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20 March 2019


Yellow Vests call for ash withdrawals from French banks

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The call comes as French Prime Minister Eduard Philippe said that about 80,000 law enforcement officers had been mobilised throughout the country, including about five thousand in Paris alone, ahead of the ninth wave of Yellow Vest demonstrations, scheduled for Saturday.

Axar.az reports citing France 24.

Yellow Vest protesters have called on their supporters to withdraw their money from French banks in a bid to disrupt "the system" and make the government heed the protesters' demands, specifically related to their right to propose and vote on new laws.

The news network cited a protester identified as Tahz San as saying that they are "going to frighten the state with legal means, without resorting to violence".

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2019.01.12 / 20:21
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