Vote counting has begun in Algeria’s parliamentary election, a ballot overshadowed by low oil prices and concerns over the health of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Turnout was low in the polls which many Algerians say offer little change in a system dominated since independence in 1962 by the National Liberation Front.
Scathing satirical videos on social media captured a mood of apathy among younger voters.
The FLN and the pro-government National Rally for Democracy are widely expected to win against a divided opposition that includes leftists and Islamist party alliances. Smaller parties have boycotted the vote.
The interior ministry will announce the results later today.