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Algeria: President Tebboune launches rivalries with party leaders

AA / Alger / Aksil Ouali

The Algerian President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, launched a series of recent meetings with political party leaders. According to communications from the Algerian Presidency, the head of the Etat said for the first time that the president of the Islamist movement El Bina, Abdelkader Bengrina, and all of the party Jil Jadid (new generation), Sofiane Djilali.

The two politically responsible people are right, according to the same communication, separated in the presence of the director of the presidency cabinet, Abdelaziz Khellaf. The Algerian presidency has not precluded the aim of these new, controversial, similar cells organized in June 2021 in the framework of the political dialogue launched at the time.

These interviews were conducted several days after the diffusion, until May 3, at an APS checkpoint announcing “a start-up of President Tebboune”.

Under the heading “Abdelmadjid Tebboune, the reassembled president”, the official évoc agency the frame of the dynamics which marks the electoral campaign during which it is intended to assemble the youth and the civil society “.

No detail on this starting content has been specified. Judy Dernier, the president of the Council of the Nation (second chamber of the Algerian Parliament), Salah Goudjil appealed to “the actors of the society to adhere to the beginning to ascend the bases and draw the contours of Algeria,” of the assembly policy proposed by the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune “.

After Samedi Dernier, the leaders of the parties at the ballot box, in the presence of the National Liberation Front (FLN), the National Democratic Assembly (RND) and the Tajemoua Amel El Djazair (TAJ), stated their intention to adhere to this initiative. disant être «prêt à prendre part à a national dialogue global tritant de tutses les questions et dossiers pour finare avec la fitna et la haine».

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