Residents of "Idlib" continue to reject the decisions of the "Rescue Government" for the second day in a row with evening demonstrations demanding lower prices and taxes • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Residents of “Idlib” continue to reject the decisions of the “Rescue Government” for the second day in a row with evening demonstrations demanding lower prices and taxes

Residents of “Idlib” continued their rejection of the decisions of the “Rescue Government”, where there was an evening demonstration in the city of Idlib demanding the “Rescue Government” to reduce taxes and prices.
A source told the SOHR that the people of the city went out this evening, in a mass demonstration against the rescue government, after its decisions to raise the price of electric amperes, where the price of one ampere in the city was 2500 Syrian pounds for three and a half hours, but was increased to 3000 Syrian pounds with reducing the number of hours of electricity to three hours a day, in addition to reducing the weight of one bundle of bread to 750 grams, instead of 900 grams per bag.
It is worth mentioning that the “Rescue Government” associated with the HTS in the region, imposes taxes on civilians from public places that are rented to the people and taxes on public property invested by the people and registration of cars in the records, as well as the arrest and detention of anyone who did not register his car she has.
The “Syrian Observatory” published yesterday that the “National Rescue Government” issued a decision to reduce the number of hours of subscription to the electricity service in the province of Idlib, where reduced the number of subscription hours to 3, and the price of 3000 Syrian pounds per ampere. This is due to the high price of hydrocarbons, which rose with the first day of the battle of the spring of peace. The Syrian Observatory monitored popular demonstrations during the past few days in the cities and towns of Idlib, condemning the practices of the “Rescue Government and the HTS”.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on 2 October that it had learned that the Ministry of Economy in the Rescue Government had issued a decision to reduce the weight of the bread bundle from 900 grams to 800 grams, and the Ministry attributed the reduction so as not to have to raise the price of the bundle. Sources told the Syrian Observatory that the decision was due to daily complaints from private furnaces for the high exchange rate of the US dollar against the Syrian pound, while the prices of diesel fuel, the main operator of bakeries and fuel in general, are rising significantly, without any reason for this rise and according to the obtained by the Syrian Observatory, the process of importing fuel is going on naturally without any obstacles.

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