Hundreds of yellow vest activists gathered in front of the Council of State in Paris and marched near Chatelet Square.
Demonstrators carrying anti-Macron banners shouted slogans, “We are here, even if Macron doesn’t want it,” and said to Macron, who went into quarantine because he was caught in a new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19), “Get ready, Macron, we will take you from your house.” he called.
An umbrella was opened at the demonstration to support the yellow vest activist detained in the protest against Islamopia, which increased with the security bill last week.
Protester Daddi, who did not want to give his surname, said in a statement that he took action to defend fundamental freedoms.
“Police and justice work for the government. This is dictatorship. Nothing else,” Daddi commented, adding that people are being blacklisted because of their religion, and everyone is being followed and followed.
Daddi also reacted to the security bill.
The Paris Police Department did not allow demonstrations around the National Assembly and on Champs-Elysees Avenue.
The actions of the yellow vests that started two years ago caused social and political crises in the country.