Fri Dec 9, 2016 4:22PM
People hold a banner in an action to protest against tax evasion at a BNP Paribas bank in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on November 24, 2016. © AFP
People hold a banner in an action to protest against tax evasion at a BNP Paribas bank in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on November 24, 2016. © AFP

Ramin Mazaheri
Press TV, Paris

Many in France are increasingly upset due to President Francois Hollande’s decision to cut public services in order to save money. Activists across the country have planned 2 days of sit-ins at banks over what they call tax fraud by banks, corporations and the wealthy.