Algeria’s NLF wins majority in parliamentary elections

Algeria's ruling National Liberation Front (NLF) and its allies have won a majority of seats in Thursday's parliamentary election. The government tried hard to get people to vote. but most Algerians did not share its enthusiasm.

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    Algeria's ruling National Liberation Front (NLF) and its allies have won a majority of seats in Thursday's parliamentary election.

    The government tried hard to get people to vote. but most Algerians did not share its enthusiasm.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Brennan explains.


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