Opponents of the health restrictions gathered on Saturday. They were around 2,000 from Glacis, in the capital, according to figures given by the police to The essential. In the viewfinder of most participants, the vaccine and the health pass, a mistrust further reinforced by the new government announcements of the week.
The procession was calm when it left the Glacis and on the way to the Kinnekswiss. Then, if the majority of the participants were peaceful, a handful of them tried to force the entry of Christmas markets, some managing to bypass the controls.
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At the level of the Christmas market located on the Place de la Constitution, around the Gëlle Fra, a roadblock was forced, and patrols were called in as reinforcements, ”said the police. The barriers put in place were “used as projectiles”.
The same scenario took place at the Christmas market in Place d’Armes, where the demonstrators again forced the barriers to find themselves in an empty square. The Christmas markets of the Upper Town had been temporarily closed to the public by the mayor Lydie Polfer, as a precautionary measure following the tensions. Same decision concerning the market in the Place de Paris, after protesters decided to head towards the station.
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