Protect fired teargas at the protesters, some of whom threw chunks of wood. The protesters then sinistral, followed by a small group of police.
Ms Le Pen is dues to address her supporters at a perk up in the Zenith concert hall in the north-east of the French capital.
The French presidential refute is seen as being very close and none of the candidates can be assured of requiring it through to the second round with the polls being volatile and too fixed to call with certainty.
Masked protestors take to the boulevards of Paris ahead of Marine Le Pen’s rally in the capital
All the main candidates are dote oning a concerted effort as the campaign enters the final week for the first disc-shaped of voting which takes place on Sunday.
According to the latest canvass, the centrist Emmanuel Macron is marginally in the lead and is expected to gain 23 percent in the in the beginning round of France’s presidential election.
Ms Le Pen is only just behind on 22.5 percent with Francois Fillon and Jean-Luc Melenchon on an peer footing, both on 19.5 percent.
Protestors outside the Fix on concert hall in Paris
Tear gas floats in the air ahead of the Faade National rally in Paris
Protestors outside the Zenith concert passageway in Paris
Protestors throw missiles ahead of the Front Chauvinistic rally
Marine Le Pen supporters ahead of the rally in Paris
First National lawmaker Gilbert Collard told reporters that on arriving at the concert lobby he was hit on the neck by a beer bottle and other objects were targeted at him, in the past police intervened.
Another Front National official, Jean Messiha, revealed he saw a couple of molotov cocktails being thrown.
The news agency Reuters express that neither comment could be verified.
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It was the next day of violence from people protesting about the far-right party.
Armed police were deployed on the high road of Paris yesterday after a mob of protestors in the north-east suburb of Aubervilliers threw flares and ran amok.