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Talks open to revise Algeria constitution

Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika chairs a meeting with Algeria's Prime Minister and Chief of Staff (both unseen) at a hospital in Paris, on June 11, 2013Consultations opened Sunday to reform Algeria’s disputed constitution, which President Abdelaziz Bouteflika amended to win a third term in office in 2008 and a fourth in April. A revised charter, promised by Bouteflika after his re-election, would bar any future president from serving more than two consecutive terms and introduce several other changes. The national news agency APS said talks to amend the constitution headed by former prime minister Ahmed Ouyahia kicked off at the presidential compound. Ouyahia held his first meeting with Seguir Babes who heads Algeria’s National Economic and Social Council and was due to hold also talks with other figures.

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