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Government Action Plan: Need to break with obsolete methods

Published on : Wednesday, 12 February 2020 18:20   Read : 128 time(s)
Government Action Plan: Need to break with obsolete methods

ALGIERS- Members of the People's National Assembly (APN) called on Wednesday for the need to "break with obsolete methods" as part of the Government's Action Plan implementation, which they described as "comprehensive," during a plenary  chaired by Assembly President Slimane Chenine, in the presence of Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad and a number of ministers.

Deputy Benyoucef Zouani (TAJ) pleaded for a breach with old practices as an essential condition for the implementation of the Government's Action Plan to build the new Algeria, advocating "a revision of the social transfer system."

Kaddouri Habib (FLN), for his part, highlighted the realistic methodology in drawing up the Government's Action Plan, considering it necessary to "abandon old practices in its implementation on the ground."

According to him, the implementation of the Government's Plan of Action is subject to the resolution of certain challenges imposed by the difficult economic situation, stressing the importance of working for the diversification of the national economy.

Deputy Frarma Chafika (Nahda-Adala-Bina), on the other hand, commended the content of the Government's Plan of Action which, she said, reflected the political will and real intention of the Government to meet the protester’s demands.

The same official underlined the need to "change the outdated methods to achieve significant objectives.”

She also lamented the lack of figures and precise statistics," adding that in the new Algeria to which we all aspire, the citizen is entitled to know the realities in full transparency."

For her part, deputy of the Nahda-Adala-Bina Union, Zoulikha Ouarzdini said that the implementation of the Government's Action Plan requires "a real breach with past practices, noting at the same time the absence of "a real diagnosis of different sectors" in the Action Plan, which she considered similar to "the General Policy Declaration."

For his part, the National Liberation Front (FLN) Party deputy Omar Athmani said that the execution of the Government's Action Plan, which he described as "comprehensive," depends on the need to create political consensus, welcoming, on this occasion, the series of meetings initiated by President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, with national figures and parties to discuss public affairs.

The two deputies of Amel El Djazair Assembly (TAJ), Tahar Chaoui, and the National Democratic Rally (RND), Khadidja Righi, for their part, welcomed the content of the Government's Action Plan, deploring, on the other hand, the absence of figures, statistics and indicators to assess the plan’s effectiveness,” which they described as “rich.”

For their part, Bekkai Hemmal, Member of Parliament for the Akgerian Popular Movement (MPA), and Mohamed Laid Attia, Member of Parliament for the Peace Society Movement (MSP), said that despite the several positive lines contained in the plan of action, "its drafting and procrastinating nature compromises its implementation, given the critical economic situation that Algeria is going through."

Debates on the Government's Action Plan will continue, at the level of the Lower House of Parliament, for two days, before Thursday's session which will be devoted to the Prime Minister's response to the deputies' questions and the vote.

She also lamented the lack of figures and precise statistics," adding that in the new Algeria to which we all aspire, the citizen is entitled to know the realities on in full transparency."

For her part, deputy of the Nahda-Adala-Bina Union, Zoulikha Ouarzdini said that the implementation of the Government's Action Plan requires "a real breach with past practices, noting at the same time the absence of "a real diagnosis of different sectors" in the Action Plan, which she considered similar to "the General Policy Declaration."

For his part, the National Liberation Front (FLN) Party deputy Omar Athmani said that the execution of the Government's Action Plan, which he described as "comprehensive," depends on the need to create political consensus, welcoming, on this occasion, the series of meetings initiated by President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, with national figures and parties to discuss public affairs.

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Government Action Plan: Need to break with obsolete methods