Today, Sunday, the Sixth Criminal Chamber of the Algerian Judicial Council postponed the trial of the arrested former Prime Minister, Noureddine Bedoui, and the arrested Minister of Health, Abdelmalek Boudiaf, until next October 8.
In the same context, the trial of the defendants was postponed for the third time in a row, as the judge was absent from today’s session, and all judicial files referred to the chamber were postponed until next week.
The scheduling of the case before the Council’s body comes after the defendants and the Public Prosecutor appealed the preliminary rulings issued by the Economic and Financial Criminal Court at the Sidi M’hamed Court, where the accused, “Noureddine Bedoui” and “Abdelmalek Boudiaf,” were convicted of a 5-year prison sentence and a million dinars fine. And former Minister of Health, Abdelmalek Boudiaf, in a corruption-related case.
In the same context, both Badawi and Boudiaf were charged with concluding a suspicious deal related to the construction of an air station in the state of Constantine, while they were serving as governor in the same state, in addition to other charges related to abusing their position and granting unjustified privileges.
The same judicial authority pronounced a ruling of acquittal against the former governor of Constantine, Taher Sakran, and the former Secretary-General of the same state, Ben Youssef Aziz. The investigation file revealed that the matter was related to a suspicious deal related to a project to build an air station in the state of Constantine, through which the financial cover allocated for this was inflated.
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