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Looking Into 2023 and Beyond: How Can We Fast-Track Crypto Mass Adoption?

Cryptopolitan 29 Mar 2023
Law Library of Congress, eight other countries (Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iraq, Morocco, Nepal, Qatar, and Tunisia) have banned cryptocurrencies, while dozens of others have sought to limit the adoption of digital assets.

The impact of data localization regulations on multinational financial services in Africa

B & FT Online 27 Mar 2023
Data Localization laws, regulations and policies are spreading rapidly around the world ... These restrictions on digital trade and services or limitations on data processing or data transfer are often stipulated in data protection laws or regulations ... These include Algeria (article 44 of data protection law); Gabon (article 94 of the Law No.

Algeria president orders ministries to refrain from glorifying politicians

Middle East Monitor 22 Mar 2023
"Algeria today does not need to enact laws that may disturb the lives of citizens, but rather to cancel some of them that are outdated," he said ...

Saied’s Tunisia Is Politicizing Counterterrorism Again

The Washington Institute 10 Mar 2023
(1) a legitimate process of reform and rule of law backed by funding, guidance, and training from the United States, Europe, and Algeria, and (2) the support of a population not jaded by politicized arrests in the name of “counterterrorism.” Based on the current trajectory, Saied ...

Algerian parliament passes unions bill despite opposition

The New Arab 08 Mar 2023
The Movement of Society and Peace, the only opposition party in Parliament, voted Tuesday against the bill saying that the new law "confiscates rights approved by the constitution, and violates international agreements signed by Algeria, especially those related to the rights of the opposition.".

Algeria arrests ex-media minister over corruption case

The New Arab 08 Mar 2023
In the same year, the agency stopped distributing advertisements to newspapers not owned by journalists or did not respect the media law, leading to the bankruptcy of sixty newspapers in Algeria ... El-Watan, the most widely printed Francophone newspaper in Algeria, released a ...

Housekeepers sue Algerian consulate in Canada

Joy Online 02 Mar 2023
In a document filed in the Montreal courthouse a few days ago, the state of Algeria hinted that it had immunity. “Under the State Immunity Act, the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria is a foreign state for the purposes of the law”, it is indicated, by the voice of Global Affairs Canada.

Why Algeria's regime is cheering Saeid's proto-dictatorship

The New Arab 01 Mar 2023
But Algeria’s aid came with strings attached ... With this aid from Algeria, Saied was able to advance the counterrevolutionary project, hold back a much-needed transitional justice, subvert the rule of law, and systematically erode all the democratic gains that Tunisians struggled desperately to maintain since the ousting of Ben Ali.

Algeria jails journalist Ihsane el-Kadi as old guard asserts power

Business Ghana 22 Feb 2023
In our series of letters from African journalists, Magdi Abdelhadi looks at what the jailing of a prominent journalist says about where power really lies in Algeria ... Sadly, for Mr El-Kadi, and all those who dreamt of free press and rule of law in Algeria and the rest of North Africa, it was a very brief cosmic moment.

Tunisia rights group: We reject Saied influence on the judiciary

Middle East Monitor 17 Feb 2023
READ.�Algeria, Tunisia presidents call shows ties are undamaged, reports claim It denounced the arrest of ....

Is trading legal in Africa?

Ghana Business News 16 Feb 2023
Forex trading is not practised in African countries under Sharia law. This means it’s not very welcome in countries like Algeria, Egypt, Burkina Faso, etc ... They also ensure that the forex brokers are trustworthy and compliant with the financial sector law.

Algeria Shuts Down Its Flagship Rights Group

Human Rights Watch 08 Feb 2023
The court found that the group had violated Algeria’s regressive law on associations by failing to “respect national constants and values” when it met with nongovernmental organizations “hostile to Algeria” and engaged in “suspicious activities” such as “addressing the issue of ...

Algeria: Reverse decision to dissolve leading human rights group

Amnesty 08 Feb 2023
The reference was to past splits within the League and to the law on associations in force at the time ... The LADDH is the oldest independent human rights organization in Algeria ... Algeria is rapidly plunging ever deeper into a human rights crisis where there is virtually no more space for human rights work and activities ... The post Algeria.

Macron's remarks prove France still pursues colonial approach toward Africa: Turkish scholar

Anadolu Agency 01 Feb 2023
She noted that Algerians frequently demand an apology and remorse from France for massacres in Algeria committed during the colonial era ... "Although the law was strongly condemned by Algeria and other colonial countries, France still believes that colonial policies continue to say that policies are for the benefit of the colonized nations," she said.

Algeria, Russia discuss strengthening industrial, economic cooperation

Middle East Monitor 30 Jan 2023
Zaghdar spoke about the new investment law that entered into force recently in Algeria, pointing to the privileges and incentives that it provides to encourage the establishment ...

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