The single Paris turned out Saturday for a ukendeligt, uroplaget and dangerous place to reside.

the City was a day marked by looting, arson and the fights between the cops and the protesters, told France’s interior minister Christophe Castaner.

According to Castaner came 135 to injury Saturday. He explained that 17 of the injured were cops.

the Shops in the prestigious Champs-Élysées district has been prepared on today’s massive civil unrest by barikere doors and windows with wooden boards and carpets, but after the unrest spread to other parts of the French capital, got many shops smashed the facade and was subsequently emptied of the anger of the crowd.

Several media outlets reported Saturday evening on the continued violent demonstrations at the historic Place de la République. In a tv speech, called prime minister Edouard Philippe demonstrators to show respect and stop bilafbrændninger and looting of shops.

– It is important that we look ahead and begin to rebuild our national spirit, said Phillippe, among other things in the speech.

And there is the need for reconciliation on top of the fierce street fighting. More and more people have through Saturday, told Ekstra Bladet about the totally unreal scenes in the heart of Paris.

– It’s crazy down here. We have seen several armored tanks, and everything is blocked in the entire city. Most of the restaurants, shops and bars are closed. I have been many places in the world where civil unrest is everyday, but have never seen so much police before. Even in places where there are not blocked by, many car windshields and windows smashed, says Cecilie, for example.

To Oslobet see more shops out in Paris on Saturday night. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Demonstrations in neighbouring countries
has a total Of 125.000 been on the streets in protest in France, where also, in particular, the country’s second largest city, Marseille, has been hard hit by the riots.

the Movement of The ‘Yellow Vests’ started as a protest against a tax increase, among other fossil brandstoffer. The protests have, however, been extended to include a general dissatisfaction with the government, and a growing inequality.

In several other european countries have also seen ‘The Yellow Shirts’demonstrations. Among other things in Belgium, where 400 protesters on Saturday were arrested by the authorities.

In the Dutch city of Rotterdam went a few hundred protesters on Saturday through the city in the visible vests. Here was the demonstrations, however peaceful, with singing and the distribution of flowers.

One of those who went with, was 67-year-old Leneke Lambermont.

– Our kids are working hard, but they need to pay tax in all sorts of places. You can’t pay for housing. It didn’t go well in the Netherlands, she says.

– The safety net of welfare, which was, as we grew, is gone.

– the Government will not sit on its entries for the people’s sake. They are there to protect their own interests.

Neither in Belgium or the Netherlands, there have been proposals for an increase in taxes on, among other things, fuel. It was the catalyst for the movement of The ‘Yellow Vests’ in France, where the movement originates.

instead, the movement in the two countries, apparently dissatisfied with a growing distance between politicians and voters.

All the demonstrations is to skullle finish on Saturday – both in Belgium, Holland and France.

Protester throws with shelling against the police in Brussels. Photo: AP/Francisco Seco

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Geoffroy van der Hasselt

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

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Photo: AP/Thibault Camus

Photo: AP/Francisco Seco

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