenades. In turn, according to media reports, the protesters set fire to garbage cans and overturned the city’s decoration.
In addition, police searched and searched passers-by in the Champs-Elysees and their surrounding streets, where demonstrations were banned after the pogroms of “yellow vests” in late 2018.
At the moment in the French capital closed many subway stations and lines of high-speed suburban trains RER.
Earlier EADaily reported that in August, French President Emmanuelle Macron offered his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko to mediate to establish a dialogue with the opposition.
In response, Lukashenko said he was ready to help Makron and become a mediator between him and the “yellow vests.