Green Algeria Alliance

The Green Algeria Alliance (French: Alliance de l'Algérie verte), short Green Alliance is an Islamist coalition of political parties, created on 7 March 2012 for the Algerian legislative election, 2012.[1] It consists of the Movement of Society for Peace (Hamas), Islamic Renaissance Movement (Ennahda) and the Movement for National Reform (Islah).[2] The alliance is led by Bouguerra Soltani of the Hamas.[3]

References

  1. ^ Kaci Racelma (29 April 2012). "Algeria’s Islamists Seek to Form a Political Union". Al Monitor. Retrieved 17 January 2013. 
  2. ^ Slimani, Salah (10 May 2012), "Islamists Predict Victory as Algerians Head to the Polls", Bloomberg News 
  3. ^ "Algeria's Islamists confident of election victory", RNW, 7 May 2012 
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