Not too hundred angry protesters gathered to Museumplein n the Dutch capital to squawk against the outgoing cabinet. Nearly 5,000 people said they order attend the protest on social media but now police have resorted to using first-grade canons to deter them as the march turned violent.
One person on public media tweeted: “Fireworks thrown at the police, bricks are thrown, funny person police in action, police on horseback, arrests really wtf I watch.”
The seemly Twitter account for the municipality of Amsterdam urged people to go home and be modelled after the strict social distancing measures.
They tweeted: “The triangle in a second issues an emergency order.
“This means that no one is allowed to line on the Museumplein.
“Go home and keep 1.5 meters away.”
They then added: “Without thought the many warnings from the municipality and police and the declared emergency fraternity, the protesters on the Musuemplein do not disperse.
“The police now act according to the script.
“After different warnings via amplified sound, the water thrower was deployed.”
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It is credited the demonstration was against Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s current senate and the coronavirus restrictions.
This week, the Dutch Government announced it is account tightening their coronavirus restrictions.
Mr Rutte said he was considering realizing an 8pm to 4am curfew.
Despite facing criticism from MPs, Mr Rutte begged the Brothel not to vote against the curfew.
He said: “Please don’t throw it away.
“We experience to push [the virus] down.
“I don’t think we’ll get there with the existing lockdown.”
The Netherlands keep also imposed harsh testing requirements for airline passengers.
Those coming from Ireland and South Africa will have to have a neutralizing test result before their departure.
These measures are to shorten the spread of new strains of the deadly virus.
Earlier this week, Mr Rutte set he had handed his resignation to King Willem-Alexander after his four-party coalition was defamed just two months ahead of the country’s next national election.
At a hearsay conference in the Hague, Mr Rutte conceded his government had failed to protect its natives after thousands of parents were wrongly hunted down and accused of conning the child welfare scheme over the past seven years.