A topless protestor disrupts Marine Le Pen
In chaotic scenes, the woman emblazoned with the same slogan on her bare chest had to be carried out by security.
The woman was protesting on behalf of feminist activist group Femen, who said on Facebook: “Nothing in Marine Le Pen's programme promotes the emancipation of women. No proposal is made to further the equality of the sexes."
This is not the first time Femen have disrupted a speech by anti-EU leader Ms Le Pen.
The Femen activist was carried out by security
Nothing in Marine Le Pen's programme promotes the emancipation of women
In 2015, the activist group disrupted a May Day speech by making Nazi salutes and drowning her out with a bullhorn.
Femen also laid into Ms Le Pen for her refusal to wear a headscarf to meet Lebanon’s top Sunni Muslim cleric was no more than a “media stunt”.
The Front National (FN) leader is continuing to surge ahead of the polls as her main rival socialist Emmanuel Macron fails to recover from his colonisation gaffe.
Last week Ms Le Pen, whose campaign slogan is "In the name of the people" received a further boost after the French public erupted in fury after socialist hopeful and En Marche! candidate Mr Macron, 39, apologised for French colonisation.
Things you didn't know about Marine Le Pen Mon, February 20, 2017
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
Marine Le Pen is surging ahead in the polls
According to the new BVA-Salesforce poll, Ms Le Pen would win 27.5 per cent of the vote in the April 23 first round, up 2.5 percentage points from the last time the poll was conducted on February 4.
Independent centrist Emmanuel Macron was seen coming in second in the first round with 21 per cent of the vote, down one percentage point, followed by conservative Francois Fillon at 19 per cent, also down one percentage point.
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