For we’re marching toward Algiers

Originally posted on AbsurdBeats:
Ah yes, another round in the endless presidential campaign and, as promised, I make no predictions. I do have opinions, though, on who I like more, and less, and otherwise, on the Dem side. On the More side: Kirsten Gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren Less: Joe Biden, Cory Booker, John Kerry, Tulsi Gabbard,…

Algeria’s presidential elections of April 18, 2019

These presidential election will, in the face of internal challenges have to confront the numerous geo-strategic issues as elaborated on below in sixteen points. Indeed, but before we go into that, and because the present electoral law allows any Algerian with any record to run as a candidate, how can we not see that there […]

The army that turned into a political party

In Algeria today, while a succession of cold air waves is planned from Sunday on the north of the country, the current president called the Electoral Corps for the next presidential elections due on April 18, 2019. Certain members of the opposition stated that as off the country’s independence, it was always the armed forces […]

In North Africa’s political spheres, stepping down from rule

In North Africa’s political spheres, Algeria’s Bouteflika reaching his mandate end by April, stepping down from rule looks more like a bet placed on his health condition than any constitutional arrangement. In next door Tunisia, the president has a history of brain strokes that also placed him on a wheelchair. Youssef Cherif wrote on January […]