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Algerian President: We restore the prestige of the state at the diplomatic level

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune affirmed that his country is restoring its "international prestige" at the diplomatic level, noting that a number of brotherly countries have great confidence in the Algerian efforts made to settle their problems, especially the Palestinian issue, the Libyan crisis and the African Sahel region.


This came during his speech, at the opening of the meeting of the government and governors, Saturday in Algiers, which was held under the slogan: "Consecration of the rule of law and the establishment of laws of governance."


The Algerian president explained that the local elections scheduled for November 27 will be the last constitutional entitlement after the parliamentary elections, calling for full vigilance to prevent the owners of corrupt capital from being nominated in these elections.


He added, "750 people with corrupt money were planning to run in the last parliamentary elections."


In another context, Tebboune warned against speculating in the prices of basic food products for citizens because it would be considered an unforgivable crime punishable by law.