The deputies of the People’s National Assembly valued today, Monday the government’s commitment to presenting the general policy declaration, which is a concretization of the directives of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, aimed at achieving a true democratic path that responds to the aspirations of the Algerian people.
Most of the intervening representatives stressed the importance of the government’s commitment to presenting a public policy declaration to the people’s representatives, which, as they said, “constitutes – as they said – a concretization of the commitments and directives presented by the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, in order to achieve a true democratic path that responds to the aspirations of the Algerian people.”
Regarding the content of the statement itself, the views of the deputies varied between appraisers and critics of some of its details, as some of them pointed out the need to “stop in front of the performance of some sectors, especially those concerned with managing the affairs of the citizen in all aspects of their daily life.”
In this regard, Representative Moundir Bouden of the National Democratic Assembly focused in his intervention on “the uneven performance of some sectors, especially those concerned with managing the affairs of the citizens in their daily life,” while calling for “a forward-looking view of the files that return to the national arena every time, such as fires, which now requires the development of more strict plans to confront their tragic repercussions.”
For his part, Representative Massinissa Ouari of the Liberal bloc called for “redressing the shortcomings and implementing the directives of the President of the Republic, while accelerating the pace of launching development programs and addressing outstanding issues on more than one level.”
In his intervention, MP Mohamed Meshkak of the National Liberation Front confirmed that the completion of the institutional building of the state is a “positive indicator of the path that Algeria has taken today,” considering that the outcome that was mentioned in the government’s general policy declaration “is very stimulating, hoping it will concern all sectors, not especially health and education.”
In the same context, MP Saliha Kachi from the Society for Peace Movement pointed out that “some of the goals set in the government’s action plan were not included in the general policy declaration,” stressing the need to “recover the deficiencies faced by the health sector in the southern provinces, as well as the retirement and education files.”
In the social aspect, MP Bahri Bachir from the Liberal bloc touched on the patients suffering from cancer, calling for the need to “take care of them and give the health sector the utmost importance.”