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Move follows army chief's pledge to launch anti-fraud crackdown as protesters continue to demand political overhaul. Algerian authorities have arrested five billionaires as part of an anti-corruption investigation, State TV reported. Issad Rebrab, the founder and chairman of Cevital, Algeria 's biggest privately held company, was arrested on Monday alongside four brothers from the Kouninef family. Reda, Abdelkader, Karim and Tarek Kouninef are believed to be part of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika 's inner circle while Rebrab, owner of the critical Liberte newspaper, opposed the president's re-election.

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Move follows army chief's pledge to launch anti-fraud crackdown as protesters continue to demand political overhaul. Algerian authorities have arrested five billionaires as part of an anti-corruption investigation, State TV reported. Issad Rebrab, the founder and chairman of Cevital, Algeria 's biggest privately held company, was arrested on Monday alongside four brothers from the Kouninef family. Reda, Abdelkader, Karim and Tarek Kouninef are believed to be part of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika 's inner circle while Rebrab, owner of the critical Liberte newspaper, opposed the president's re-election.

Rebrab denied the arrest in a tweet shortly after the announcement was made, saying he voluntarily answered the police's call to give evidence on a case involving industrial equipment which authorities had seized from him in June But private Ennahar TV channel reported later on Monday the five individuals seized by authorities had been taken to court to face the charges levelled by the general prosecutor's office. Further details were not immediately available. The move came after Algeria's army chief, Lieutenant General Gaid Salah, announced last week that members of the ruling elite in the major oil and natural gas-producing country would be prosecuted for corruption.

An Algerian court has already summoned former Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and current Finance Minister Mohamed Loukal, two close associates of Bouteflika, in an investigation into suspected misuse of public money, state TV said on Saturday. Bouteflika stepped down two weeks ago after 20 years in power, bowing to pressure from the army and weeks of demonstrations by mainly younger Algerians seeking change.

Demonstrators in the North African country want a new generation of leaders to replace a ruling elite seen by many ordinary Algerians as out of touch and unable to jump-start a faltering economy hampered by cronyism.

Bouteflika has been replaced by Abdelkader Bensalah, head of the upper house of parliament, as interim president for 90 days until a presidential election is held on July 4. Hundreds of thousands protested on Friday to demand the resignation of Bensalah and a complete political overhaul. The protests marked the ninth consecutive week of demonstrations.

Salah said on April 16 the military was considering all options to resolve the ongoing political crisis, but also warned: "Time is running out". He did not specify what measures the army could take, though said military leaders "have no ambition but to protect our nation". Toggle navigation. Algeria: 5 billionaires arrested as part of anti-corruption drive Move follows army chief's pledge to launch anti-fraud crackdown as protesters continue to demand political overhaul.

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This article looks the various political roles attributed to the notion of "youth" in Algeria. It shows how a conflictual situation implies both positive and negative definitions of a heterogenous social category. Indeed, besides being a category of age, the "youth" is also defined as a generation due to sharing in a common experience. In other words, the ongoing crisis in Algeria implies a persistent insecurity, economic and social blockings but also a lack of leisure activities. At the same time, one can see the similarities between the notion of the "youth" and that of the "people, especially regarding the persistent tendency of the ruling elite to infantilized the entire population, expressing a paternalism that is often understood as contempt. Thus, on can also define this group politically as it represents the rejection of both the ongoing crisis as well as the gerontocracy that is held responsible for these events. Il est donc difficile de lui attribuer arbitrairement une fonction politique univoque.

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List of Algerian newspapers for news and information on sports, entertainments, jobs, education, festivals, lifestyles, travel, and business. Leading Arabic -language newspaper based in Kouba, Algiers. Newspaper published in French-language and covering economy, culture, inside Algeria news, history, and more. One of the French-language newspapers in Algeria owned by Algerian Government. Algerian French-language newspaper featuring local and worldwide news including health, sports, entertainment, business, and more. Algerian newspapers Online List of Algerian newspapers for news and information on sports, entertainments, jobs, education, festivals, lifestyles, travel, and business. Echorouk Online English edition of Echorouk.

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