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Current legislative endeavours are currently focused on discerning optimal strategies to alleviate the imposition of penalties that result in the deprivation of liberty.  Within penal institutions, acknowledging their inherent constraints and unfavourable socio-economic repercussions. In light of this concern, the Algerian legislature has integrated alternative sanctions into its legal frameworks, thereby reinforcing the policy of societal reintegration that it espouses.

This article undertakes a critical assessment of diverse alternative sentencing approaches delineated in Algerian legislation. It is accompanied by a comprehensive analysis of the relevant legal provisions and also includes suggestions for additional alternative sanctions.

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1University Belhadj Bouchaib of Ain Temouchent, Faculty of Law, The laboratory examines the operation, legislation, and jurisdiction of markets in the Maghreb countries (Algeria(.


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