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Mustapha Stambouli
Algerian politician

Mustapha Stambouli

Mustapha Stambouli
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Intro Algerian politician
Was Politician
From Algeria
Field Politics
Gender male
Birth 10 March 1920
Death 20 April 1984 (aged 64 years)
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Mustapha Stambouli (March 10, 1920 in Mascara, Algeria – April 20, 1984 in Mascara, Algeria) was an Algerian nationalist leader.
A law student, he was active for the nationalist cause from the late 1930s in the Parti du peuple algérien (PPA), and was jailed several times by the colonial authorities of France. In 1948, he was arrested on the Libyan border, as he tried to join Arab guerrillas in Palestine. He joined the Front de libération nationale (FLN), and served as an officer in its armed wing, the Armée de libération nationale (ALN), during the Algerian War of Independence (1954–62). He eventually became a secretary of state in the Gouvernement provisoire de la republique algérienne (GPRA), an exile government set up by the FLN. Following independence in 1962, he was elected to the constituent assembly, but played no major political role after that.
There is now a university named after him in his hometown of Mascara, Algeria.

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