The Front National figure demanded the country would need to “free ourselves” from the grips of Brussels in order to introduce significant financial reform.
Ms Le Pen, a outspoken critic of the anti-democratic bloc, has promised voters the ability to determine their own future, in the run-up to the French presidential election.
Speaking before the first round of voting on April 23, she told her countrymen and women an “important part of my protect is to regain our sovereignty” from the ailing European project.
Reinforcing her argument, David Ratchline, Ms Le Pen’s close campaign ally, told CNBC the EU’s policy for globalisation and international trade hinders France’s industry.
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We want to free ourselves from the EU to implement very specific measures
“We assessed what we could gain from a Frexit,” he said, adding the Front National wants to implement a strategy of “smart protectionism” to reduce unemployment and the country’s trade deficit.
He said: “We want to free ourselves from the EU to implement very specific measures like the smart protectionism – the EU today forbids it.
“We want to first negotiate, get our sovereignty back in terms of currency, budget, territory to control our borders and our economy to have an economic patriotism.
“After, if we get the reforms we can stay in the EU, a new Europe of nations, free and sovereign.
“Otherwise, we will suggest to the French to exit the EU, like the United Kingdom did recently – it is nothing extraordinary.”
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Throughout her campaign, Ms Le Pen has promised to offer “six months” of negotiation to the EU before giving France a referendum on its membership of the political project.
She said: “As you know, an important part of my project is to regain our sovereignty and thus free ourselves from the anti-democratic rules of the European Union.
“I give you six months of negotiation, at the end of which you will decide, by referendum whether we belong to the European Union or not.”
Things you didn't know about Marine Le Pen
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Marine Le Pen is a French politician who is the president of the National Front, a national-conservative political party in France and one of its main political forces.
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Described as more democratic and republican than her nationalist father, she has led a movement of "de-demonization of the Front National" to detoxify it and soften its image
The presidential hopeful has also outlined a 10-point plan on her website, which she wants to implement within two months, should be become the leader of the republic.
Among the plans is included an immediate suspension of the Schengen agreements and restoration the Western European nations borders.
Under Schengen laws, passport-free travel is allowed between 26 EU states. Yet the agreement has come under fire and undergone change, with extra security introduced, after a spate of terror attacks across the bloc.
Furthermore, Ms Le Pen pledged to abolish state medical aid for illegal immigrants and has also outlined plans to ban French citizens from holding passports from non-European nations.