local police officers And in the town of Ganges, in southern France, they confiscated utensils that the demonstrators used to make noise during the demonstrations against Emmanuel Macron, during the visit of the French President Thursday.
In a video posted on TwitterA local policeman can be seen holding a small round steel bowl from one of the protesters.
To justify the depression, the officer refers to the ban on “portable audio devices” and “entertainment devices” issued by the local authorities before Macron’s visit to a secondary school in the Ganges, south of the Hérault department.
Asked by Sebastien Roma, a local MP from the left-wing France Unbweed party, if he was ready to confront protesters during his visit, Macron said he would go if people were willing to talk.
Except for eggs and poultry. “At home to cook,” he said.
It has also been used by pans and trowels Crowds of demonstrators To disrupt Macron’s visit to Muerschultz on Wednesday.
The French president is currently touring the country trying to reconcile with the public after his controversial pension reform to officially raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. It became law last Saturday.
Macron gave a speech on national television on Monday evening in which he defended his deeply unpopular plan, saying reform was “necessary” and that he wanted to rebuild the French people’s relationship with their working lives through “social dialogue” and be “closer to the place”.
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