France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ Protesters March Despite Ban

France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ Protesters March Despite Ban

French ‘yellow vest‘ protesters are rallying to support an activist injured in a confrontation with police.

The demonstrators are undeterred by protest bans or repeated injuries in 20 weeks of demonstrations. So they are marching again Saturday in Paris,

Bordeaux and other cities to keep pressing President Emmanuel Macron to do more to help the working classes, redesign French politics or resign.

They are also showing solidarity with Genevieve Legay, 73 anni, an anti-globalization activist who suffered a head injury in the southern City of Nice last weekend. The Nice prosecutor said a police officer pushed her down.

“We are all Genevieve!” read an online appeal for Saturday’s protests.

The main Paris protest weaved through the Left Bank and past the Eiffel Tower. Protests are banned around the Champs-Elysees, scene of recent rioting.

We noted that some of the yellow vests had FREXIT written on the back.

Stay tuned…

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