This video of the RCD deputy Mr. Noureddine Ait-Hamouda, who is also the vice-president of the APN, is being shared and commented all over the net.
The contribution of Amirouche Ait-Hamouda‘s son is successful probably because, in his speech, he shared the Algerian public opinion on many important matters. Its success comes also from the fact Ait-Hamouda is famous for his “kharjates”. I can mention here his speeches about Emir Abdelkader, Algiers new mosque, or the fake Moudjahidine (videos on these topics and others are available on YouTube or DailyMotion).
This deputy’s action raises the question of the opposition to the Algerian system while being part of it, or what I would call “embedded” opposition.
There are many political parties represented in the Algerian parliament. The most active among the opponents being the PT, the RCD, El-Islah and En-nahdha. But what is this embedded opposition there for? And is it more efficient than say the FFS?