On Thursday, June 24, Algerian Prime Minister Abdelloggiz D’Grod handed over the resignation of his government to President Abdelmadjit Deboun. The day after the official results of the Assembly elections were announced, The ruling National Liberation Front (FLN) won.
In office from December 28, 2019, Mr. Djirod is the head of government to manage day-to-day affairs. “I accept the resignation but will continue to manage current affairs until a new government is appointed.”, Quoted by the official Algerian Press Service (ABS). Debown said.
The 67-year-old Mr. Djerot has given a starting point several times, but despite being criticized for managing the economic crisis in Algeria, he was renewed in June 2020 and then in February 2021.
Assembly elections were marked A historic turnout (77%) This is a testament to Algerians’ growing dissatisfaction and distrust of the often discredited political class. The referendum was prematurely rejected by the anti-Hirak movement and secular and left-wing opposition. “Masquerade”, In the context of repression against all dissenting voices.
Acquisition of power
The emerging legislature will lead to a coalition of two traditional parties (FLN and the National Democratic Rally, RNT), independents, Islamist-conservatives and smaller groups close to power. Once they were elected, most of the independent delegates pledged their allegiance to President Debn.
According to the Prime Minister, the state president Mr. It may renew the diocese, or appoint a representative of the parliamentary majority, or even a person not affiliated with a political party.
The next head of government, Mr. Use the road map of Debown, which begins local elections by the end of the year. After two and a half years of political crisis, the authorities are determined to ignore the demands of the street and regain control: the rule of law, democratic change, people’s sovereignty, and independent justice.
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