Political protests in France always spark controversy, and recently, there has been an increase in women’s protests against the policies of French President Emmanuel Macron. However, the French police deal with these protests in a controversial manner.
Horrific scenes have been documented showing how French police officers treat female protesters harshly and brutally. Police actions include using tear gas, punches, beatings with batons, and assaulting with electric weapons, resulting in serious injuries to the protesters, including injuries to their faces, eyes, heads, and limbs.
These actions are unacceptable, especially in women’s protests, which should be dealt with sensitively and respectfully, especially with peaceful protests.
These horrific scenes raise concerns about human rights and police practices in France. It is important to investigate these actions and hold those responsible accountable, improve police training and guidance related to police practices, and avoid unnecessary violence.
In general, protests should be dealt with peacefully and with freedom of expression, and the French police and all relevant parties must work together to ensure the protection of human rights and the maintenance of security and public order in a suitable and balanced manner.