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Algerian Opposition Urged to Back Reforms

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TEHRAN, May 9 (ICANA) – Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's proposed political reforms have received little support from independent media and the opposition who claim he failed to meet calls for real change.
Monday, May 09, 2011 9:37:27 AM
Algerian Opposition Urged to Back Reforms

But Moussa Touati, the head of the Algerian National Front, has chaired a meeting to urge the opposition to back the president's proposed reforms.

Mekri Abd Alrazek, member of the Movement of Peaceful Society, has also urged the opposition to support the reforms.

The current constitution, adopted in 1996, was introduced to strengthen presidential law and ban religion-based parties following Algeria's murderous war between the military and Islamists.

Many say the trigger for the unrest was also economic, especially sharp increases in food prices.

Bouteflika says political parties, regardless of whether they are represented in parliament or not, will take part in the process. But he has never talked about changing the government or dissolving the National Assembly which is dominated by the three parties in the presidential alliance, perhaps another sign to critics of no real systemic change.

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