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Abbas

(ˈæbəs)
n
(Biography) Ferhat. 1899–1985, Algerian nationalist leader: joined the National Liberation Front (1956); president of the provisional government of the Algerian republic (1958–61)
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Les evenements du 8 mai 45 constituent un tournant decisif dans le processus du mouvement independantiste et d'une maniere general du mouvement national qui regroupait les partisans de Ferhat Abbas, les Oulemas, le Parti communiste et le Parti du peuple algerien.
The sources said that lower staff was made the escape goat and a number of them including Shahid Lateef, credit head Imtiaz Ahmed, area managers Sohaib Dar, Khawaja Adnan, Ejaz, Ferhat Abbas and other were also terminated.All cases are referred to FIA for investigation and Bank is a party now after disowning all these people' this was the message which was circulating among the bankers of HBL for a long time.
Chairman Affiliation Dr Ferhat Abbas was the chief guest while Deputy Director Dr Muhammad Nawaz and Coordinator QEC Fazal ur Rehman were trainers.
Byline: Imran Taj, Ferhat Abbas, Zafar Ahmad, Mohammad Kamran Taj, Deedar Ahmad, Zahoor Ahmed, Ghulam Mohammad, Ajaz-ul-Haq, Farooq Shahzad and Sabiha Azam
Through three detailed case studies, Chau reviews China's presence in Africa, beginning in 1958 when China became the first country to establish official diplomatic relations with the Provisional Government of the Algerian Republic after its formation by Ferhat Abbas (44).
MiloudHafsi, Professors at the Ferhat Abbas University ofSetif, Algeriafor the identification of the studied plant species and statistical analysis respectively.
Over DZD 8 billion has been allocated for the public works projects included in this new programme, particularly for the strengthening of a number of civil engineering structures, the rehabilitation of several kilometres of roads, the construction of new roads, road surfacing, in addition to the maintenance works, studies and the construction of three new road maintenance centres, as well as the strengthening of the main landing runway of Ferhat Abbas international airport.
A voucher specimen was deposited at the Laboratory of Botany, Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, University Ferhat Abbas of Setif, Algeria.
Indeed, several political movements fought for equal rights and independence in the twentieth century: radical nationalists with L'Etoile Nord Africaine, which later became Le Parti du Peuple Algerien under the leadership of former syndicalist Messali Hadj; liberals with Ferhat Abbas; and even communists with Le Parti Communiste Algerien.
Stone follows up with a study of the ideological evolution of Algeria from the brief presidency of Ferhat Abbas (1962) to the more rigorously socialist era of Ben Bella (1962-1965) and Boumedienne (1965-1978).