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Algeria : Mohamed Laagab, Integrity Expert, Appointed Minister of Communication


The Republic of Algeria has taken a significant step in its quest to strengthen government transparency and communication by appointing Professor Mohamed Laagab as Minister of Communication. The appointment comes after a period of vacancy in the ministry, and is hailed as a sign of Algeria's continued commitment to integrity, reform and democracy.


Mohamed Laagab is a well-known name in the field of communication and integrity. A specialist in ethics and governance, he has acquired a solid reputation as an expert committed to the promotion of transparency and accountability within governmental institutions and companies.


Prior to his appointment as Minister of Communication, Mohamed Laagab held various leadership positions in institutions dedicated to promoting human values ​​and integrity. His passion for institutional reform and his commitment to open and ethical government practices have distinguished him as an influential voice in the country.


His appointment comes in a context where the Algerian Republic seeks to strengthen its democracy and improve government communication with national and international public opinion. As the world continues to move toward more transparent and accountable standards of governance, the Algerian Republic recognizes the importance of promoting these values ​​within its own government.


One of Mohamed Laagab's priorities as Minister of Communication will be to modernize and strengthen the ministry's capacity to communicate effectively with the public and the media. It will also work to put in place mechanisms to ensure that government information is accessible, reliable and transparent.


President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, by appointing Mohamed Laagab, clearly expressed his confidence in the latter and his commitment to the values ​​of transparency, democracy and integrity. This appointment reflects President Tebboune's vision for open and accountable government in Algeria, and it reinforces the conviction that government communication will be a central pillar of this vision.


We will closely follow developments within the Ministry of Communication under the leadership of its new minister and hope that his leadership will contribute to strengthening communication within the media field in Algeria, by promoting the values ​​of transparency, integrity and the ethics of journalism.


According to some specialists, this choice is welcomed by all those who believe in the importance of open and responsible governance in Algeria, and it embodies the hope of a future where transparency and integrity in the media field will play a role. a key role for a more informed and democratic society.





Editorial Alexandra RIU

OMSAC Public Relations Advisor

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