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Bouteflika

22 Dec 2019
After months of unrest, Algerians are voting for a successor to the ousted president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. All five candidates, however, have ties to Bouteflika's regime. Many citizens are protesting the vote.
4 Apr 2019
Algeria: Out with the old... Will Bouteflika's resignation overturn the system?
2 Apr 2019
Algeria's Bouteflika to stand down by end of April.
1 Apr 2019
President Bouteflika kept his army chief — who earlier this week had called the president medically unfit for office — as a deputy minister. The ailing leader has faced weeks of street protests against his 20-year rule.
27 Mar 2019
Algeria’s army chief signals end to Bouteflika’s 20 year rule.
17 Mar 2019
Algeria Protests: Over a million people march against President Bouteflika.
4 Mar 2019
Tens of thousands of Algerians rally against Bouteflika’s bid for a fifth term in power.

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