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Mouloud Hamrouche

Date of Birth: 3 January 1943


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Protests flush out the old guard

This government might include other figures who have retained some integrity such as former Prime Ministers Mouloud Hamrouche (though he has said he's not interested) Ali Benflis (a distinguished human rights lawyer and former FLN head who fell out with Bouteflika) and Ahmed Benbitour who has aligned with the Mouwatana opposition movement (AC Vol 55 No 12 Adrift in dangerous waters)...

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A stasis of emergency

A mid-January appearance of respected early 1990s prime minister Mouloud Hamrouche led to the usual speculation that a credible alternative candidate might emerge but this is unlikely...


The long goodbye

The local press will continue to recycle talk of constitutional revisions – including the appointment of a vice-president – and a possible mid-term retirement that might allow a regime-approved civilian politician to take office such as Presidential Office Director Ahmed Ouyahia Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal reformist ex-Premier Mouloud Hamrouche or regular presidential candidate Ali Benflis...


Adrift in dangerous waters

The respected former Prime Minister Mouloud Hamrouche wisely refused invitations to take part in the elections...


Leadership in limbo

Former FLN Secretary General Abdelaziz Belkhadem is among several mentioned as potential candidates but they such as the respected late 1980s Premier Mouloud Hamrouche and others have powerful enemies...


Victory in a vacuum

Genuine candidates such as former President Lamine Zéroual and former Premier Mouloud Hamrouche had decided it was not even worthwhile signalling any real interest in standing...


Fresh start for old faces

Other potential establishment candidates include the Arab-Islamist totem former Foreign Minister Ahmed Taleb Ibrahimi and several ex-premiers including Mouloud Hamrouche...


Split parties, stout leaders

Possible contenders now include: ex-Premier (until 1991) Mouloud Hamrouche; ex-Foreign Minister Ahmed Taleb Ibrahimi; and leading 'legalised' Islamist politician Sheikh Abdallah Djaballah who leads El Islah (National Reform Movement) and has built on his Skikda regional power base to make his party the third largest in the Assemblée Populaire Nationale...


Boutef rides his luck

Long-time observers of economic policy believe the government backed by Bouteflika's aide Abdelhak Bouhafs (now returned to running state energy company Sonatrach) will revive the reformist programme advocated since Mouloud Hamrouche's government in the late 1980s - but without the privatising zeal its foreign supporters expect...


Bienvenue à Alger

Boutef's moves are sidelining establishment opposition leaders such as Ahmed Taleb Ibrahimi and Mouloud Hamrouche who took the moral high ground at the polls...


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