In the morning, the first groups of protesters began to flock to the esplanade of the Grande Poste and Maurice-Audin squatre. In a serene climate, they were joined by others in the early afternoon.
Draped in the national emblem and brandishing banners, demonstrators chanted slogans expressing their commitment to national unity and the establishment of the rule of law. They also paid tribute to the People's National Army (ANP), singing as usual "djeich-chaab khaoua khaoua" (Army and people are brothers).
Protestors wrote "No to extra-constitutional forces", "Peaceful, peaceful", "Until the establishment of the rule of law, justice and knowledge", and "The people, source of power" on banners and placards.
These marches, which attracted large crowds of young and old, families and the elderly, were supervised by the police to avoid possible misconducts.
The same is true in the other provinces where similar marches were held with the same slogans, such as Constantine, Annaba, Setif, Jijel, Skikda, Oran, Sidi Bel Abbes, Ain Témouchent, Saida, Bejaia, Tizi Ouzou, Laghouat, Djelfa, Ghardaia, Ouargla and El Oued.