Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Don't give them any ideas

The BBC for December 30 had something I bet Karl Rove read with interest.
An Algerian court has frozen the activities of the country's main political party in what appears to be an intensifying power struggle.

The National Liberation Front, formerly the sole ruling party, split this year between supporters and opponents of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

A majority backed party leader Ali Benflis after he announced a bid for the presidency in next year's election.

The court questioned the legality of Mr Benflis' nomination by the party acting on a request by the FLN's pro-Bouteflika faction.
"Hmmm. Ordering a party to stop its activity. Hmmm. Well, the Supreme Court delivered on Florida, I wonder if...."

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