Algerians Hold The Largest Anti-Bouteflika Demonstration

Is this the last cusp of freedom for Algerians, or does Bouteflika have one last play?

Thousands of Algerians gathered in the capital to demand the immediate resignation of President, despite him dropping his bid for a fifth term. On March 11th, the President announced that he would no longer be returning for the fifth term. But it appears his announcement has come too little too late for the protesters.

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Abdelaziz Bouteflika , born 2 March 1937, is an Algerian politician, who has been the fifth president of Algeria since 1999. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1963 to 1979

Their demand has since gained momentum, and they are not only demanding for the resignation of the President, but that those with him in government should also go.

The Sub Saharan Africans must key into peaceful protests to demand the end of tyranny in their country’s. The lack of developmental progress in Africa, is due to the fact that those that found themselves in public offices end up to abuse power, and the people they are supposed to lead.

For Sub Saharan Africans to move forward, most of the self imposing presidents must be made to leave office and disgracefully, so their predicesor’s would learn not to take their citizens for granted!

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