France mulls state of emergency after Paris riots, won't change policy
Sunday, 2 December 2018 () The French government will consider imposing a state of emergency to prevent a recurrence of France's worst riots in years, but while it is open to dialogue it will not change course, its spokesman said on Sunday.
According to Reuters, the French government may declare a state of emergency following recent protesting riots in the city of Paris. Police say they have arrested more than 400 people in the city this weekend and that 133 were injured. The riots pose the most formidable challenge yet to President...
Business Insider reports France's Prime Minister froze a controversial diesel tax on Tuesday, one which sparked deadly riots in Paris.It's a victory for the Yellow Vest movement who say the tax, which..
French officials on December 2 said they might impose a state of emergency to prevent looting after several days of violent protests. Three people reportedly died in incidents related to the protests..