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An Algerian Constitution was first adopted by a referendum in 1963, following the Algerian War of Independence (1954–62); originally, it was to be drafted by a constitutional assembly led by Ferhat Abbas, but this body was sidelined by Algeria's first President, Ahmed Ben Bella. In its 1963 form, the constitution declared Algeria a one-party state ruled by the former resistance movement, the National Liberation Front (FLN). This constitution was suspended by the military coup d'état of 1965.
Circular design surrounded by the inscription "1988 1963 Central Bank of Algeria".
Value in circle surrounded by the Arabic legend "People's Democratic Republic of Algeria".
البنك المركزي الجزائري