A workshop initiated by the Parliamentary Caucus of the Workers Party (PT) was held yesterday morning at the headquarters of the NPC opening reflection on "what policy reforms that can establish democracy in Algeria. "
The meeting which was attended by the secretary general of the party, Louisa Hanoune, parliamentarians and academics, has enabled a large audience to contribute to the debate of the time when the eyes are trained on the results of national consultations on political reforms with political parties and national figures, including the round of consultations was completed last week. It was an opportunity for the first party leader to begin the debate with topics related to the proposals it presented to members of the Forum for consultation arising in terms of the law on political parties and their activities, the electoral law, the Code of wilaya, the participation of women in elected assemblies, where the conditions needed to ensure the independence of justice in a spirit of help to the Algerian people to decide its present and its future in full independence and freedom.
Assuming that the political parties as the political foundation of modern constitutional systems, they contribute mainly to the formation of political will of the people, organization and representation of citizens, they contribute to political education and citizen participation in public life, leadership of the political field.Further, Louisa Hanoune, which has the largest number of female MPs, calls for the promotion of representation of youth and women in various decision-making bodies.
Five law professors have expressed deepening by facilitating communications reading on the program of political reforms. This is the lawyer and secretary general of the North African House of Parliament, Said Mokadem in a contemplative about declining reading program of political reform, the President of the Algerian League of Human Rights, Boudjemaâ Ghedir, about a Constitution that perpetuates and perpetuates the Algerian nation, and the researcher in history, Mohand Arezki Ferrada, and the need to effect change with a constituent assembly. For his part, Professor at the University of Constantine, Lamine Cheriet, addressed the problematic aspects with representative democracy and respect for the electoral mandate, as to Professor Rashid Khan, what are the conditions of independence justice that dominated the presentation of its submission. The meeting was punctuated by a rich debate in which participants expressed their views and contributed to the emergence of new ideas and proposals to deepen the democratic process and citizen in a country with a relatively positive law and just waiting to be put into execution, because according Boudjemaâ Ghedir in the text all political systems are good, the difficulty lies in the relationship between the powers, independence and control, the guarantor arbitrator who ensures compliance with popular sovereignty.