المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Including two women | Regime security services release 14 detainees from Douma under presidential amnesty

Rif Dimashq province: SOHR sources have reported that regime security services have released 14 detainees, including two women, from Douma city in Rif Dimashq under an amnesty issued by the Syrian regime president’s Bashar al-Assad. According to SOHR sources, regime forces have announced this morning, via mosques’ loudspeakers, that a group of detainees from Douma city would be released. This development comes after less than two weeks after Bashar al-Assad had visited Douma city where he cast his vote during the “farcical show” of the presidential election.

 

SOHR sources have just reported seeing hundreds of residents gathering in the streets of Douma city, in presence of the city’s dignitaries and representatives of al-Baath Party in eastern Ghouta, as a part of preparations for welcoming a new batch of detainees held in regime prisons, supposed to be released in hours under an amnesty issued by Bashar al-Assad.

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