Algeria resigned as president at demonstration To conduct presidential election in December 9:12 on September 16
In Algeria, North Africa, where the president was forced to resign in a protest against a long-term administration, the presidential election, which was postponed by the provisional president, was announced in December. The demonstrators are continuing protests seeking to wipe out the elite who lead the provisional government before the election, and it will be noticed whether the election can be conducted smoothly.
In Algeria, in April, President Boutefrika, who had been in power for 20 years, was forced to resign due to the expansion of public protests.
Later, Mr. Bensara, who was chairman of the National Council, was appointed as an interim president and initially aimed to hold a presidential election in July. The election was postponed, continuing protests insisting that the layer should be wiped out.
Under such circumstances, Interim President Bensara announced that a presidential election will be held on December 15th, and on December 12, and urged the demonstrators to respond to the election dialogue.
The response of the demonstrators has not been clarified, but it will be noticed whether the election can be carried out smoothly as it is an important step towards democratic power transition.