The most radical discourse from Arab Spring into the still ongoing civil wars took
.... of unrest sparked by the Tunisian "Burning Man" struck Algeria, Jordan, Egypt,
... election of a par...
Apr 18, 2014 ... As Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika secured his fourth term in office,
many are wondering whether the 2010-11 Arab uprisings have had ...
Apr 29, 2014 ... Hope can only get you so far, as participants in the Arab Spring are ... It's meant
as a comment on the Algerian presidential election, but it could ...
For similar reasons, the first post-uprising elections in some countries will likely
be ... of a dictator represents only the beginning of the end of authoritarian
governance. ... The remaining two MENA states covered in this report, Algeria
and Morocco, have ... Tunisia and Egypt, which touched off the Arab Spring by
ousting their ...
www.wilsoncenter.org/sites/default/files/Algeria's Islamists Crushed in First Arab Spring Elections.pdf
Algeria's first elections since the beginning of the Arab Spring have resulted in
the unexpectedly .... The results put an abrupt end to such great expectations.
... “Algeria Three. Years After the Arab Spring,” The German Marshall Fund of the
United .... In 1999, in an effort to put an end to the violence and improve the ... Re-
elected Algeria's President Despite Low Turnout,” El-Khabar, April 22,. 2014.
Dec 22, 2014 ... The elections in Algeria in 1991 made the intentions of the West clear. ... Arab
Spring showed the younger generations something that older ...
May 9, 2014 ... Algeria has avoided the eruptions of the Arab Spring partly because of the recent
memory of civil war that Bouteflika helped end, the state's ...
The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria is an Islamic, Arab and Amazigh (
Berber) country. ... But while officials have billed the elections as 'an Algerian
spring' they were mainly ... At the end Bouteflika won the elections with 73.79%.
Apr 19, 2014 ... Even if the Arab spring has sorely disappointed, dictators, even benevolent ones
... That is the lesson from Algeria's bogus election (see article).