They repress in Paris protests against Marine Le Pen

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Protesters against the candidate for the Presidency of France by the front national (FN), Marine Le Pen, were dispersed by the police of Paris with tear gas.
On Monday, in the vicinity of the Porte de Pantin, groups of protesters arose while the FN was a rally in the presidential campaign at the Zénith de Paris. The police proceeded to dissolve the demonstration teams riot and tear gas.
This is the second consecutive day of protests against Le Pen and his party, part of a group of self-styled militants young Parisians anti-capitalist. The Group dropped bombs of smoke against the police of Paris in an attempt to disrupt the meeting of the FN party.

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To ‘Femen’ activist attacks during her rally in #Paris tonight #LePen. pic.twitter.com/qarnIjTEyE – Vocal Europe (@thevocaleurope) April 17, 2017 protesters are called so as “anti-fascists” and “anti-racist” in rejection to the proposals of the candidate.
During the arrival of the Deputy Gilbert Collard to the FN rally protesters threw him a molotov cocktail which failed to attain it. Later, during the speech of Le Pen, in Paris Zenith, a protester managed to get on the stage and was withdrawn by the candidate security teams.
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