Prime Minister, Aïmene Benabderrahmane, announced today, Wednesday in Tissemsilt that a financial package worth 100 billion Algerian dinars was allocated to implement nearly 90 development projects as part of the complementary program for the development of this province.
Mr. Benabderrahmane said, in a statement to the press, after the conclusion of the government meeting held at the province’s headquarters, that this meeting, which complied with “high instructions from the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune”, aims to implement the “important” complementary development program approved by the President of the Republic for this province and from which “nearly 90 projects in all fields will benefit.”
The Prime Minister stressed that this program will help “bring about an economic and social renaissance in all fields at the level of this historical and revolutionary province that suffers from a lag in development” and did not benefit properly from “structured development projects.”
He indicated that the most prominent sectors that have benefited from a “significant number” of projects are the “public works, water resources and major facilities”.
It’s worth noting that the government meeting held in Tissemsilt is the second to be held outside the government palace, after Khenchela hosted a similar meeting on December 12, 2021 devoted to the complementary development program in this province.