Ahmed Ouyahia News

Algeria's Bouteflika to seek 5th presidential term

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika's health was not "an obstacle" to performing presidential duties.

News 24 , South Africa Feb 11, 2019

Algeria's President Bouteflika to seek fifth term

Among names cited by Algerian media as possible future vice-president, are veteran former U.N. diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi and Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia.

The Star , Kenya Feb 11, 2019

Algeria's Bouteflika confirms run for 5th term

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika's health is not "an obstacle" to performing presidential duties.

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 10, 2019

Algeria’s Bouteflika confirms he will run for 5th term

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika’s health is not “an obstacle” to performing presidential duties.

The Independent , Uganda Feb 10, 2019

Algeria's President Bouteflika to seek fifth term - APS agency

Among names cited by Algerian media as a possible future vice-president are veteran former U.N. diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi and Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia.

Reuters , Africa Feb 10, 2019

Algeria's Bouteflika to seek 5th presidential term

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika's health was not "an obstacle" to performing presidential duties.

The East African , Kenya Feb 10, 2019

Algeria’s Bouteflika to seek 5th presidential term

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika’s health was not “an obstacle” to performing presidential duties.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 10, 2019

Bouteflika to seek 5th presidential term: Algeria agency | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika’s health was not “an obstacle” to performing presidential duties.

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 10, 2019

Algeria's Bouteflika confirms run for 5th term: state media

Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia has said Bouteflika's health is not "an obstacle" to performing presidential duties.

EWN , South Africa Feb 9, 2019

Algerian brain drain is pre-election headache for government

“The press has exaggerated the phenomenon ... it is a problem for all Algerians, not just the government,” Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia said in response to a reporter’s question about young doctors leaving.

Reuters , Africa Feb 6, 2019