PARIS (AP) – The Yellow Vest protests, which have brought a chaotic chaos to Paris in recent weeks, eased on Saturday, even though a small rally around the Presidential Palace resulted in police firing tear gas and using batons ,  The number of demonstrators demonstrating on the Champs Elysees in Paris had dropped sharply in recent weeks, as a sixth Saturday appeal against protesting the high cost of living and growing economic inequality in France at the beginning did not make much of an impact had left the Christmas and New Year holidays.
According to the Paris police, only 800 protesters had walked on the streets of Paris, compared to 4,000 the previous week and 1
In stark contrast to the chaos of the past weekends, tourists strolled down the street along the Arc de Triomphe, buyers were in place, and the largest boulevard in Paris remained open to traffic.
The protesters appeared disorganized, with scattered groups passing randomly through the capital. A few hundred demonstrators, who were blocked by police, marched toward the Madeleine church near the Elysée Palace, but were stopped in a small adjoining street, as some shopkeepers had closed prematurely. Www.moviesfilmonline.com / de / movies / … of – the – opera Police were frayed with truncheons, and the police fired tear gas to ward off a few demonists trying to break the line of officers. Englisch: emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 263 & lang = en.
A number of economic concerns are still having an impact.
For example, the Palace of Versailles on the outskirts of Paris was closed for a day after yellow vest demonstrators announced that they would hold a demonstration at the famous castle. Until the French Revolution of 1789, it was the successor to the French Kings at home.
In Versailles, however, only a handful of demonstrators wore their branded waistcoat, and most of the demonstrators gathered peacefully at the foot of the Sacre-Coeur Basilica in Paris. The picturesque Parisian quarter of Montmartre.
The other major tourist hotspots of Paris, such as the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower, which had been closed a few weeks ago, remained open.
One reason The reasons why the heat was taken out of the protests refer to the concessions of French President Emmanuel Macron. These include tax-free overtime and a freezing of gas and electricity prices this winter. It is expected that the measures will cost an estimated 10 billion euros.
A large part of France, but especially Paris, has witnessed weeks of protests from a nationwide movement that sometimes goes into violence. Since the movement began in mid-November, ten people have died, mostly in traffic accidents. According to reports in French media, a man died near the southern city of Perpignan on Friday night after his car hit a truck near a group of demonstrators.
Outside Paris, around 200 roundabouts were left over the country. In the south of France, near the Spanish border, dozens of demonstrators blocked lorries and shouted "Macron, resignation", which means "Macron, resignation". In central France, near Saint-Etienne, protesters blocked a main road and set fire, but the shops remained open in the city center.