Demonstrations against gay wedding

The Elysee considered the demonstration for all as “consistent”
but which “will not prevent the debate in Parliament” on the bill for marriage and adoption of homosexuals. The latter will be examined in the the National Assembly from January 29.

Figures of the demonstration for all:

The figures range from 340,000 to 800,000 or even 1 million demonstrators for this Sunday, January 13th. It would be the most important mobilization on a social project since 1984 for the free school.

How is the demonstrators counted?

Police headquarters: two civil servants are situated on each side of the march. They press a manual counter each ten people. They multiply the number by 10 at the end. The
margin of error would be 10%.

Trade unions: a trade unionist also presses a manual counter for each line of people. Are considered about.
20, 25 people per line, so the number in the manual counter is multiplied by about 20, 25 at each click.

In this case the counting was done at the level of the pont de l’Alma.

History of the right-wing or Catholic demonstrations:

If the demonstration for all declared itself “peaceful, a confessional and
apolitical”, it was nevertheless carried mainly by right-wing or Catholic
right-wing or Catholic movements. Le Monde recalls the history of these
right-wing demonstrations:

Gaullist demonstration of May 30, 1968

During the III Republic, poujadist demonstrations or against the
Mauroy government from April 1983

Demonstrations in favor of the Church in 1924–1926 against the application of the secular laws to Alsace-Lorraine

Demonstration of 1984 against the Savary law and puts an end to the government of Pierre Mauroy

Reflection and quotations of general knowledge of the people, the
democracy, demonstrations

“The people hear nothing of politics because it is concerned with all and not with each one not of each one Romain Guilleaumes

’A great people without a soul is a vast crowd of Alphonse de Lamartine
in First Poetic Meditations

‘The rabble can only make riots. To make a revolution, you need the people,
Victor Hugo in Tas de pierres.

“The people hear nothing of politics because it is concerned with all and not with each of each one.” Romain Guilleaumes in Impertinence

“Democracy: oppression of the people by the people for the people of Oscar