Entertainment manifestations against the sanitary pass: 71 persons arrested, 24 in Paris

16:45  25 july  2021
16:45  25 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Des manifestants prennent part à une manifestation contre les nouvelles mesures de sécurité contre le coronavirus, notamment le carnet de santé obligatoire demandé par le gouvernement français, dans le quartier du musée du Louvre à Paris, le 17 juillet 2021. © Geoffroy van der Hasselt / AFP protesters take part in a demonstration against the new security measures against the coronavirus, including the obligatory health book requested by the French government, in the district of the Louvre Museum in Paris, on July 17, 2021.

71 people were arrested in France, of which 24 in Paris, during the manifestations against the sanitary pass, this Saturday, July 24th. The Ministry of the Interior announces that 29 members of the police were injured.

The Events Saturday against the Sanitary Pass resulted in 71 arrests, 24 in Paris and 29 members of the police were injured, according to a count on Sunday of the Interior.

The events brought together 161,000 people including 11,000 in the capital, still according to Beauvau.

in Paris, 21 people were placed in custody, specified the floor.

"No protesters" injured, according to the interior

"27 policemen and two gendarmes were injured. No protesters were ", added the inside.

These events were enamelled with incidents between police officers and protesters in Lyon, Nantes, Toulouse and Paris, especially on the Champs-Elysées after dispersion.

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© Marc Ollivier / West-France Demonstration against the enlargement of the sanitary pass, Saturday, August 14, in Nantes. Photo Stock Illustration. For the sixth consecutive week, more than 200 events are planned in France, on Saturday, August 21, against the extension of the sanitary pass set up on August 9. Last Saturday, these gatherings brought together nearly 215,000 people on the streets, according to the figures of the Ministry of the Interior.

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