Yellow Vest Protesters to Withdraw All Their Euros in Massive Run on French Banks
From News Corp., Associated Press, and Agence France-Presse
via News Corp. Australia, Sydney
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Yellow vest activists are urging French citizens to empty their bank accounts and spark a massive run on the country's banks in their longstanding fight with the government -- which could lead to the collapse of its banking system.
The call for citizens to withdraw all their euros come as copycat protests are planned for Britain on the weekend.
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The left-wing "People's Assembly" activist group has invited thousands of people to wear yellow vests at an anti-austerity "Britain is broken" march in central London this weekend. "See you on the streets and don't forget your #YellowVests," the group, which is demanding a general election to end the ruling Conservatives' program of austerity, wrote on Facebook. ... ... For the remainder of the report: https://www.news.com.au/world/europe/yellow-vest-protesters-call-for-hug...
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