Sunday January 26, 2020

Protesters vow to force Villepin u-turn

‘‘There were more protesters than last week, and there will be even more next week."

25th March, 2006

‘‘There were more protesters than last week, and there will be even more next week. We just won’t let go,” said Charlie, a 21-year-old history student from the Sorbonne.

Standing amid vandalised cars in Paris after a demonstration last Thursday, he disapproved of the violence that followed the march. However, he warned that anger would rise until French prime minister Dominique de Villepin withdrew his plans to reform labour laws.

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