Algeria’s Presidential Elections 2019: HISE’s prerogative is monitoring elections not issuing findings


Abdelwahab Derbal, president of the High Independent Authority for Elections Monitoring (HISE) highlighted, on Wednesday, January 23, that the role of this body is to monitor the elections, stating that the body’s main mission is based on scientific basis to “monitor” and not issuing “findings”.

In a speech on the sidelines of the work of this body, organized at the hotel El Aurassi, Mr. Derbal has pinpointed that the role of this body is to monitor elections as well as guarenting transparency and the smooth running of the electoral process.

HISE is a body instituted in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, reviewed in 2016 and endowed with broad prerogatives to ensure the conduct of the elections in transparency, integrity and neutrality.


The missions, composition, organization and running of the High authority, which enjoys the financial and managerial autonomy, were determined in the organic law of 25 August 2016.

The High Authority is made up of a president and 410 members, appointed by President of the Republic at parity, the magistrate proposed by the High Judiciary Council and independent experts, chosen from among the civil society.

This body’ president, a national personality, is appointed by President of the Republic, after consultations of political parties.





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