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23/04/2017 11:00

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 10:29

Political parties call for more centralised governance, equitable fiscal system

ALGIERS- Political parties, on Wednesday, the 11th legislative election campaign day, called for more centralized governance and equitable fiscal system.

The secretary general of the National Democratic Rally (RND), Ahmed Ouyahia, at a campaign meeting in Relizne, called for a "more centralized management and governance."

He stressed that the country has restored security and stability, and is on the track of development through investment promotion.

Louisa Hanoune, the secretary general of the Workers Party (PT), ensured in Djelfa that her party's candidates will fight for the improvement of the fiscal system, making it more equitable.

The leader of the PT pledged that her party's candidates would commit to "fighting despoilment of public funds and corruption, through a bill, while holding accountable any official embezzling public funds."

The president of the Algerian National Front (FNA), Moussa Touati, held a rally in Jijel during which he called citizens to go voting in large numbers to favour change, by choosing the candidates of his political party.

Touati said the candidates of his party "know how to serve the interests of the (Algerian) people," who they will have as effective partners in the exercise of power and for a better management of public affairs."

At a campaign meeting in Ouargla, the head of Tajamoue Amel Djazair (TAJ), Amar Ghoul, stressed the importance of a "rational" management of public funds, through "direct social support" to vulnerable and low-revenue people.

He added that his election programme includes the improvement of people's living conditions, by boosting the socio-economic achievements. 

The secretary general of the National Liberation Front Djamel Ould Abbes, at a rally in Souk Ahras, said the legislative elections of May 4 will make it possible to "hand over the torch from the mujahideen (national liberation war veterans) to the generation of independence and the young, who will preserve Algeria and its unity."

FLN's programme is "that of the president of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who is the president of all Algerians and the chairman of the FLN," he underlined.

 

 

 

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