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the books to an old two weeks of protests Algeria's president Abdelaziz beach of feca has announced he will not run for a fifth time but he's also delaying the apron election full an indeterminate amount of time , for now that all reports of jubilation from the thousands of people demonstrating against his initial bid to run again he's eighty two years old I'm rule for twenty years but his ready being seen in public since suffering a stroke in twenty thirteen , the protesters rejects him and the entire establishment dominated by veterans of the war of independence against problems that ended in nineteen sixty two usually because opponents say they don't believe he's in a fit state to run the country suspecting he was being kept in place to protect the group of the ministry and business and the , in a dramatic set of events on Monday the government promised a new constitution will be submitted to the public for a referendum and the country's prime minister resigned with a cabinet reshuffle Slee sit ins you course beautifully guy has faced significant criticism from former allies throughout the process more than a thousand court judges said on Monday they refuse to ever see the election if he stood and religious clerics that they would not accept government orders about wars to preach