Issad Rebrab back in hotseat
Two and half years after being released from custody, Cevital's founder is tangled in a new legal case over a plant in Béjaïa.
Less than two years after taking over the helm of country's largest holding company Cevital, Malik Rebrab, one of Issad Rebrab's sons, is casting off several key projects that have been blocked by his father's long-standing disputes with the government.
Whether it be Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Azzedine Mihoubi, Ali Benflis, Abdelaziz Belaïd or Abdelkader Bengrina, the president elected on December 12 will arrive in the El Mouradia Palace with his hands and feet bound. He will take charge of a state
Army chief of staff Ahmed Gaid Salah is manoeuvring furiously to strengthen his hold over post-Bouteflika Algeria. He has set about turning the Army Central Security Directorate, the DCSA, into an all-powerful intelligence service comparable to the former Intelligence and