In Algeria’s street mobilization is not fading. On friday, protesters made up mostly of students were again in the streets to denounce the passage of power.
Protests against algerian government are growing. On friday, there were even more people on the streets of the capital Algier to say no to the organisation of the presidential election announced by the authorities in place. “The people want to overthrow Gaïd Salah,” “Put us all in jail,” “The people will not stop,” are among other slogans of the crowd relayed by morocco’s diplomatic. While the Prime Minister’s departure is still being called for general is now the preferred target of the Hirak movement..
Earlier this week, he instructed the interim president to convene the electoral body to hold elections before the end of the year. This instruction was quickly received because the electoral body has been convened and the presidential election will take place on 12 December. Since the end of interim President Abdelkader Bensalah’s 90-day tenure, the country has been plunged into a constitutional vacuum. Recently, General Ahmed Gaïd Salah hardening the tone, reaffirmed the strong will of authorities to organize this election. This is what justifies the heavy deployment of law enforcement in the capital for this 31st consecutive friday.