Emmanuel Macron’s Test Against Yellow Jackets

Emmanuel Macron’s Test Against Yellow Jackets

Dec 19, 2018

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The French counterterrorism guard attempted to suppress the protesters and prevent their presence in the streets by using massive bullets of bullets and blocking routes. According to some news sources from the French counterinsurgency units, they inspected the means of the people this week because of the spread of protests.

The call for “Fifth Action” for the fifth consecutive Saturday brought thousands of French people anti-government protests to the streets, this time wider and more numerous than before. Though the start of the fifth week of the “glister” demonstrations, unlike last week’s economic, social and tourist activities, did not completely shut down in Paris, the wave of street protests and roads across the country was much wider than before, even though in Strasbourg and the eastern regions of France, the frontier of Germany Security forces had blocked the rally by closing roads and announcing a state of emergency like a military government.

In Paris, the protesters launched the Champs-Elysées a week ago, and reported to police and special forces at around 11 am local time. As usual, the slogans of the vest for the resignation of Makaron and their sterners were answered by security forces and luxury shopping centers and government offices with a tear gas police, which prompted the protesters to fire in the city center on the streets of downtown Street City to deal with toxic gases.
150 Palestinians were arrested at police hands during the last yellow vest rally.
Earlier on Friday, French President Emanuel Macrone once again emphasized: “France needs calm, law and return to normal,” and called on protesters “to join the national negotiations on a large scale that would include a wide range of political issues.” “But they announced that they would continue to meet their demands. The members of the anti-capitalist vest movement on social networks called the fifth step in the fight against the policies of the French government “Kish and Mat” and again called for the resignation of the Macron. The organizers of the rally yesterday stressed that the rally would be a real democracy and equal rights with the goal of achieving social justice and fair taxation.
On Saturday, along with a protest rally, close to 70,000 French police forces were deployed to confront protesters, along with dozens of anti-insurgency vehicles throughout France, of which eight thousand were deployed only in Paris.
The French counterterrorism guard attempted to suppress the protesters and prevent their presence in the streets by using massive bullets of bullets and blocking routes. According to some news sources from the French counterinsurgency units, they inspected the means of the people this week because of the spread of protests.
The emergence of vestments, a movement without a direct connection with political parties, NGOs or trade unions, is not a new phenomenon in France. In some respects, these popular movements are a temporary challenge to the French government, because they end quickly without a clear leadership and organization, but they are also problematic, as it is impossible to negotiate with a prostitute and end the unrest. . Social unrest is developing very quickly, and other groups are joining the rally.
Now Macro’s rivals, including the left and right-wing extremist parties and trade unions, will try to use these social unrest to meet their political demands. The Labor Confederation has begun an anti-government demonstration, and the National Front’s extreme right-wing party has called for Macro’s resignation, using vesting proposals. Makron’s popularity is shrinking further, with his rivals having more opportunity to challenge his policies.
On the other hand, French domestic issues can limit its ability to influence developments in Europe. France has called for deep and extensive reforms in the euro area, including the introduction of a separate budget for the euro area common currency, the strengthening of the financial assistance fund in the region, and the completion of the banking union. But the realization of these reforms will require a broad agreement at the level of the European Union, and France will be in a hurry for such an incident. The main partner of France in the European Union is Germany, which is currently struggling with its own political problems, which reduces Berlin’s ability to support Paris. The Nordic countries, which are opposed to the plans of France, are now expressing their opposition with greater courage and trying to limit the plans for reform in the Eurozone as much as possible.
The next round of presidential elections in France will take place in 2022, and despite all the destabilizing attempts of rivals, Macron will probably remain in power.
Analysts also believe that the young French president has several tools to deal with political crises. For example, he can bring the new prime minister responsible for a new cabinet and regain popular support.
He can also call for early parliamentary elections and allow voters to express their views on policies, but this solution will be the last option of Macron, because his party is in the National Assembly with a majority, and a new vote could threaten the majority.
In other words, increasing social unrest and possibly more opposition will not threaten the continuation of Macro’s presidency.
However, these developments seem to limit the government’s space to implement meaningful reforms.

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