ALGIERS- Many cities across the country have been the theatre of protests staged by students and workers in different sectors calling for a “radical change of the system.
Thousands of Algerian students chanting “peaceful” rallied Tuesday in the capital as well as other cities calling for the radical change of the current system.
“We will continue to march until a transitional (authority) led by clean politicians is set up,” Mira Laifa, a medical student, said as she took part in the demonstration.
“We will continue what we have started,” added fellow university student Linda.
Police were massively deployed around Algiers’ iconic post office building.
Tuesday’s protest came as state television reported that the head of the constitutional council tasked with vetting election candidates had stepped down.
Tayeb Belaiz was one of the many top figures facing the ire of protesters in Algeria.
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