In Algeria, there have been massive protests directed against the new rulers from the environment, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. In front of the old post office building in the capital Algiers, thousands of protesters gathered on Friday. The leader of the protest movement, had called in Online networks "joyous demonstrations" to overthrow the "dictatorial Regime peacefully".
The 82-year-old Bouteflika was entered after a week-long mass protests on Tuesday evening. Previously, the military had insisted on an end to the 20-year term of office of the aged heads of state. The protests are directed against the three Bouteflika-Familiar Abdelkader Bensalah, Tayeb Belaiz et Noureddine Bedoui, to organize the Transition and the number of protesters was "3B".
The 77-year-old Bensalah, a long-time companion Bouteflika's and the Chairman of the upper house of Parliament, will lead as interim head of state, the office and within 90 days of elections to organize. Belaiz, who was for 16 years a Minister, was appointed by Bouteflika to the President of the constitutional Council, which monitors the election. In March of Bouteflika as head of government, appointed Bedoui was previously Minister of the interior.
The call for free elections and reforms
The protesters, the politicians reject because of their proximity to Bouteflika and also demand you to resign. One of the leaders of the protests, the lawyer Mustapha Bouchachi, called for a continuation of the demonstrations, "all the way". So far the government's opponents had won "only partly," he said in an Online Video. "Algerians will not accept these symbols of the regime."
The protesters are demanding that instead of the new transitional institutions are to be used to organize free elections and reforms should be set in motion. (fal/afp)
Created: 05.04.2019, 17:42 PM