A waiting game

Thomas, Karen
November 1999
Middle East;Nov99, Issue 295, p6
Focuses on the peace referendum to end the civil war in Algeria. Proposed amnesty of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika; Impact of the civil war on the economy; Supporters and detractors of Bouteflika and the referendum; Algeria's relationship with the United States, France, Switzerland and Morocco.


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