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Algerian council scraps July 4 presidential election

Reuters Sunday, 2 June 2019
Algeria cannot hold a presidential election planned for July 4 due to a lack of valid candidates, its constitutional council said on Sunday, prolonging the country's transition after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned two months ago.
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