The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, granted this Sunday, an interview to national media leaders, during which he discussed many national and regional issues, said a statement of the presidency of the Republic.
The question of the date of the next school year was raised this Sunday, September 20th by the President of the Republic,
During the encounter with the national press, the President of the Republic raised the issue related to the date of the start of the school year, where he stated that ʺque the date of the next school year is in the hands of the scientific committee and not the Governmentʺ.
Concerning the communication sector, the President of the Republic indicated that the printing paper of no less than 180 newspapers is supported by the State since they are printed in public printing houses, with the exception of 5 or 6 of them”.
He also stated that these newspapers which are heavily indebted to the state printing houses employ 8,500 journalists.
In addition, about the disruption of the Internet flow in Algeria last week during the baccalaureate exams where he expressed his dissatisfaction with the situation, promising to be uncompromising in the future, “we have retreated in several areas. For me, the problem of the Internet does not honor us,” he castigated.
He added “There are problems that we have to solve and things are going to be resolved gradually”.
President Tebboune announced that “our country is turning towards the digital economy, e-commerce and electronic payment. We cannot use these technologies without the presence of the Internet”, he stressed.
Furthermore, the President of the Republic emphasized that Algeria won’t take part in any normalization with the Zionist entity while reiterating Algeria’s steadfast position on the Palestinian cause, “Algeria’s positions are firm on the Palestinian cause,” Tebboune said.
The President made it clear that Algeria always supports the legitimate right of the Palestinian people to secure their desired state within the 1967 borders and with El Qods Echarif as its capital.
President Tebboune’s statement is the first of its kind after the wave of normalization launched by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain with the Zionist entity.