•   
  •   
  •   

Canada Coronavirus: demonstrations against the reconfinement in Toulouse, Castres and Paris

00:45  30 october  2020
00:45  30 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

Covid-19. "The hour is serious", warns the spokesperson of the government

 Covid-19. © SCREENSHOT LCI Gabriel Attal, spokesman of the government, on the set of LCI, October 22, 2020. Gabriel Attal confirms that of departments will go on high alert with the implementation of the curfew, which Prime Minister Jean Castex will announce in the evening. The government spokesperson considers the situation in France "worrying". "The hour is serious in the country. " Gabriel Attal does not go all the way to describe the situation in France in the face of the coronavirus epidemic.

Demonstrations were held across France on Sunday in tribute to a teacher who was beheaded by an attacker after showing his students caricatures of Mohammad. Samuel Paty was murdered near the school where he worked, in the commune of Conflans Saint-Honorine, northwest of Paris , on Friday.

Earlier this month, Macron announced a night-time curfew in Paris and other big cities, but officials this week acknowledged that measure had proved insufficient to bring down infection rates Several demonstrations against the virus restrictions were planned for Wednesday in the capital Prague.

Un peu plus d'une centaine de personnes se sont rassemblées jeudi soir à Paris et à Toulouse pour protester contre le reconfinement. 90 personnes ont également défilé dans les rues de Castres. © LIONEL BONAVENTURE / AFP A little more than a hundred people gathered Thursday evening in Paris and Toulouse to protest against the reconfinement. 90 people also marched in the streets of Castres.

Demonstrations bringing together dozens of people were organized Thursday evening in Toulouse and Castres, but also in Paris, to denounce the re-containment which comes into force at midnight. In Toulouse, 120 people came to the emblematic Place du Capitole, opposite the town hall, to protest against government measures, according to the Haute-Garonne prefecture.

>> LIVE - Coronavirus: follow the evolution of the situation on Thursday, October 29

Toulouse: Attacked by young people who wanted to steal his scooter, a teenager saved by passers-by

 Toulouse: Attacked by young people who wanted to steal his scooter, a teenager saved by passers-by Three of the young people who were beaten were arrested by the police and will be summoned later for an indictment by the children's judge © C. Boff / 20 Minutes Illustration of a scooter. VIOLENCE - Three of the young people who were beaten were arrested by the police and will be summoned later for an indictment by the children's judge A 17-year-old youngster had a great fright Thursday at the end of the afternoon .

Demonstrations against the restrictions the national and local government have put in place to contain the spread of the Covid-19 Across the Channel in France, where a state of emergency has also been declared recently, there have been major protests in several cities, including Paris and Marseille.

Although the demonstration focused on coronavirus restrictions, those taking part espoused anti -authoritarian grievances ranging from the lockdown to the imprisonment of Julian Assange to claims of elite child sexual abuse. On the eve of the protest, Corbyn told the Guardian that a number

In Paris, between 150 and 200 people gathered at Place de la République, indicates Le Parisien . In Castres, sub-prefecture of Tarn, the demonstrators, mainly traders and local business leaders gathered behind the banner "Still standing, tomorrow on your knees", asked for their activities to be maintained, noted a photographer from the AFP.

Demonstration underway from Place de la République in Paris to protest against the confinement. # COVID19 # containment2 # re-containment2 #Paris pic.twitter.com/7tCIvGFXgN

- Charles Baudry (@CharlesBaudry) October 29, 2020 "In three months rebelote"

"People will meet at 20 or at 30 at home to party and pass the Covid on and in three months rebel ", regrets the organizer of the rally, Davy Caravaca. According to the police, there were 90 demonstrators at the height of the mobilization.

Confinement in Toulouse: A thousand small bosses lie down on the Capitol to shout their will to live .
At the call of their employers' unions, a thousand traders and small entrepreneurs made a "die-in" this Friday on Place du Capitole © B. Colin / 20 Minutes Friday, Place du Capitole, the small employers of Toulouse mobilized to say that they were essential.

usr: 1
This is interesting!