India Sixty-two arrests in the framework of the manifestations against the sanitary pass
Jean-Marie Bigard wants to boycott the sanitary pass for his show
© Alain Jocard / AFP The French humorist Jean-Marie Bigard participates in a manifestation of "yellow vests", September 12, 2020 in Paris. After Jean-Marie Bigard's announcement on Instagram of his opposition to the "sanitary pass" for his show, one of the rooms that must welcome him recalls that the health protocol must be respected.
In Paris, the police, three of which were injured, conducted 26 arrests, according to the department.
The manifestations against the sanitary pass had collected on Saturday, in France, more than 200,000 people. They resulted in 72 arrests across the country, according to a new report released on Sunday, August 1 by the Ministry of the Interior.
In Paris, the police, three of which were injured, conducted 26 arrests, according to the department. Among the persons arrested in the capital, 25, of whom 2 minors were placed in custody, suspected of violence on law enforcement, "participation in a group in order to commit violence or degradation" or for contempt, rebellion or detention of explosive gear.
Sanitary measures: in Chambéry, the anti pass the third
HUGO RIBES Many anti-passenger protesters, antivax and anti-masks were in the streets in Chambery, this Saturday. For the fourth gathering of health anti-passengers in Chambéry (Savoie) in ten days, on Saturday afternoon, mobilization is still growing. As in many cities of France , an impressive crowd has embarked on the streets of the city, a magnifying river of minutes in minutes, probably bringing together more than 3,000 people according to a first estimate.
for this third Saturday in a row of manifestations against the sanitary pass at the heart of the summer holidays, the mobilization has increased.
In Paris, about 14,000 people scrolled, according to the Ministry of the Interior. In Nantes, the demonstrations gathered "just under 4,000 people", according to the préfecture of the Loire-Atlantique, and he reigned a "very tense" atmosphere, to believe a photographer of the France-Presse agency. In the South-East, the main gatherings were held in Nice (6,500 protesters) and Montpellier (10,000 protesters), where an installed screening tent near an analytical laboratory was attacked by protesters. In Marseille, a very heterogeneous crowd (about 4,800 people, according to the prefecture) gathered, brandishing the communist flag, that of France unsuitable (LFI) or the tricolor flag presenting a Croix de Lorraine. In Strasbourg, 3,200 people, according to the police, paraded in the city center, without overflow and in the presence of MP Martine Wonner (former LRM). In Bordeaux they were 5,500. Other processions in Rennes, Saint-Pierre de la Reunion or Lille gathered less than 3,000 people each.
Last week, they had been 161,000 to be scrolled, including 11,000 in Paris, and 110,000 a week earlier.
Pass sanitary in transport: "massive" checks but "not systematic" .
Your Browser does not support this video The sanitary pass is now required to board interregional trains and TGV since Monday 9 August But not for the ter and suburban trains. The Minister Delegate to Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebari explained that controls would be put in place "at first docks" but would not be systematic. sanitary pass: tgv, interstates, cars ...