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Revolution on hold? Algeria's pro-democracy movement seeks second wind

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Can Algeria reform? Thousands turn out for the second anniversary of its biggest protest movement in decades... but it's lost its momentum - first with Covid, second a military-backed regime that critics say has stalled for time. What to make of last week's freeing of political prisoners and dissolution of parliament?

Added on the 22/02/2021 21:01:19 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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