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Country Regional : Algeria

Algeria, officially People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a country in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast. Its capital and most populous city is Algiers.

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Algeria: protesters boycott election chanting ‘No vote! We want freedom!’ – video

Thousands of people took to the streets in central Algiers, as the authorities held a presidential election that the mass protest movement views as a charade intended to keep the ruling elite in power. Local media showed videos of demonstrators throwing ballot papers to the ground. Only 33% of Algerians turned out to voteThousands march in Algeria after controversial election result Continue...

Thousands march in Algeria after controversial election result

Ruling party hoped election of Abdelmadjid Tebboune as president would end months of instabilityHuge crowds have massed in Algeria’s capital to protest against the election of a former loyalist of the deposed leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika as president in a widely boycotted poll.Demonstrators who flooded central Algiers on Friday vowed to keep up their campaign for the total dismantling of the political establishment following Abdelmadjid Tebboune’s victory in Thursday’s election. Continue...

Mass boycott and police clashes as Algeria holds disputed election

Low turnout reflects widespread disaffection with election pitting regime loyalists against each otherAn opposition call for a mass boycott of presidential elections in Algeria appeared to have succeeded on Thursday, as polls shut after a day marked by mass demonstrations, police clashes and a wave of arrests.The turnout in the election appeared to be around 20% – a victory for the country’s pro-democracy protest movement, which has derided the vote as a sham. Continue...

Protest movement likely to shun Algeria's controversial election

Opposition says this week’s poll cannot be seen as free or fair with ruling elite still in powerMillions of Algerians are to vote for a new president in a controversial poll likely to be shunned by the country’s mass protest movement, paving the way for future instability.The Hirak opposition movement, which emerged this year from weekly demonstrations against the former French colony’s political establishment, has said the poll cannot be considered free or fair while the ruling elite,...

Frustration and anger fuel wave of youth unrest in Arab world

Eight years after the Arab spring, unrest has shaken the Middle East and north Africa, amid youth joblessness and falling oil pricesA president toppled in Algeria. Renewed demonstrations in Egypt. More than 100 people killed in Iraq. The Lebanese prime minister’s resignation – brought about by protesters who say they are just getting started. It has been a year of rage across the Middle East.At the Al-Shareef coffee shop, on a dusty highway in the Jordanian capital, Amman, a waiter with a...

Stalemate in Algeria six months after start of protests that ousted leader

Demonstrators say they will persist until military-backed government is replaced by civilian democracySix months after a wave of protests began in Algeria, people are still demonstrating and the military-backed government appears determined to keep its grip on power.The demonstrations have gained a familiar rhythm since tens of thousands of Algerians first took to the streets on 22 February. Thousands of students turn out on Tuesdays and there are larger protests each Friday. Continue...

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