Abdelhamid Brahimi

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Dr. Abdelhamid Brahimi (Arabic: عبد الحميد براهيمي‎) (born April 2, 1936 in Constantine, Algeria) is an Algerian who first served as minister of planning[1] before becoming the prime minister of Algeria under Chadli Bendjedid. He served as PM from January 22, 1984 until November 5, 1988.[2] He has written several books, particularly about violence in Algeria.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Mohamed Ben Ahmed Abdelghani
Prime Minister of Algeria
1984–1988
Succeeded by
Kasdi Merbah