News About Safety Vests
The "Yellow Vest" movement in Paris, France, was the biggest riot in Paris in France in 50 years. From November 17, 2018, on the first day of the event, more than 280,000 French people participated in the protest against the government's fuel tax demonstration.
As of December 1, 2018, at least 65 people were injured and 169 people were arrested in the "Yellow Vest" campaign in Paris, France. On December 3, the representative of the “Yellow Vest” movement stated that it cancelled the meeting with French Prime Minister Philip. On December 5th, 100 high schools in France also joined the demonstration. On December 8, a new round of demonstrations broke out in Paris, and the Paris police arrested 278 people involved in the protests. On December 15, Paris, France, ushered in the fifth weekend of the "Yellow Vest" protest .
At 8 o'clock on the evening of December 10, 2018, French President Mark Long made a televised speech, making some concessions to the "yellow vest" movement, including measures to raise the minimum wage and reduce the tax burden of retirees.
On December 17, 2018, French Prime Minister Edward Phillips publicly admitted that he had made a mistake in handling the "Yellow vest" protests.