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The website of the French Parliament has stopped working due to a possible cyber attack.

The website of the French Parliament has stopped working due to a possible cyber attack.

The website of the French National Assembly (lower house of parliament) was down on Monday as a result of cyber attacks, BFMTV reports.

“From the middle of the day on March 27, the portal of the National Assembly is unavailable: it is impossible to connect to the site in any way,” the BFMTV website says.

When you try to open the chamber’s website, a splash screen appears on it with the inscription “Site is under maintenance.”

The TV channel points to the messages of a group of “pro-Russian” hackers in Telegram called NoName057, who claimed responsibility, but adds that the authenticity of the information published there cannot be established.

“We decided to repeat our recent trip to France, where the protests against Macron, who decided not to give a damn about the French and continues to” serve “Ukrainian neo-Nazis,” still do not subside.


The image shows a bear, a bear paw print, the emblem of the National Assembly and a screen with a 504 error that can occur due to DDoS attacks.


Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne on March 16 invoked Article 49.3 of the constitution to pass a bill to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 without a vote in parliament. Previously, this law has already caused a strong wave of protests in France, most of them gathered more than a million participants across the country. The demonstrations were accompanied by clashes between the demonstrators and the police, pogroms and riots.