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  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
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    Police special units. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • March "for social rights and freedom" in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
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    A police charge during the demonstration. The march "for social rights and freedom" in the capital, one of the 90 rallies announced on Saturday, was marked by strong tensions at the head of the procession. The announcement of the rewriting of Article 24 did not satisfy the many unions and associations #StopLoiSécuritéGlobale, which demands its outright withdrawal, as well as that of Articles 21 and 22 of the text, and challenges the "new national scheme for maintaining order" that limits media coverage of the demonstrations.
  • Yellow vests demonstration in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
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    About 5,000 demonstrators gathered in Paris, divided into several processions that sometimes joined together, on the occasion of Act 82 of the Yellow Vests movement. Several clashes took place throughout the day as the police experimented with new policing tactics. More than 200 arrests were made, according to the Paris police prefecture.
  • Public healthcare employees take to the streets of Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231802.jpg
    About 2000 demonstrators pounded the Parisian pavement between Port Royal and the Ministry of Health in Paris to demand salary increases and more resources for the French hospital following the Covid-19 health crisis. A heavy gendarmerie force was surrounding the demonstration.
  • Public healthcare employees take to the streets of Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231803.jpg
    About 2000 demonstrators pounded the Parisian pavement between Port Royal and the Ministry of Health in Paris to demand salary increases and more resources for the French hospital following the Covid-19 health crisis. A heavy gendarmerie force was surrounding the demonstration.
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231327.jpg
    Demonstrations were organized on Saturday 13 June in several French cities (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier...) against racism and police violence. The largest rally took place in Paris, at the call of the Adama Committee named after Adama Traoré, a young black man who died in July 2016 after being stopped by the gendarmerie in the Paris suburbs, where more than 20,000 people gathered, according to the police prefecture. While the parade was due to leave Place de la République at 2:30 pm, the procession was blocked by the police. The mobilisation took place against a background of tension between the forces of law and order and the Minister of the Interior. The death of George Floyd, a black American man killed in Minneapolis on 25 May by a white policeman, aroused widespread worldwide indignation and "Black lives matter" became a universal slogan within a few days.
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