The president of Algeria dismisses the Minister of Finance in the midst of the crisis with Spain

The president of Algeria, Abdelmayid Tebune, dismissed Finance Minister Abderramán Raouya on Tuesday, after just four months in office and in the midst of a crisis with Spain, according to a brief statement from the state news agency APS.

The president of Algeria dismisses the Minister of Finance in the midst of the crisis with Spain

The president of Algeria, Abdelmayid Tebune, dismissed Finance Minister Abderramán Raouya on Tuesday, after just four months in office and in the midst of a crisis with Spain, according to a brief statement from the state news agency APS.

“In accordance with the provisions of Article 91, paragraph 7, of the Constitution, and after consultation with the Prime Minister, Aimene Benabderramán, the President, Abdelmayid Tebune, has signed a presidential decree to end the functions of the Minister of Finance , Abderramán Raouya”, reads the Algerian Magna Carta.

Replacing the outgoing minister, President Tebune has ordered the Secretary General of the Ministry of Finance, Brahim Jamal Kassali, to "guarantee the interim" by replacing him.

Although the brief statement hardly gives any more details, such as the reason for this dismissal, it comes a week after the suspension of the good neighborly treaty with Spain, in force for 20 years (2002), and the freezing of direct debits for foreign trade operations of products to and from this European country.

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