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President Bouteflika wants to prematurely withdraw
Abdelaziz Bouteflika wants to before the end of his regular term as President of Algeria - the 28. April - step back. Previously, the health of ailing 82-Year-old had already set up a new government. Bouteflika is in response, apparently, to week-long protests. the

The Algerian President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika wants to before the end of his regular term of office on the 28. April step back. The state news Agency APS, the official statement of the Algerian presidential office exists. In order for the health to react ailing 82-Year-old apparently on the week-long protests against his remaining in office. Millions of Algerians have gone in the past few weeks on the road, to protest against Bouteflika.

On the resignation would be followed by other important decisions, to the continued Functioning of state institutions, the statement said. An exact date or further Details has not been called.

Bouteflika, exercises the highest public office in Algeria for 20 years, was only used on Sunday for a new government. The new Prime Minister, the 59-year-old Noureddine Bedoui. His Post chief of the General staff and Deputy defence Minister Ahmed Gaid Salah could retain, even though he had suggested last week, Bouteflika's dismissal. The Cabinet consists of 27 Ministers. Six of them belonged to the old government, who had resigned after the protests in the North African country.

For 2013 is to beat Bouteflika's health.

had Previously consented to Bouteflika, already in actually, for the 18. Not to run April's planned election for a fifth term. In addition, he had postponed the election for an indefinite period of time, what were his opponents as an attempt to hold on to Power.

Bouteflika is since a stroke in 2013, a health is difficult - but remained, as yet, unchallenged in Power. However, he regarded his opponents as a puppet of the military and the secret service. Traditionally had Power in Algeria since the war of independence from 1954 to 1962, a powerful Elite of the state apparatus, the military and the secret service, much. However, even against the protests are now. Especially among younger citizens, they lose restraint. Almost 70 percent of Algerians are under 30 years of age. Of these, more than a quarter are without work.

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