Her parents wish “to be able to honor the memory of their daughter in the serenity, the respect and the dignity which is due to her”, recalled the lawyer Me Clotilde Lepetit, the day after a demonstration in Paris in the presence in particular of Eric Zemmour during which some demonstrators carried signs on which appeared the face of the schoolgirl.

The RN, which was initially to participate in the rally, finally organized a minute of silence at the same time before the National Assembly “in tribute to Lola and in support of her family and loved ones”.

The circumstances of Lola’s death and the profile of the suspect, of Algerian nationality and under an obligation to leave French territory (OQTF), have aroused strong criticism on the right and the far right.

Elected LRs did not participate in Thursday’s rallies but the boss of LR senators Bruno Retailleau announced the forthcoming filing of a bill to engage “State responsibility” when it “fails in its obligations” , with possible “damages to the victims”.

A rally to “support family and loved ones” of the victim is planned for Friday in Fouquereuil (Pas-de-Calais), the town where the father of the young teenager is from, before a funeral scheduled for Monday at 2:30 p.m. in Lilles, city ​​of origin of his mother, in the same department.

Friday, on the sidelines of a European Council in Brussels, the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron considered that the family “needed the respect and affection of the nation”.