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Algeria army chief wants judiciary to prosecute members of ruling elite

Reuters Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Algeria's army chief of staff said he expects the judiciary to prosecute some of what protesters call the corrupt ruling elite and he pledged to support a transition expected to lead to elections, Ennahar television reported.
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