The authorities in Algeria have decreed that weekly protests will be barred if they do not have prior approval.
The Friday mass demonstrations began in February 2019 and toppled the long-term President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who was seeking a fifth term in office.
In a statement, the interior minister accused the marchers of causing nuisance to the wider population.
It said organisers must now provide their personal details as well as the march’s itinerary, slogans and timings.
The ministry warned that non-compliance will render the protest illegal.
The marches still take place demanding an end to corruption and a purge of the ruling elite.