ALGIERS- The creation of 14 new administrative districts obeys to the principle of “synergy” in the management of the territory to meet with the citizens’ concerns, said Monday in Algiers the Director of public liberties and judicial affairs at the ministry of the Interior, Local Authorities and National Planning Abderahmane Sidini.
Speaking to the National Radio’s Channel III, Sidini said that the creation of these administrative districts “responds to the principle of having more synergy in the management of the territory to better meet the concerns of citizens, through development programmes.”
He said that the creation of these new districts was not an administrative division but rather an administrative organization, because it addressed decentralization.
For Sidini, the creation of these new administrative bodies is a comprehensive response to both the need to control the demographic volume of large urban complexes and territorial control for the South and the Highlands provinces in the future.
The head of the Interior Ministry noted that the prerogatives of deputy delegates were thus “strengthened to better manage the daily problems of citizens and respond to their preoccupations in an effective manner, to boost development.”