Algiers — Legislative candidates continued Wednesday, the 12th day of the election campaign, to urge people to perform their electoral duty to thwart enemy schemes and preserve the unity of the Algerian territory and people.
The secretary general of the National Democratic Assembly (RND), Tayeb Zitouni, at a campaign rally in Tlemcen, prompted the Algerian political class to unite to preserve the national unity and the country's stability, saying that politicians must "thwart all attempts to undermine (Algeria's) stability and face all the lobbies and paid movements to sow chaos in the country."
In Souk Ahras, the secretary general of the National Liberation Front (FLN), Abu El Fadl Baadji, called for the preservation of the country's stability, "targeted by several parties," stressing the need for Algerians, in the era of the new Algeria, to "preserve the unity of the country."
The President of the El-Bina Movement, Abdelkader Bengrina, said in Béchar that 'the preservation of the country's security and stability must be achieved by strengthening and enhancing the internal front and strengthening the social fabric", stressing that the economic situation "demands of us, to face the threats that target our country".
The leader of El-Bina Movement, Abdelkader Bengrina, said in Bechar that "the preservation of the country's security and stability must be achieved by enhancing the internal front and strengthening the social fabric," stressing that the economic situation "requires us to face the threats targeting our country."
At a campaign meeting in El Eulma, Setif, the president of Tajamu Amel El Jazair (TAJ), Fatma-Zohra Zerouati, "is not limited to the election of candidates," but means "the laying of the foundation stone for legitimate and strong institutions that will constitute a strong fortress against the attempts to undermine the country's stability, its territorial unity and the unity of its people."
In Guelma, the president of the New Algeria Front (FAN), Djamel Benabdesslam called on citizens to "assume their responsibilities in building the state and to foil the plots against Algeria," through the election of a National People's Assembly (lower house of Parliament) respecting the will of the people.
The leader of El Islah Movement, Filali Ghouini, urged the Algerians to "take their destiny in hand and express their will on June 12th, to bar the way to enemies who do not hesitate to exploit every gap to try to execute their evil schemes."
The secretary general of the Algerian Renewal Party (PRA), Kamel Bensalem, in Ain Defla, called for a high voter turnout in the legislative elections of June 12th, underling that the polls will "restore the power to the people," paving the way for the "much-desired change."
The president of El Mostakbel Front, Abdelaziz Belaid, in Kolea, Tipaza, insisted on the need to "invest in the human being" and to "made public life and political action more ethical."
In Sidi Belabbes, the secretary general of the Good Governance Front, Aissa Belhadi, called on Algerians to vote in large numbers in the legislative elections, dubbing them "important" and "decisive" to achieve the desired change.