Algeria-North African state, bordering Tunisia and Libya to the east, Morocco to the west and Niger, Mali and Mauritania to the south.
2,381,741 square km (of which about 2,000,000 in the Saharan region), 27,800,000 ab.
Is Algeria part of Africa or Europe?
Algeria is a semi-presidential Republic, whose legislative activity is carried out by two chambers: the National Assembly is elected by direct suffrage and consists of 462 deputies, while the Senate has 144 members, of which 96 are elected for a 6-year term and 48 are presidential appointees.
Algeria rests its institutional foundations on the Evian Agreement, which in 1962 sanctioned the end of the war of independence against France, which began in 1954. The conflict caused more than 250,000 casualties and also represented the end of the colonial experience of Paris, at the time already marked by defeats in the territories of Indochina. The war of independence has profoundly marked the history of the country not only from the point of view of national identity, but also from the institutional one: since then the Army, formed from the ranks of the Front de liberation nationale (Fln), has acquired a central role in the life of the country as a guarantor of Republican institutions.
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Is Algeria in Asia Or Africa?
Is Algeria A Arabic country?