Saturday protests: Yellow Vests Act 40 + HONG KONG and MOSCOW antigovernment protest – August 17th LIVE STREAMS

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by Serkok

Thousands gather in the streets of Hong Kong to protest against the government. The march is expected to take place in Kowloon, the city’s most populous area. The protest is one among many that have seen demonstrators gather since the end of March against a government proposed legislative amendment which could enable Hong Kong to consider extradition requests from countries where there is no prior agreement.

Unauthorised rally in support of disqualified candidates for city council elections takes place in the centre of Moscow on Saturday, August 17. People are expected to gather at several spots along the city’s Boulevard Ring to take part in pickets demanding fair elections. Similar protests took place in the capital on the past three weekends, with law enforcement detaining around 1,500 people in total. 3 oppositions protests and one allowed communists protest in Moscow today.

Yellow Vest are in streets for 40 Saturday in row! Expecting streams from Paris and Toulouse.


Toulouse – with ENGLISH commentary on what happens

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Hong Kong




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From last Saturday:

French Yellow Vest protesters on Saturday vandalised the offices of Emmanuel Macron’s LREM party in Montpellier, in the south of France, while elsewhere marches were held in Toulouse, Bordeaux and Paris.
Some 100 Yellow Vests sprayed the offices of MP Patrick Vignal with yellow and green paint. The member for Hérault, in the Occitanie region, becomes one of more than a dozen Republic on the Move party MPs to have been attacked.

Some 30 offices for MPs in Macron’s LREM party have been vandalised in a wave of attacks since the start of June. A mountain of manure was dumped outside the office of the MP for Haute Garonne, Monique Iborra, in early August while the office of her fellow MP, Romain Grau, was set on fire while he was inside.
The party’s leader in France’s National Assembly, Gilles le Gendre, suggested on Wednesday that the violence was an indictment of the current state of French politics.


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