Strong participation, best response to Algeria’s enemies
Holding a meeting in Adrar (1421 km south of Algiers), the Secretary General of the National Republic Alliance (ANR) Belkacem Sahli said that the success of the upcoming legislative elections depended on a strong participation to preserve “the durability of the institutions of the Republic.”
He highlighted the need for a “balanced” development between the northern and southern regions, saying that the rural areas, villages and small towns were “a real reservoir for sustainable development as a substitute for hydrocarbon resources.”
Holding a meeting in Skikda (470 km west of Algiers), Head of Tajamoue Amal El Djazair party (TAJ) Amar Ghoul broached the issue of youth, saying that “it is time to give opportunity to youth” to contribute to decision-making and play a role in all areas while ensuring continuity between generations.”
Ghoul said that his political party worked for “a genuine involvement” of youth in the direct management of country’s issues.
President of El Fadjr El Djadid Tahar Benbaibeche said in Oum El Bouaghi (465 km east of Algiers) that the election on 4 May was an opportunity for “the expected change.”
Benbaibeche, who deplored that the national economy always depended on oil incomes, stated that the alternative lied in the development of agriculture whose strong potential “is able to change the country’s economic equation.”
President of the Republican Patriotic Rally (RPR) Abdelkader Merbah called from El-Oued (633 km southeast) for a strong participation in the legislative elections to preserve country’s strengths and achievements.”
This election “is a decisive opportunity as it is the only and most appropriate democratic mean to face the sly conspiracies of Algeria’s enemies, inside and outside,” said Merbah.
President of the National Front for Authenticity and Freedoms (FNAL) Abdelhamid Djeldjeli affirmed during a meeting in El Milia (434 km east of Algiers) a strong participation in the next election would be a response to “the parties that seek to undermine the country’s stability and values.”