The former prime minister, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, from Algeria, will take place on Thursday as the president will be elected. The Algerian army is the biggest political player in the country, wrote to the election, in the hope that the policy of the country recover from months of protests.
Tebboune was that more than half of the votes cast. Because of this, there is no second round is needed. According to the authorities, it was a good turnout with about 40 per cent, the lowest ever.
The ex-prime minister follows, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, on. Bouteflika was in april of this year to resign, after the people’s army of revolt had come at his aid. He has more than twenty years on the force.
It has been ten months, and the regularly-showcased in the united arab emirates. Also on Thursday were the thousands of protesters on to the streets in an attempt to bring the boycott. In some areas, this led to clashes with the police. Also, polling stations throughout the country, and attacked. This went for several polling stations later in the day.
According to the protestors, the elections are a sham, because all of the presidential candidates eastman, from the regime of Bouteflika are. This is what the status quo want to make sure that it is the political elite of the elite in Algeria remains in power.
Tebboune has held several ministerial posts in the government of Bouteflika.