Destabilizing scheme of 2016 Baccalaureate questions’ leaks was launched from France, Morocco and Tunisia

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icon-writer By: Nouara Bachouche /*/ English Version: Med.B.

The thorough Investigations conducted by the national security services in charge of combating cyber-crime, into the ins and outs of the "Baccalaureate scandal of 2016," showed that the launch of the June 2016 leaks of Baccalaureate questions came from three foreign countries, in an attempt to torpedo the credibility of the Algerian Baccalaureate by taking advantage of electronic servers with the connivance of those defrauding people now detained in Algeria as part of the case.

Security officials in charge of the investigations told “Echorouk” that after the analyses and audits on the 2016 Bac questions’ leaks, it was demonstrated that shadowy culprits based in France, Morocco and Tunisia, were involved in the attempts to tarnish the credibility of the national “Baccalaureate Exam".

According to the investigation process, the 2016 Baccalaureate questions’ leaks have been made possible through the exploitation of foreign-based electronic servers.

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