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By Associated Press
1; French police fired tear gas and water cannons to spread violent protesters in Paris on Saturday, as thousands gathered in the capital and beyond and staged thousands of police officers deposited nationwide to contain the eighth day of mortal demonstrations that began as protests against tax but turned into a punishment by President Emmanuel Macron and the perceived elite in France’s ruling class. Two people have been killed since 17 November in protest-related tragedies.
Excited conflict at the Champs Elysees that ended at dusk on Saturday, the police shot away with demonstrators who burned plywood, handled posters that read “Death to Taxes” and upward. A big vehicle.
At least 19 people, including four police officers, were a little injured and one person had more serious damage to the accident in Paris, according to the police.
A demonstrator dares the French flag on a burning barricade on the Champs-Elysées Avenue with the Arc de Triomphe in the background, during demonstration against rising fuel charges on November 24, 2018 in Paris. Michel Euler / AP
Macron replied in a highly formulated tweet: “Shame on those who attacked (the police). Shame on those who were violent against other citizens … No place for this violence in the Republic.”
The police said that dozens of protesters were imprisoned for “t hrowing projectiles,” among other actions. At night, Champs-Elysees was smoldering and in Place de la Madeleine lay burned scooters on the sidewalk as a black shell.
“It will trigger a civil war and I, like most other citizens, are all ready,” said Benjamin Vrignaud, 21-year-old protest from Chartres.
“They take everything from us, they steal everything from us “said 21-year-old Laura Cordonnier.
The famous avenue was pointed with smoke of smoke and neon – because of the west’s color, they are self-styled” yellow jackets “protesters. French drivers are obliged to keep neon safety vests in their vehicles
Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said that 8000 demonstrators flooded the Champs Elysees at the top of the demonstration and there were almost 106,000 protesters and 130 arrests in total.
Castaner condemned protesters from the right-hand right, which he called “rebellious” as he accused National Leadership Leader of Marine Le Pen to encourage them.
However, the Ministry of Interior played down the lakan demonstrations by marking up t ill. 280,000 people participated “/>
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