ALGIERS- Prime Minister Aïmene Benabderrahmane paid, Tuesday, a working visit to Algiers where he distributed housing units and reiterated the State’s commitment to continuing the efforts to meet the needs of the population in terms of access to housing.
During the housing distribution operation on the occasion of the celebration of the 59th anniversary of the Independence and Youth Day, Benabderrahmane inaugurated the site of 3,746 rental-purchase housing units (AADL) in Douira, which was named after late mujaheed Mohamed Chaabani.
This site comprises all the conveniences of life, notably acces to drinking water, electricity and gas, as well as schools and sports ground and playing fields.
Prime minister continued his visit to the commune of Baba Hassan where he inaugurated a new housing site made up of 3,000 rental-purchase housing units (AADL).
Named after mujaheed Moussa Cherchali, called “Si Mustapha,” who died in January 2021, this site also comprises all the necessary life facilities.
Prime minister receives detailed reports on the housing programmes that are underway and those that will be delivered nationwide as well as in the province of Algiers, presented by the sector’s officials.
This operation, which comes within the framework of the celebration of the 59th anniversary of Independence and Youth Day, will be marked by the distribution, nationwide, of 96,803 housing units of different formulas.
Speaking following the key handover ceremony to the beneficiaries of the rental-purchase housing units (AADL) and the rental public housing units (LPL), the Prime minister said that “the State will continue supporting the sector of housing.”
“Our visit today comes to show the social charecter of the Algerian State and also the importance that the President of the Republic grants to all these programmes devoted to the population in general and the most disadvantaged sections of the population,” said Benabderrahmane during his first official acitivity since his appointment on 30 June 2021 as Prime minister.
He insisted on the State’s commitment to continuing its support to the housing sector, underlining that this policy reflects “the social and solidarity character of the Algerian State.”