Algerian finance minister, ex-police chief in court amid graft investigations
30 Apr 2019

Algeria’s finance minister and ex police chief appeared in court on Monday, joining a list of powerful figures to face judicial investigations since mass protests forced the resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika this month.

Finance Minister Mohamed Loukal – a former central bank governor who only got the job from Bouteflika last month – appeared in Algiers as part of an investigation into suspected misuse of public funds, state television reported.

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