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the Minister of Finance and the former Prime Minister, who were called by the courts



As popular protests continue, people close to former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika are worried about corruption.

The World with AFP Today, 10:52 pm

  The businessman Ali Haddad and the former Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia were hung in pictures during a demonstration in Algiers (Algeria) on April 5, April 2019. [19659005] Businessman Ali Haddad and former Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia were hung in pictures during a demonstration in Algiers (Algeria) on 5 April 2019. Ramzi Boudina / REUTERS </figcaption>
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<p>  Public television Algerier has announced it. Former Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and current Finance Minister Mohamed Loukal were summoned by the court in Algiers on Saturday, April 20, primarily for <em> "Wasting Public Funds and Excess Benefits" </em>. In the morning, dozens of National Democratic Rally (RND) activists, whose secretary-general was Mr. Ouyahia, held a rally in front of the National Headquarters of the party in Algiers demanding his withdrawal. </span><span class= Read also A Algiers, "the system tries to regenerate and plays the card of repression"

The relatives of the former head of state worry

At the beginning of the month had the former head of the Algerian bosses Ali Haddad, a wealthy businessman on the verge of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's resignation, was arrested on his way to Tunisia. He was arrested following the discovery of unreported foreign currency and two passports, an Algerian criminal offense.

The day after his arrest, the judicial authority announced the initiation of investigations into corruption and transfers of illegal capital. It had also forbidden a number of people to leave Algeria without naming names, but the press had revealed that of a dozen influential businessmen, all of whom were related to the entourage of the head of the GDR State.

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