El Massa issued the following announcement on Jan. 5.
Yesterday, new members of the government assumed their duties at the head of ministries, during a ceremony to receive and hand over tasks in their sectoral departments. Meanwhile, the new ministers are expected to start their duties after the convening of the Council of Ministers, which will be chaired by the President of the Republic today. In their speeches, the ministers expressed their readiness to work to embody the aspirations and aspirations desired.
The new Minister of Industry and Mines takes office
The new Minister of Industry and Mines, Farhat Ait Ali Braham, assumed his duties yesterday at the head of this ministry, succeeding Mrs. Jamila Tamazert. During the reception and handover ceremony at the Ministry’s headquarters, Mr. Ait Ali Braham committed to reviving the sector by preparing an “industrial vision” based on a review of the sector’s regulatory framework. The minister, who expressed optimism about the ability of the ministry's frameworks to set this "new approach", also stressed that "a new era is opening up" and that "new sustainable bodies from now on will allow the goal of reviving the sector to be achieved."
On the other hand, the minister expressed his readiness to coordinate with the total national competencies in order to push the industry, which is an engine to create jobs and increase the gross domestic product, indicating that the challenge lies in setting a policy to allow national wealth and capabilities to integrate permanently into the industrial chain with the existing branches to avoid Resort to importing inputs. For her part, Mrs. Jamila Tamazirt mentioned the efforts made to achieve progress in sensitive workshops, especially cars and mines, with the aim of giving new impetus to this important sector in relation to the national economy.
Farouk Chiali takes up his duties as Minister of Public Works and Transport
Also yesterday, Mr. Farouk Chiali assumed his duties at the head of the Ministry of Public Works and Transport to succeed Mr. Mustafa Korabeh. The handover ceremony and the receipt of tasks at the Ministry’s headquarters, in addition to the Ministry’s frameworks, were attended by heads of general managers and general managers of complexes, institutions and companies affiliated with the sector. During a speech on this occasion, Mr. Chiali thanked the President of the Republic, Abdul Majeed Tabun, for the confidence he had entrusted to him, by entrusting him with the direction of running this strategic and sensitive sector. Mr. Chiali called on everyone to "intensify efforts, work together for the success of the sector and find out and follow up on its projects, as well as contribute to the promotion and development of sector policies and strategies, in the service of our country, Algeria."
For his part, Mr. Coraba expressed his happiness with appointing Mr. Chiali as Minister, stating that he is “the son of the sector and one of his most important men, who left their mark in his conduct and put him on the path of development and sophistication in the past.
Kamal Nasseri takes his duties at the head of the Ministry of Housing, Urbanism and the City
For his part, Mr. Kamal Nasseri assumed his new duties yesterday at the head of the Ministry of Housing, Urbanism and the City, succeeding Mr. Kamal Beljoud, who was appointed Minister of the Interior and Local Communities and Providing the Region, where he revealed the development of a new scheme for the next stages in his sector, indicating that the President Tabun program has The housing sector is concerned with the necessary importance. He stressed that the sector's tires are "recruits to reach the desired goal, which is to completely eliminate the housing crisis and particularly fragile residences, as well as respond to the concerns of citizens, who are waiting for a lot of the sector to obtain decent housing."
In turn, Mr. Kamal Beljoud thanked the President of the Republic in which he placed the confidence to manage the affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, saying that his successor, Mr. Nasseri, who is the son of the sector, "has the capabilities that allow him to run the ambitious presidential program that requires the recruitment of all efforts to achieve the lined goals." He also mentioned that the housing sector is one of the "priorities" of President Taboun, who was committed to eliminating all fragile housing as well as the housing crisis. Mr. Nasseri was the Secretary General of the Ministry of Housing before his appointment to the head of the sector.
Kamal Razeeq takes up his duties as Minister of Trade
Mr. Kamal Ruzaiq also assumed yesterday his duties as Minister of Commerce to succeed Mr. Saeed Jalab, while Mr. Issa Bikai assumed his duties as Delegate Minister in charge of Foreign Trade during a ceremony to receive the tasks that took place at the Ministry of Trade in the presence of tires and officials of the Ministry.
In a speech to him, Mr. Razeeq stressed that "the work will be joint between the trade and the delegated ministry in charge of foreign trade in order to activate the files before them," adding that his ministry today "faces a challenge that must be achieved during the next 6 months because the citizen must touch the desired change." , Pointing out in this context that the future of the Ministry of Commerce is linked to its relationship with its economic partners. The minister emphasized that "measures will be taken to provide the goods and bring them closer to the citizen, as well as to ensure their quality by activating the role of the laboratories."
In turn, the Managing Director of Foreign Trade, Issa Bakkai, stressed in a short speech that managing this "sensitive file" requires "concerted efforts between ministries" to achieve the stated objectives. For his part, the former minister Said Jalab mentioned in his speech the big and sensitive files on which the interests of trade operate, most notably the lifting of exports outside of fuels within a national strategy that was underlined by economic experts a year and a half ago and ready for implementation.
Hassan Marmouri takes his duties at the head of the Ministry of Tourism
Yesterday, Mr. Hassan Marmouri assumed his duties at the head of the Ministry of Tourism, Handicraft and Family Work, succeeding Mr. Abdul Qadir Bin Masoud, following the appointment of members of the new government led by Prime Minister Abdulaziz Jarad.
Mr. Marmouri stressed in a speech during the inauguration ceremony, the importance of the tourism sector in relation to the national economy through the provision of jobs and absorption of unemployment, noting "the need to restructure the sector so that it becomes acclimatized to the situation and the existing data at the internal and external levels in order to establish a new republic".
On the same occasion, Mr. Marmouri called for the tires operating in the sector to "continue the work in embodiment of what the new republic requires," noting that the tourism sector is "one of the most important sectors on which it depends in providing hard currency, employment and investment opportunities, especially in the field of hotel and services."
He also referred in this context to "the obstacles that dealers in the sector suffer, especially with regard to the visa abroad," pledging to "strive to ease the procedures and support agencies and economic dealers in this field."
For his part, Mr. Bin Masoud emphasized that the strategy followed in the tourism sector enabled "to create thousands of jobs and dozens of hotels, thanks to which Algeria has regained its position at the international level, by returning to the executive office of the World Tourism Organization after 15 years of absence, and also returned To the Commission on Sustainable Tourism. "
Abdul Rahman Rawyah takes over as finance minister
Also, yesterday, Mr. Abdul Rahman Rawiya, assumed his duties at the head of the Ministry of Finance, succeeding Mr. Mohamed Lukal. The ceremony of handing over and receiving tasks took place at the headquarters of the Ministry of Finance in the presence of sector frameworks, bank managers and various financial institutions. During a speech on this occasion, Mr. Rawia expressed his "pride" in the confidence he received from the President of the Republic, Abdul Majeed Tabun, stressing that his mission would be "difficult but not impossible." In this context, he stated that "thanks to the concerted efforts of all, it is possible to move beyond the current stage and provide opportunities for progress in the country and meeting the requirements of citizens."
And Mr. Rawya considered that the President Taboun program, which is characterized by the integration between the various sectors, "represents" a new stage that calls for all sincere frameworks for the country to provide all its efforts to achieve prosperity for Algeria. " All experiences. ”For his part, Mr. Lukal congratulated the new minister, thanking all the tires of the sector in which he worked" with integrity, courage and professionalism in a very special stage ".
Shawqi Ashiq Yusuf receives his duties as Minister of Labor
In turn, Mr. Ashiq Yusef Shawqi, yesterday, assumed his duties at the head of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security, succeeding Mr. Tijani Hassan Haddam. In a speech he delivered during the inauguration ceremony, Mr. Ashiq Yusuf thanked the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister for the confidence placed in him to take on this responsibility and stressed that he was "well aware of the weight of responsibility and the challenges" that await him.
For reference, Mr. Ashiq Yusuf holds a doctorate in medicine and assumed several responsibilities, particularly in the labor, employment and social security sector, as he was the director general of the National Social Security Fund for Non-Procedure (as a group) since 2014. And before that he was a central director for legislation and regulation in the field of social security in the ministry. He also served as a regional director for the National Fund for Social Security for Workers (as people) in Skikda, Annaba, and Mila states.
Ben Bouzid and Ben Ahmed take their duties in the fields of health and the pharmaceutical industry
Also yesterday, Mr. Abdel Rahman bin Bouzid assumed his duties as Minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform, and this succeeded Mr. Mohamed Miraoui. Mr. Abdel Rahman Lotfy Gamal Ibn Ahmed took up his duties as Delegate Minister in charge of the pharmaceutical industry. In a speech he delivered during the ceremony of handing over and receiving the tasks that took place at the Ministry’s headquarters, Mr. Bin Bouzid, who held the position of head of the Orthopedic Department of the specialized hospital in Ben Aknoun and a professor at the Faculty of Medicine in Algiers, confirmed that he had received a position of responsibility at the head of the sector “sensitive and directly related to the citizen”. The new minister considered that the health sector is in a "very critical" position, pointing to the need to "intensify efforts" in order to meet the challenge of improving the image of this sector.
In a speech addressed to the sector's tires, Mr. Ben Bouzid said, "I ask you to help me in this difficult task in order to avoid making the same mistakes," stressing that "the only criterion for success remains work and perseverance." The new Minister of Health stated that he has been working for 44 years in the health sector, stressing the need to "give a positive image to the health sector in Algeria." For his part, Mr. Bin Ahmed confirmed that the ministerial department he is leading is new, expressing his commitment to "developing the pharmaceutical industry in Algeria." In this context, the Managing Director in charge of the pharmaceutical industry said that Algeria "possesses the necessary capabilities for the development and diversification of the pharmaceutical industry in order to go towards export."
Shams Al-Din Shitor is taking over as head of the Ministry of Higher Education
For his part, Mr. Shams El Din Shitor received his duties yesterday at the head of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, succeeding Mr. Tayeb Bouzid. After the inauguration ceremony, Mr. Chittour stressed in a statement to the press that "the challenges and challenges facing the Algerian University require the concerted efforts of everyone and the formulation of new perceptions that raise the scientific level of the university in order to keep pace with developments in the field of higher education and scientific research through the exploitation of modern technologies, especially In the field of providing lessons besides raising the level of administrative management of various university institutions.
Mr. Chittour highlighted the necessity of "linking the bridges of cooperation and coordination between the university and society to enable them to perform their roles along the lines of providing appropriate solutions to the problems presented, especially economic ones," calling on the occasion the ministry's frameworks to "collectively cooperate to face these challenges." He also stressed the importance of "serious thinking in the methods of effective sponsorship of the number of university students expected to reach the prospects for the year 2030 to about 3 million students, by providing favorable conditions for study with the optimal use of the available capabilities."Mr. Shitor did not miss the opportunity to appraise the achievements of former Minister Tayeb Bouzid, considering them as "important workshops that need to be completed."
Syed Ali Khaldi takes up his duties at the head of the Ministry of Youth and Sports
On his part, the new Minister of Youth and Sports, Syed Ali Khaldi, assumed yesterday his new duties, succeeding Raouf Salim Barnawi, during the handover ceremony in the presence of the sector's tires. Mr. Khaldi said in a brief speech in the presence of the new state clerk in charge of elite sport, Noureddine Morsli, saying: “I thank the President of the Republic, Abdel Majid Taboun, for the confidence he placed in my person at the head of a strategic sector that constitutes the priority of his program, by setting out a path to promote the youth and sports sector. Continue the efforts made by my successor, who held the post in the difficult circumstances in Algeria. "
For his part, Raouf Salim Barnawi reminded of the accomplishments he achieved in the period he spent at the head of the sector, especially the various positive results achieved by many sports specialties by winning more than 1120 medals, including 333 gold, thanks to the efforts of athletes and the activity of the Ministry of Youth and Sports tires at all levels..
Known as the ceremony, the Olympic champion of 1500 AD, Noureddine Morsli, also assumed his duties as a state writer charged with the sport of elite. "I assumed a tremendous responsibility, especially in this sensitive period the country is going through. It has become necessary to join efforts and cooperation in favor of Algeria in order to respond to the aspirations of the athletes preparing to participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 and the Mediterranean Games -2021 in Oran," he said.
Ammar Belhimer takes up his duties as Minister of Communication and government spokesperson: Giving new breath to the sector
Yesterday, Mr. Ammar Belhimer received his duties as Minister of Communication, government spokesman, succeeding Mr. Hassan Rabhi. The receiving ceremony took place at the Ministry of Communication headquarters, in the presence of the Ministry’s tires and media officials.
In a speech to him by the way, Mr. Belhimer affirmed his intention to work with various actors in order to "give a new breath to the communication sector and find appropriate solutions to professional, material and organizational problems so that he can fulfill his noble message in providing objective and impartial media that corresponds to the requirements of the times and developments that the country knows." For his part, Mr. Rabhi expressed his confidence that the new minister will continue to work to "value and strengthen the" communication system in Algeria "and support" reform workshops "that have been undertaken in the sector.
Mr. Belhimer (65 years), who holds several postgraduate degrees, including a doctorate in law, has a career path in the press and media sector from the Al-Mujahid newspaper in the seventies, in addition to his contribution to the creation of several daily and weekly newspapers. He also worked as a professor of higher education at the Faculty of Law (University of Algeria), director of the Algerian Journal of Legal, Economic and Political Sciences and director of a research laboratory on "The Reality of Investing in Algeria" at the University of Jijel.
Mr. Belhimer was a member of the National Commission for Mediation and Dialogue, where he served as Chairman of the Political Committee. He has also written numerous articles and contributions to various newspapers and magazines, and has authored many books in the fields of politics, international law, economics and scientific research, the latest being "The Ten Commandments of Wall Street" (2017) and "Paths of Peace" (2018).
Malika Bin Douda takes up her duties as Minister of Culture
For its part, Mrs. Malika Bin Douda took over yesterday her new duties at the head of the Ministry of Culture, succeeding Mr. Hassan Rabhi. The ceremony for receiving and handing over the functions took place at the Palace of Culture, Moufdi Zakaria, in the presence of tires from the Ministry and officials of cultural bodies. On this occasion, Malika Bin Douda affirmed in her speech her will in "reviewing the general concept of culture and reconciliation of citizens with their culture and identity." The minister also announced that a "discussion about the country's cultural policy" would be launched soon, considering culture "a vital sector (.) that is going through a crisis today." For his part, Mr. Hassan Rabhi praised the "sincerity and dedication" of the Ministry's frameworks and bodies, which "guaranteed the viability of the sector and performed its tasks despite the difficult circumstances that it witnessed in recent months."
Mohamed Wajout receives his duties at the head of the Ministry of National Education
And Mohamed Wajout, yesterday, took his new duties at the head of the Ministry of National Education, succeeding Mr. Abdel Hakim Belabed, and this is after the appointment of members of the good government led by Prime Minister Abdel Aziz Jarad. And Mr. Wajout presented in a speech to him, by the way, his thanks to the President of the Republic, Abdul Majeed Tabun, for the confidence he had in assuming this position, considering this assignment as a "heavy burden in view of the multiple and complex challenges facing the country in various fields."
He affirmed his intention to do "everything in his power, in cooperation with all educational frameworks and workers, social partners and students' parents, to search for effective solutions to the problems of the sector." He stressed the importance of "restoring confidence to achieve what we all aspire to," calling for "concerted efforts by all to serve the education sector and enable the country to overcome this difficult stage."
Kawther Kriku takes over as Minister of National Solidarity, Family and Women’s Issues
Also, Ms. Kawthar Kriku took over yesterday, her duties at the head of the Ministry of National Solidarity, Family and Women’s Issues, to succeed Mrs. Ghania Al-Dalyah. In a speech she delivered during the inauguration ceremony, the minister stressed that she understands the "weight of this responsibility" and her awareness of the need to work "more and more" to upgrade the national solidarity sector, given the importance of the social groups sponsored by, saying that new workshops will be opened and efforts to "intensify efforts" between The sector's tires at the national level and coordinating work with other sectors within the framework of government solidarity in order to serve these social classes.
Basma Azwar receives her duties as Minister of Relations with Parliament
Yesterday, Mrs. Basma Azwar assumed her duties at the head of the Ministry of Relations with Parliament, succeeding Mr. Fathi Khuwail.During her speech, by the way, she thanked the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister for the confidence placed in her person to assume this position, noting the efforts made at the head of the ministry in the "difficult period" that the country went through.
After she indicated that the Ministry of Relations with Parliament is "sensitive" by virtue of the fact that it represents "a link" between the two executive legislative bodies, the new minister expressed her commitment to work with "all of the ministry's frameworks and stand by the people" and that the relationship between the two institutions be "more smooth and flexible".
Shahat receives his duties at the head of the Delegated Ministry of Desert and Mountain Agriculture
And the delegated minister in charge of desert and mountain agriculture, Mr. Fouad Shahat, assumed his duties at the head of this newly created ministry within the framework of the new government. During the ceremony to receive the tasks that took place in the presence of the sector's tires, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Sherif Amari, stressed the importance of this new mandated ministry, which will take on "the responsibility of developing desert and mountainous areas in view of the importance of these basic regions in rural development, creating wealth and jobs and promoting food security For the country and diversify the economy in an effective and efficient manner. "
On congratulating him on the confidence that the President of the Republic granted to Mr. Shahat, Mr. Amari assured that the Managing Director will find "all support and assistance for the success of his duties," expressing his confidence that "the scientific capabilities, experience and expertise that characterize it will be an addition to the sector and the country." For his part, Mr. Shahat expressed his gratitude for the trust placed in his person by the President of the Republic, expressing his determination to make all efforts to develop the desert and mountainous areas in Algeria.
Rachid Beldhan received his duties as a country clerk for the national community and competencies abroad
Yesterday, Mr. Rachid Beldahan received his new duties as a country clerk in charge of the national community and competencies abroad, after the appointment of members of the new government led by Prime Minister Abdelaziz Jarrad. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sabri Boukdoum, supervised the inauguration of the new state clerk, who previously held the position of Secretary General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during a ceremony attended by the ministry’s frameworks.
By the way, Mr. Bajdoum mentioned the honor of Mr. Baladhan, who said about him that he performed his previous duties with "efficiency", wishing him "all success". Mr. Baldhan assured that he would do "his best to materialize what the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdul Majeed Tabun, stated immediately after announcing his victory in the Presidency of the Republic regarding sponsoring the national community abroad and national competencies in the best way."
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