Algerians kill their parents and relatives to justify absence from work
Many Algerians, if not all, find easily tricks and subterfuges to any difficult situation to justify and answer questionnaires, particularly when it comes to absenteeism in work.
- Algerians do not like the work they find boring, worse, a chore. The phenomenon of absenteeism is growing, whether in factories, businesses, governments and even schools and universities.
- To justify an absence, the common answer of most people is the death of a parent or relative. Sometimes the illness of parents, children or spouse, presented as justification to avoid payroll deductions.
- A deputy director of a company killed his parents and relatives to justify his absence from work. The latter, who was often away, started the first time by announcing the death of his mother, then his father and then a list of uncles, aunts and cousins.
- Many pupils and students also do not go to school without the knowledge of their parents and justify their absences with medical certificates of convenience issued by unscrupulous doctors against money.
- A student of 17, who was often away, justified his absence by the death of his grandmother. The general superintendent who sympathizes with him, issue a ticket to allow him go the classroom, but the boy repeats the same justification, forgetting he had already announced the death of his grandmother and he was caught in a trap.
- Ennahar / Ibrahim B.