President Tebboune to New York Times: “Former corrupt regime, with its atrocious practices, faded away”


President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune referred to a new day for Algeria, saying it was now “free and democratic.”

In an interview granted, yesterday Sunday, to New York Times, President tebboune stressed that the former corrupt regime with its atrocious practices, including rigged elections and very little democracy, has faded away, paving the way for a new Algeria.

Tackling the political and economic situation in Algeria, President Tebboune assured that “Algeria is building a new model ”, adding: “I’ve decided to go very far in creating a new politics and a new economy.”

Earlier that day, President of the Republic, Supreme Chief of the Armed Forces, Minister of National Defence, Abdelmadjid Tebboune chaired the periodic meeting of the Council of Ministers, which culminated in a range of decisive decisions, including the date of the back to school and the application of maximum punishements , without possible relief or pardon, against the perpetrators of crimes of abductions, and this “whatever the ins and outs of the act of kidnapping”.


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