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Creation of sub-provinces in High Plateaus in 2016, in North in 2017

ALGIERS – Minister of the Interior and Local Assemblies Noureddine Bedoui declared Tuesday in Algiers that the new administrative reorganization as part of the creation of sub-provinces will  concern the High Plateaus region in 2016 and the North in 2017.

ALGIERS – Minister of the Interior and Local Assemblies Noureddine Bedoui declared Tuesday in Algiers that the new administrative reorganization as part of the creation of sub-provinces will  concern the High Plateaus region in 2016 and the North in 2017.

In his opening address to a training session for the executives of the National School of Telecommunications, the minister called on the School officials to speed up the supervision of the provinces covered by the reorganization.

The sub-provinces t be created in the northern part of Algeria will follow the 10 sub-provinces already created last June in the south of the country: Timimoun, Bordj Badji Mokhtar, Beni Abbas, Ouled Djalal, Ain Salah, Ain Guezzam, Touggourt, Djanet, M’ghir and Golea.

The minister reiterated the ministry’s determination to accompany this training centre to heighten it to the rank of a School of Excellence, stressing its role in the implementation of the strategy on the Algerian administration modernization and the decentralization in terms of documents issuance, in which 50% of objectives were reached.

He called for more efforts to finalize the operation during 2015.

Bedoui has also spoken of the biometric ID card which will “revolutionize the relationship between the administration and citizens.”

The objective of the creation of this card which will include two electronic chips and multiple applications “is to reduce administrative operations for the citizen,” he underscored.

This card will “make possible a balanced economic management”, organize operations relating to social aid for the benefit of the needy categories and to put an end to manipulation,” he stressed.

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Thirty senior officers from eleven Sahel-Saharan countries participate in training on operational intelligence analysis

ALGIERS-Thirty senior officers from the intelligence services of eleven Sahel-Saharan countries partook Tuesday in Algiers in a training on “Analysis of the Operational Intelligence” to strengthen the capacity of member states of the African Union (AU) on counterterrorism.

ALGIERS-Thirty senior officers from the intelligence services of eleven Sahel-Saharan countries partook Tuesday in Algiers in a training on “Analysis of the Operational Intelligence” to strengthen the capacity of member states of the African Union (AU) on counterterrorism.

The training initiated by the African Centre for Study and Research on Terrorism (ACSRT) in cooperation with the German Police (Bundeskriminlamt / BKA), aims to strengthen the capacities of Member States in the fight against terrorism able to draw up an African Peace & Security Architecture (APSA) in the region.

During nine days, highly qualified German experts will provide training on the collection, analysis and assessment of information to participants from eleven Sahel-Saharan countries able to make their effective action against the terrorist threat in the region.

Fifth of its kind, this training is for the AU Commission and the German Government, engaged with the ACSRT and the German police, “another milestone in their joint efforts to strengthen the capacity of African States in counterterrorism, “said the CAERT Head of Database and Documentation Ameur Dahmani at the opening of this conference.

Besides, the training is intended primarily to States involved in the process of Nouakchott and that of Djibouti, following an express request of the Heads of the intelligence and security services of the aforementioned processes and a need identified by the ACSRT in assessment missions in these countries since 2011.

 

                           Spread of terrorism in Sahel, consequence of Libyan crisis

The consequences of the Libyan crisis that continue to haunt the region have been highlighted by Dahmani at the opening ceremony of the training.

“Terrorist groups, from near or far, seem to engage in coordinated activities, causing hundreds of casualties among the civilian population and security personnel,” affirmed Dahmani.

After praising the efforts made in the process of Nouakchott, Dahmani recalled that terrorism and organized crime continue to “represent real threats to peace and security in the continent, especially in the Sahelo-Saharan region.”

“Ongoing events in the Sahel and abroad such as the infiltration of terrorist elements in the communities, including the borders, challenge us on the urgent need to deepen and broaden our intelligence gathering system,” added the representative of the Director of the ACSRT.

Besides Algeria, twelve Sahelo-Saharan countries partake in this training, namely Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Libya, Burkina Faso, Chad, Cameroon, Kenya and Somalia, in addition to the joint intelligence fusion center and the Great Lakes region (JlFC).

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Lamamra pays surprise visit to Algerian Consulate in Nanterre (France)

PARIS – Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ramtane Lamamra on Tuesday paid a surprise visit to the Algerian Consulate of Algeria in Nanterre (France), where he inspected the situation of consular services and citizens’ concerns.

PARIS – Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ramtane Lamamra on Tuesday paid a surprise visit to the Algerian Consulate of Algeria in Nanterre (France), where he inspected the situation of consular services and citizens’ concerns.

The minister visited the services and listened attentively to the complaints and the concerns of the members of the Algerian community, mainly focused on the administrative documents, notably the biometric passports.

Moreover, the consul outlined the efforts made for granting facilitations to the Algerian community.

In a press statement, the Minister said he is’ ‘very attentive’ to the situation of the Algerian community abroad, adding that his ministry received ”many” reports, claims and criticism about the performance of the Algerian consulates’.

”We are here to discuss the situation, we noted the attachment of the members of our community to the country and the willingness to work together with the services of the consulate,” to solve the existing  problems, he added.

Underlining that the responsibilities are ‘‘shared’‘ in this situation, the minister said that the government will consider ‘‘very strong measures’‘ in a bid to develop the performance of the consulate services.

For him, the long waiting of citizens at consulates for administrative documents, notably the biometric passports, are ” unacceptable.”

”The government, under the leadership of President of the Republic, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has launched a major operation to make the Algerian administration less bureaucratic,” he recalled, recognizing that constraints remain so we need to raise the quality of performance of the Algerian administration.

This is the second unannounced visit of the Minister to consular services.

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مسابقة عيد الفطر جوائز فليكسي مجانا للجزائريين فقط


مسابقة عيد الفطر جوائز فليكسي مجانا للجزائريين فقط
المسابقة تخص الجزائريين فقط

وتخص ايضا اعضاء الموقع فقط

وهي 3 اعضاء الاوائل في الرد على الموضوع

يفوزون بمبلغ عشرين الف دينار جزائري فليكسي لكل منهم

والفائزين ترسل اليهم فليكسي مباشرة عبر ارقام هواتفهم

اول ايام عيد الفطر

وهذا للتحدث مع الاحباب مجانا

تنبيه

لحفاظ على ارقام هواتفكم

يجب ارسالها
بالتوفيق للفائزين معنا

كل عام وانتم بالف الف خير

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