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   People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
Al Jumhuriyah al Jaza'iriyah ad Dimuqratiyah ash Sha'biyah
Al Jaza'ir الجزائر



Famous Cities in Algeria
Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Batna, Bab Ezzouar,

Algerian Cities
Annaba, Sidi Bel Abbes, Ech Chettia, Bejaia, Skikda, El Achir, Medea, Bechar, Tlemcen, Mostaganem, El Eulma, Saida, Guelma, Bordj el Kiffan, Ain Oussera, Laghoua, Ain Beida, Baraki, Oum el Bouaghi, Messaad, Barika, Beni Mered, Aflou,
El Khroub, Rouissat, Berrouaghia, Ksar el Boukhari, Khemis Miliana, Azzaba, Tamanrasset, Ain Touta, Cheria, Birkhadem, Chelghoum el Aid, Sidi Aissa, Larba, Mila, Bir el Ater, Sougueur, Ain Fakroun, Tolga, Es Senia, Bir el Djir, Akbou, Besbes,
Sidi Khaled, Ain Sefra, Frenda, Bougara, Hamma Bouziane, Reguiba, Meftah, Oued Rhiou, Boufarik, Sig, Ksar Chellala,
Sidi Moussa,'Ain Temouchent, Ras el Oued, Lakhdaria, Drean, Reghaia, Boghni, Dar Chioukh, Sedrata, Djamaa, Mansoura, Telerghma, Remchi, Birine, Sour el Ghozlane, Metlili Chaamba, Khemis el Khechna, Timimoun, I-n-Salah, Touggourt, Merouana, Kerkera, El Hadjar, Beni Saf, 'Ain el Turk, Boudouaou, Berriane, Oued Fodda, Bou Arfa, El Attaf, El Affroun, `Ain el Hadjel, Hennaya, Tazoult-Lambese, Draa el Mizan, Timizart, Sebdou, Tebesbest, Souma

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Executive branch:
chief of state: President Abdelaziz BOUTEFLIKA (since 28 April 1999)
head of government: Prime Minister Ahmed OUYAHIA (since 9 May 2003)
cabinet: Cabinet of Ministers appointed by the president
elections: president elected by popular vote for a five-year term; election last held 8 April 2004 (next to be held NA April 2009); prime minister appointed by the president
election results: Abdelaziz BOUTEFLIKA reelected president for second term; percent of vote - Abdelaziz BOUTEFLIKA 85%, Ali BENFLIS 6.4%, Abdellah DJABALLAH 5%


32,531,853 (July 2005 est.)

Arabic (official), French, Berber dialects

Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Morocco and Tunisia

arid to semiarid; mild, wet winters with hot, dry summers along coast; drier with cold winters and hot summers on high plateau; sirocco is a hot, dust/sand-laden wind especially common in summer

Land boundaries:
total: 6,343 km
border countries: Libya 982 km, Mali 1,376 km, Mauritania 463 km, Morocco 1,559 km, Niger 956 km, Tunisia 965 km, Western Sahara 42 km

After more than a century of rule by France, Algerians fought through much of the 1950s to achieve independence in 1962. Algeria's primary political party, the National Liberation Front (FLN), has dominated politics ever since. Many Algerians in the subsequent generation were not satisfied, however, and moved to counter the FLN's centrality in Algerian politics. The surprising first round success of the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) in the December 1991 balloting spurred the Algerian army to intervene and postpone the second round of elections to prevent what the secular elite feared would be an extremist-led government from assuming power. The army began a crack down on the FIS that spurred FIS supporters to begin attacking government targets. The government later allowed elections featuring pro-government and moderate religious-based parties, but did not appease the activists who progressively widened their attacks. The fighting escalated into an insurgency, which saw intense fighting between 1992-98 and which resulted in over 100,000 deaths - many attributed to indiscriminate massacres of villagers by extremists. The government gained the upper hand by the late-1990s and FIS's armed wing, the Islamic Salvation Army, disbanded in January 2000. However, small numbers of armed militants persist in confronting government forces and conducting ambushes and occasional attacks on villages. The army placed Abdelaziz BOUTEFLIKA in the presidency in 1999 in a fraudulent election but claimed neutrality in his 2004 landslide reelection victory. Longstanding problems continue to face BOUTEFLIKA in his second term, including the ethnic minority Berbers' ongoing autonomy campaign, large-scale unemployment, a shortage of housing, unreliable electrical and water supplies, government inefficiencies and corruption, and the continuing - although significantly degraded - activities of extremist militants. Algeria must also diversify its petroleum-based economy, which has yielded a large cash reserve but which has not been used to redress Algeria's many social and infrastructure problems. Algeria assumed a two-year seat on the UN Security Council in January 2004.

Administrative divisions:
48 provinces (wilayas, singular - wilaya); Adrar, Ain Defla, Ain Temouchent, Alger, Annaba, Batna, Bechar, Bejaia, Biskra, Blida, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Bouira, Boumerdes, Chlef, Constantine, Djelfa, El Bayadh, El Oued, El Tarf, Ghardaia, Guelma, Illizi, Jijel, Khenchela, Laghouat, Mascara, Medea, Mila, Mostaganem, M'Sila, Naama, Oran, Ouargla, Oum el Bouaghi, Relizane, Saida, Setif, Sidi Bel Abbes, Skikda, Souk Ahras, Tamanghasset, Tebessa, Tiaret, Tindouf, Tipaza, Tissemsilt, Tizi Ouzou, Tlemcen

International organization participation:
ABEDA, AfDB, AFESD, AMF, AMU, AU, BIS, FAO, G-15, G-24, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICCt (signatory), ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IDB, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ISO, ITU, LAS, MIGA, MONUC, NAM, OAPEC, OAS (observer), OIC, ONUB, OPCW, OPEC, OSCE (partner), UN, UN Security Council (temporary), UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNMEE, UPU, WCO, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTO (observer)

GDP (purchasing power parity):
$237 billion (2005 est.)

GDP - per capita:
purchasing power parity - $7,300 (2005 est.)

GDP - composition by sector:
agriculture: 10%
industry: 59.5%
services: 30.5% (2005 est.)

Agriculture - products:
wheat, barley, oats, grapes, olives, citrus, fruits; sheep, cattle

petroleum, natural gas, light industries, mining, electrical, petrochemical, food processing

                          By the Courtesy of  World Fact Book Algeria and Wikipedia




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