In a press statement, police of the 7th district in Paris confirmed the detention of three people.
According to Director General of Greenpeace France Jean-Francois Julliard, the action is aimed at preventing people from supporting Le Pen "and everything [FN] represents."
Independent candidate Emmanuel Macron and Le Pen became the two top contenders in the first round of the French presidential election, and are set to face each other in the run-off on Sunday. According to polls, Macron is set to win the runoff with about 60 percent of votes against Le Pen's projected 40 percent.
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