Demonstrators in Paris walked as 'Macron resigned'
While the curfew restrictions agreed across the country in France were protested in many cities, events broke out in the protest in the capital Paris. The demonstrators shouting 'Macron resign' and 'the French wake up', marched to Les Halles District.
While the curfew restrictions agreed across the country due to the rapid increase in new types of coronavirus cases in France were protested in many cities, events occurred in the action in the capital Paris.
Although curfews and gathering of more than 6 people were prohibited in Paris, nearly 200 people gathered in République Square.
Demonstrators shouting "Macron resign", "The French wake up" and "Everyone hates curfew" marched to Les Halles Quarter.
Police used tear gas on protesters who ignored his warnings to disperse. Protesters also damaged the environment.
Demonstrations were also held in cities of the country such as Toulouse and Castres.
On the other hand, the curfew restrictions agreed across the country started. Accordingly, the public will only be able to go to work, meet the essential market needs, go to health institutions, walk their dogs and go out for a short walk.
The government wants citizens to follow their business from home if possible.
When the French go out, they need to have the document they provided from the Ministry of Internal Affairs website stating their excuses with them and hand it over to the police in case of control. Those who do not follow this rule will be fined 135 euros.
In France, all schools, cafes, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, cinemas and commercial workplaces were closed due to the epidemic; It was decided that only markets, pharmacies, banks and gas stations were left open.