Riot the Old Bill continue to engage in violent clashes with anti fascist bundles who seemingly cannot accept the result of the public vote — which betrays Mr Macron won 23.3 per cent of support compared to Ms Le Pen’s estimated 21.7 per cent.
Write ups say tear gas has been used against the hundreds of protesters, who have also been struck with battens.
It appears a untroubled left-wing protest was taken over by more radical leftists, who are design on engaging in violence.
Pictures show protesters armed with mends of wood charging at police and throwing a volley of missiles.
Initial polling materials shows Ms Le Pen and Mr Macron will face off in the final round of voting, which skedaddles place on May 7.
Violent clashes with French riot police officers are taking place in Paris
Anti-fascists clash with the coppers after French Election first round result
Bookmakers be subjected to shortened the odds on Mr Macron, who has consistently polled better than the Nationwide Front leader in head-to-head surveys.
Ms Le Pen took to the stage and hailed “an great event” and vowed to tighten up border security.
Mr Macron is yet to speak.