In a statement to the press following a visit in the morning to two voting centres in Tipaza, Derbal affirmed the good conduct of the elections nationwide, despite, he said, a low number of complaints and without any significant effects on the good conduct and credibility of the electoral process, he said.
No problems likely to hinder the electoral process have been recorded, he added.
The complaints notified to HIISE are isolated, he said, pointing out that they were addressed in real time, with no impact on the credibility of the electoral process.
The complaints that have been recorded are relating particularly to the non-respect of the order of the ballots or the absence of padlocks to close the ballot boxes.
The number of polling stations reached 58,000 in Tipaza, he added.
Derbal dubbed “satisfactory” the participation of citizens in these elections in the morning at the national level.