Two gatherings per day were declared Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 from 2 p.m.
Four gatherings were declared in the prefecture for the weekend of November 6 and 7 in Bordeaux. The now traditional one of the opponents of the sanitary pass must begin on Saturday at 2 p.m. Place de la Bourse, then leave for the Chartrons district (cours Xavier-Arnozan, cours de Verdun) and return via the Quai Louis-XVIII. The last demonstration brought together barely 300 people, but the question remains whether the procession will not be joined by yellow vests protesting against the rise in energy prices.
A happening against animal exploitation is also announced on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on the reflecting pool.
Sunday, it is a white march in favor of Margaux Houguet which must go from the tribunal de grande instance to Place Stalingrad via the Grand-Théâtre and the stone bridge. Departure announced at 2:30 p.m. This 22-year-old woman had been fatally mown by a car in October 2019, on the A 63 motorway, near the town of Mios.
Shortly before, at 2 p.m., Amnesty International organized a rally in Place de la Victoire to have a petition in favor of Rocky Myers. This black man with a mental disability has been held for twenty-seven years in the death row in Alabama, United States. He was convicted of the murder of a white woman and sentenced to life imprisonment, but the judge ignored this recommendation and sentenced him to death, which is illegal, says Amnesty International.
It is also possible that other gatherings take place without having been declared at the prefecture. We are notably without news of a possible event this Saturday as part of World Climate Day, on the sidelines of COP 26.