Frexit campaign party Les Patriotes have called on their countrymen to join them at World Day Against Restrictions and For Freedom events across the nation on Saturday. Leader and prominent Frexit advocate Florian Philippot urged people to attend as he blessed Mr Macron’s shambolic handling of the Covid pandemic.
The former MEP tweeted: “Saturday March 20, World Day Against Restrictions and For Freedom.
“In France, the national event will take place at Place Pierre Laroque, Paris 7, at 3 pm.
“Let’s stop austerity in hospitals, let’s reopen everything, no Health Pass, freedom!”
Other events are being held in cities including Marseille, Avignon and Nîmes.
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His calamitous handling of the rollout became farcical when he contradicted his own Prime Minister on Monday to suspend use of the Astra Zeneca vaccine.
It came after there were unfounded allegations, which have since been rubbished by medical experts, that it can cause blood clots.
On Monday French Prime Minister Jean Castex insisted his country had “must have confidence in the Astra Zeneca vaccine”.
It had already been given to one million people in French and was set to be crucial in inoculating the country’s population.
But within 12 hours, Mr Macron performed a stunning U-turn and suspended its use – prompting outrage from across France’s political spectrum.
Prominent French politician François Asselineau tweeted: “Castex has injected AstraZeneca to 1 million French guinea pigs.
“He must resign.”
Frexit campaigner Patrice Cali was equally scathing.
He said: “He is responsible for having injected this vaccine, now suspended, to 1 million French people!”
Politician Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, President of Debout la France and member of the National Assembly, wrote: “By suspending the AstraZeneca vaccine, Macron is making his government look bad.
“Prime Minister Jean Castex told us last night that he was completely sure!
“The executive sails blindly, no longer thinks for itself and only knows how to follow Germany’s footsteps”
And MEP Jean-Paul Garraud said: “Last night again Jean Castex declared that he had no reason to suspend AstraZeneca.
“Maybe it would be good for the Prime Minister to be on the same page as the President.
“This confusion can only disturb the French.”
MEP Helene Laporte, from France’s far-right National Rally party, was even more brutal.
She simply said: “We are ruled by incompetent people.”
**Additional reporting by Maria Ortega**