His supporters assert that the procedure affected many personalities
Sources from the vicinity of the National Liberation Front revealed that Secretary-General Abu al-Fadl Baji had been stripped of the security guard, in an unexpected move, and some said that it suggested that the date of withdrawing confidence from him was approaching, two years after he ascended the General Secretariat of the future party, overshadowed by a major conflict with his opponents. While the party leadership justified the reduction of Baaji’s security guard, stressing that the measure affected a large number of political figures, and not the Secretary-General of the National Liberation Front alone.
In a remarkable development in the file of the conflict within the National Liberation Front between the Secretary-General of the party, Abu al-Fadl Baji and his opponents, sources from the latter’s vicinity revealed that the security services yesterday withdrew the security guard from it without warning, a move that some knowledgeable about the political issue linked as a prelude to for his departure from the head of the General Secretariat.
On the other hand, Al-Shorouk sources from within the party denied that the process of withdrawing the security guard from Abu al-Fadl Baji has anything to do with the existing conflict within the party and the imminent date of his departure. Rather, they are measures previously taken against many political figures in the country, specifically after the popular movement, Like the head of the Society for Peace Movement, Abdel-Razzaq Makri, and some heads of national organizations, such as the president of the Algerian Red Crescent, Saida Benhabilis.
In contrast to these, the Secretary-General of the National Democratic Assembly, Tayeb Zitouni, recently benefited from additional security reinforcements.
In the context, it seems that the conflict between Baaji and members of the Central Committee opposed to the man has reached its height this time. After the vigil that was organized the day before yesterday in front of the party headquarters, whose organizers demanded the Secretary-General to cancel the recent decisions issued against some provincial secretaries, the angry threatened to storm the party at the end of the week Next, he withdrew confidence by force, proposing the name of Senator Ahmed Bannai, as his successor at the present time, until the meeting of the party’s central committee.
These developments also come at a time when the Ministry of Interior has not yet responded to the request of the members of the Central Committee to hold an emergency session, a request questioned by the Secretary-General, stressing that his opponents are circumventing justice and do not have the legal quorum to summon the committee, but are trying to – he said – Delude the militants that they are right.