Yellow vests pelt buildings with stones and clash with cops in Brussels on final day of Euro elections


YELLOW vest protesters pelted buildings with stones and clashed with cops in Brussels yesterday during the final day of voting in the Euro elections.

An angry mob demonstrating against social injustice and a rise in fuel prices aimed to cause disruption near the European Parliament building in the Belgian capital.

Yellow vests clash with police in Brussels on the final day of the Euro elections

Cops were forced to use pepper spray and made a number of arrests during violent tussles.

Belgium was holding a general election yesterday as well as elections taking place across the European Union for the European Parliament.

The EU headquarters is located close to where the scuffles occurred.

France’s pro-EU President Emmanuel Macron suffered a humiliating defeat to Eurosceptic far-right leader Marine Le Pen in the euro polls.

In Greece, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who agreed to the heavy Eurozone terms of the bailouts, also took a drubbing and has now called for a snap election.

Brits voted in the EU elections this past Thursday, more than two years after Leave won in the 2016 referendum.

As results were flooding in on Sunday night, Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party was thrashing the Tories and Labour across all regions of the UK.

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