New Algerian prime minister wants dialogue with opposition

Says new government open to all, term to last one year maximum

14 March, 12:34

    ROME - Algeria's new prime minister, Noureddine Bedoui, is calling on opposition parties to dialogue and said the new "technocratic" government will be "open to all" and that its term will last no longer than one year, according to local media.
    Bedoui was unexpectedly named prime minister on Monday by President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, following the former prime minister's resignation in the wake of mass protests in the country against Bouteflika's intention to run for a fifth presidential term, which he has since dropped.
    Bedoui said the "inclusive" national conference's procedures for deciding the elections will be established by the executive branch.

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