The number of people taking part in yellow vest protests across France has been falling for the second consecutive week, since 18,600 people rallied nationwide on Saturday, including 1,200 people in Paris, local media reported, citing the French Interior Ministry.
Meanwhile, yellow vest activists claim that over 37,000 people took to the streets on Saturday, the BFMTV broadcaster specified.
Yellow vest rallies are ongoing for the 26th consecutive week. Apart from the French capital, protests were held in a number of other cities, with rallies in Lyon, Nantes and Montpellier amounting for the highest numbers of protesters.
As many as 18,900 people rallied across the country last Saturday, including around 1,400 people in Paris, according to the French Interior Ministry.