THE HAGUE (Reuters) – A number of thousand other people held an unauthorised protest in Amsterdam on Sunday towards a countrywide lockdown to sluggish the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic, prior to being dispersed through rebellion police.
The protesters amassed on a sq. in entrance of the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum artwork galleries, wearing indicators studying “Freedom: prevent this siege” and chanting “What do we wish? Freedom!”.
None wore mask, which don’t seem to be obligatory, and few revered social distancing regulations.
Government had declined an software for the protest to be hung on Museum Sq.. The demonstrators refused to depart when police instructed them to take action, and a few threw fireworks.
Rise up police then used water cannon to check out to disperse the collection.
The federal government closed colleges and most department stores