Algeria’s presidential coalition parties announced the nomination of incumbent President Abdelaziz Bouteflika for a fifth official term in elections scheduled for next April.
“The coalition nominates Mujahid Abdelaziz Bouteflika for the upcoming presidential elections, in recognition of the wisdom of his choices and the appreciation of his important achievements,” the statement said.
“The nomination comes to complete Bouteflika’s ambitious reform program for a united, reconciled and prosperous Algeria.”
“President Bouteflika is the leader of reconciliation and reconciliation and leader of reform and development,” the statement said.
The Algerian National Rally for Democracy (NDA) has confirmed its support for the candidacy of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 81, for a fifth term in the April 2019 presidential election.
“There are challenges that require more national recruitment and we are very hopeful that President Bouteflika is running, and that the way the Algerians are chosen by sovereignty will be a combination of efforts and the approach of forces towards a national consensus,” said Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia. , Because the country needs to be reunited to meet the various challenges. “
Ouyahia stressed that his party “needs more work and recruitment because it is today a cohesive force with a 23-year political discourse.”
The National Democratic Alliance, together with the National Liberation Front (FLN), is the ruling coalition in both houses of parliament.