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there is a growing number of young educated middle class professionals in Algeria and they want to strike the fortune elsewhere somewhere far away from their homeland like Europe local states the country's eighty one year old president Abdelaziz busa feca announced on Saturday that he intends to seek a fifth term in office despite his poor health bars no matter who wins upcoming national elections many young people don't think it's worth it to stay in the country like China as adults sat in her residency , and then the one yeah Algeria's economy is heavily run by the states and it keeps the salaries low compared to their counterparts abroad needy fifteen thousand Algerian doctors like Jackie now's not working from and full thousand mole is seeking what pleases overseas this exodus of doctors engineers on all the highly skilled workers is a huge headache for the government because they want to influence it's largely used Bellatrix ahead of the vote on April eighteenth the ruling FNN policy selected beautifully cut again for quite continuity and stability and they didn't accept all the blame for the brain drain of the use either they contend that the situation scale has been exaggerated by the media where the basically cut and the rest of the aging ruling elite could connect with young people is an open ended question in the postal authorities couldn't show public support by increasing salaries all welfare programs but ninety five percent of the government's budget comes from oil and gas revenues on there's have hauled in recent years