The demonstrators who spent days in London sticking to trains and stopping traffic have experienced a change of hearts and announced that they intend to move towards political activism] The demonstrators, which lasted for days In London, stuck on the trains and stopped the traffic, have a heart change and have announced that they intend to move towards political activism. The group, which calls itself Extinction Rebellion, has said plan their demonstrations of the civil disobedience ms to "pause" who spoke out against wh "They say it's a widespread failure to adequately address climate change. The demonstrators said they wanted to show that they are "not mobs, but rebels with a cause" and "disciplined and not only can start with disturbing actions, but can also stop them when needed."
Next week, they say: According to the BBC, organizer Farhana Yamin said, "will focus on negotiations."
"Today marks a transition from the first week, which focused on actions that held a vision but also caused mass disruptions in many dimensions," she said
"Week two marks a new phase of rebellion, focusing on negotiations that shift our focus to our real political demands. " The police arrested a pair of demonstrators who had their hands glued together on Friday, April 19, 2019, in London's Oxford Circus. The Extinction Rebellion Group is calling for a week of civil disobedience against what the Commission believes is not the cause of the climate change "/>
Police arrest a demonstrator on Friday, April 19, 2019, in Oxford Circus, London The Extinction Rebellion Group is calling for a week of civil disobedience to what they believe fails to address the causes of climate change (AP Photo / Frank Augstein)
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SAVES BEFORE THE MAIN AREAS OF LONDON, INCLUDING THE WATERLOO BRIDGE and Oxford Circus, for seven days. At some point, the activists clung to each other, to a subway and to the roof of a truck on Waterloo Bridge.
Now the group hopes to meet with key political figures, including the Mayor of London, for negotiations on climate change.
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. It is not yet known if Mayor Sadiq Khan will be open for negotiations since he has previously condemned the groups. Behavior, calling it an "extremely challenging" burden on the police.
"I am extremely concerned about the impact of the protests on our ability to fight such issues as violent crime if they persist," he said.  "It's just not right to jeopardize the safety of Londoners like this."