Labour Day protests portrays devastated scenario of Europe

Labour Day protests were held on Saturday in the capitals of Germany, France, Belgium, England, Italy, Spain and Turkey and the police repression and arrests of protesters in the protests was the answer.

Coinciding with International Labour Day, thousands took to the streets in German capitals and clashed with police. Security forces also cracked down on Labour Day protests, injuring and detaining many. Protesters in the German capital, Berlin, threw bottles, crackers and stones at police in protest of the government’s stance on workers.

According to the Berlin police, 5,000 people took part in the Labour Day demonstrations in the German capital, but the organizers of the demonstrations rejected the police statement. About 20,000 people attended the demonstration.

Some local sources in Germany, such as the journalist of the newspaper “Tages Spiegel”, reported clashes between police and protesters in Berlin. In some parts of the German capital, protesters set fire to rubbish bins and closed some roads to protest the government’s stance on workers and their living conditions. The German government also responded to Labour Day protests by cracking down on riot police and cracking down on protesters.

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Berlin police say at least 5,000 protesters took to the streets on Saturday during Labour Day rallies in Berlin, clashing with police and injuring three officers. This is the second Labour Day rally since the start of the Coronavirus epidemic, in which protesters clashed with police despite restrictions on social inequality. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing 5,600 police officers by truck.

Workers’ Day protests were also attended by some protesters against the Crohn’s restrictions. In Berlin, the protests were broken up after widespread clashes between protesters and police. Protesters hurled stones and bottles at the police. Some protesters set fire to trash cans and caused unrest. Police used pepper spray against Labour Day protesters.

Unrest in Europe in prevailing times of pandemic

Germany, Europe’s largest economy, is grappling with a third wave of pandemics. Demonstrations took place in several other cities, including Hamburg and Leipzig.

More than a thousand people took to the streets in various German cities on May 1 to mark International Workers’ Day, according to the Hanforsche Allgemeine Zeitung. The protests led to violence and unrest, especially in Berlin, Hamburg and Leipzig.

In Hamburg, police used water cannons against Labour Day protesters. The protesters did not adhere to Crohn’s rules, including the rules of distance. Police yesterday in a protest that was held in Franksfurt, Germany used batons against protesters. Police said at least three thousand protesters.

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In the German city of Effort, some protesters took to the streets in their cars. In the state of Bavaria, motorcyclists also took to the streets and staged large-scale protests. Some police were arrested during the protests and a number of police were injured.

Workers, trade union activists, and trade union leaders took to the streets around May 1, International Labour Day, to demand trade union rights and legal protection of jobs in crisis situations caused by the Covid epidemic.

Labour Day protests were held on Saturday in the capitals of Germany, France, Belgium, England, Italy, Spain and Turkey and the police repression and arrests of protesters in the protests was the answer.

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