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Back on the day of action on 29 November against the COP21 -


Retour sur la journée de lutte du 29 novembre contre la COP21 - Story multi-hand of the day against the COP21 in Paris Sunday, November 29 2015.Il is noon when we arrive on the place of the Republic and there are no signs that the turning point will take this event in a few hours. There are not many people, everyone goes about their respective occupations: crowding each loaded shoes instead of manifesting their owners, others leaving to the human chain, others drinking tea or brittle crust . Some activists are grouped around a banner held by the libertarian organizations (AL, CGA ...) that give the voice. One can even find a group of Japanese sufficiently committed to the fight against nuclear to come here, in the state of emergency.

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