The draft revision of the Constitution, adopted in its latest version, last Sunday, by the Council of Ministers, will be submitted to the vote of the People’s National Assembly (APN) on Thursday during a plenary session.
During this meeting, the draft revision of the Constitution will be presented by the representative of the Government.
The report of the Commission for Legal, Administrative and Freedoms Affairs of the Lower House of Parliament will also be presented.
Initiated by the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, the draft revision of the Constitution will be submitted, after its approval by the Assembly, then by the Council of the Nation, to a popular referendum on November 1st.
The proposed revision of the Constitution takes place in application of one of the main political commitments provided for in the electoral program of the President of the Republic.
Adopted by the Council of Ministers, chaired by President Tebboune, the version, distributed to actors of the political class and civil society, includes a series of proposals spread over six axes, in addition to a dozen other proposals outside the axes.
These are: “General principles governing society”, “Fundamental rights, public freedoms and duties”, “The organization and separation of powers”, “Control institutions”, “Consultative institutions” and “Revision constitutional “.
Before its vote on Thursday, the constitutional revision project was presented, Tuesday, by the Prime Minister, Abdelaziz Djerad, before the Committee on Legal, Administrative and Freedoms Affairs at the National People’s Assembly (APN), in the presence of Slimane Chenine, Speaker of the Lower House.
At the end of this presentation, the members of the Commission began a debate on this text which continued on Wednesday.
Presenting the draft constitutional revision, Mr. Djerad said that it allowed “a comprehensive reform of the state” and the establishment of a modern state “separating money from politics”.
“The revision of the Constitution will make it possible to concretize the commitments decided on for the construction of the new Republic in favor of a comprehensive reform of the State and its institutions,” he said.
Submitted to the appreciation of representatives of the political class and civil society for enrichment, the text had sparked a debate among national personalities, political parties, unions, civil associations and other university teachers who made their contribution in formulating proposals whose number reached 5018, had indicated the Prime Minister, Abdelaziz Djerad, during the presentation of the project of constitutional revision, in the Council of Ministers, last Sunday. APS