Yesterday, Sunday, the Court of Appeal of the Algerian Judicial Council issued a ruling imposing a 4-year prison sentence against the former Prime Minister, Noureddine Bedoui, and the former Minister of Health, Abdelmalek Boudiaf, in a case related to corruption.
Both Badawi and Boudiaf were prosecuted on charges of concluding a suspicious deal related to the construction of an air station in the state of Constantine while they were serving as governor of the aforementioned state, in addition to other charges related to abusing their position and granting unjustified privileges.
The referral decision revealed that the matter was related to a suspicious deal related to a project to build an air terminal in the state of Constantine, which witnessed the inflation of the financial cover allocated for this project, which was received after 10 years instead of the 48 months specified in the book of conditions.
Last June, the Economic and Financial Criminal Court of the Sidi M’hamed Court issued a ruling imposing a penalty of 5 years in prison and a fine of one million dinars against Noureddine Badawi and Abdelmalek Boudiaf.
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