A former minister appears before the Public Prosecutor in the specialized pole on charges of corruption


Algeria, a former minister was reported by the Algerian newspaper “An-Nahar” that he appeared today before the representative of the republic at the pole specializing in corruption cases at the Sidi M’hamed court.

The investigation is related to the company of the general manager of an Algerian company established for the construction of “cpa alnpm” metalwork and structures.

The sources also confirmed that the elements of the Central Authority for Combating Organized Crime brought 38 people for investigation in corruption cases, including 4 central directors.

Corruption issues are a serious issue in Algeria and in the whole world, and government and private agencies must work hard to combat them and impose sanctions on all parties involved in them.

The Central Authority for Combating Organized Crime in Algeria is among the authorities concerned with combating corruption in the country, and it investigates complaints and reports any activity that could commit corruption crimes.

It should be noted that Algeria is currently witnessing a great movement demanding reforms and fighting corruption, as many protesters believe that corruption is the main reason behind the economic and social crisis that the country is suffering from.

Thus, the submission of the former delegate minister and general manager of the Algerian company to investigation on charges of corruption is an important step in sending a clear message that Algeria will not allow corruption on its soil.

What is the judicial authority in Algeria?

The judicial power in Algeria is one of the three powers that make up the Algerian state, along with the legislative power and the executive power. The function of the judiciary is to apply the law, settle disputes and protect rights and freedoms.

The judiciary in Algeria is made up of an array of courts and tribunals, including supreme courts, courts of first instance, administrative courts, and military courts. These courts are independent in performing their duties, and are subject to the authority of the constitution, law and conscience.

The President of the Republic in Algeria appoints members of the Supreme Courts, the Public Prosecution Office, and the Public Prosecutor in the Supreme Courts, Administrative Courts, and Military Courts, while the rest of the judges and judicial employees are appointed based on the recommendation of the Supreme Judicial Council.

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