Hundreds of citizens have participated in a peaceful manifestation that went on to go against the fifth custody of the president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, this event took off from downtown of Ouargla.
The lowdown of this standout that took place in Ouerdet Erimal at Souk El-Hjar earlier today, in a response to a call that was made frequently from social media, and it succeeded in filling the right wrath of protesting against the fifth custody not just in Ouargla, but round the entire Algerian soil.
The signs for Ouargla’s fighter appeared later on clean and clear when they preferred chanting and clarifying one another’s statements on account of the true social values, well organized marches and worthy of the real change, and thus through that unemployment and the Shale Gas deals, this seems like the right time to state for several profound subjects nowadays.
The manifestation began right after El-Jumaa prayer from El-Kaser El-Atic towards Ouerdat Erimal, around fifty young men lifting signs that said “No for fifth custody” “people want change”.
The stand have lived an electrifying moments of people who came from several suburbs and other places of the city, with a remarkable return of those unemployment and anti Shale Gas protests to the façade of the march.
The system conservation on the other hand went on for silence, the protest ended up dressed in civilian attire; and not a single act of interference to ever pop, thrill was obviously overtaking this biased, symbolic march by storm, and does seem to provide seamless acts of manifestations in the upcoming times herein.
The major aspect of this manifestation was its significance of being quite decent and organized, where in an hour; the people turned instantly into a massive crowd that walked the entire city territories, especially those who were close to the Ouerdat Erimal, neighbourhoods such as Harkat, Tazegraret, Gharbouz and many other surrounding places.
The character of being peaceful went even further than ever and dressed in the flag’s colours, chanting a sincere acclamation and corruption refusals, these latter that went like “ No for fifith custody “ “ People is the man “ “ The people want change “ “ Enough is enough, no more corrupted system “ “ Oyahia, people know it all now “ “ No for riot and vandalism “.
Later in a speech held by Professor Segni Laajal before the entire crowd where he declared: “ Come this massive and unexpected crowd of people herein today, frankly depicts the desire of retrieving the Algerian status to its own pile, no more persecutions acts, the Algerian people will keep and decide their fate by themselves as of now “.
Another additional dictum of one of the participants also stated “ In Ouargla herein, we come
For change, we say no to this democracy, and yes for Human Rights, yes for Freedom, yes overriding the sense of domination “.
As for Aybek Abdelmalek, a prominent figure in the unemployment committee; he added “ This march is quite spontaneous, and the people’s crowding herein is a mere response to it, everyone has to understand and grasp the historical importance of this moment, and the youth in particular are here to say so supportively “.
Now both acclamation and acts are symbolic to the disposition that was worn these days, and a theatrical palace for most social protests and manifestations that were instigated by the civil society here in Ouargla, starting from the unemployment committee to the coordination of those three biggest gathering in 2018 by the very civil society as well.
These reprisal seem to call for the socially and politically peaceful inquiries, these goals were like a mindset for addressing the authorities and apprising both sides of people and government of the importance of the peaceful struggles occurring nowadays.