they attacked a relative of Macron during cacerolazos

they attacked a relative of Macron during cacerolazos

The demonstrations for the pension reform continue latent, after the Government rejected the second proposal of deputies and senators to stop the initiative in congress.

A relative of the President of France, Emmanuel Macronwas attacked this Tuesday during a cacerolazo, an act for which the arrest of eight people who were demonstrating against the questioned pension reform that the Government issued by decree was ordered.

Jean-Baptiste Trogneux He is 30 years old, he is the great-nephew of the president’s wife, Brigitte Macron, he was attacked in Amiens, a city located about 115 kilometers north of Paris, by a group that was participating in a cacerolazo on the occasion of an interview by Macron on the channel of private television TF1.

According to Jean-Baptiste’s father, a dozen people gathered at the family chocolate shop to insult the “president, his wife and our family”. “A line was crossed, I’m appalled,” she added. In addition, he reported that his son, manager of the chocolate shop, is under medical observation.

The family He had previously denounced attacks against the chocolate shopespecially since Macron came to power.

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The French people reject the reform

The body in charge of safeguarding the constitutionality of laws in Francereiterated that the President’s decree was legitimate and rejected the second proposal of 250 deputies and senators that sought to stop the reform. The referendum request proposed maintain at 62 the age at which a worker can retire with full rights.

Since January, this measure It generated massive social rejection: the streets and networks were filled with protests against it. The polls estimated that two out of three French people are against the project. In this context, the Paris police prefect prohibited gatherings and the transport of fireworks in the vicinity of the Council between 7 p.m. and 2 a.m. on Thursdayin anticipation of violent acts by opponents of the reform, reported the AFP news agency.

In the last marches there were overflows of groups of young people that provoked destruction in the capital and other cities. The left and the unions maintained their strong rejection of the reformwith strikes and massive demonstrations, the The last of them coincides with the events of International Workers’ DayMay 1st.

Unions They called other marches for June 6two days before the National Assembly (Chamber of Deputies) examines a proposal by the independent group Liot to suspend the reform.

Source: Ambito

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