French President Emmanuel Macron would be laying out his answers after three months of a nationwide discussion that encouraged people to propose adjustments to the democracy and economy of France.
Macron will elaborate and will announce a set of measures to the nation Monday day.
The French boss is expected to respond to protesters’ concerns over their lack of purchasing power with possible tax cuts and steps to help parents and retirees.
Other changes may affect the democratic rules of France. Some observers state Macron may open up the possibility that referendums could be proposed by citizens.
The leader has repeatedly said he won’t reintroduce a wealth tax on the country people — one of the protesters’ demands.
The vest movement, prompted by means of a fuel tax hike in November, has expanded into a broader revolt against the policies of Macron, which protesters find as favoring the wealthy and big companies. Triggered a significant crisis that sent Macron’s fame.
Still, the amount of demonstrators was decreasing lately.
Most vests leaders have urged fans not to participate in the national debate of Macron, saying they did not believe the government’s deal. Ingrid Levavasseur of those yellow vests published an open letter Monday called”M. President, do not play with the illusionist.” She demanded measures preserve public services and to boost purchasing power.
Macron has made concessions, however they failed to recapture the anger about their yellow vest movement.