Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, and Morocco are regarded as a buffer to prevent the flow of migrants from Africa to Europe.
In addition to political leaders, the Summit also hosted business leaders of the African continent, such as Isabel dos Santos, known as the richest woman in Africa, Issad Rebrab, the wealthiest businessman in Algeria, and Abdulsamed Rabiu, a Nigerian businessman.
There is also a growing interest in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in Europe, a market dominated by exports from Qatar, Algeria, Nigeria, and increasingly, the US.
Therefore, in addition to the economic challenges and jobs created for the educated youth, the security challenges loom large in the government’s engagements, given the sporadic security incidents taking place in the urban, suburban, and along the borders with Algeria and Libya.
Colonial Past Haunts France (II): The case of General Aussaresses as an Attempt to Vindicate the French State
Just as today, what leaked from the state memory regarding the issues of Algeria and torture were brought to the agenda.
According to his reference point– liberal and secular Muslims from Morocco and Algeria, who according to him seem to be the only decent Muslims existing – he offers his readers categorical solutions to deal with the problem of Islam and Muslims in the West.
In Algeria, for instance, Muslims were considered “semi-citizens”, and to become full citizens and acquire passports, they had to renounce their religion.
Another example was a family in which the mother was Algerian and the father a Charlie Hebdo subscriber.
We have several projects at the moment: a small stadium and a dialysis center in Algeria; an embassy building in Burkina Faso in Africa; and schools and other commercial buildings in Saudi Arabia.
Algeria 1954-62 The influential film The Battle of Algiers (1966) by Italian director Gillo Pontecorvo re-creates epic battle scenes between the Arab population of Algiers and the ethnically French soldiers who control the movement, actions and outward behaviour of the society.
With the same parliamentary support, the French Government declared a new “state of Emergency” by extending a law created in 1955 during the bloody postcolonial war of independence in French Algeria.