ALGIERS – Algerian President Abdel Majid Deboun announced on Sunday that the cabinet reshuffle had failed to defeat the opposition and reassured them of the desirability of a change.
On the contrary, the political situation is reminiscent of the anti-people movement on the border and the inability of the authorities to bring new solutions to the country.
Officials are not satisfied with the satisfactory steps taken in recent days, including the release of numerous conscientious objectors, the re-election of Prime Minister Apologis D’Jarot for a third term, the dissolution of Parliament and the creation of new youth organizations. .
The new government hierarchy did not appeal to the general public or the Algerian public.
This restructuring has not increased the growing tensions in the country. On the contrary, it has been the subject of much satire from supporters of the anti-people movement.
The return of two key figures, the so-called “Bouteflika Organization”, namely Mohamed Ali Baghdadi and Talila Pajama, has strengthened the pillars of the regime.
It has proven that it is nothing more than the history of change slogans that have been promoted so far. This again angered the streets and provided yet another argument for those advocating a complete overhaul of the system.
The new Minister of Tourism, Mohamed Ali Boukasi, previously held ministerial posts. He was an advisor to former President Apologize Bouteflika until his resignation in April 2019.
Environment Minister Talila Pujema has held a similar position in previous Budeflika governments.
In her cabinet reshuffle, which did not affect key ministries, Debbie retained Justice Minister Belgasem Jegmati, even though he had become a symbol of the prosecution of political opponents and Hirak activists. He also maintained Communications Minister and government spokesman Ammar Belhimer, who also wields influence over the media.
In response to the disappointing reforms, Algerians have taken to the streets to protest the regime and reiterate the same demands for change they have been voicing for two years.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets on Monday in Algiers and other major cities to protest the ruling elite and show their continued commitment to the fundamental demands of the anti-people movement, including the ousting of the regime. and global political transformation. in the countryside.
Algeria, polarized for two years between the street and the authorities, has again come to the place.
On the one hand, there is the street which is not blocked by epidemics, counter-propaganda or the suspension of struggles for 14 months. On the other hand, there are officials who are unwilling to offer real concessions that can get the country out of its current stalemate.
The authorities opposed the demonstration with all available police forces, special services and the army. “
Algeria, on Monday, “faces serious and vicious electronic warfare aimed at undermining the elements that constitute the secret of Algeria’s force and reflects the situation of unique fusion between the army and the nation,” said Belheimer.
“Algeria’s enemies have tried to engage in this movement maliciously,” the spokesperson said in a statement on his official Facebook page on the occasion of the second anniversary of the anti-people movement.
The authorities could not convince the demonstrators to support the political path it has pursued since the end of 2019, because the army has a monopoly on the management of the country’s affairs in the institutional vacuum.
The presidential election, in which Deborah became head of state, did not guarantee the adoption of a new constitution and subsequent government reforms that failed to provide adequate political guarantees for real change in the streets and failed to bring the country to a real solution to the crisis.
The new government reshuffle has deceived many political forces, such as Djerrat’s third, the Ennada movement (Muslim Brotherhood) and the Labor Party (left).
Labor Secretary-General Louisa Hanoun said “dissolving parliament and introducing government reform will not solve the crisis”. His words were illustrated by two anti-government protests and rallies on Monday.
Protesters dismissed warnings and fears about the spread of the epidemic because many believed that “authorities used the public health crisis to quell the movement, retaliate against activists and impose its agenda.”
“The 14-month suspension has not diminished the political will of the activists and officials today find themselves facing a false ally,” they say.
Like the capital, Algerians and Algerians of different ages and political and ideological orientations have volunteered to renew the same political demands that they had formulated two years ago in all regions of the country.
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