So I just saw the news and apparently the government has decided to support the essential ingredients by decreasing the prices and paying the difference. wallah ghir VIVE L'ALGERIE.. NO OTHER GOVERNMENT DOES THIS
When will Algerians realize that we live in a world where globalization العولمة has become an essential part of the economy. This means that the country has to abide by the International Bank rules which states that the government cannot interfere with the prices of goods and to allow the market to flow freely.
The whole world is suffering from an increase in prices it's not just Algeria. Tunisian's went out in protest a few weeks ago, did they break anything?? No.
Here in Canada the prices of goods have increased by about 20% and no body complained, because that's just how the world economy is doing right now. The taxes increased, the oil prices increased to $1.20/ L, school tuition increased some students pay between $8,000 - $10,000 a year for school (most of them are loans that they took from the bank or government).... I finished school and I'm in debt trying to pay back my loans that I took to pay for my school... unemployment is on the increase since the recession and more and more people are relying on donations and community events. One person used to get paid $300,000/ year now he drives a car to deliver pizza for $11/hour.
Algerians have to wake up and stop thinking that "oh our government is crap, our life sucks, Algeria sucks", because wallahi you have more than what you think you have. You just have to be positive and work with what you have. Sub7anallah, is Algeria the only government that is corrupt?? NO every Arab government is as corrupt or even more than that.
Atleast Algeria is building roads, housings, universities. What did Qaddafi build for Libyans in the last 30 years?? NOTHING I have libyans friends who told me that they never seen anything being built in libya and they are only 4 Million people.
What I'm trying to say is, let's take the saying of the prophet Mohammed
which says "always look at the people who are less fortunate than you".