After the postponement of the election indefinitely in Algeria, President Bouteflika remains in office. Since days there are protests against this measure - hundreds of thousands take to the streets.
in The early afternoon are already gathered tens of thousands of protesters in the city center of Algiers. Several vans of the riot police to roll up slowly on you. The people willing to place and waving. "Army - people, brothers, brothers", call them.
In all of the demonstrations, police and soldiers get to listen to this Slogan. The message is clear: you have to stand on the side of the people, you belong to us. The protesters fear that the smallest spark could serve the Regime as a pretext to the Protest with violence, to knock down. Therefore, they avoid anything that could provide such a pretext.
in weeks, and called for the protest movement that President Bouteflika not to run for the fifth Time. Since Monday you know the answer to that was disseminated on behalf of Bouteflika's: No presidential election in April, the President will remain for an indefinite period of time in the office. A national Assembly to discuss reforms. On a Protest poster stand today: "We wanted to make a choice without Bouteflika, now we get to Bouteflika without a choice."
Prime Minister Bedoui has announced the formation of a government of Experts.Young people and families are involved
On the question of why they are protesting, says a protester in Algiers: "in order To run all of them without exception!" On the question of who should lead then to Algeria, she replies: "All of us here. There are enough clever people in the movement."
In the port city of Oran, report it to Algerian journalists, was the main street of the city "black people". Videos in the social media to show how, in Oran protests: "Hau, the FLN", the protesters in this Video. The FLN, the National liberation front, the party, which takes place in Algeria since independence from France, the dominant role - in cooperation with the military.
From the city of Bejaia someone posts a photo of a police officer, joining the protests and a poster to hold up in the social media. Shortly thereafter, this image is widespread in the capital, Algiers and cheered. Young people, wrapped in the Algerian flag, and whole families, many women participate in the demonstrations. If Algeria's ruling had been expected that the Protest would finally subside, then this expectation has been disappointed.