Algeria – Batna province legislative elections 2017: List of Candidates, Past Winners and other details

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Algiers, April 29: Batna province (wilaya), located in eastern Algeria, is one of the most densely populated region of the country. With a population of 11,19,791, the province is allocated 16 seats in the national assembly. The electoral fight in Batna is dominated by the ruling National Liberation Front (FLN) in Algeria, with the party currently representing 8 out of the 16 seats. The Algerian National Front and National Democratic Rally (RND) had won 3 each in 2012. The remaining two seats were bagged by independents.

Elections in Algeria are scheduled on May 4. All 48 provinces, including Batna, would go to polls to elect deputies for the 462 seats in the national assembly. All political parties have submitted their lists of candidates to the independent election commission. 53,000 polling centres have been registered across the nation. Poll observers from the Arab League, African union and Carter Center have been invited to monitor the electoral process.

List of Candidates from Batna

  • FLN candidates’ list

To view the list of candidates fielded by National Democratic Rally (RND), click here. The candidates fielded by Green Algerian Alliance (led by Hamas), could be viewed here.

Current deputies from Batna

Batna Winner in 2012 Party
1. KHAOUA TAHAR FLN
2. AISSAOUI ABDELHAMID Independent
3. BARKAT BELKACEM RND
4. BECHATA NEE DRISS MESSAOUDA Independent
5. BENGUESMIA ISMAHANE FLN
6. BENLARBI NEE BENBOULAID NABILA FLN
7. DJILANI AMMAR FLN
8. GRAOUI ABDENOUR FLN
9. KHANCHALI AYACHE Algerian National Front
10. KHELIFI EP.MIMOUNI NOUARA Algerian National Front
11. TARHLISSIA EP.HELLAL FATIMA FLN
12. LATRECHE NACIR FLN
13. MELAKHESSOU ALI FLN
14. MESSIBAH NEE AMAMRA NADJET RND
15. BENAHMED ABDELMADJID Algerian National Front
16. BOUHENAF YAZID FLN

Stay tuned with electionresultsnews.com for the fastest results and updates on the day of counting from Batna and other provinces of Algeria.

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