The new Algerian Prime Minister Noureddine Bedeoui has said he will set up a technocratic interim government days.
The decision came shortly after president Abdelaziz Bouteflika pulled out of the presidential race in the face of mass protests.
Bedoui, who was appointed prime minister this week after his predecessor Ahmed Ouyahia resigned in the wake of protests, said his new cabinet would be formed early next week.
He assured that the cabinet will include representatives of the young Algerians who have been staging mass protests to push for quick political changes.
Bouteflika, has delayed the election scheduled for April, the event which has sparked country wide protests.