ALGIERS – In the chapter on the "Constitutional justice: guaranteeing the priority of the Constitution," the Preliminary draft revision of the Constitution, unveiled last Thursday by the Presidency of the Republic, calls for the creation of a Constitutional Court to replace the Constitutional Council.
ALGIERS- The draft revision of the constitution, unveiled last Thursday by the presidency of the Republic, proposes the constitutionalization of the National Independent Authority for Elections and specifies its tasks.
ALGIERS- The draft revision of the Constitution, which was unveiled Thursday by the services of the Presidency of the Republic, insists on the “particular interest” of raising the moral standards of public life, notably regarding the public opinion, given the “excesses” which marked the management of public affairs in last few years.
Constitutional revision: Appointment of Vice-President, limitation of parliamentary mandate possibleFriday, 08 May 2020 19:18
ALGIERS- The draft revision of the Constitution, which was unveiled Thursday by the President of the Republic, has limited, in its axis relating to the "Strengthening of the separation and balance of powers" the number of parliamentary terms of office to two only and the possibility for the President of the Republic to appoint a Vice-President.
ALGIERS- The draft revision of the Constitution, unveiled Thursday by the presidency of the Republic, has devoted an axis to the judicial independence.
ALGIERS-The draft revision of the Constitution, unveiled Thursday by the Presidency of the Republic, enshrines “the principle of legal protection, all forms of press freedom and prohibition of prior control over this freedom.”
ALGIERS - The first draft of the amended Constitution, unveiled by the Presidency of the Republic on Thursday, contains numerous suggestions that have been classified in six chapters.
ALGIERS– The Presidency of the Republic started the distribution of the first draft of the amended Constitution to national and academic personalities, political parties, civil society organizations, trade unions and student organizations with a view to discussing and deepening it, said a statement issued by the Presidency.