Tens of thousands of people went on Saturday to the streets in France, as every Saturday since July, to protest by the measures of Emmanuel Macronpara put pressure on the unvaccinated, in this case particularly spurred by the French president's diatribe against refractory to Immunization.
The marches summoned into dozens of cities throughout the country gave rise to some altercations, as in one of the concentrations that there was in Paris or in Montpellier, where the police resorted to the tear gas to restore order.
In the French capital, the most numerous march, with several thousand people, was convened by the leader of the Ultradererchist Movement Los Patriots, Florian Philippot, between the Plaza del Palacio Real and the Invalides.
In the parade, he was headed by a banner with the motto "freedom", dominated the flags of France and the slogans against Macron. Among others, you could hear: "Macron, your certificate do not want it."
According to the Issuer France info, they also managed to bring together thousands of protesters the calls of Strasbourg, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Montpellier or Chambéry.
Last Tuesday, in an interview with readers of the newspaper Le Parisien, Macron charged the refractories to vaccination, who described as irresponsible and said he intended to annoy or fuck them, which is also one of the possible translations of the verb " Emmerder "that he used.
These colloquial terms have ignited the debate that had begun at the National Assembly on Monday on the Government Law project that will force a certificate of vaccination for many of the current acts of social life in France for which since July there is already that present a sanitary certificate.
That means that it will not be enough to have a recent negative test, but you will have to demonstrate a full vaccination pattern, for example to take something in a bar or in a restaurant, go to the movies, to a show or a stadium or travel in a transportation Long-distance public, like a bus, a train, a plane or a boat.
The bill, which was approved in First Reader on Thursday at the National Assembly, initiates its processing in the Senate's plenary from next Tuesday.Updated Date: 08 January 2022, 14:43