Prime Minister, Aïmene Benabderrahmane, affirmed on Monday, Algeria’s respect for its international obligations and its keenness to implement the program of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune who attaches a great importance to the promotion of the rights of children.
The Prime Minister underlined, while supervising the opening of the first national sessions on “the situation of childhood in Algeria…. Achievements and stakes…” that the choice to hold the first sessions on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Algeria’s ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child affirms Algeria’s respect for its international obligations “has indications which embed strategic dimensions, the most prominent of which is our country’s respect of its international obligations” in this context.
Algeria also renews, through the organization of these sessions, its keenness to implement the program of President Tebboune, who attaches “extreme care and attention to the promotion of children’s rights believing strongly that investing in today’s children determines the fate of society in the future,” adds Mr. Benabderrahmane.
On the occasion, the Prime Minister mentioned the most important gains made since independence in order to enhance the protection and promotion of children’s rights as one of the state’s priorities, reflected through its policies and programs in order to enable this segment, which represents two-thirds of the population, of its right to a decent life.
The opening of the two-day sessions was attended by the Speaker of the National People’s Assembly, Mr. Brahim Boughali, members of the government, advisor to the President of the Republic in charge of national and international organizations and non-governmental organizations, Hamid Lounaoussi, the National Commissioner for Child Protection, Meriem Charfi, and the President of the National Economic, Social and Environmental Council. , Sidi Mohamed Bouchnak Khelladi.