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May 07, 2007
A supporter holds a poster of Louisa Hanoun, leader of Algeria's Workers Party and candidate for the...
Algiers, Algeria
A supporter holds a poster of Louisa Hanoun, leader of Algeria's Workers Party and candidate for the...
A supporter holds a poster of Louisa Hanoun, leader of Algeria's Workers Party and candidate for the upcoming parliamentary elections, during a rally in Algiers May 7, 2007. Lacking jobs and housing and worried by political violence, Algerians want change but suspect a new parliament due to be elected on May 17 won't deliver it. The apathy among many of the 33 million population appears born of a widespread conviction that the 389-seat assembly is dominated by a powerful executive and made up of politicians happy to rubber stamp its decisions. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
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