Lars Ericson

How many months does it take GFC2 to count yellow vests?

IFP 1975, "Between 16 May 2019 and 30 July 2019, for two consecutive Saturdays, will fewer than 5,000 cumulative daily protesters participate in “Yellow Vests” protests across France?", closed over a month ago. The question description is given with no language at all on reference source, other than quoting examples of anecdotal news reports: "What began in November 2018 as protests against fuel tax hikes have grown into an ongoing series of protests across France, particularly on Saturdays (<a href = \"https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-30/why-yellow-vests-remain-thorn-in-macron-presidency-quicktake\"target=\"_blank\">Bloomberg</a>, <a href = \"https://www.france24.com/en/20181127-france-yellow-vest-protest-movement-macron-fuel-tax\"target=\"_blank\">France24(1)</a>). President Macron has offered concessions over several months, but the protests continue (<a href = \"https://www.france24.com/en/20190427-france-yellow-vest-macron-great-national-debate-act-24-tax-protest\"target=\"_blank\">France24(2)</a>, <a href = \"https://www.wsj.com/articles/frances-yellow-vests-are-unappeased-and-back-to-demanding-change-11556385648\"target=\"_blank\">WSJ</a>)."

Since 31 July 2019 it has not been resolved.

This question should be voided just on the issue of having no language to define what is the reference source. If the reference source is "the reliable news media", well, whatever the RNM was going to do to count vests, they have either done so or they've moved on. That would be another reason to void the question.
Modified on Sept. 1, 2019, 7:09 a.m. PDT
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