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Thousands of new mass protests in Algeria

"Thousands of new mass protests in Algeria," "the Protests against president Abdelaziz Bouteflika is continuing." "On Friday gathered thousands of peopl

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Thousands of new mass protests in Algeria
"Thousands of new mass protests in Algeria,"

"the Protests against president Abdelaziz Bouteflika is continuing."

"On Friday gathered thousands of people in the country's capital, Algiers. They waved with the white, green and red flag and shouted slogans against the country's president."

"Students and lawyers earlier in the week taken to the streets to mark their discontent against the president. The protests in the country is now in its third week."

"Ahead of Friday's demonstrations have the train and the metro stopped in the capital, according to Reuters."

"the Protests in Algeria have been going on since 10 February, when the country's 82-year-old president, who is then around two weeks back treated at a hospital in Geneva in Switzerland, announced that he sets up for re-election for a fifth time."

"Abdelaziz Bouteflika won the 1999 elections with the military's support and has been in power since then. Then he suffered a stroke in 2013, the president has rarely appeared in public contexts."

"the Opposition has claimed that Bouteflika does not have the ability to govern the country, but is used instead as a stooge of the power elite that they should be able to hold on to their top positions."

"Algeria has some 42 million inhabitants, is Africa's largest country. The country's exports of oil and gas account for 95 percent of export revenues and 60 percent of the state budget."

"Algeria, a French colony from 1830, and became independent in 1962 after a nearly eight-year long and bloody liberation war."

"Demonstrations in October 1988 did the authorities declared a state of emergency. Democratic reforms were introduced, but when the islamist party FIS won the elections in 1991, stepped the military, which triggered a civil war that claimed around 200 000 people between 1992 and 2002. The armed islamist group GIA was accused of much of the violence."

"During the civil war in 1999, Abdelaziz Bouteflika presidential elections with military support. He launched a försoningsprogram who led thousands of militants to lay down their arms."

"in the presidential elections In april 2014 and won Bouteflika for the fourth time. According to the official figures, he received 81 per cent of the votes."

"the parliamentary Elections in 2017 gave Bouteflikas the party of the FLN and samarbetspartiet RND an absolute majority in parliament."

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