Manifestar Publicado a 2 Dezembro, 2018 por Marta Mixão A representative of the so-called 'gilets jaunes' (yellow vests) protest movement, Jason Herbert (C) speaks to the media after he met with French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and French Ecology Minister Franois de Rugy at Matignon in Paris, France, 30 November 2018. The movement, which has reportedly no political affiliation, is protesting over fuel prices and more generally over the cost of living. EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT Uma aluna da Escola Secundária António Arroio exibe um cartaz onde se lê "Graças à Corrupção, Comemos no Chão!!!", durante a concentração em frente da Assembleia da República, em Lisboa, onde almoçaram sentados no chão, como forma de protesto pelo adiamento das obras, "processo que se prolonga por oito anos", 30 de novembro de 2018. TIAGO PETINGA/LUSA A worker of US industrial corporation Alcoa holds a flare during a protest against the adjustment of employment plan (ERE) proposed by the company for its factories in A Coruna, in San Cibrao, near Lugo, in the province of Galicia, Spain, 30 November 2018. EPA/ELISEO TRIGO A man poses for photograph in front of a rainbow flag during the 2018 Taipei Gay Pride March in Taipei, Taiwan, 27 October 2018 (reissued on 30 November 2018). On 30 November, Taiwan's LGBT community urged the government to abide by the Constitutional Court ruling and legalize same-sex union by revising the current law, instead of enacting a separate law. 'The difference between revising the current law and enacting a separate law is like giving same-sex couples a floor or giving them a house to live in. We need a house, we need marriage equality,' gay rights activist Chi Chia-wei said. Taiwan's Constitutional Court ruled in May 2007 that same-sex couples should be allowed to get married, and gave the parliament two years to revise the current law or enact a separate law on same-sex marriage. But after a referendum showed that most Taiwanese opposed revising current law, the government's position has changed from being neutral to supporting enacting a separate bill to legalize same-sex marriage, which is seen by LGBT groups as discrimination. EPA/DAVID CHANG Eric Drouet (C), representative of the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) protesters movement, participates in a demonstration against higher fuel prices, as part of a nationwide protest, in Paris, France, 17 November 2018 (issued 28 November 2018). Two representatives of the Yellow Vests (including Eric Drouet) were welcomed for a meeting by French Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition Francois de Rugy on 27 November. EPA/CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON Kashmiri Muslim protesters prepare to throw stones at Indian police men as they hide behind tin sheet during a protest outside Jamia Masjid, Kashmir's main mosque at downtown in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 30 November 2018. Over a dozen Kashmiri youth assembled after the culmination of congregational Friday prayers the mosque and hurled stones at Indian police and paramilitary men, in protest against the Indian government. EPA/FAROOQ KHAN Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders perform during the two minute warning against the New Orleans Saints in the second half of the NFL American Football game between the New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA, 29 November 2018. EPA/LARRY W. SMITH Uma aluna da Escola Secundária António Arroio exibe um cartaz onde se lê "Obras na António Arroio: Loading... Erro!", durante a concentração em frente da Assembleia da República, em Lisboa, onde almoçaram sentados no chão, como forma de protesto pelo adiamento das obras, "processo que se prolonga por oito anos", 30 de novembro de 2018. TIAGO PETINGA/LUSA Um manifestante pontapeia um cartucho de gás lacrimogéneo durante um protesto dos "coletes amarelos" contra o aumento dos combustíveis, em Bruxelas, Bélgica. (30 de novembro). Lusa/EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET One Comment Pingback: Manifestar – ESCS FM Comments are closed.