AFTER THREE VICTORIES POPULAR, ALGERIANS MAINTAIN PRESSURE
The Algerians were first prevented Abdelaziz Bouteflika to run for a fifth term, then eventually forced to resign. And Tuesday is another official, Tayeb Belaiz, President of the Constitutional Council, which announced his departure. But protesters want more.
With the resignation of Tayeb Belaiz is a pillar of the regime collapses twenty years spent with former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Algerians rejoice. But this resignation is therefore a third victory. Tayeb Belaiz is part of the "3 B", with the Acting Head of State Abdelkader Bensalah and Noureddine Bedoui, Prime Minister, they are the bane of the Algerians. The joy of the people shall complete only when full trio has been hunted tirelessly repeat Algerians during demonstrations.
In Algiers, some opposition parties applaud: the "system" shows weakness, it crumbles. But others warn that this resignation is just a diversion, the regime unwanted sacrifices to better stay in place.
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Their determination is unwavering. In front of students, several rows CRS block passage. Amine 20, he welcomes the departure Tayeb Belaiz. But for him, it's a diversion, the current head of state acting Abdelkader Bensalah must now leave.
"We manipulators in power and we can in addition to their political maneuvers. It is against Bensalah first, we do not want as interim president. It's them who appointed to the post, not the people's choice is unacceptable. "
In the midst of the crowd, Youssef, another student, is native to the highlands, near the Algerian desert. He made several hour drive to get to Algiers. "All these leaders in power are like decayed teeth, he said. We gather out, one after another. "
"Clear and legitimate claims"
"Our demands are clear and legitimate: we requested the departure of 3 B. Belaiz left, are the other two. We will demonstrate every week. We will snatch them that power which they are rooted. "
These thousands of students and their teachers, gathered at the foot of the central university of Algiers, not only to mobilize. The call is national, all universities of the country have organized protest marches against the leaders who embody the system.
For me it is a maneuver that does not cost much ...
Source : afriquemedia.tv