On the eve of the general strike called for him by the main French unions, thousands of citizens have taken to the streets of the capital, Paris, and other parts of the country for the seventh consecutive night to protest the approved pension reform.
A group of protesters linked to the National Federation of Spectacle, Cinema, Audiovisual and Action Unions interrupted a show at the Châtelet theater on Wednesday, while other protest actions have taken place in the capital, such as spontaneous protests in the districts of Montmartre and Stalingrad, among others.
This scenario has been repeated again in other parts of France, with notable protests in Bordeaux, where demonstrators have launched fireworks at the Police, as well as in Lille or Lyon, where moments of tension have been experienced.
In the midst of the actions of the Police to disperse the protesters, the National Union of Journalists has denounced the “arbitrary arrests” of informers in recent days with the aim of “preventing them from capturing images” of the security forces, according to reports. reported the newspaper ‘Le Parisien’.
This comes after Amnesty International (AI) has warned “about the widespread use of excessive force and arbitrary arrests of informers” in the context of protests against the pension reform.