Yesterday, Tuesday, the day of protest against the Labour Act was completed on the Esplanade of General de Gaulle, with a nuitdebout. This gathering could be renewed every night.
This morning, the Esplanade of General de Gaulle, in Rennes is deserted. Only traces of the #nuitdebout protest held until late, a carriage and a pallet prepared in the centre, like a totem.
A peaceful rally
Tuesday evening, the day of protest against the Labour Act had ended peacefully, this time with a peaceful rally on the esplanade, became the rallying point of the protest.
About 250 people gathered throughout the night until about 3 am. Rennes has joined the procession of French cities, twenty, who live every night with a nuitdebout. It is part of the process launched in Paris, place de la Republique, and later, in spring 2011 in Spain. The appointment will probably be ritualized. Tonight, a new #NuitDebout should be held on the Esplanade, in Rennes.