World Opponents to the Sanitary Pass droppieces the portrait of Macron in the Town Hall of Chambéry
Information Europe 1 - The speech of Emmanuel Macron will last more than 30 minutes
© AFP Emmanuel Macron will address the French at 20h, on Monday night, for an interview that promises (very) long. The head of state will try to "convince or bang on the non-vaccinated", according to a minister. Who continues: "It will cost expensive not to be vaccinated". This Monday night at 8 pm, it will be the eighth address of Emmanuel Macron to French since the beginning of the sanitary crisis.
of the protestersintroduced this Wednesday, July 21 to the City Hall of Chambéry (Savoie). They have , before leaving the premises.
About 200 people had met in Chambery Wednesday afternoon for an undeclared manifestation against the sanitary pass and the vaccine, reports. Parties of the courthouse, they made the road to the town hall.Peu before 15 hours, "Noting that the door of the building was open", according to the local media, they penetrated, to the cries of "no to the sanitary pass" , or "freedom! Freedom ! "
from Paris to Montpellier, 19,000 people in the streets against the sanitary pass and some clashes
© Copyright 2021, Obs while France celebrated on Wednesday its National Day of July 14, more than 19,000 people, according to the authorities, showed in the country in the name of "freedom". in question: The statements of the President Monday night, which announced the establishment of an obligation to be vaccinated for caregivers and other occupations, as well as the extension of the sanitary pass at most places .
Another demonstration on 17 June
on a video published by the, the protesters are filmed in the process of entering the hall of the Council. One of them picks up the portrait of Emmanuel Macron and then brandish themselves against the holes and whistles of the crowd.
the protesters, many of whom did not wear a mask, stayed on the spot a fifteen minutes before going out and to continue their procession, whose final destination was unknown, adds France 3. According to, the protesters, of which The number has gradually weakened, tried to force the entrance to the stadium swimming pool without success.
This is not the first time thatin a declared way in Chambéry: they had already manifested two Repeats, on July 14th and 17th, recalls France 3, which states that they had been warned again on Tuesday night by the prefect. Contacted by "Obs", the town hall specifies that the portrait was returned.
France owes French Polynesia 'a debt' over nuclear tests: Macron .
French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that Paris owed "a debt" to French Polynesia over nuclear tests conducted in the South Pacific territory between 1966 and 1996, but stopped short of apologising. "The nation owes a debt to French Polynesia. This debt is from having conducted these tests, in particular those between 1966 and 1974. Nobody can claim that they were clean."The legacy of French testing in the territory remains a source of deep resentment and is seen as evidence of racist colonial attitudes that disregarded the lives of locals.