Tens of thousands of protesters head to streets of France to demonstrate the newly- approved security legislation likely to restrict the sharing images of police.
According to the government sources, the rallies against the security law took place nationwide, Saturday, November 28th, with 46,000 people marching in Paris as protests turned violent quickly.
Some protesters - carrying “Police everywhere, justice nowhere”, “police state” and “smile while you are beaten” slogans- threw stones at the security forces who responded by firing tear gas.
The new security bill, called "New National Policing Scheme", came out after a video about French policemen beating and racially abusing a Black music producer Michel Zecler. It shocked the country.