■ 16:40 Number of arrests is two [mise à jour, ndrl]The Allée de la Robertsau was carried out due to a minor collision. The show was calm, the procession gradually disperses with the music.
■ 16:35 The demonstrators gathered in front of the European Court of Human Rights, “Get out, guys!” she shouts.
■ 16:30 The procession arrived in front of the Human Rights Palace.
■ 16:20 According to the organizers, the number of demonstrators is 5000, 500 of them German.
■16:05 Police arrested three people near the Allée de la Robertsau.
■ 16:00 Police counted 2,900 protesters, while protesters estimate their turnout to be between 4,000 and 5,000 people.
Security is provided by the reinforcement of a CRS company, which includes the half company that precedes the regiment.
■ 14:50 The show has begun. The procession leads the avenue de la Liberté to the cry “No to the parade, yes to freedom”. According to one of our journalists at the scene, there would be more than 3,000 demonstrators.
■ 14:40 A few excited demonstrators force blocked drivers on the Place de la République to turn back. The small tourist train was closed to traffic for almost a quarter of an hour. His regiment is about to leave.
■ 14:30 Explaining that the number of demonstrators is between 4,000 and 5,000, the number of policemen is unknown for now.
■ 14:10 According to one of our journalists, around 1,000 to 2,000 people are preparing to demonstrate on the site.
■ 14:00 ” “Following threats against MPs, demonstrators do not condone any violence against elected officials,” he said.
Martine Wonner takes the floor and recalls several articles on freedom of expression: “I am here to defend the fundamental rights of French citizens. ../.. In Europe, there is a completely underrated vision of freedom. »
■ 13:50 Some of the crowd booed and shouted, “Apolitical!” she shouts. Martine Wonner being invited to speak.
■ 13:30 According to one of our journalists’ first estimates at the scene, less than 500 anti-health parade demonstrators gathered at the Place de la République in Strasbourg for a European demonstration. Some German and Baden-Württemberg, Bavarian flags among the demonstrators.
The procession will march in the direction of the European Court of Human Rights via avenue de la Liberté, place de l’Université and allée de la Robertsau.
■ 16:50 The head of the regiment returns to the starting point in the Square de la Bourse.
■ 16:30 While the last count of the police called for close to 5000 demonstrators, one of the organizers is currently popping the figure of 6000.
■ 16:25 When they reach Porte Jeune, the demonstrators are invited to “rest a bit” from their march from Bourse Square, from which they left about two hours ago.
■ 16:10 As announced, organizers are in the process of planting a “tree of freedom” in front of Mulhouse town hall.
■ 15:40 The arrival of the regiment in front of the Diaconat clinic on the boulevard du President Roosevelt in Mulhouse. The word “freedom” resonates even more. A few smoke grenades have just been lit. With drums, percussions, whistles, the anthem has a festive side… Cheerful cacophony!
■ 15:25 The first figures were provided by Mulhouse: 4,000 demonstrators, according to the police, one of the organizers estimates the turnout to be between 5,000 and 6,000.
■ 14:40 According to our journalists on the site, there would be slightly more people than last Saturday. Last week, there were about 4,900 attendees, according to the latest law enforcement count. One of the organizers estimated attendance at between 5,000 and 6,000 people.
■ 14:20 Demonstrators still gather in Bourse square for this seventh anti-health parade.
At the microphone, one of the organizers is pleased that the requirement to present a health card in Haut-Rhin shopping centers has been lifted.
The planned route is the same as last Saturday with planned stops in front of the Porte Jeune shopping center and city hall. He announced a small innovation: A freedom tree was planted at the stop in front of the town hall.
■ 16:45 The show ends. At Place Rapp, five working groups were organized: “solidarity with carers”, “actions”, “thinking about the world of tomorrow”, “local mutual aid” and “back to school”. Organizers call for a workforce of 7,000 demonstrators. Our correspondent would aptly conjure up the number “at least 4000”. The parade got a lot busier when it arrived downtown, still reporting the latter.
■ 16:30 The figure was revised by the police: finally, 3200 in the demonstrators destination Rapp.
■ 16:20 the procession returns Instead, Rapp, after passing by the prefecture, guarded by barriers.
■ 15:35 A retired doctor helping several Covid emergency services holds a sign on the sidelines of the show reminding that 85% of the more than 2,000 Covid patients in intensive care are unvaccinated. She is pushed around and ambushed by two cops.
■ 15:10 According to the police, there will be 2,500 demonstrators. Participation decreased compared to last week.
■ 15.00 Stand in the rain in front of the national gendarmerie building, after which the procession resumes to join the regiments of the police located on the same rue de la Cavalerie.
■ 14:40 His regiment will head towards the gendarmerie, then the national police station, before returning to Place Rapp..
According to one of our journalists on the site, the level of engagement for now is roughly equivalent to last week, at least initially. According to police, the first count last Saturday had identified 3,000 demonstrators.
■ 14:30 Demonstrators against the sanitary pass are now gathered in Place Rapp.
Urgence solidaire caregivers, a founding member of the association, sacrificed Colmar, Christine Schmitt, a resuscitator anesthesiologist at Pasteur hospital, was the first to denounce the fact that “from September 15, caregivers will be deprived of their freedom to exercise for those who refuse.” yield to the cowardly blackmail perpetrated by the government”.
After the march, discussion groups will be held, especially on “local mutual aid, back to school or tomorrow’s world”.
“We don’t want the health pass! “Several hundred demonstrators marched through the city center of Sélestat from 2 p.m. this Saturday. The crowd consisted mostly of children in their fifties and accompanying them. The one-hour circuit took place partly in a cold drizzle, with a talk and a cider snack in Albert-Ehm Square. it ended.