Frequent traffic accidents caused by roadblocks erected by French yellow vest demonstrators

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 Frequent traffic accidents caused by roadblocks erected by French yellow vest demonstrators


Source: On December 4, the French government decided to suspend the increase of fuel tax, but the protestors still issued the 4th round of weekend demonstration initiative on social platforms in preparation for a larger protest. In protest against the governments increase in fuel taxes, the French people have launched a yellow vest campaign throughout France for three consecutive weekends, which eventually turned into a large-scale riot. A sculpture inside the Arc de Triomphe in France was damaged during the protest.

According to reports, the government office in the northern region of France said that the accident occurred on the 15th at the intersection of N40 and N54 highways in Erquelinnes, Belgium, due to theyellow vestmovement which caused traffic deceleration in France.

The Yellow vest movement began in mid-November, mainly because of opposition to raising fuel taxes. The government conceded on May 5 and announced the abolition of the fuel tax hike. President Mark Long announced on October 10 that workers receiving basic wages would receive an extra 100 euros a month and no tax on overtime earnings. For some of the yellow vest, the purpose of the initial protest has been achieved. In addition, this weeks shooting at the Christmas market in Strasbourg, the eastern city, prompted the government to call for a moratorium on protests to allow police gendarmes to breathe after a succession of high-density Vian. With Christmas approaching and everyone preparing for the holidays, a combination of factors has led to fewer and fewer people responding to street protests. According to reports, most of the dead in the Yellow vest movement were killed in traffic accidents, in the place of protests against people erecting roadblocks on roundabouts or roads leading to highways. Source: Liable Editor of CNN: Wang Lishan_NBJS7182

The Yellow vest movement began in mid-November, mainly because of opposition to raising fuel taxes. The government conceded on May 5 and announced the abolition of the fuel tax hike. President Mark Long announced on October 10 that workers receiving basic wages would receive an extra 100 euros a month and no tax on overtime earnings. For some of the yellow vest, the purpose of the initial protest has been achieved.

In addition, this weeks shooting at the Christmas market in Strasbourg, the eastern city, prompted the government to call for a moratorium on protests to allow police gendarmes to breathe after a succession of high-density Vian. With Christmas approaching and everyone preparing for the holidays, a combination of factors has led to fewer and fewer people responding to street protests.

According to reports, most of the dead in the Yellow vest movement were killed in traffic accidents, in the place of protests against people erecting roadblocks on roundabouts or roads leading to highways.