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The new 2,000 DA ($14.22) note has English instead of French

The new 2,000 DA ($14.22) note has English instead of French

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The Bank of Algeria issued a new 2,000 DA ($14.22) note to mark the 31st session of the Arab League Summit in Algeria and the 68th anniversary of the outbreak of the Algerian War of Liberation. , corresponding to November 1.

For the first time since Algeria’s independence in 1962, the Bank of Algeria will issue notes in English instead of French starting tomorrow, Wednesday. Thus, instead of “two thousand dinars” found in the old banknotes, the new banknote reads “two thousand dinars” in English.

Algeria, this year introduced the teaching of English from the 3rd year of the primary cycle, let’s remember, French, considered as the first language, an approach similar to the divorce option.

The new banknote issued by the Bank of Algeria includes decorative motifs, an image of the National Liberation Movement rally, a monument to martyrs, Emir Abdelkader, the logo of the Arab League summit and a map of the Arab world.

The theme of the reverse side is “Postcard of Algeria”, including the natural rock arches in the Sahara desert, Port Se beach (western Tlemcen wilayah of the country), camels, Djama (mosque) El-Djazeer, the Hogar Mountains (south of the country), as well as the Roman ruins of Dibasa (for Algiers). 50 km to the west).

The banknote also features a number of security features, including a watermark of Emir Abdelkader, a hero of resistance against French colonialism, tactile identification patterns, a transparent window of Algeria’s geographical map and thread color protection.

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