Algeria’s Ministry of Religious Affairs sent its orders to the mosques’ preachers calling them for allocating a part of their sermons to urge the people to participate in the coming parliamentary elections scheduled to be held on May 4. The governmental order comes in the framework of the attempt to support the Algerian for participation and to contain expected abstinence.
The Algerian preachers will urge the citizens to vote during the coming elections to protect the security and stability of their country. The measure comes in coincidence with a number of other steps taken by the government to support the Algerian citizens for participating in the coming elections.
The political parties failed to convince the citizens to attend the electoral campaigns to allow their candidates present their electoral programs, as Algerian Prime Minister Abdel Malek Salal and his Interior Minister Nour Al Din Badawy exert their efforts to push the citizens to participate in the elections viewed by many experts as a turning point in the country’s history.
Protests still the major challenge before the Algerian ruling party due to the state of anger dominating the members of the party since the release of the party’s electoral lists that will participate during the coming parliamentary elections scheduled to be held during May.
A number of protesters burned the headquarters of the ruling National Liberation Front in the province of Mela in the north-east of Algeria. Annaba province witnesses a state of chaos during the current period due to the increasing protest witnessed in the province over the nomination of current parliamentarian Baha Al Din Taliba who came second in the electoral list of the ruling party after Algeria’s Minister of Transportation Boudjemaa Tali
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