Sunday, May 26, 2013

Paris streets erupt in protest over gay marriage

Photo : Aude Mazoué/FRANCE 24

The Paris street protest against France's gay marriage law began on Sunday at 2 p.m. Police are monitoring the demonstration closely because of the planned participation of far-right groups.

On the margins of the protests, extreme right-wing activists are "occupying" the headquarters of the ruling Socialist party. Around 20 activists took up positions on the terrace of the headquarters and unfurled a banner calling for French President François Hollande to resign. Le Monde



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