New Country Views
End of an era, but not of the “Pouvoir”
The Algerian opposition appears unwilling to accept a compromise that allows any member of the existing National Liberation Front (FLN)-dominated political establishment to retain power.
A number of oil and gas deals could be impacted as companies hold off on commitments to new investment. The new energy law expected in 1H 2019 could also be delayed.
Following the political transition and elections, the new Algerian president will inherit another crisis-in-the-making: the economy.
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