In France, it is a ‘delegation’ of eight ‘official spokesmen’ of the ‘yellow vests’ appointed to ‘serious and necessary contact ” with the authorities and a series of requirements. The battle of the ‘yellow shirts’ against the high fuel prices in France have a heavy impact on the economic activity.
After the first sympathizers to have accessed via Facebook, the delegation of its ‘two main proposals ” to the government is passed. She is asking for a ‘reduction of all taxes “and calls for an ‘burgerbijeenkomst to organize’ the ecological transition to discuss, taking into account” the voice of the people’, the increase of the purchasing power and the uncertainty of the population.
“Our only wish is that these proposals are presented to the population during a referendum’, is still there to read in the text. That is published after a weekend of new protests and one day before a speech by president Emmanuel Macron which he text and explanation will be give on a ‘social pact’ that is associated with the ecological transition.
The requirements of the ‘yellow shirts’ are about the abolition of the Senate, the reduction of the employer contributions and an increase of the minimum wage and pensions. “We ask the representatives of the state and the government to us within a reasonable time. If a meeting is not forthcoming or there are no serious proposals to be made, the actions continued and increased”, sounds the yet.
The eight spokespersons, among whom two initiators of the movement, Eric Drouet and Priscillia Ludosky, are only the messengers and not leaders or decision-makers’.
A government spokesman says ‘open’ to dialogue, but he sets it right boundaries. ‘If the proposals amount to a demand to the National Assembly to terminate, or to the president, I fear that we are not positively respond, ” says Benjamin Griveaux.
In the communication stress the ‘yellow vests’ that ‘all forms of full blockages, and violence are not representative of the movement’. “We condemn strongly’, it sounds.
The battle of the ‘yellow shirts’ against the high fuel prices in France have a heavy impact on the economic activity. That has the French Economy minister Bruno Le Maire said Monday.
‘In the supermarkets, the loss of business on Saturday, 17 november, 35 per cent and on Saturday 24 november to 18 percent. During the week, it was between 8 percent and 15 percent, ” said the minister. It is according to him too early to assess the impact of actions on growth is unknown.
The French government, according to the minister, to ensure that the freedom of trade and movement is guaranteed in France.
Of the 103 people on that Saturday have been arrested after the violence during the meeting of the ‘yellow vests’ in Paris, are already 47 people for the court. 28 people is their pretrial renewed, reports the public prosecutor of Paris.
Saturday led to a meeting of the ‘yellow shirts’ on the Champs-Élysées in violence. “This picture is unseen, not only because it is completely improvised, there is no organizer or not a spokesman, but also by the duration of the event,” said police chief Michel Delpuech in an interview with CNews. “The commandos were largely infiltrated, inspired and manipulated by members of the ultra-right.’
The police chief let know yet that 31 people were injured. It went to 24 protesters and 7 members of the police. One manifestant and one police officer are very.