Algeria's Top Job? No Thanks
According to reports on national radio, the deadline to register for the country's controversial presidential election has passed without a single candidate putting themselves forward.
No Runners in Presidential Race
RFI, 26 May 2019
A deadline to register for Algeria's controversial presidential election has passed without a single candidate putting themselves forward, according to reports on national radio. Read more »
Protesters in Algeria (file photo).
4 July Presidential Election - Candidacy Submission Deadline Expires Saturday
Algerie Presse Service, 23 May 2019
The deadline for the submission of candidacy for 4 July presidential election, with the Constitutional Council expires on Saturday at midnight, in accordance with Article 140 of… Read more »
What's Next for Post-Bouteflika Era Under General Salah?
DW, 11 May 2019
With ousted President Bouteflika gone, Algeria's army minister, Ahmed Gaid Salah, has become the country's most powerful figure. Whether he can or will lead Algeria to democracy,… Read more »
International Open Letter of Solidarity With Sudan and Algeria
SudaNow, 23 May 2019
Trade unionists, MPs and campaigners have launched the open letter below to build solidarity across the labour and trade union movement around the world with the uprisings in Sudan… Read more »
Algeria, Sudan and the Power of Protest
ISS, 24 May 2019
In the past two months, historic anti-government protests across Algeria and Sudan have forced their ageing autocrats to resign after decades of repressive rule. In Algeria,… Read more »
The youngest brother Said Bouteflika had served as a top advisor to the presidency for more than a decade and Generals Bachir Athimane Tartag and Mohamed Mediene both served as ... Read more »
According to the Constitution, Abdelkader Bensalah will assume the function of the sead of state for a maximum period of 90 days, during which presidential elections will be ... Read more »