ALGIERS – The work of the Government-Governorsmeeting, under the theme “Economic recovery, regional balance, social justice”, resumed, Sunday in Algiers, its works at the level of five workshops and will be sanctioned by recommendations aimed at the realization of the commitments included in the program of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
The first day of the meeting, the opening of which was chaired, on Saturday, by President Tebboune, was marked by important decisions for the support of development and encouraging data and figures for an economic recovery based on solid foundations.
In his speech at the opening of this meeting held at the Palais des Nations (Club des Pins) in Algiers, the President of the Republic underlined that this meeting constituted an opportunity to “assess the economic recovery and the prospective efforts to be made in order to achieve the objectives set out in the short, medium and long terms as part of the process of making the rule of law a reality, the establishment of rules of governance, the guarantee of social equity and regional rebalancing “.
In this wake, the Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Aimene Benabderrahmane, specified, in his speech, that the question of sustainable and inclusive local development was “at the top of the concerns of the public authorities, in particular with regard to its aspect relating to reducing inter-regional inequalities and preserving social cohesion “.
For his part, the Minister of the Interior, Local Authorities and Regional Planning, Kamal Beldjoud indicated that the recommendations to sanction this two-day meeting will constitute a “roadmap that we will ensure to implement in consultation with all stakeholders “.
The five workshops of the government-governors meeting, the debates of which began late Saturday afternoon, focus on various themes, including “the adaptation of local development programs: towards a more innovative and participatory approach” and “the balanced territorial development: between the ambition of recovery and the imperative of attractiveness “.
“Ways and means for the revitalization of investment, creation of wealth and sustainable jobs”, “Crisis management at the local level (fires, water stress, COVID 19): rethinking methods of prevention, coordination and intervention “and” the overhaul of the management methods of local public services at the crossroads of a rational, economical and efficient approach “are the three other themes dealt with during the workshops.
The reports resulting from the debates around these themes will be finalized, on Sunday morning,to be presented during the plenary session, sanctioning the five workshops that brought together walis, representatives of the two chambers of Parliament, central executives from different ministerial sectors, companies and public authorities as well as experts and specialists.