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US News Algeria: Obsts at least for former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika

16:30  19 september  2021
16:30  19 september  2021 Source:   france24.com

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The exposure of the remains of Abdelaziz Bouteflika at the People's Palace in Algiers, announced initially, has been canceled. The bodies of her predecessors and even her former Chief of Staff, Ahmed Gaïd Salah, have all been exposed in this palace before being buried.

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The embarrassment and the nervousness of the authorities are palpable in Algeria since the announcement of the death of the former president. Abdelaziz Bouteflika will be buried Sunday, September 19th in the square of the martyrs of El Alia cemetery in Algiers, reserved for the heroes of the war of independence, but he will be entitled to less honors than his predecessors.

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driven out of power in 2019 after twenty years at the head of Algeria , Abdelaziz Bouteflika died on Friday at the age of 84 years in his medical residence in Zerralda (West D'Algiers).

He who was also for 14 years Chief of Algerian diplomacy in the 1970s must be buried after the prayer of noon, according to state television.

The exposure of its remains to the People's Palace in Algiers, announced initially, has been canceled, according to concordant sources. However, this apparatic building had been preparations for such a recollection in the presence of high dignitaries of the country.

The bodies of the predecessors of Bouteflika and even his former Chief of Staff Ahmed Gaïd Salah have all been exposed in this palace before being buried.

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According to the private radio M, the funeral procession will leave directly from Zerralda, where the former president lived from a stroke in 2013, towards the cemetery of El Alia, about ten km away. Access has been limited to public national media.

It will be "an official funeral procession, with a protocol and safe deployment" of use and "the mortal remains of the former head of state will be brought by a military tank," said the radio. President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, members of the government and foreign diplomats will be present at the cemetery.

Then, Abdelaziz Bouteflika will be buried on the square of the martyrs where his predecessors rest, alongside the figures of the war of independence (1954-1962).

Fear of weakened and aphasic manifestations since its stroke, the former president had been forced to resign April 2, 2019, after almost two months of massive demonstrations of the Hirak Pro-Democracy Movement against his intention to shine a 5th term consecutive.

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at the end of several hours of floating without official response to the death of the former President, President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, who was prime minister under Bouteflika, decreed the establishment of the national flag "for three days", to honor " The Mujahid (independence fighter, NDLR) Abdelaziz Bouteflika ".

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These processes illustrate, according to observers, fears of hostile manifestations against an ex-president in the Ternie image. "I imagine that decision makers are nervous because there is a lot of hatred around the figure of Bouteflika on social networks," says AFP Isabelle Werenfels, Swiss researcher Maghreb specialist at the German Institute SWP.

"They do not know what to do because among the political, economic and administrative elites, there are a rather important number of people who are products or profiteers of the Bouteflika era," she adds.

According to the professor, the current leaders "seek to stand out from him but they can not or do not want to go to the oblivion of history."

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The former heads of state have been buried with the greatest honors, like the first president of independent Algeria Ahmed Ben Bella (1963-1965) who was entitled to solemn funeral April 2012.

Bouteflika, who had then decreed a national mourning of eight days, had personally accompanied the coffin of the People's Palace to El Alia Cemetery, in the presence of the whole political class and high leaders of the Maghreb.

The death of the third president of Algeria (from 1979 to 1992), Chadli Bendjedid, at the origin of a democratization of the institutions, had also been followed by national funeral and a mourning of eight days, in 2012.

Sign of the embarrassment of the authorities, the official media mentioned by brief the death of the fallen president. And the state television waited 24 hours to mention in its diary the major stages of a political course of nearly 60 years, without lingering further action.

Abroad, the King of Morocco Mohammed VI sent a message of "condolences and compassion" to Algerian president after the death of Bouteflika, in the highlights between Algiers and Rabat.

with AFP

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