The 2010–12 Algerian protests were a continuing series of protests taking place
throughout ... Towards the end of his second term, Bouteflika amended the
constitution to allow himself to run f...
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 ...
May 19, 2012 ... Algerians Belittle Elections, but Not Enough to Protest ... But the Arab Spring is
not happening in Algeria, at least not now. ... On highly favorable terms — rock-
bottom interest rates, eight to nine years before repayment of ...
The remaining two MENA states covered in this report, Algeria and Morocco,
have so ... Tunisia and Egypt, which touched off the Arab Spring by ousting their
.... facto military coup oversaw a return to free and fair elections at the end of
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).
May 9, 2012 ... Fear of return to violence of 1990s – and alleged electoral fraud – help keep the
FLN in ... Algerians to go to polls in nation left behind by Arab spring ... were
killed when they staged a protest demanding the end of French rule.
Jan 21, 2016 ... 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 ... At the end Bouteflika won the elections with 73.79%.
May 31, 2012 ... Algeria's recent parliamentary elections, with the ruling party winning almost half
of the seats, left some ... Is it accurate to say that Algeria is “immune” from the
Arab Spring as some have argued? .... End of document ...
May 25, 2012 ... Contrasted overtures to the Arab Spring in Algeria and Tunisia (Jean-Pierre
Séréni) ... housing, participatory governance, ending corruption and nepotism). ...
political parties have been authorized to take part in the elections.
Apr 23, 2014 ... Algeria post-election: The democratic struggle continues ... of the “Arab Spring”
nor any international involvement in Algeria. ... Near the end of the 21 March
debate, a young woman opined from the floor: “What should we do?