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US News Coronavirus: clashes in Brussels during a manifestation against sanitary measures

06:05  24 january  2022
06:05  24 january  2022 Source:   20minutes.fr

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according to the authorities, about 50,000 people marched in Brussels. Clashes broke out near the EU headquarters. Three officers and 12 protesters were hospitalized

Des policiers utilisant un canon à eau lors d'une manifestation contre les restrictions sanitaires, à Bruxelles le 23 janvier 2022. © Geert Vanden Wijngaert / AP of the police using a water barrel during a manifestation against sanitary restrictions, in Brussels on January 23, 2022. Restrictions - According to the authorities, about 50,000 people Scrolled in Brussels. Clashes broke out near the EU headquarters. Three officers and 12 protesters were hospitalized

the tension was at its height Sunday in the streets of the city symbol of Europe. Hears opposed Brussels the police and opponents of sanitary restrictions to combat the Covid-19 . According to the authorities, about 50,000 people marched, some from other European countries.

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This is the most important manifestations in the city in recent months. The clashes erupted near the siege of the European Union . The police made use of water and tear gas cannons to repel protesters who launched cobblestones and firecrackers. A little later, police officers, bombarded with metal barriers, found refuge in a metro station.

Approximately 70 Arrests

The head of the European diplomacy Josep Borrell condemned the "destruction and violence insane" after that masked attackers broke a glass door at the EU's headquarters of foreign affairs. According to the police, about 70 people were arrested, including a dozen for offenses such as jets of projectiles and property degradation. Three officers and 12 protesters were hospitalized, but none whose lives would be in danger.

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"Freedom of expression is one of the foundations of our society. Everyone is free to express his opinion, "said Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo. "But our society will never accept blind violence and even less to our police forces. The people involved this Sunday will be continued, "he added, while the bourgmestre of Brussels, Philip Close, deplored a" difficult day "and" the physical attacks whose police were victim ".

A European procession

manifestations against the health certificate have been held regularly for several weeks in the Belgian capital. Some of the previous gatherings had already been marked with clashes. The organizers, including the World Wide Demonstration for Freedom and European United for Freedom movements, had invited protesters from other European countries to participate Sunday. Dutch, Polish, French and Romanian flags were visible in the procession.

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This event occurs while some governments move towards a lifting of certain sanitary restrictions, despite the persistence of Omicron . This variant is now dominant in the European Union and in the European Economic Area, announced the European Health Agency on Friday.

The past week, more than 60,000 people were contaminated every day in Belgium, a qualified wave of "tsunami" by the authorities. But the less deleterious effects of the Omicron variant and a high rate of vaccination have allowed the health system to be less under pressure than in previous waves. In this context, the Prime Minister announced Friday that restaurants and bars could lengthen their opening hours.

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