Noureddine Bedoui, Algerian statesman, was born 22 December 1959, Ain Taya-Alger. Bedoui graduated from ENA, was Magistrate at the court of accounts, Auditor, Deputy Director of the regulations at the wilaya of Algiers, Director of Administration “Tizi Ouzou and Annaba”, Chef de Daïra of Bologhine (Algiers) and Ain Touila (Khenchla), Secretary General of the wilaya of Oran, Wali of the wilayas of Sidi-Bel-Abbes – Bordj Bouarreridj – Setif – Constantine, Minister of Vocational Training and Education and Minister of the Interior and Local Authorities 2015-2017.
Noureddine Bedoui Full Biography and Profile
Noureddine Bedoui was appointed Minister of the Interior and Local Authorities by His Excellency the President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika, during the last ministerial reshuffle that took place on May 14, 2015 in succession to Mr. Belaiz, who was appointed special advisor to the president of the Republic.
Mr. Noureddine Bedoui graduated from the National School of Administration (ENA) and held several positions and administrative tasks, he has evolved in several positions of responsibility, as a director, under director of local administration, head of daïra in several regions of the country, director of the local administration of several wilayas, he also held the position of secretary general of the wilaya of Oran before he was appointed first executive head of the wilaya of Sidi Bel- Abbots, Bordj-Bou- Arreridj, Setif and finally Constantine where he spent his last years as a wali. On September 11, 2013, he was appointed Minister of Vocational Education and Training.
Noureddine Bedoui is known for his modesty and foresight in management, and this, given the various successes in the administration of local authorities at the head of the executives of the dairas and wilayas in which he was named and also the dynamics that he has conferred on the sector of Education and Professional Training since his appointment as first person in charge.
The Minister of the Interior and Local Authorities is also known for his great interest in national and international news.
New Prime Minister
Following the resignation of Ahmed Ouyahia, consequence of the 2019 demonstrations in Algeria, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika named Noureddine Bedoui the new Prime Minister.
Noureddine Bedoui, said he would form an inclusive and technocratic government that involved young Algerians who have been staging protests to push for quick political changes.
His promise at a news conference in Algiers comes after ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika decided not to run for a fifth term in the face of mass demonstrations. Bedoui was appointed premier on Monday after Ahmed Ouyahia resigned.
The prime minister urged the opposition to accept dialogue. But lawyers and activists who protesters have chosen to lead the drive for reforms are in no mood to compromise and say they will not negotiate, at least for now.
Bouteflika, who has been in power for 20 years and has rarely appeared in public since a stroke in 2013, has promised to work for a new era that would cater to all Algerians.
His offer came after tens of thousands of Algerians staged weeks of protests demanding an overhaul of a stagnant political system dominated by veterans of the 1954-62 war of independence.
- Noureddine Bedoui Biography and Profile