ALGERIA A New Nation With Great Potential*

By Robert Miskimon Jr. “Come with me to the Casbah” Millions of American hearts fluttered when Charles Boyer said that to Hedy Lamar in “Casablanca”, evoking for Americans a highly romantic image of the exotic charms of the Middle East – a land of mystic intrigue and great wealth, where international spies engaged in battles… متابعة قراءة ALGERIA A New Nation With Great Potential*

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN AFRICA: THE CASE 0F ALGERIA

 Professor / Ammar BOUHOUCHE (1) Professor, University of Algiers (3) The features of public administration in Africa differ from one country to another, especially from nations of North Africa to other countries in sub-Saharan area, and for this reason I decided to focus on the experience of Algeria. The purpose of this study is to… متابعة قراءة PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN AFRICA: THE CASE 0F ALGERIA

Fragility of state institutions and deficiency in public policies

[*] by Ammar Bouhouche, Professor[†] University of Algiers (3) It is a fact that every country has his institutions, legitimateauthorities and universal suffrage. But the functions of stateinstitutions (executive, judiciary, and legislative) vary from onecountry to another. If citizens of developed countries enjoy the advantages of employment, peace, tranquility, stability and sufficient money, in addition… متابعة قراءة Fragility of state institutions and deficiency in public policies

Traditional political and administrative controls and the unrealistic system of accountability

  By Ammar BOUHOUCHE*, Professor of Algiers University (3)        Accountability is a nice word and everybody pays a lip service to this notion of ethical method of work in any public institution. Its lovely meaning comes from the fact that it conveys the image of transparency, democracy and accountability to citizens and trustworthiness.… متابعة قراءة Traditional political and administrative controls and the unrealistic system of accountability