The French police used gas against the students that came to the protests.
Several hundred students gathered at the Republic square in Central Paris, chanting slogans “neither Marin Nor Makron”.
On the streets of Paris today, April 27, came high school students, unhappy with the exit in the second round of the presidential elections of candidates from movement “Forward” Emmanuel Macron and from the party “national front” marine Le Pen.
Reportedly, several hundred students gathered at the Republic square in the city center. They chanted slogans: “neither Marin Nor Makron”. Then some of them marched to place de La Bastille.
According to local media reports, protesters threw at police officers stones and bottles. In response to these actions the French police used tear gas.
In addition, groups of young people were protesting right in front of the buildings of educational institutions, resulting in the entrance to a number of secondary schools were fully or partially blocked.
Recall that in France has calculated all the bulletins the first round of voting in the presidential election, first came the centrist Emmanuel macron – 24,01% of the vote. A few percent behind him is marine Le Pen.
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