People stage pro-government rallies across Syria

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Syria rallyPeople across Syria have held massive rallies to voice their support for the presidential elections and country’s army in its fight against the Takfiri militants.

On Tuesday, people in al-Sirian and Mahatet Baghdad neighborhoods in the city of Aleppo held

pro-government demonstrations, voicing support for the country’s army which has been battling foreign-backed militants over the past three years. They also expressed support for the holding of the forthcoming presidential elections in the Arab country.

Syrians also held a pro-government rally in the central province of Hama. The demonstrators waved Syrian flags and held up posters of President Bashar al-Assad and his father, former Syrian President Hafez al-Assad.

Carrying patriotic banners, people in Daraa province organized a rally in front of the Workers Union's building. The demonstrators voiced their support for the presidential elections and rejected foreign interference in the Syrian internal affairs.

In a similar move, pro-government rallies were held in Homs, Tartous, Hasakah, Sweida and many cities and towns in the countryside of the capital Damascus.

The demonstrations were staged a day after the Syrian president officially declared that he will seek another seven-year term in office.

Syrian people will go to the polls on June 3 to elect their next president as Damascus has insisted that it would hold the vote despite the foreign-backed militancy that has plagued the country for more than three years.

Syria has been experiencing unrelenting militancy since March 2011. The Western powers and their regional allies -- especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey -- are said to be supporting the militants operating inside Syria.

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