Rabah Karèche, a correspondent for the French-language daily newspaper Liberté in Tamanrasset, was accused of spreading false information that could “undermine public safety.”
An Algerian journalist was indicted on Monday, April 19 “Threat to Public Safety” According to the Association for Solidarity with Prisoners of Conscience, after an article about the Tuareg protest movement in greater southern Algeria.
Rabah Karèche, reporter for the French daily free In Tamanrasset (Tamanrasset), “Subject to delivery order” After hearings by the investigating judge at the Sahara Metropolitan Court in Algeria, the National Commission for the Release of Detainees (CNLD) was appointed.
Reporter free According to the online version of the newspaper, he was brought to justice after being held overnight at Tamanrasset Central Police Station from Sunday to Monday. He was summoned by the police on Sunday after the report on the Hoggar Tuareg demonstration was released on Sunday. “New Territory Division”.
Rabah Karèche is an experienced and respected journalist based in Tamanrasset for a long time. According to reports, residents of the area condemned “Expropriation of land for profit” Thanks to the new territorial division, the newly created Djanet and Illizi states (states) in the southern part of the country.
The Berber speaker said that the Tuaregs at the southernmost tip of Algeria often condemned their economic and social marginalization in a very centralized country. Rabah Kareche “He is a reporter from Tamanrasset, far from the relative safety of the Algiers editorial staff. Mr. Raba is disturbed because he has condemned the government and certain local celebrities for their tricks for many years.”Freelance journalist Tarik Hafid tweeted under the hashtag #Journalism is not a crime.