200 members of the ultra-right march through the streets of Lyon

AA / Paris / Ümit Donmez

More than 200 members of the ultra-right marched on Friday evening in the streets of Lyon, without being worried by the police.

Brandishing two large black banners that read “Justice for Lola” and “Immigration kills”, far-right activists used smoke bombs and chanted slogans such as “immigrants, murderers”.

A first rally, organized by the Reconquest party of Éric Zemmour, was held Thursday evening in front of the Court of Assizes of the Rhône, to call for justice for Lola. Several other marches had taken place simultaneously throughout France, at the call of the far-right movement.

As a reminder, Lola is a 12-year-old child who was killed in atrocious conditions last Friday, in the 19th arrondissement of Paris.

The main suspect, Dahbia B., is a 24-year-old woman in an irregular situation who had an obligation to leave French territory (OQTF).

A large number of politicians on the far right, but also on the so-called “Republican” right, accused immigration in general of being criminals and demanded that the government “immediately deport every foreigner, whether in a regular situation or not”.

A week after her murder, Lola’s family asked for the recovery of this tragedy to be stopped, “for political purposes”, in order to be able to mourn with “serenity, respect and dignity”.

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