After recent riots in yellow-vests protests last weekend has France Prime Minister Édouard Philippe admitted "dysfunctions" in the security arrangements. "Inadequacies" would have prevented the maintenance of public order. During the month of Monday, he wanted to submit suggestions for improvement to President Emmanuel Macron, the prime minister's office said.
Representatives of the opposition accused the government of not acting against the violence. They call on Interior Minister Christophe Castaner and Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire, on Tuesday before the legal and
Senate Economic Committee to explain the "great violence and humiliation".
The politician François-Xavier Bellamym, who replaced the list of conservative Republicans for the
European elections and deputy mayor of Versailles is made the state for "the defeat of the
The government has revealed itself as powerless, and Anne Hildalgo, the mayor of Paris, has called for a declaration from the French authorities
Government. "We are in the midst of a big social and
political crisis. (…) We can not continue like that! ", Said
she the newspaper Le Parisien, The right-wing populist marine
Le Pen, who heads the Rassemblement National, sees the responsibility for the riots in far-left groups. She called on Macron, such groups
In Paris, the yellow-west streets had been devastated on Saturday during protests. Shops were plundered around the splendid boulevard Champs-Elysées,
Restaurants demolished and cars were lit. Around 50 shops were damaged. A house burned, several people were injured, 200 people were taken into custody. With the number of participants dropping over the past week, organizers of the Yellow-West Movement have called for a collective appearance in the French capital. According to the French Ministry of the Interior, about 10,000 people gathered in the capital.
The French president had announced consequences after the violent protests. Everyone who was on the Champs-Elysées would have become accomplices
made, Macron said. They've done a lot since November, but that
obviously not enough. A controversial "anti-rioter law" makes it easier to impose demonstration bans.