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Algeria

Ali Haddad

Date of Birth: 27 January 1965
Place of Birth: Azeffoun


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Protests flush out the old guard

Security Services Coordinator Major General Athmane 'Bachir' Tartag and the Bouteflika clan's most prominent business ally Ali Haddad have already departed the scene – literally in Haddad's case as he was arrested trying to cross the Tunisian border by car early on 31 March carrying a British passport and large sums of money local media reported...

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A spring in the step

The group – which also includes former prime ministers Abdelmalek Sellal and Ahmed Ouhiaya employers' federation boss Ali Haddad and chief of staff General Ahmed Gaïd Salah – seriously underestimated the extent to which they have lost credibility particularly among young Algerians or the strength of the winds of change blowing through Algeria...


A stasis of emergency

Sources say he still influences policy supported by younger brother Saïd Bouteflika who has run the presidential office while also protecting the family's business interests – supported by recently re-elected president of the employers' organisation (Forum des Chefs d'Entreprise) Ali Haddad – and cultivating a network of political and security allies...


The sick men of North Africa

Construction magnate Ali Haddad a business friend of Saïd Bouteflika's is likely to remain head of the flagship of Algerian crony capitalism the Forum des Chefs d'Entreprise (FCE) despite claims this summer that even his head might roll as the El Bouchi cocaine smuggling scandal highlighted wider abuses of governance (AC Vol 59 No 14 Dead in the water)...


Dead in the water

His close allies led by wealthy Forum des chefs d'entreprise (FCE) head Ali Haddad will require assurances of protection in a post-Boutef world...


Cold war and glacial change

Their loyalty – so far – has allowed the 'presidential clan' to maintain its dominance giving huge influence to the President's brother Saïd Bouteflika and his close allies such as Ali Haddad (AC Vol 58 No 17 The state stays captured)...


The state stays captured

Anti-Tebboune leakers pounced on presidential disapproval of the premier's unsanctioned vacation while media close to Saïd Bouteflika's favourite businessman Forum des Chefs d'Entreprise (FCE) chief Ali Haddad suggested the Philippe meeting was intended to garner support for a presidential bid by Tebboune in 2019 – when some loyalists believe the octogenarian president could stand again...


Polls provide no answers

FCE chief Ali Haddad has been visiting the regions to explain why the regime's investment policy is right for Algerian business and to persuade companies to penetrate sub-Saharan markets...


Bouteflika unbowed

This is a rare sign that a more dynamic local economy is emerging despite years of political stasis and Le Pouvoir's method of working with a small network of favoured business bosses in the employers' federation the Forum des chefs d'entreprises led by a Saïd Bouteflika ally Ali Haddad...


Cold and hot wars

Countering MoroccoAlgerian business leaders led by Forum des Chefs d'Entreprise leader Ali Haddad have been told to counter Moroccan business influence...


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