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Algeria's president is expected to return to the country on some day off to two weeks in a Swiss hospital Abdelaziz musically Coble lab amid mass protests that pose a significant threat to his twenty year rule , a Reese's witness saw an Algerian government played down at a Geneva airport on Sunday said to be the cross which will take the president home , many of the protest is all young Algerians desperate for jobs and unemployment corruption and an elderly elites older Algerians wounded by the civil war in the nineteen nineties tolerated crackdowns on dissent in exchange for stability but now some have appeared at demonstrations to Dimond reforms , even if musically because position becomes untenable it's not clear who could replace him for years rumors have swirled about potential successes but no one credible has emerged to has the backing of the all of me on delete and is not in the seventies or eighties