Tunisia: Kasserine – Detention Warrants Against Two Employees in Municipality of Ennour Over "Falsification" of Documents"

Tunis/Tunisia — The investigating judge at the Court of First Instance in Kasserine, on Tuesday, issued detention warrants against two employees in the municipality of Ennour, governorate of Kasserine.
The employees working in the civil status department, are accused of forging a contract of sale of land owned by the state, according to Riadh Nouioui, deputy prosecutor and spokesperson for this court.
Read the original article on Tunis Afrique Presse.
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