The draft bill on elections, disclosed last week, will guarantee the organization of free and fair elections that will pave the way for the establishment of the elected institutions the Algerians have aspired to since independence and allow the citizens to choose, freely, the officials who will run the public affairs," Charfi told National Radio Channel 2.
Noting that the national authority for elections was created to break with the old practices, the official said the draft bill's provisions "introduce a new era for the moralization of the political life, by putting an end to corruption in politics.
The project, he said, is aimed at ensuring equality to both old and new political parties, by providing them with the same resources and opportunities in elections.
To guarantee fair and free elections, all political parties and independent candidates, by virtue of the new law, may have observers at the polling stations.
It also provides for popular monitoring at polling stations, a method used during the last referendum on the constitutional amendment on November 1st.