Intimidating voters with the threat of potential violence is apparently legal in France.
Le Pen's National Front party led in the first round of regional voting last week. The next round is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015.
Le Pen vowed to 'ruin the life' of the Socialist government headed by President Francois Hollande.
Valls was appointed by Hollande in 2014.
At stake were the regional councils in metropolitan areas. There are 18 Regional Presidencies at stake, with 13 in continental France and Corsica, and 5 overseas.
The presidential election in France is set for 2017.
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The French prime minister has warned that an election win for the National Front could provoke a 'civil war'.
Manuel Valls' comments came as Marine Le Pen, the leader of the far-Right group, vowed to 'ruin the life' of the Socialist government headed by President Francois Hollande.
The controversial politician has attacked her opponents, accusing them of tactical voting in an effort to prevent her party from making a breakthrough.
She told French radio station RMC: 'I am going to ruin the life of the government, do you hear me? Every day of the week, every minute of the day, they will hear about me.'
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