Algeria: Referendum - President Tebboune's Wife Fulfills Electoral Duty in Place of Her Husband

Algiers — The wife of President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, on Sunday in Algiers cast her ballot on the draft constitutional amendment instead of her husband who is in Germany for treatment.

The first lady, who was accompanied by members of her family, carried out her electoral duty at the Ahmed Aroua school in Staoueli (Algiers West).

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