Head of State Abdelkader Bensalah examined Tuesday with Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui the measures that will be taken by the State to accompany the inclusive dialogue process aimed to address the concerns relating to the organization of the presidential election, said a communiqué of the Presidency of the Republic.
The examination of these measures took place in the audience granted by the head of State to Prime minister as part of following up the government’s work and during which Bedoui made a presentation on the situation at the political, economic and social levels, said the source.
On this occasion, “the political situation was examined in the light of the approach announced by the head of State in his speech on the eve of the commemoration of the Independence Day and Youth Day,” added the communiqué, pointing out that they examined “the measures that the State intends to take to accompany inclusive dialogue process to address the concerns on the organization of the presidential election.”
During this meeting, Prime minister presented “the measures taken by the government as part of strengthening the State’s budget and finance balance as well as proposals to reduce the resort to non-conventional financing and the execution of possible savings in the budget in order to reduce deficit.”
At the social level, Prime minister made a presentation on “the measures taken by the government for citizens and notably youths by strengthening job support mechanisms for young people as well as social housing.”
While broaching the summer season, Bedoui broached “the arrangement that have been taken to strengthen the capacities of the Civil Protection and Forest Directorate.”