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Panel insists on "serious, responsible" dialogue to reach national consensus

Published on : Saturday, 31 August 2019 19:32   Read : 3 time(s)
Panel insists on "serious, responsible" dialogue to reach national consensus

ALGIERS- Coordinator of the National Panel for Dialogue and Mediation, Karim Younes, has insisted on Saturday in Algiers on "serious and responsible" dialogue to reach a national consensus which would help resolve the political crisis in Algeria

During his meeting with the members of the Dialogue and Mediation Panel’s consultative council, Younes called for pursuing the dialogue process with all the players so to "reach a national consensus which would help resolve the political crisis, through the organization of a fair and transparent presidential election, as soon as possible."

Meeting with all the political actors, the civil society, the representatives of the trade union organizations and many citizens, the Panel "has submitted significant proposals to surmount this difficult situation, notably the necessary preparation of the draft amendment of the organic law on elections and the draft law for the creation of an independent national authority for the organization of a transparent and fair election," said the coordinator.

The "Panel also emphasized the need for the application of Articles 7 and 8 of the Constitution, which provides for that the people are the source of power, and the fulfillment of the demands of the Hirak (the popular movement), chiefly the departure of the current Government," he added.


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"While touring the different regions of the country, the Panel members listened to all the categories of the society, without exclusion, in order to obtain a clear vision about all the concerns and challenges facing Algeria," said Younes.

In addition, members of the Panel’s consultative council said that the results achieved so far "have brought together the various components of society to reach a national consensus which is likely to end the political crisis."

The Panel met with more than 300 associations and over 3,000 participants from various parts of the country.

In its discussions, the Panel referred to action platforms from various consultations and views of the Hirak players. It insisted on the fight against corruption, nepotism and rigging, in a view to holding of fair and transparent election.

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Panel insists on "serious, responsible" dialogue to reach national consensus