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They’re all written from the perspective of the United States, although the U. The law also stipulates penalties that include imprisonment of two months to two years and fines of DZD 500 to DZD 2,000 (.76 to ) for anyone convicted of having committed a “homosexual act.” If a minor is involved, the adult may face up to three years’ imprisonment and a fine of DZD 10,000 ().

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While some lived openly, the vast majority did not, and most feared reprisal from their families or harassment from authorities.

One activist reported that of the 100 LGBTI persons he knew, only three had “come out.” During a May radio interview, Minister of Religious Affairs Mohamed Aissa said that combatting individuals who promote the deviation of morality and the dismantling of the family (a reference to the behavior of LGBTI individuals) was more important than the fight against Da’esh.

, it allows police to arrest LGBTI persons on charges such as “debauchery,” “prostitution,” and “violating the teachings of religion,” and provides for prison sentences of up to 10 years.

Reports of such arrests remained numerous during the year.

Information was not available on official or private discrimination in employment, occupation, housing, statelessness, or access to education or health care based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

There were no government efforts to address potential discrimination.

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Employers refused jobs to LGBTI persons, particularly men perceived as effeminate.

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