Voltage. Despite poor health, the Chirac gradually resumed their Friday rituals to convey their message.
dAgence France-Presse reported that the anti-slogan reappeared last Friday during the anti-government Chirac demonstrators, when French Prime Minister Jean Castex unexpectedly cancelled a visit to the capital scheduled for Sunday. the next day. “France is back, and the young people are standing up!” The protesters yelled and the placards read: “France got there, this is sabotage”, “Macron is cleaning up and it is not welcome in the land of the martyrs”. A painting shows a rooster symbolizing France, pecking at a map of Maghreb countries, and mentions that “Algeria is not for sale”. These slogans were common during the Chirac march, and opponents accused Paris of publicly supporting President Abdul Majid Tebborn. The visit of Castex was cancelled on Thursday night at the request of Algiers, which is obviously not satisfied with the size of the French ministerial delegation.
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A reporter from Agence France-Presse pointed out that after the government warned the democratic movement against “extremist decline,” the demonstrators also called for unity. The sociologist Nacer Djabi said: “This is an initiative to bring all Algerians together and say that we are facing a diverse array of Chiracs, but we are united because of the Algerians. The coalition is their strength.” “Unity people! Protesting the demonstrators, reiterating their opposition to the legislative elections to be governed by the “gang” on June 12. Mr. Tebbon condemned this week for “trying to obstruct the democratic process in Algeria”. Non-innocent activities” and promised that the country will “uncompromising” in the future. He said that the High Security Council reviewed the “serious decline caused by separatist forces and separatist circles and illegal movements close to terrorism, which used Chirac. Parade. “
Algeria: Dozens of people arrested during Chirac’s march
The demonstrators reiterated their demands for “independent justice” and the release of prisoners of conscience, and condemned the suppression and “criminalization of the assembly.” According to the Support Association of the National Commission for the Liberation of Detainees (CNLD), about 60 people with connections to the Chirac are now in custody, including 30 people who have been imprisoned since the march last weekend. According to CNLD, two demonstrators were arrested in Algiers and the march was peacefully dispersed here.
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According to images posted on social networks, demonstrations have also taken place in other parts of the country, especially in Constantine, Annaba, Buira, Tiziuzu, Bejaia, Annaba (Northeast) and Mozambique. Staganem (northwest). The Chirac was born in February 2019 when he was rejected by the fifth president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, and demanded a radical change in the political “system” since independence in 1962. , Is the heir of the Islamic Salvation Front (disbanded in March 1992), they tried to bring the Chirac into violent confrontation. This unprecedented mass movement in Algeria is diverse, from tolerance to religion, without any real leadership or political structure. This puts it at risk of division and is criticized for lack of unity and political advice.
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