Ongoing peaceful protests | Residents of Zaibin town demand to overthrow the regime • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Ongoing peaceful protests | Residents of Zaibin town demand to overthrow the regime

Al-Suwaydaa province: Residents of Al-Suwaydaa continued their peaceful protests against the Syrian regime, demanding to overthrow it.

On the same context, residents of Zaibin town raised banners against the Syrian regime in front of the building of the district and vital positions in the town, where the banners read “Long live Syria and down goes Bashar Al-Assad” .. “We do not negotiate and we do not reconciliate.”

On January 23, Tens of people from Al-Suwaidaa city staged a sit-in protest in front of Al-Karamah square in Al-Suwaidaa city centre, where the protestors condemned the chronic crises in Al-Suwaidaa and all areas across Syria. The protestors also condemned the failure of Syrian authorities to fulfill the demands of residents who stress their adherence of the fundamental of the Syrian Revolution and call for political transition and improvement of living conditions and economic situation.

The protestors lifted placards with slogans written on them, which read “I represent the poor people.” “Here is Al-Suwaidaa…here is Syria.” “No to demographic change.” “When people starve, then rulers must be held accountable.” “Your salary is 15…how come…how are you still living…why are you keep silent.”

It is worth noting that Al-Suwaidaa province experienced peaceful protests and anti-regime graffiti left on walls as a part of the residents’ discontent over the hardships and crises in Syria and their aspiration for political transition.