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Enthusiasts Sanitary Anti Pass Events: 161,000 protesters in France, including 11,000 in Paris

00:52  25 july  2021
00:52  25 july  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Environ 161.000 personnes ont manifesté en France ce samedi contre le pass sanitaire voulu par le gouvernement. C'est davantage que le week-end dernier, où 114.000 personnes avaient défilé. Le ministre de l'Intérieur Gérald Darmanin a indiqué que 9 individus ont été interpellés à Paris. © Sameer Al-Doumy / AFP About 161,000 people demonstrated in France this Saturday against the government wanted by the government. It's more than the last weekend, where 114,000 people have parade. The Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin indicated that 9 individuals were arrested in Paris.

Some 161,000 people, including 11,000 in Paris, marched this Saturday in France to protest the sanitary pass, more than last Saturday, where 114,000 people had shown. According to a balance sheet communicated by the Ministry of the Interior, there was in the provinces, "168 entered actions that mobilized nearly 150,000 people". In Paris, the ministry added, they were 11,000, slightly down compared to July 17 when 18,000 people had manifested.

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Incidents near Champs-Elysées

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In a tweet, the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin reported "9 individuals arrested" in Paris, where incidents took place near the Champs-Elysées. "I condemn, he added, with the greatest firmness the violent behaviors who have targeted some policemen, gendarmes and journalists". Gérald Darmanin further thanked "the police forces mobilized to supervise the events".

Thank you to the forces of the Order mobilized to supervise the events today. I condemn with the greatest firmness the violent behaviors who have targeted some policemen, gendarmes and journalists.

In Paris, 9 individuals were arrested.

- Gérald Darmanin (@Gdarmanin) JULY 24, 2021

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