Mohamed Sofiane Yousfi, president of the League of Bejaia, was elected new president of the Algerian Tennis Federation (FAT) for the 2021-2024 Olympic mandate, throughout the Elective General Assembly (AGE), held in Algiers, this Saturday . He collected 15 votes out of the 31 pronounced throughout the proceedings of this EGM, whereas the second candidate Nacereddine Benhabiles, president of the Algerian League, obtained 13 votes. Three ballots are declared invalid.
The president of the League of Béjaïa, Mohamed Sofiane Yousfi, was elected new president of the Algerian Tennis Federation (FAT) for the 4-year Olympic mandate with 15 votes out of the 31 pronounced, throughout the elective General Assembly (AGE ). He arrived in entrance of Nacereddine Benhabiles (13 votes), for 3 invalid ballots. The work was supervised by the consultant of the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MJS), Abderrazek Belkadi, within the presence of a judicial officer.
“I thank the members of the GA for their support and their sense of responsibility. Now, it is our duty to take up the challenge and build a real project for Algerian tennis. We will have to think of the new generation and bring honor to this country. We must set off on a calm basis with great determination, ”declared the model new president Mohamed Sofiane Yousfi.
52-year-old Mohamed Sofiane Yousfi, head of a non-public firm, felt that there are a number of elements that have to be improved. “Now, the priority is to put in place a governance which is based on competence and qualified personnel and with very modern communication tools. Several other workshops are also on the program, including training and young talents, a training center for the elite, the medical profession, the refereeing body and management. We will also work to develop beach tennis across the country, ”he explains.
In addition to the election of the new president Mohamed Sofiane Yousfi, the GA proceeded to the election of the new Federal Bureau, composed of seven (7) members, for the Olympic mandate 2021-2024: Tahar Azzi (21 votes), Nabil Cheriak (19 votes), Idris Mohammed Kerroum (17 votes), Oussama Masmoudi (17 votes), Mourad Benguerguoura (17 votes), Hocine Cheghib (17 votes), Nabila Bouchabou (16 votes).