171 arrested in the serious riots in Paris after the government passed the censure motions


Meanwhile, the Élysée has announced that the French president will appear on television tomorrow, Wednesday, a day after a meeting with the prime minister, Élisabeth Borne, whose continuity has been questioned by some quarters.

Euskaraz irakurri: 171 pertsona atxilotu dituzte Parisen, Gobernuak zentsura mozioak gainditu osteko protestetan

At least 171 people have been arrested in recent hours in the serious disturbances recorded in Paris that coincided with the overcoming, with the minimum (by just nine votes) of the two motions of censure against the government of France. The opposition has denounced the arrest of peaceful demonstrators, including politicians from La Francia Insumisa.

Hundreds of people have taken to the streets in central Paris to protest the imposition of pension reform. According to the French press, some demonstrators overturned rubbish containers, set fire to them and looted shops in the most emblematic shopping streets of the French capital.

The police have deployed the BRAV-M riot police who have chased those responsible for this havoc on motorcycles in the vicinity of Montmartre, the Opera or the Louvre.

The leader of La Francia Insumisa, Jean-Luc Melenchon, has called for an “immediate halt to the arrests”. “Tonight, dozens of peaceful people were violently and arbitrarily detained. Among them Emma Fourreau, co-responsible for Jóvenes Insumisas, and Laurent Abrahams, activist at La Francia Insumisa. We demand an immediate end to the arrests and the release of the prisoners! !” , the left-wing leader has published on Twitter.

The mobilizations have been replicated in many other French cities. In Marseille, a hundred demonstrators have tried to storm the Bouches-du-Rhône prefecture, the police report the figaro citing police sources. The police have reported all of them. The situation is similar in Toulouse and Bordeaux, where police used tear gas to disperse the crowd. There have also been protests in Montpellier (south), Nancy, Strasbourg (northeast), Dijon (east) and Rennes (northwest).

Worn, on the slack rope

Meanwhile, the Élysée has announced that French President Emmanuel Macron will respond to questions from journalists from public television channels TF1 and France 2 tomorrow, Wednesday (1 p.m.).

Today, Tuesday, it receives the Prime Minister, Élisabeth Borne (09:00), whose continuity is questioned from some sectors. Later he will have lunch with the presidents of both legislative chambers, that of the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, and that of the Senate, Gérard Lacher. At the end of the afternoon, the parliamentarians of the three parties that support his government are summoned to the Elysee.

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Source: EITB


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