The people shall establish institutions which have as their objective:
The institutions shall not indulge in:
The fundamental liberties and the rights of man and of the citizen shall be guaranteed. They shall constitute the common heritage of all Algerians, who have the task of transmitting it from generation to generation in its integrity and inviolability.
The individual and collective defense of the fundamental Rights of Man and of individual and collective liberties shall be guaranteed.
The State shall guarantee the inviolability of the human person. Any form of physical or moral violence or infringement of dignity shall be prohibited.
The infringements of rights and liberties as well as any physical or moral attacks on the integrity of the human person shall be punished by statute.
All citizens shall have the right to work.
The right to protection, security and hygiene at work shall be guaranteed by statute.
The right to rest shall be guaranteed. Statute shall determine the modalities of its exercise.
(4)Is considered trafficking, the recruitment, transportation, transfer, accommodation or receipt of one or more persons, by the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, kidnapping, fraud, deception, abuse of authority or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having authority over another purpose of exploitation. Exploitation includes the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, exploitation of others into begging, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs.
Human trafficking is punishable by imprisonment of three (3) years to ten (10) and a fine of 300,000 DA 1,000,000.
When law is applied to a person whose situation of vulnerability is due to his age, illness or physical or mental disability, perceived or known to the perpetrator, the penalty is imprisonment of five (5) years fifteen (15) years and a fine of 500,000 DA DA 1,500,000
A penalty of two to six months imprisonment and 500 to DA 20,000 fine: 1 Anyone who has, in a spirit of greed, caused the parents or a them to abandon their child or unborn; 2 ° Any person who made purchase, or attempted to subscribe by prospective parents or one of them, an act under which they undertake to abandon the unborn child, who has held such a act in a used or attempted to use it; 3 ° Any person who, in a spirit of lucre, brought or attempted to provide through to raise a child. Crimes and offenses tending to prevent the identification of the child
Anyone who excites, encourages or facilitates usually debauchery or corruption of minors twenty-year-year of age or the other sex, or even occasional minor fifteen, is punished imprisonment for a term of two to five years and a fine of 500-25000 DA. Attempted offenses under this section is subject to the pains provided for these offenses.
The punishment is imprisonment for six months to three years and a fine of 500 to 20,000 AD, unless the fact constitutes a offense more importantly, who knowingly
1 in any way aids, assists, or protects the prostitution of others or soliciting for prostitution;
2 in any form, sharing the proceeds of prostitution of others or receives money from a person engaged usually at the prostitution or derives from the same resource Prostitution of Others;
3 lives with a person who habitually engages in the prostitution;
4 being normal relations with one or more people prostitutes cannot justify resource corresponding to its lifestyle;
5 procures, entices or keeps, even with consent, Most people even to prostitution, or to book prostitution or debauchery;
6 acts as an intermediary in any capacity between the persons engaged in prostitution or debauchery and individuals exploit or remunerate the prostitution or debauchery of others;
7 by threat, pressure, deception or other means, obstacle action to prevent, control, assistance or re-education undertaken by qualified organizations for persons engaged in prostitution or at risk of prostitution. Attempted offenses under this section is subject to the pains provided for these offenses.
The penalties laid down in Article 343 are brought to a imprisonment of two to five years and a fine of 1,000 to 40,000 DA when:
1 The crime was committed against a minor under eighteen years;
2 The offense was accompanied by threats, coercion, violence,
assault, abuse of authority or fraud;
3 The offender was carrying a weapon or apparent hidden;
4 The perpetrator is a husband, father, mother or guardian of victim or belongs to one of the categories enumerated in Article 337
5 The offender is required to participate, through its functions, to against prostitution, protection of health or Youth or to maintain public order;
6 The crime was committed against several persons;
7 Victims of crime have been delivered or incited to engage in the prostitution outside Algerian territory;
8 Victims of crime have been delivered or incited to engage in the prostitution on arrival or within a short period of arrival on the Algerian territory;
9 The crime was committed by several perpetrators or accomplices. Attempted offenses under this section is subject to the pains provided for these offenses.
Within the framework of the working relationship, the workers also have the right: • with an effective occupation; • with the respect of their physical and moral integrity and their dignity; • with a protection against any discrimination to occupy a station other than that founded on their aptitude and their merit; • with the vocational training and promotion in work, • with the regular payment of the remuneration which is due for them; • with social works; • with all advantages rising specifically from the contract of employment.
The minimum age required for a recruitment cannot, to in no case, to be lower than sixteen years, except within the framework of apprenticeship contracts drawn up in accordance with the legislation and with the regulation in force. The minor worker can be recruited only on presentation of an authorization established by his legal guardian. The minor worker cannot be employed with work dangerous, unhealthy and vermin with his health or prejudicial with his morality.
The other hand of provided work, the worker has right to remuneration with the title of which it perceives wages or an income proportional to the results of work.
By wages, for the present law, it is necessary to hear: • the basic wage, such as it results from the professional classification of the organization employer.
Remuneration is expressed in exclusively monetary terms and its payment is carried out in exclusively monetary means.
The employer is held to pour regularly with each worker and in the long term fallen, the remuneration which is due for him.
The People set up institutions having as objectives: - the safeguard and consolidation of the national independence; - the safeguard and consolidation of the national identity and unity; - the protection of fundamental liberties of the citizen and the social and cultural progress of the Nation; - the suppression of the exploitation of man by man; - the protection of the national economy from any form of embezzlement or misappropriation, illegitimate monopolizing or seizure.
The institutions are not allowed :
- feudal, regionalist and nepotic practices;
- setting up exploitation relationships and dependence links; - practices that are contrary to the Islamic ethics and to the values of the November Revolution.
Power abuse is repressed by the law.
Individual or associative defence of the fundamental human rights and individual and collective liberties is guaranteed.
The State guarantees the inviolability of the human entity. Any form of physical or moral violence or breach of dignity is forbidden.
Infringements committed against rights and liberties and violations of physical or moral integrity of a human being are repressed by the law.
All citizens have right for work. The right for protection, security and hygiene at work is guaranteed by the law. The right to rest is guaranteed; the law defines the relevant clauses.
Marriage is contracted by consent of the future partners, in the presence of the legal guardian and two witnesses for purposes of authorizing marriage, and by payment of dowry.
Consent flows from the request of one of the two parties and the acceptance of the other party.
The wife has the right to full freedom in the disposition of her property