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- Latest Global Voices Algeria Posts
- Featured Global Voices Posts – Algeria Protests 2011
- Twitter – Including key hashtags
Since February 12, 2011, (#Feb12) Algerians have been demonstrating against corruption, high unemployment and an a rise in basic goods prices, even though the country is the fourth largest exporter of crude oil in Africa and an important producer of natural gas. Protesters have also called for the resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who has been in power since 1999. His supporters changed the constitution so he could run for election for a third term, which he won in 2009. The government says protesters make up a minority of Algeria's population. Several people have been injured as police and pro-government gangs in Algeria confront protesters.
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Latest Global Voices Algeria Posts
Featured Global Voices Posts – Algeria Protests 2011
02 Jan – From Sidi Bouzid to Kinshasa: Francophone Africa in 2011
25 Sep – Algeria: Football Matches New Venue to Air Dissent
14 Jun – Algeria: No Protests, but Strikes Continue
06 May – Algeria: Rachad Movement Website No Longer Censored; Radio Kalima Still Is
25 Feb – Will Algeria Follow Tunisia and Egypt?
21 Feb – Arab World: The Great Social Media Debate
20 Feb – Algeria: Protesters Hurt as Police Try to Halt Demonstration
20 Feb – Arab World: The Uprisings Continue
12 Feb – Algeria: Protesters at #Feb12 March Arrested, Beaten
01 Feb – Arab World: A Revolution Time-Table
16 Jan – Arab World: After Tunisia, Who's Next?
11 Jan – Algeria: Is Revolt Contagious?
10 Jan – Tunisia, Algeria: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Hashtags: #Feb12 | #Algeria | #Algerie