In France, the "yellow jackets" protest had a finger-sinking in the parliament building in Paris, as the protests hit their 1
The protester tried to pick up a rubber pellet grenade and burst French media reported that the head of the French National Assembly's home was attacked by attacks, although it was not clear whether the attack was related to protests
"Yellow Vest" protests began in mid-November compared to fuel taxes.
Since then, they have become an uprising against President Emmanuel Macron and a political class considered unrelated to common people
According to the French government, 51,400 people joined the protests on Saturday, including 4000 of them in Paris.
The representatives of the yellow waistcoats arguing for a higher number of voters in the previous week argued that voter turnout was higher
On Saturday, Champs-Elysees went to the city parliament in Paris. buildings where the violent contingent stopped the obstacles and police work. Police reacted to tear and riot weapons
According to the witness, the person who lost his hand was a photographer who tried to photograph people who destroyed the barriers at the National Assembly Building.
"When the police went to distract the people, he was hit by the horror of a football grenade," Cyprien Royer, 21, told AFP news agency. "He wanted to tear it off so that he wouldn't blow his legs and he disappeared when he touched him."
"We've put it on one side and call it street doctors. It wasn't nice: he screamed with pain, he had no fingers – he didn't have much over his wrist.
The Paris police confirmed that the demonstrator was injured and treated with paramedics, but did
Tens of thousands of protesters appeared in other parts of France, including Marseille and Montpellier ports, as well as in the southwest of Bordeaux and Toulouse
. with protesters in Bordeaux, local police said:
Politicians gathered to condemn the assault caused by the close proximity of Mr Macron's ally, Richard Ferano's house, Motreffe, Brittany
. burned site says: "No one justifies intimidation and violence against an elected official of the Republic."