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Macron mulls referendum to end ‘yellow vest’ protests


PARIS: President Emmanuel Macron could be set to organise France's first referendum in 14 years to end months of "yellow vest" protests, however analysts say the transfer is a dangerous gamble. Macron has clawed back some misplaced popularity in contemporary weeks by way of throwing himself into his "grand national debate", a chain of townhall events geared toward tamping down the yellow vest rebellion which started in November.


But the real take a look at for the 41-year-old will probably be what he does with the comments from loads of conversations underway across the country, as well as the 700,000-plus contributions made on-line. Macron has confirmed that he's taking into account calling a referendum on one of the vital calls for emanating from the general public session, reportedly at the identical day as elections for the European parliament on May 26. "At some point, I might end up having to ask our citizens about this or that," he advised a townhall assembly in entrance of younger folks within the southern suburbs of Paris on Monday night.


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