Rising tensions | Protests and strikes sparked against presidential elections in Darra • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Rising tensions | Protests and strikes sparked against presidential elections in Darra

Rising tensions | Protests and strikes sparked against presidential elections in Darra

On May 26, 2021

Darra province: SOHR activists in Darra, the birthplace of the Syrian revolution, have reported rising tensions amid continuous strikes, for the second day in a row, in several cities and villages in condemnation and rejection for the Syrian presidential elections farce show.

The protests took place in the neighborhood of east and west al-Maliha, east and west al-Gharaya, Tafs, Enkhol, Daehl, al-Mazaireb, Tah Shehab, al-Shagarah, Nafaa, Jaleen, Jomlah, Al-Qousir, al-Muzayri’ah, Saham al-Jolan, Abdeen, Al-naiemah, al-Sahwah, Jasem and Kaheel and other areas.

SOHR also monitored anti-the ongoing elections protests of al-Giza people that demanded the ouster of al-Assad amid rising tensions in Nawi city where the security service soldiers attempted to disperse them by force. To halt the strike, the soldiers also forced the strikers to open their shops amid the exchange of shooting with militants inside the city. Information about targeting a regime forces service car carrying the balloting boxes has been reported.

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