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ALGIERS- The medical staff of the presidency of the Republic has advised President Abdelmadjid Tebboune to stay five days in voluntary isolation, after many senior officials at the presidency of the Republic and the government had shown symptoms of Covid-19.
ALGIERS- Algeria has favorably welcomed the comprehensive ceasefire agreement in Libya, signed between the Libyan parties that took part in the dialogue of the joint military commission (5+5), held in Geneva, under the aegis of the United Nations, expressing the hope that this agreement is “constant, restrictive and respected,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a communiqué.
ALGIERS- The leaders of the referendum campaign on the draft Constitution amendment stressed Friday, on the 17th day of this campaign, the importance of a strong mobilization of citizens to vote for the new Constitution in order to build the new Algeria.
ALGIERS- The journalists who won the 6th edition of the President of the Republic's Award for professional journalists, organized under the theme "Digital ... a gateway for the construction of new Algeria", were rewarded Thursday in Algiers.
ALGIERS - President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune on Thursday commended the professionalism of journalists involved in the process of preparing the referendum on the Constitutional revision, adding that "our media are perfectly capable of becoming experts in professionalism and ethics, compared to media in certain countries," which make press freedom an "empty slogan."
ALGIERS –The Army is convinced that the Algerian people will participate en masse in November 1st referendum on the draft amendment of the Constitution and will make their sovereign voice, a communiqué of the National Defence Ministry (MDN) quoted Lieutenant General Saïd Chanegriha, Chief of Staff of the People’s National Army (ANP), as saying.

Voting “yes” to avoid previous malfunction

Thursday, 22 October 2020 11:55
ALGIERS- Leaders on the 15th day of the referendum campaign on the constitutional amendment bill stressed Wednesday the need to vote “yes” during the popular consultation by the explaining the effects induced through notably the reforms included in this bill to avoid previous malfunction.
BATNA- Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad insisted on Wednesday in Batna (450 km east of Algiers) on the need to generalize the use of touch tablets in schools.
ALGIERS- The chief of the Army Staff, Lieutenant General Saïd Chanegriha, said Wednesday, in Constantine, that the duty of nationalists, especially the People's National Army, is to "contribute effectively to the success of the referendum on the constitutional amendment bill," the ministry of National Defence said in a statement.
ALGIERS- Minister of Communication, Spokesman of the Government Ammar Belhimer affirmed Tuesday, in Algiers, that the “inherited disastrous situation” has made it very difficult to implement the expected reforms, hence the need to maintain the institutional and constitutional framework in force to avoid “adventurism.”