Algerian Army Chief has died
Algerian Army Chief has died |Army chief of the Islamic country died. Army chief of the Islamic country died of a heart attack. Algerian Army Chief General Ahmed Qaid Saleh has died of a sudden heart attack on Monday. He was 79 years old. He attended the swearing-in ceremony of Algerian newly elected President Abdul Majid Tabun four days ago. Was. The new president took over. Immediately after taking the oath of office, General Ahmad Qaid Saleh was given the highest honor of the country. The Order of Merit was announced by President Abdul Majid Taban. Appointed as acting Chief of Staff of Armed Forces Protests were underway. Quaid Saleh was born in 1940.
He joined the Algerian National Army at the age of 17 and took part in the war against French colonialism. After Algeria’s independence from French colonialism in 1962, he joined the newly formed army. He was appointed chief of the evil army in 1994 and in 2004 he was made the head of Algerian Armed Forces. He came out as the most powerful political player. However, he called the elections as the only solution to the political crisis facing the country. He emphasized on holding the elections in a transparent manner. Algeria has died in a nationwide protest organized by public protests The rays are on and the protesters are demanding a release from the political elite of the country. He also boycotted the presidential elections held in Algeria earlier this month and called for broader political reforms before his holding.