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France: Hundreds of protesters blockade Lorient oil depot to denounce rising gas price

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Hundreds of truckers, fishermen, cab drivers, ambulance drivers and other protesters gathered in Lorient on Monday, to denounce the rising gas prices and its consequences for everyday people and professionals.

Footage shows piles of waste and construction vehicles blockading the streets near oil depot as firemen squenching burning tires fired by the protesting fishermen.

“The financial arrangement is not clear with no guarantee of compatibility, so we are scared that we may not get this discount in the end, so we are here to ask the French State a fixed oil price,” owner of a fishing boat Florent Le Bolay said.

Later, some representatives of the protesters met with the authorities, to display their motives and ask for solutions. After 2 hours, the meeting ended with little to no news, but the public builders decided to lift the blockade, as they took back their vehicles, as they were afraid their vehicles would be damaged if not handled correctly.

“We had a good talk with the authorities, we found an agreement but Bercy, the government will take a decision, we are waiting to see if they accept our proposition. So we are leaving, but that doesn’t mean we won’t come back, if we have to we will unfortunately,” concluded director of a public construction company Norbert Guillou.

Credit: Ruptly

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