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ALGIERS-The voter turnout in the referendum on the revision of the Constitution, which began on Thursday morning, “varies” across the provinces of the country’s centre where electors complied with the preventives measures against the propagation of the Covid-19 pandemic.
OUARGLA- Voting, which was brought forward by 48 hours, started Friday morning at 8.00 a.m. in the mobile polling stations of some southern provinces to enable the electors to decide on the draft Constitution amendment.

Great South: Voting begins in mobile offices

Thursday, 29 October 2020 10:13
ILLIZI- Voting began Thursday morning at 8:00 am at the mobile offices of Illizi, Tindouf and Tamanrasset, concerned by the regulatory progress of 72 hours of the referendum consultation on the draft constitutional amendment.
TEBESSA (Algeria) – Minister of Mines Mohamed Arkab stressed on Tuesday from Tébessa (581 km east of Algiers) "the importance of strengthening the iron mines of El Ouenza and Boukhadra in order to double national production in this area."
TEBESSA- Minister of Mining Mohamed Arkab announced Tuesday, in Tebessa, the mining of the phosphate of Bled El Hedba, in the commune of Bir El-Ater (south of the province), as well as its processing and marketing in the global markets “during the first quarter of 2021 as a first stage.”
AIN TEMOUCHENT (Algeria)- National Gendarmerie units of Oulhassa, province of Ain Temouchent (504-km west of Algiers), have dismantled a network of smugglers and thwart an illegal sea migration scheme, arresting 14 people, the security body said Monday.
OUARGLA- A market of dates will be built in the province of Ouargla to better organize the marketing of this product, announced Saturday, in Ouargla, Minister of Trade Kamel Rezig.
BATNA- Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad announced Wednesday, in Batna, the decision of President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune to authorize the construction of the second section of the expressway linking Batna to East-West highway over 42km.
BATNA- Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad affirmed Wednesday, in Batna, that grey areas are “at the forefront of the government’s programme,” and the appointment by President of the Republic of a special advisor in charge of following-up issues in these regions is the proof.
BATNA- Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad started Wednesday a working and inspection visit to Batna in which he will inspect several socio-economic projects that will contribute to the promotion of this province.

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