The French government announced a moratorium on a hike in fuel prices Tuesday following a weekend of protests authorities say were the worst the country’s seen in 50 years.

The rallies marked the third week of “gilet jaunes,” or yellow vest protests, across France, named after the high-visibility safety jackets the French are required to keep in their cars. The movement first came together on social media to protest an increase in fuel taxes. But among the chants of “Macron Resign! Macron Resign!” at the protest, it was obvious it had shifted to anger over the impact on the working and middle class of Macron’s economic policies…

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