Government: Macron goes after protests to French
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Paris (AP) - Five months after the start of the "Yellow West" protests, head of state Emmanuel Macron plans new facilities for the French. According to French media reports, a reduction in income tax, relief for low-paid or single mothers are under discussion. Macron wants to address himself tonight in a TV speech to the French. The protest of the "yellow vests" had ignited in November on the increase in fuel prices, then Macron's reform policy was targeted by the demonstrators. Now the expectations of the president are high.