Algeria's appointment of two consuls in Oujda and Casablanca: what does it mean?


Expert in international relations and the Sahara issue Ahmed Noureddine gave his opinion on the implications of Algeria's appointment of consuls in Oujda and Casablanca.

The latter indicated that the appointment of a consul general of Algeria in Casablanca and a consul in Oujda has nothing to do with a correction of the situation or an admission of error on the part of Algeria, because totalitarian and military regimes and ambiguous regimes are far from recognizing the dictionary of excuses, revision of errors or recognition of errors.

Ahmed Noureddine believes: “the Algerian regime has been a regime controlled by the military since its birth in 1962. We have seen in two and a half years, during the popular “Hirak” movement, which began in February 2019, that the fundamental demand and central goal of the Algerian people is to establish a civil State and overthrow the “Military” State. The same goes for the ambiguous and unclassified character of the regime. In the same movement, we heard slogans demanding the overthrow of the “gang” that rules Algeria.

The most eminent expert on international relations and the Sahara issue declared that the classification signed by the Algerian people in their movement was confirmed by French President Emmanuel Macron in his famous statement reported by the French newspaper “Le Monde”, in which he described Abdelmadjid Tebboune as “stuck in a calcified or ossified military regime”.

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