Ahd 54

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Ahd 54
LeaderAli Fawzi Rebaine
Founded1991
IdeologyAlgerian nationalism
Human rights
Council of the Nation
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People's National Assembly
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People's Provincial Assemblies
13 / 2,004
Municipalities
4 / 1,540
People's Municipal Assemblies
117 / 24,876

Ahd 54 (Arabic: عهد 54‎), "Generation of '54", is a minor Algerian party led by human rights-activist Ali Fawzi Rebaine, who claims to have founded the first Algerian human rights organization. Its name is an allusion to the start of the Algerian War of Independence, in November 1954. In the 2007 election, it won 2.26% of the vote and two seats in the Algerian parliament.

Electoral history[edit]

Presidential elections[edit]

Election Party candidate Votes % Result
2004 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 63,761 0.63% Lost Red XN
2009 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 124,559 0.86% Lost Red XN
2014 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 101,046 0.99% Lost Red XN

People's National Assembly elections[edit]

People's National Assembly
Election Party leader Votes % Seats +/–
1991 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 2,490 0.0%
0 / 231
Steady
2007 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 129,300 2.26%
2 / 386
Increase 2
2012 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 120,201 1.57%
3 / 462
Increase 1
2017 Ali Fawzi Rebaine 42,160 0.65%
2 / 462
Decrease 1

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