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World Lead 1-Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad resigned

19:22  24 june  2021
19:22  24 june  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Algeria-Government / (Lead 1): Lead 1-Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad resigned

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Algiers, June 24 (Reuters) - The first Algerian Minister Abdelaziz Djerad presented Thursday his resignation, paving the way for the appointment of a new government by President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, reports Algerian public television.

This appointment comes nearly two weeks after the legislative elections of 12 June, marked by a high rate of abstention and the absence of the majority party at the National People's Assembly. The FLN (National Liberation Front), which dominates political life since independence, has won the largest number of seats (105 out of 407).

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less than a third of the voters registered on the lists went to the polling stations, while the ballot was considered by power as a way to get out of the political crisis and to end the vast protests of the Hirak who have been shaking the country for two years.

The protesters request the departure of the elite in power, the end of corruption and the withdrawal of the political scene army - a protest that the authorities welcomed as being in the interest of the national renewal, all by repressing the protesters with arrests. (Lamine Chikhi Report, French Version Jean-Stéphane Brush, edited by Blandine Hénault)

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