The French president Emmanuel Macron wants ‘strong, complementary decisions ” to prevent the protest by the yellow shirts even more violent ends as Saturday in Paris. He gets heavy to everyone that the riots had been involved in.
That said Macron Saturday night after a meeting of the crisis cell of the French ministry of the Interior. The president was on skiweekend but returned early back. ‘All those who (on the Champs-Elysées, ed) was one of them, is complicit,’ he stated to the press.
According to Macron will be the meeting of the crisis cell ‘to be followed by proposals from the ministers and premier. “There are today people who the Republic in all possible ways try to destroy (…)’, according to the president.
In total, Saturday, more than 32,000 people in France on the street in the context of the protests of the yellow shirts against the French government, of whom nearly 10,000 in Paris. Of them there were, according to minister of Home Affairs Christophe Castaner some 1,500 ‘ultra-violent’. The police picked up all together 237 persons.