The legislative elections ended in Algeria in a pale scene in which the governing authority could not convince the Algerians to go to the ballot boxes and in which the political parties could not mobilize people to participate. Activists in the civil community did not have any role in polarizing voters. The result was a minor amendment in the government: the first minister in the Algerian government was removed and new names were included in the new formation while keeping some others. This makes us wonder: on which logic do the appointments of ministers in Algeria depend and on which principles some names are added and others are removed?
June 4, 2015
June 19, 2017