"Yellow vest" campaign in Paris, France
The "mouvement des gilets jaunes" movement in Paris, France, started on November 17, 2018. It is the biggest riot in 50 years in Paris, France, because it protested against the government's levying of fuel tax. On the first day, more than 280000 people participated, which lasted for several days and severely damaged the French economy.
At 8:00 p.m. on December 10, 2018, French President Nicolas macarone made some concessions to the "yellow vest" movement in a televised speech. On December 17, French Prime Minister Edward Philippe publicly admitted his mistake. The movement spread to Belgium and Canada. On December 20, 2018, the Museum of the palace of Versailles in France announced that it would be closed for one day on December 22 due to demonstrations and protests.
On January 5, 2019, in the first round of demonstrations in France in 2019, thousands of people in Paris took to the streets again to protest in the center of the city. On January 19, another "yellow vest" protest was held in Paris, during which 42 people were detained. On January 26, about 4000 people took part in the demonstration in Paris, and 69000 people across France took part in the demonstration. On January 31, makelong said that the "yellow vest" movement is a social and political movement without "fixed demands and leaders". On February 16, 2019 local time, the 14th "yellow vest" demonstration in France was held. On March 16, 2019, the "yellow vest" protest in France entered its 18th week. After several weeks of relative calm, the gradually reduced scale of the protestors rebounded and violence reappeared. The police used tear gas and water cannon to the protestors.
On March 22, 2019, French police banned "yellow vest" protestors from holding protests in Champs Elysees on March 23, 2019 (Saturday). It is expected that trade union members, yellow vest protestors and rioters in high spirits will take to the streets on May 1, 2019, and the authorities have strengthened security measures in the capital.
In order to fulfill the Paris climate agreement, French President Marcon raised the diesel tax by 6.2% per litre in 2018. The increase of fuel tax has led to a sharp rise in oil prices, and the fuel cost borne by the French people has increased, which has aroused public dissatisfaction and protest. French transport minister Elie sababelborn said that the diesel tax in France has increased by 7 euro cents per liter, while the gasoline tax has increased by 4 euro cents per liter. The government plans to continue to raise the fuel tax in the next few years to promote new energy vehicles and reduce air pollution.
On November 17, 2018, French people launched a "yellow vest" protest. More than 280000 French people took part in the protest on the first day of the event. Since then, every weekend, protestors in yellow vests have flocked to various public places in Paris to protest the government's decision to increase the fuel tax.
On November 24, 2018, more than 100000 French people took to the streets to participate in the "yellow vest" protest, and about 8000 people in Paris took part in the protest. At least 5000 protestors poured into the Champs Elysees during the protests in Paris, leading to the closure of famous international luxury shops in the region.
On December 1, 2018, the protestors of the "yellow vest" protest movement rushed to the streets of Paris from other towns for the third time. Protestors gathered around the Arc de Triomphe on Champs Elysees in eight districts of Paris.
On December 8, 2018, a demonstration broke out in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. Affected by the French "yellow vest" protest, the protestors also wore fluorescent yellow vests and threw stones and firecrackers at the police. The local prosecutor's office said 450 protestors who participated in the "yellow vest" demonstration were arrested. On December 8, 2018 local time, France's "yellow vest" launched the fourth round of demonstrations. 120000 people took to the streets and more than 1300 people were arrested.
On the morning of December 9, 2018, the French interior ministry released the latest news that during the "yellow vest" demonstration, the police arrested a total of 1723 protestors, of whom 1220 were detained.
On January 6, 2019, some women with yellow balloons March from the Bastille square to the canier opera house. Midway, some women knelt down for a minute to observe silence for the 10 people who died in the "yellow vest movement" and the hundreds who were injured. "All media coverage is violence, and we are forgetting the root cause of the problem," said Karen, a 42 year old protester.
On January 12, 2019, a new round of demonstrations in Paris appeared as scheduled in the rain. The French Interior Ministry said 8000 people demonstrated in Paris on the same day. During this period, with the gradual increase in the number of demonstrators, the police began to release tear gas, trying to disperse the crowd. On the other hand, on the Champs Elysees Street opposite the Arc de Triomphe, a large number of people tried to enter the Arc de Triomphe from there, but the police used water cannons to disperse them. On that day, the demonstration process was relatively peaceful and there was no violence. The police are still on alert. More than 5000 police officers are deployed in several important locations in Paris to prevent the impact of the protestors. At the same time, the police re deployed a number of armored vehicles in the Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysees. As of press release, police have arrested more than 120 people in Paris.
On January 20, 2019, in Paris, France, the route of the 10th "yellow vest" parade involved 13 Chinese districts. Many Chinese businesses expressed concern about this. Some of them closed their stores ahead of time to prevent possible smashing and looting. But the whole process of the parade was very harmonious. Many yellow waistcoats were carefully dressed up, and the scene was like a fashion show.
On February 2, 2019, the participants of "yellow vest" launched another protest. The scope of these protests is not limited to Paris. It is expected that rallies will be held in Bordeaux, Marseille, Toulouse, Lyon, Lille and many small French towns. In France, about 58000 people took to the streets to March, which was less than before, and the number of protests in Paris increased to 13000. Yellow vest claims that 116000 people across the country joined the protest.
On February 9, 2019, Paris encountered the 13th round of demonstrations since November 2018, and the protestors confronted the police under the Eiffel Tower.
On February 23, 2019, the scale of the yellow vest protest was larger than that of last weekend. A total of 46000 people participated in the protest activities in France, and 5800 people marched on the streets in Paris.
On March 9, 2019, Paris was confronted with the 17th round of demonstrations since November 2018. On that day, the protestors called for the protection of women's rights and interests, and the female protestors' trademark clothing was changed from "yellow vest" to "pink vest".
On March 9, 2019, French "yellow vest" protestors broke into and destroyed a Masonic hut in the town of tabu in southwest France. For this kind of plunder, the French government issued a strong condemnation on the 10th, accusing the protestors of "stupidity" and "narrow mindedness".
On March 16, 2019, the 18th round of protest of "yellow vest" movement appeared, and the Champs Elysees in Paris once again became a "battlefield". In the eighth District of Paris, where clashes broke out between the protestors and the police, many shops were looted. The protestors threw Street tiles at the police and burned garbage cans, vehicles and open-air cafes. On the Champs Elysees in Paris, the glass of Fukai restaurant was first broken by Smashers, and then set on fire. French Prime Minister Philippe admitted on the evening of 17 that the security measures in Paris on Saturday "failed to work.". The French Prime Minister's office announced that evening that Prime Minister Philip would put forward "corresponding countermeasures and suggestions" to President makeron at the cabinet meeting on the 18th.
On March 22, 2019, another round of "yellow vest" demonstration will be staged in Paris, France. Le Fouquet's, a famous restaurant on the Champs Elysees, is decorated with steel plates to prevent it from being smashed.
On March 30, 2019, the "yellow vest" demonstration broke out in London, UK.
On April 6, 2019, during the 21st round of French "yellow vest" demonstration, the number of protestors detained by the police in Paris rose to 43.
On April 20, 2019, the French "yellow vest" movement launched the 23rd round of demonstrations. The French Interior Ministry said that this week, about 28000 protestors participated in the "yellow vest" protests across the country, including about 9000 protestors in Paris. According to reports, some protestors believe that the hundreds of millions of donations for the reconstruction of Notre Dame reflect the huge income inequality in France. They understand the grief of Notre Dame fire, but hope to return to reality and solve the income inequality.
On April 22, 2019, many angry marchers expressed strong resistance to the huge donations for the reconstruction of Notre Dame within a few days. Many "yellow vests" believe that France is rich, but no one is willing to give generously to the poor. They expect to make some big noise before French President Nicolas macarone delivers his televised speech on Thursday, so as to pressure the president to "pay".
On May 1, 2019, according to the "Central News Agency", the French government's zero tolerance attitude towards the violence of demonstrations and protests will be tested on May 1 Labor Day. It is expected that members of trade unions who are in high spirits, "yellow vest" protestors and rioters will take to the streets on that day. The authorities have also strengthened security measures in the capital.
In addition, the authorities will arrange nearly 200 motorcycles in the capital so that they can respond quickly to violent incidents, and use drones to track demonstrations and protests.
On May 4, 2019, the "yellow vest" movement in France entered its 25th week, with about 1.5 million people in France
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