The French police increased their security measures over the pillage and looting in many cities, especially in Paris, during the protests that continued for 5 days.
According to the images on social media, law enforcement removed everyone, including tourists, from Şenzelize Street.
The police, who tried to push the people walking on the street out of the area, taunted those who acted slowly.
21 people detained in Lyon
Police vehicles were deployed in front of luxury shops on the street to prevent plunder and looting.
On the other hand, in the city of Lyon, security forces detained 21 people on different grounds such as carrying injuring objects, disrupting public order and stealing.
While demonstrators set fire to many places in the city of Marseille, the harsh intervention of the police against the demonstrators continues.
It was seen that among the objects seized in the post on the Twitter account of the police, there were slingshots, gloves, Molotov cocktails, brass knuckles and similar injurious objects.
Violent protests in France
The French police opened fire on a car with 3 people in Nanterre on 27 June, killing 17-year-old Nael M.
Those who reacted to Nael’s death took to the streets in different cities across the country and clashed with the police.
The police officer who killed the young man was suspended and sentenced to trial as a prisoner.
In the eventful protests that still continue in many parts of the country, nearly 2000 people have been detained so far, and more than 200 police officers have been injured.
In addition, looting and looting occurred during the protests held in many cities including Paris, Marseille and Lyon.
45 thousand police and gendarmerie are on duty in the ongoing events in the country.