Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad has resigned, according to Algerian public television and the official Algerian news agency.
“Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad on Thursday presented his resignation to the President of the Republic of Algeria, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, indicate the two media in reading the same press release. The event arose in the second week after the legislative elections of June 12, which saw a record of abstention, (23% participation) thus paving the way for the appointment of a new government by President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, reports do we in the press release. In the meantime, Tebboune charged, on Thursday, the already ex-Prime Minister, Abdelaziz Djerad, to manage current affairs pending the appointment of a new government. ” Article 103 of the Constitution stipulates that “The government is headed by a Prime Minister when the legislative elections result in a presidential majority. The government is headed by a head of government when the legislative elections result in a parliamentary majority ”. “
Djerad in the good voice of his master will most certainly be reappointed to the head of a government as Prime Minister as stipulated. The Algerian people, moreover, do not expect any change with regard to the results of the votes which saw less than one in four Algerians going to the polls. Moreover, as planned and hatched by the military regime, it is the three “chosen” formations, the FNL, the MSP and the RND which will mainly sit in the ANP according to the results of the Anie while the Constitutional Council announces the FNL in the lead followed by the independents and the MSP. Also, it is not excluded that some independents are called to the rescue in which case. The way is therefore clear for Tebboune and the soldiers who will continue to prevail.