ALGIERS- Living together has a "deep meaning" for Algerians, said Wednesday the General Union of Algerian Workers (UGTA), adding that it is linked with the lessons drawn from the dark decade (1990s.
ALGIERS-The General Union of Algerian Workers (UGTA) has decided to celebrate the International Workers’ Day (1st May) in the province of Ouargla under the theme “Economic sovereignty and promotion of domestic product,” announced Monday the National Secretary in charge of General Relations Ahmed Guettiche.
ALGIERS - Algeria celebrates this year’s International Workers Day, on May 1st in a context marked by the mobilization around the need for speeding up, in a consistent and sustainable manner, the recovery of the national economy. There is also a need for diversifying this economy, notably through the industrial and agricultural sectors, while maintaining the social gains.
ORAN- The official festivities celebrating the double anniversary of the creation of the General Union of the Algerian Workers (UGTA) and the nationalization of hydrocarbons kicked off Saturday, in Oran, in the presence of three members of the government, local authorities and trade unionists.
ORAN- President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika said Saturday that the anniversary of the creation of the General Union of the Algerian Workers (UGTA) in 1956 and that of the nationalization of hydrocarbons in 1971 constitute two dates “of a great symbolic significance,” calling on young people to invest in the national building process.
ALGIERS- The 62nd anniversary of the creation of the General Union of the Algerian Workers (UGTA) is to be celebrated this year in a context marked by the ongoing State's efforts to preserve workers' socio-economic gains, especially as Algeria has been shaken by a financial crisis since the late 2013 following the fall in oil prices.
ALGIERS- Late Abdelhak Benhamouda militated for the “principles of the Republic,” affirmed Sunday, in Algiers, Secretary General of the General Union of Algerian Workers (UGTA) Abdelmadjid Sidi-Said.
ALGIERS- The General Union of Algerian Workers on Friday underlined the need to build a national self-sufficient and sovereign economy that generates growth and prosperity for the country.
Public-private partnership charter gives national economy a new perspective, will preserve employmentFriday, 29 December 2017 15:58
ALGIERS- The ratification of the charter on public-private partnership gave national economy a “new perspective” that will allow it to progress on economic issues and social dialogue, while preserving employment and creating others said Friday, in Algiers, the Secretary General of the General Union of Algerian Workers (UGTA) Abdelmadjid Sidi Saïd.
ALGIERS- The Secretary General of the General Union of Algerian Workers (UGTA) Abdelmadjid Sidi Saïd hailed Friday, the decision of the president of the Republic to make Yennayer an official national holiday, considering it in line with the “strengthening and consolidation” of national unity.