Algeria- The Superior Council of the Judiciary denied, on Monday, the rumors spread by some media and social networks about the punishment and dismissal of 86 judges who participated in the popular movement calling for the departure of President Bouteflika.
The Superior Council of the Judiciary has, indeed, categorically denied, in a statement received by our editorial staff, the information relayed by certain media and social networks concerning the dismissal of 86 judges who have expressed their support for the popular movement.
Adding that the Superior Council of the Judiciary is legally entitled to control the discipline of the judges in accordance with the provisions of Article 21 of Organic Law 12-04 registered on 06 September 2004 concerning the composition of the Council, its activities and competencies.
The Supreme Council of the Judiciary confirms that the disciplinary procedures are determined by the organic law mentioned above.
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