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84% of young Algerians want to emigrate … The fault to Kader Japanese?


Algeria – Last ban in date that many young Algerians join: the ban on cultural events. Ouargla, Sidi Bel Abbes, Tebessa …

Thus, in this summer of 2018, it is another stage of suffocation of society that is crossed. After, the disappearance of more than 70% of cinemas in the country in the space of ten years. After the hunt for couples. After the harassment of girls on the beaches. After so many things that have become forbidden, forbidden, it is the artistic professions that are in the process of being banned.

Paradox or hypocrisy, four out of five young people who participate every day in the establishment of this climate, this mess, want to emigrate. Leave to join the Japanese Kader Japanese, Reda City16 French.

Thus, 84% of young Algerians dream of a life elsewhere, according to a study conducted by the International Consulting Firm on Business Management, Boston Consulting Group (BCG).

A life elsewhere, but primarily in the country of Marriage for All: France. Comes in second place, the country of the Montreal Jazz Festival, Quebec.

See also: Nearly 9,000 Algerian students admitted to French universities in September

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