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ENTV: Conflict, scandal and the minister's apology

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Algiers- Ennahar treated in several articles published during 2010, the various problems in which television was struggling and the professional errors committed by some officials. Scandals that have shaken the building in the Avenue des Martyrs, are spread in the pages of the daily Ennahar which has becomes a real nightmare for those who lead the “Unique”.

  • Workers of television expected reforms by the administration of Abdelkader Oulmi during the year 2010, and a real fight against mediocrity in all its forms, but Oulmi remained ambiguous, hidden in the shadows, unlike his predecessor, to the point where he only followed the news section, nothing else seems to interest him.
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    On taking office as head of information service, in replacement of his predecessor Ibrahim Sadiki, Nadir Boukabes inherited deplorable conditions that result from conflicts plaguing the television.

    On September 5, 2010, President Bouteflika received during the listening session, the Minister of Communication, Nacer Mehal to whom he gave instructions for the opening of the TV the opposite opinion in news. There has been criticism of some sectors and the departments concerned have protested.

    Production Services
    The year 2010 was marked by the retirement of Kheira Benrabah, better known under the name Mrs. Leila. Oulmi appointed in her place Ramdane Belhadj, but the service could not do more than two modest shows "Sabahiates" and "El Aziz Mouchahid”.

    Ennahar / Rabah A

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