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Algeria's parliament is to meet from Wednesday to adopt a draft revision of the constitution limiting the number of presidential terms to two, the presidency said.This enabled Bouteflika, first elected as president of the oil-rich North African state in 1999 and re-elected in 2004 for another five-year term, to stand again in 2009 and 2014 .Introducing the draft revisions this month, Bouteflika's chief of staff Ahmed Ouyahia said that in 2008 the president had responded to a call by the people to remain in office.
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