Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Met with "Yellow Vest" Protests Leader in Paris
Italy's deputy prime minister, Luigi Di Maio of the anti-establishemnt Five Star Movement, on 5 February in Paris met with "yellow vest" protests leader, Christophe Chalencon, and aslo with European Parliament candidates on the "yellow vest" list headed by Ingrid Levavasseur. EUObserver reports on this.
"The wind of change has crossed the Alps," Luigi Di Maio has tweeted on his meeting.
Yellow vest protestors also joined ranks with a major union, CGT, in nationwide protests on Tuesday.
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