Algerian prime minister Tebboune after three months from office dismissed
The Algerian prime minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune, after less than three months in office, dismissed. President Abdelaziz Bouteflika be Ahmed Ouyahia on Tuesday as a replacement.
An official reason for the forced leave of Tebboune was not given. He would have problems with an influential businessman, which are among the closest confidants of the head of state is considered.
Algeria chose in may a new parliament. The National liberation front (FLN), Bouteflika became the largest party. Ouyahia is a member of coalition partner, the National Democratic Alliance (RND). He is an experienced politician. The 65-year-old Ouyahia held the post of prime minister are already a number of times previously, the last in the period 2008-2012.