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NEW YORK- United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Friday has congratulated Algeria on the "peaceful conduct" of the 4 May legislative elections, said his spokesperson Stephane Dujarric in a statement.
ORAN- The official festivities marking the celebration of the National Student Day, coinciding with the 61st anniversary of the students’ strike (19 May 1956), were held Friday at Oran’s Ahmed-Ben Bella University which hosted several activities under the theme “Students: yesterday’s glory, today’s pride.”
ORAN (Algeria)- President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika stressed Friday the role of the intellectual elites in meeting the new challenges faced by our country and the crisis induced by oil prices drop in the international markets.
ORAN (Algeria)- President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika said Friday students provided to the Algerian Revolution (1954-1962) an added value in terms of fighting strategy, diplomacy, information, culture and awareness raising.
WASHINGTON (United States)- Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ramtane Lamamra met Thursday, in Washington, Algeria caucus members at the US Congress with whom he discussed how to boost Algerian-American economic relations.
ALGIERS- The Constitutional Council on Thursday said that 47 appeals among the 167 appeals filed by some political parties and candidates, who challenged the legislative elections' results announced on 10 may 2017, were found groundless.
ALGIERS-The first plenary session of the People's National Assembly (Lower House of Parliament) under the 8th term resulting from the legislative polls on 4 May will take place Tuesday in accordance with Constitution, APS learnt from the Lower House.
ALGIERS- The Constitutional Council on Thursday has announced that 20 appeals were declared admissible and 275 others were rejected among the 295 appeals filed by the political parties and independent candidates that run in the legislative elections of 4 May 2017.
ALGIERS – The National Liberation Front (FLN) party lost three seats at the new People’s National Assembly (Lower House) as the Constitutional Council announced Thursday the results of the examination of the appeals lodged by the parties and candidates, following the 4 May Legislative Elections.
ALGIERS-The Constitutional Council has announced Thursday the final results of the legislative polls held on 4 May 2017 to elect MPs of the People's National Assembly (Lower House of Parliament), after the examination appeals.

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