Protests in Idlib demand Salvation Government to improve living conditions and held greedy merchant accountable • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Protests in Idlib demand Salvation Government to improve living conditions and held greedy merchant accountable

Idlib province: SOHR activists have reported dozens protested in al-Sha’ah square in Idlib city under control of the HTS that demanded the Salvation Government to improve their living conditions and services in the province and held the greedy merchants accountable and take them away from the market.

The protesters raised placard reads, “poverty spreads, no for corruption and hiking princes, don’t; play with the people services.” the protests came in response to the poor conditions including unemployment, hiking prices and poverty in Idlib due to the collapse of the Turkish Lira.

As HTS leaders have been controlling the markets, protesters stressed that the Syrian revolution demands that are summarized in the regime fall and the release of protesters.

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