6 years in prison for Louh and less for Said Bouteflika and Haddad

The verdict of the trial of the former Minister of Justice Tayeb Louh and his co-defendants, prosecuted for obstructing the proper conduct of justice, has finally fallen.

After three days of trial, marked by staggering revelations, the judge of the Criminal Court of Dar El Beida (Algiers) finally delivers his verdict. The main defendant in the case, namely Tayeb Louh, is sentenced to six years in prison with 200,000 Algerian dinars.

In this case, Tayeb Louh was prosecuted on several counts, including “incitement to partiality”, “abuse of office” and “obstructing the proper conduct of justice”.

Indeed, the former Minister of Justice and his co-defendants are accused of being involved in the case of the annulment of the international arrest warrant issued against the former Minister of Energy, Chakib Khelil, who is currently in custody. flight abroad.

2 years in prison against Said Bouteflika

Prosecuted in the same case, Said Bouteflika and his right-hand man Ali Haddad took two years in prison with a fine of 100,000 DZD. Inspector General Tayeb Benhachem was also sentenced to the same sentence as Haddad and Said.

On the other hand, the court pronounced acquittals the former president of the court of Algiers Mokhtar Benharadj and the ex-secretary general of the Ministry of Justice, Zouaoui Laadjine.

for the judge Semaoun Sid Ahmed and the prosecutor Khaled Bey of the court of Sidi M’hamed, as well as

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