The interactions of the Bouraoui case: the former French ambassador acquits his country's intelligence, and the Algerian judiciary extends the detention of the mother of the activist and journalist Ben Jamea The interactions of the Bouraoui case: the former French ambassador acquits his country's intelligence, and the Algerian judiciary extends the detention of the mother of the activist and journalist Ben Jamea

The interactions of the Bouraoui case: the former French ambassador acquits his country's intelligence, and the Algerian judiciary extends the detention of the mother of the activist and journalist Ben Jamea

The interactions of the Bouraoui case: the former French ambassador acquits his country's intelligence, and the Algerian judiciary extends the detention of the mother of the activist and journalist Ben Jamea  Algeria -  The case of the Algerian political activist Amira Bouraoui, who left for France through Tunisia in a controversial manner, continues to create events on both sides of the Mediterranean, through extensive media interaction with her, at a time when Bouraoui called for not making the news of her departure, which she classified in the “miscellaneous” category, spoil. The relationship between Algeria and France.  The last commentator on the matter was the former French ambassador, Xavier Drioncourt , who spoke to the public channel “TV5 Monde”, describing the case as “no event” and that the Algerian authorities, according to him, invented the story of the involvement of French intelligence in the transfer of Princess Bouraoui. According to the former ambassador, the French Foreign Intelligence Service could not have any hand in the matter, since this matter does not fall within its powers.  Regarding the diplomatic crisis triggered by the case, Drioncourt said that relations between Algeria and France could weaken from time to time, but commercial exchanges will not be affected. The former ambassador, who has been adopting an offensive stance against the Algerian authorities for some time, added that those who criticize France for exercising consular protection for one of its nationals are the same ones who would attack her if she abandoned the activist.  The former ambassador's speech comes in response to the accusation of the Algerian News Agency , which expresses the official line, the French foreign intelligence service of implementing a plan to undermine Algerian-French relations, which is being implemented by secret agents and “khabarjia” (intelligencers) and some officials in this agency, against the backdrop of Deportation of the activist to France. In the official statement before that, the Algerian Foreign Ministry accused diplomatic, consular and security personnel of the French state of violating national sovereignty by participating in a secret and illegal evacuation of an Algerian citizen whose presence on the national soil is considered necessary by a decision of the Algerian judiciary.  As for Bourawi, she asked, through her Facebook posts, to stop considering this issue as a “state issue,” and indicated that the news of her departure could be classified as a miscellany. The activist considered that what prompted her to leave was the deprivation of her right to travel, as the constitution, according to her, stipulates that the ban is for three months, renewable once, while she has been banned for years, according to what she wrote.  At the judicial level, investigations are continuing into the circumstances of Bouraoui's departure from Algerian soil. Her mother, Khadija Bouraoui, is currently being detained on suspicion that the activist used her passport to pass through the “Umm Al-Taboul” border post on the Algerian-Tunisian border.  According to what was reported by the National Committee for the Defense of Detainees, Amira Bouraoui's mother is being held for the fourth night under investigation in Annaba, east of the country. Likewise, Mustafa Ben Jameh, editor-in-chief of the newspaper “Le Provencal”, is still being held for the eighth night in Annaba in the same case, and the authorities are also holding Bouraoui’s relative, Yassine Ben Taleb.

Algeria -
The case of the Algerian political activist Amira Bouraoui, who left for France through Tunisia in a controversial manner, continues to create events on both sides of the Mediterranean, through extensive media interaction with her, at a time when Bouraoui called for not making the news of her departure, which she classified in the “miscellaneous” category, spoil. The relationship between Algeria and France.

The last commentator on the matter was the former French ambassador, Xavier Drioncourt , who spoke to the public channel “TV5 Monde”, describing the case as “no event” and that the Algerian authorities, according to him, invented the story of the involvement of French intelligence in the transfer of Princess Bouraoui. According to the former ambassador, the French Foreign Intelligence Service could not have any hand in the matter, since this matter does not fall within its powers.

Regarding the diplomatic crisis triggered by the case, Drioncourt said that relations between Algeria and France could weaken from time to time, but commercial exchanges will not be affected. The former ambassador, who has been adopting an offensive stance against the Algerian authorities for some time, added that those who criticize France for exercising consular protection for one of its nationals are the same ones who would attack her if she abandoned the activist.

The former ambassador's speech comes in response to the accusation of the Algerian News Agency , which expresses the official line, the French foreign intelligence service of implementing a plan to undermine Algerian-French relations, which is being implemented by secret agents and “khabarjia” (intelligencers) and some officials in this agency, against the backdrop of Deportation of the activist to France. In the official statement before that, the Algerian Foreign Ministry accused diplomatic, consular and security personnel of the French state of violating national sovereignty by participating in a secret and illegal evacuation of an Algerian citizen whose presence on the national soil is considered necessary by a decision of the Algerian judiciary.

As for Bourawi, she asked, through her Facebook posts, to stop considering this issue as a “state issue,” and indicated that the news of her departure could be classified as a miscellany. The activist considered that what prompted her to leave was the deprivation of her right to travel, as the constitution, according to her, stipulates that the ban is for three months, renewable once, while she has been banned for years, according to what she wrote.

At the judicial level, investigations are continuing into the circumstances of Bouraoui's departure from Algerian soil. Her mother, Khadija Bouraoui, is currently being detained on suspicion that the activist used her passport to pass through the “Umm Al-Taboul” border post on the Algerian-Tunisian border.

According to what was reported by the National Committee for the Defense of Detainees, Amira Bouraoui's mother is being held for the fourth night under investigation in Annaba, east of the country. Likewise, Mustafa Ben Jameh, editor-in-chief of the newspaper “Le Provencal”, is still being held for the eighth night in Annaba in the same case, and the authorities are also holding Bouraoui’s relative, Yassine Ben Taleb.

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