A group calling themselves red scarves has been marching in Paris to counter weeks of protests against the government through the Yellow Vest movement.
The "foulards rouges" calls for an end to the violence that rallies at yellow-vest (Gilets Jaunes).
The Gilets Jaunes Movement emerged in November from fuel tax protests.
She has now become more dissatisfied with President Emmanuel Macron and has experienced some of the heaviest street violence in Paris since 1
But the weeks of the TV movie, in which clashes with the riot police and damage to public monuments were shown, have triggered a backlash, and the red scarves have on Facebook about 21,000 followers.
More than 10,000 people participated in the Sunday march. Le Figaro reported.
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"People are tired of the roadblock, they are bad for business, and children are prevented from attending school on time," spokesman for the Russian Scarf, Alex Brun, told the French Broadcaster RFI.
Before the rally on Sunday in Paris, the red scarves issued a joint statement with like-minded groups.
"We denounce the insurrectionary climate in the Yellow West, rejecting threats and constant verbal abuse (directed at non-yellow Westers), they announced in a joint manifesto.
However, according to the French media, there has already been a split between the red scarves over whether President Macron should show support or not.
One of the organizers of the Sunday march, Laurent Soulié, gathered supporters on Facebook the president, reported RFI.
Mr Brun, on the other hand, said the Rouges foulards were "an apolitical civic movement". He said that the best way to solve the problems caused by the Yellow West was to attend Mr. Macron's "Grand Debate" instead of facing the demonstrators on the street.
Some red cloth leaders had asked members not to attend Sunday's rally. [19659007TheGrandDebatecompliescountrywideMeetinghousestodisputetheconcernsofthedemonstrators
Across France, some 69,000 people participated in the eleventh weekend of the Yellow West protests, the Interior Ministry said. That's about 15,000 fewer than last weekend.