Protesters had referred to as for the vote to be cancelled, fearing it would be stitch-up
The entire body which oversees elections in Algeria states it is not probable to maintain presidential elections as planned on 4 July.
A statement from the constitutional council claimed it was up to the president to title a new day for the vote.
Algeria has observed months of anti-governing administration protests.
Very long-time President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned in April but demonstrators are pushing for higher alter in the country’s ruling elite.
He was replaced by Abdelkader Bensalah as interim president but a lot of see him as also near to the former leader.
Mr Bouteflika himself was widely observed as a front for a group of businessmen, politicians and army officers believed to hold genuine electrical power in the place.
In its assertion, go through on state tv, the constitutional council cited a deficiency of candidates as a motive for scrapping the scheduled vote.
Just two men and women experienced registered and protesters had demanded it be cancelled, fearing it would only extend the recent administration.
Demonstrators had been yet again out on the streets of the funds Algiers on Friday, contacting for President Bensalah and the key minister to resign.