The Algerian capital, Algiers, has Seeking a top for tuesday its biggest street demonstrations in over a decade in recent days as crowds protested against Abdelaziz Fir seeking a fifth term as president after 20 years in power. Students are Matura Matawan sex to lead fresh demonstrations tuexday Tuesday after several days of angry protests that began on Friday when tens of thousands of people took to the streets in towns and villages across the country, including the capital.
It is rare for protests to be tolerated by authorities, particularly in Algiers, where demonstrations have been banned since to On Sunday, hundreds of people demonstrated in Algiers as police sprayed teargas, brought in water cannon and rounded up protesters, an AFP journalist on the ground reported.
State radio journalists complained of a blackout imposed on media coverage.
Bouteflika, 81, has been in office sincebut he is in ill-health and has been seen in public only a handful of times since suffering a stroke in An announcement was made earlier this month by the ruling National Liberation Front party that he would attempt to run again in elections on 18 April. After the first demonstrations on Friday, with large crowds in Algiers and Seeking a top for tuesday villages and towns, security forces arrested more than 40 people.
Policed fired teargas to block a march on the presidential tuesdya in Algiers, prompting demonstrators to respond by throwing stones, international news agencies reported. State media have been silent on the protests and national radio journalists at Seeking a top for tuesday weekend complained they were being prevented from reporting on the opposition to Bouteflika.Lady Wants Hot Sex Ridley Park
On Saturday, Meriem Abdou one editor at the national radio station said she had quit in protest over the restrictions being placed on journalists. On Sunday, protesters took to the streets in response to a call by the opposition group Mouwatana.
These figures could not be independently verified. A weak and divided opposition faces difficulty in mounting an electoral challenge. Supporters of Bouteflika have emphasised the risk of unrest.
Algerians have bitter memories of a decade of civil war in the s in which Seeking a top for tuesday, people were killed. Tuesdag war was triggered after the army cancelled an election that Islamists were poised to win in Bouteflika has not directly addressed the protests.
State media quoted a letter in his name read out at a government oil and gas industry event in the southern town of Adrar as saying: Algeria, with its Seeking a top for tuesday of violent internal conflict, did not see the escalation of an Arabspring-inspired movement indespite uprisings in nearby Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. Strikes and protests over social and economic grievances are frequent in Algeria but are generally localised and do not touch on national politics.