Buses trailers Marine Le Pen attacked in Nantes
Photo: Hollandse Hoogte
Two buses with supporters of National Front leader Marine Le Pen were on Sunday the target of attacks by activists who were on their way to a campagnebijeenkomst Front National in Nantes.
The activists tried to prevent Le Pen and her supporters in Nantes together, reports BFMTV.
The two buses were about a hundred people with hoods on are attacked, reports a local newspaper Presse Océan. The beogers threw paint into the bus and bonkten with iron rods on the bus. No one was injured. The demonstrators crossed also car tires on fire on a highway to block the road for the buses.
Saturday was violently demonstrated against the visit to Nantes of Le Pen. A group of between two thousand and three thousand people came together to demonstrate. At the protest were, according to the French ministry of the Interior eleven police officers injured.