"More than 1 000 judges in Algeria will not set up and monitor the election of president Abdelaziz Bouteflika set for re-election."
"the News from the judiciary will at the same time as in Algeria shaken by nationwide protests."
"The signature of the judges announces that they are in the process of creating an independent association, is evidenced by a joint statement."
"The heavily criticized Bouteflika returned to Algeria on Sunday after having been in Switzerland since February."
"Tens of thousands of people all over Algeria have taken to the streets to show their dissatisfaction against Bouteflika and his regime."
"the Protests have been going on since the 82-year-old president last month announced that he is standing for a new term in the elections held on april 18."
"Several mps from the Bouteflikas own party have joined the protests and of the military's hold, there have been indications that it does not intend to intervene against the crowds."
"the Opposition has claimed that Bouteflika, who has barely shown itself in public since he suffered a stroke in 2013, does not have the ability to govern the country, but instead is used as a stooge by the representatives of the power elite, to be able to remain in their positions."