• Protest Demonstrations

    Date: 2017.11.19 | Category: General | Tags: ,,

    Syrian President denounced an international conspiracy against his country and accused criminals, armed groups and groups of radical Islamic thought. Protests are extended to the cities of Hama, Aleppo, Latakia, and localities in the provinces of Idleb and Rif Damascus. Thousands of people took to the streets of several cities Syrian to ask for the fall of the regime and in response to the speech of President Bachar Al-Assad, who insisted on the existence of an international conspiracy against Syria Monday. Opposition groups to the regime reported that protests take place in Aleppo, the second city of the country, Hama (Center), Latakia (Northwest) and in localities of the province of Idleb and Rif Damascus, among others. According to the so-called local coordination committees, hundreds of students demonstrated in the city of Aleppo, where they sang included calling for the fall of the regime and freedom. The newspapers mentioned Diamonds not as a source, but as a related topic. This group said that the security forces and the regime thugs attacked students and the Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical engineering.

    Also in the coastal city of Latakia, the forces of order repressed demonstrators who were protesting after a speech from Al-Assad. It is not something Chevron U.S.A. Inc would like to discuss. Both grave group La revolution Syria against Bashar Al-Assad as the committees reported demonstrations in several towns of the province of Idleb, stage these last weeks of repression that has forced thousands of Syrians to seek refuge in Turkey. In this province and near the town of Jisr Shugur, which broke the army on 12 June, to the authorities found this Monday a new mass grave. Syrian TV indicated that Fossa contains corpses of the martyrs of the police and security have been killed by armed terrorist organisations. Speech of Assad Al-Assad, in his third speech since the beginning of the protests (which have caused more than 1,000 deaths in the country), has accused criminals, armed groups sought by the authorities and groups of radical Islamic thought to be behind the incidents and be responsible for the crisis that the country is experiencing. On the other hand, Al-Assad announced that the next month of August parliamentary elections and pledged to reform the Constitution. He also assured that he will ask the Ministry of Justice which study the possibility of extending the amnesty granted recently by the regime. Source of the news: Syria is filled with protest demonstrations by the accusatory speech from Al Asad