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Ben Bel·la

 (bĕn bĕl′ə), Ahmed 1918-2012.
Algerian revolutionary leader. Active in the Algerian nationalist movement after World War II, he became independent Algeria's first prime minister (1962) and its first elected president (1963) but was ousted in a coup (1965).

Ben Bella

(bɛn ˈbɛlə)
n
(Biography) Mohammed Ahmed (ˈɑːmɪd). 1916–2012, Algerian statesman: first prime minister (1962–65) and president (1963–65) of independent Algeria: overthrown and imprisoned (1965–80)
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The 1960s and 1970s were full of left-wing populists, many of whom led national or anti-colonial movements in their countries: Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria, Ahmed Sukarno of Indonesia, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia, Saddam Hussein of Iraq, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya, Yasser Arafat of Palestine, to mention a few.
Il faut savoir que la prise du pouvoir par l'alliance de Boumediene et Ben Bella en juillet 1962 a fait emerger une forte opposition au sein du FLN.
She couldn't fathom that the patient in that room, on the fifth floor, just a few feet away from her room in the Val de Gross hospital, was Ben Bella himself.
Here's one sign of just how long Abdul Aziz Bouteflika has been of Algerian public life: he served as foreign minister of former president Ahmad Ben Bella, who ruled between 1962 and 1965.
A veteran of Algeria's protracted and brutal war for independence from France, Bouteflika became a minister at 25 after the struggle paid off in 1962, and subsequently served both Ahmed Ben Bella and Houari Boumedienne as foreign minister.
Fourth was Ben Bella on 31 points while Pat Odima clinched the ladies first prize, winning well ahead of C.
(It didn't push through because of the period of mourning declared after the death of the first President of the Republic of Algeria, Ahmed Ben Bella.)
Ahmed Ben Bella, lider revolucionario historico, es electo presidente de Argelia.
The programme depended on receiving citizens' complaints and broadcasting them, trying to find solutions to these problems, then she presented another programme called "Okbal Ankom" (Wishing You Good Fortunes), then she presented the programme known as "Hatha Al-Masaa'" (This Night), which hosted a number of public figures, along with "Fengan Shay" (Cup of Tea), hosting many political figures and leaders of Arab countries, including Ahmed Ben Bella, who was the first president of Algeria; Houari Boumediene, Algeria's second president; Gaafar Nimeiry, Sudan's former president; and King Hussein, former king of Jordan.
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Leaders such as Flix Houphout-Boigny of Cte dIvoire, Nnamdi Azikiwe of Nigeria, Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria, Patrice Lumumba of the Congo, Ahmed Skou Tour of Guinea, General Nasser of Egypt, Amilcar Cabral of Guinea Bissau, Thomas Sinkarra of Burkina Faso , Modibo Kta of Mali, and OR Tambo amongst others all embodied the ideal of Pan Africanism as a necessary political and ideological response to addressing the legacy of colonialism and the fight against Apartheid.
| WHEN...was Ahmed Ben Bella elected as the first President of Algeria?