37 employees of the gendarmerie and police were injured on the eve of the Twitter account by the head of the French Ministry of Internal Affairs, Gerald Darmen, condemning the actions of demonstrators against law enforcement officers.
We note that during Saturday's protests, the Paris police used tear gas, the protesters, in turn, built barricades in the city center, threw improvised shells at the police and set fire to buildings and cars. By Saturday evening, 46 people were detained, reports Le Parisien.
Protests broke out after the adoption in the first reading of the bill "On Global Security," according to which citizens will receive a sentence of a year in prison and 45 thousand euros in the event of the dissemination of information (photos or identification symbols) of law enforcement officials in order to "harm their physical or mental integrity."
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