Algerian Prime Minister Apologis Djராrt has announced the resignation of his government on Thursday, following the announcement by the Constituent Assembly the day before the final results of the June 12, 2021 assembly elections.
The Constituent Assembly declared the final results of the Assembly elections 23% lower.
The National Liberation Front (FLN) is still leading with 98 seats, followed by the Independents with 84 seats, the Peace Movement Association (MSP) with 65 seats and the National Democratic Rally (RND) with 58 seats.
It is the first legislature since the unprecedented and peaceful popular uprising, which was born on February 22, 2019, after the rejection of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s 5th term, almost two months after he was forced to resign after 20 years in power.
After a majority boycott of the 2019 presidential election and abstention from the November 1, 2020 constitutional vote, these legislative elections are “another setback for the fruitless election rallies.”
In the run-up to the elections, Hirak denounced in vain a vain call for a radical change in the “regime” in force since independence in 1962. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections.