Reconcile the State with the Citizen to meet the social demand. In continuation to our Local elections of November 23rd, 2017 (Part I), here is Part II in which we would try to propose that the non-exhaustive inventory of the daily gloom of the citizen, gives all its strategic meaning to the scientific knowledge of […]
Urgency of a strategic vision articulating the functions of the State, Local Authorities and the Market The purpose of this contribution is to analyse the impact of the political parties on the mobilization of the population in the light of the results of the last legislative elections of May 4th, 2017 and to query their […]
The weekly column of El Kadi Ihsane on El Watan of October 30, 2017, reveals a surprising debate that is not yet public on how to engage the reforms that would prevent Algeria from another economic trap. Republished on Maghreb Emergent of November 3rd, it obviously tracks the financial uphill struggle of an oil exports […]
One has said and continues to say much on that date. But it seems to me that something was not expressed, at least not sufficiently and not clearly. So, I shall try to make my modest contribution on November 1st, 1954 from the people standpoint . It is not that of a historian nor that […]
The present contribution is about the Financial Constraints and Governance crisis in Algeria of 2017 – 2020 and would want to be a reminder of those economic and financial indicators of the influencing factors to be considered whilst taking steps towards structural reforms. These number 8 and are as follows:
1.-The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is concerned as much as are the European Union (EU) and all foreign economic partners, about the impact of recent measures of unconventional financing. Algeria would have a real GDP growth rate that is below 1.5% for 2017 and 0.8% for 2018 whilst the International Energy Agency (IEA) does not expect a substantial increase in oil prices in 2018, but at best their stabilization . . . .
The Maghreb region is not only vital to the stability and long-term progress within the MENA group of countries, its development issues covering environmental, economic and social goals are challenging. Very close to Europe, it could then for anyone involved or interested in its development be how to best meet the needs of the present population, without leaving adverse impacts for the generations of tomorrow to deal with on either of the Mediterranean.
WWF wrote in a paper titled “Northern Africa: Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia”:
The Mediterranean Woodland and Forest ecoregion stretches from the coastal plains to the hills of northern Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, and eventually surrounds the Atlas Mountains. The variety of substrates and climates leads to a diverse mix of vegetation including holm oak forests, cork oak forests, wild olive and carob woodlands, as well as extensive Berber thuya forest.