Algeria’s presidential campaign is in trouble. Candidates are struggling to fill rally venues, campaign managers have quit, voters have pelted campaign headquarters with tomatoes and eggs, and the country’s 9-month-old pro-democracy movement calls the whole thing a sham.
An Algerian woman gestures by a poster showing Algeria's army chief Gen.Ahmed Gaid Salah during a march against EU interference into Algeria's policy. (AP)
Algerian demonstrators chant slogans against the upcoming presidential election as they carry national flags during an anti-government protest in the center of the capital Algiers on November 26, 2019. (AFP)
An Algerian demonstrator holds a placard that reads "no vote" during a protest against the government and the upcoming presidential elections in Algiers, Algeria, Friday, Nov.29, 2019. (AP)