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venerdì 10 ottobre 2014

Partial movement in the body of the judiciary, has promoted a woman Attorney General

According to "algerie.com"
The President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika held a partial movement within the body of the judiciary, said yesterday a statement from the presidency of the Republic.
"In accordance with the powers conferred upon it by the provisions of Article 78-7 of the Constitution and under Article 49 of the organic law on the status of the judiciary, the President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika, conducted a partial movement in the Supreme Court and the Council of State as well as in the body of Presidents of attorneys General and the Courts, and the chairmen and commissioners of state near the administrative Tribunals "the statement said. "This movement has mutations, new appointments and for this role," Will added the same source.
One learns that the President of the indictment of the Algiers Court House was catapulted to the Public Prosecutor at the Court of Boumerdes. A first in the judicial annals of the country. However, the President of the Court of Algiers was not affected by the partial movement.
It is tradition that the head of state makes changes in the body of the judiciary on the eve of the opening of the judicial year. This year, it did not happen, or at least officially.
At the press conference he hosted at the headquarters of the Court of Algiers on September 3, the Minister of Justice, Attorney General had told reporters who asked nothing in the law provided that opening of the judicial year is done by the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister or the Minister of Justice. However, the Algerians have become accustomed to watching the speech from the head of state, during a ceremony at theMouvement partiel dans le corps de la magistrature, Une femme promue procureur général Supreme Court on the justice sector.