“Enough is enough” | Residents of Al-Suwaydaa renew peaceful sit-in at Al-Karamah Square for eighth week in row
Al-Suwaydaa province: The residents of Al-Suwaydaa have renewed their weekly protest at Al-Karamah Square in Al-Suwaydaa today, for the eighth consecutive week, to implement a silent sit-in under the slogan “Enough is enough.”
Protesters have raised placards and banners confirming their continued peaceful anti-regime protests until the political dilemma is solved, and living and economic conditions are improved.
The protesters have chanted slogans calling for the immediate release of detainees and those forcibly absent in the regime’s prisons, affirming the territorial integrity of Syria, and that Al-Suwaydaa is an integral part of Syria. They called on the International Community to implement international resolutions, specifically resolution 2254, in order to achieve a political solution in Syria.
The sit-in has coincided with the presence of members of Al-Ba’ath Party in Syria, flying flags in the vicinity of the sit-in square, amid an alert by the security services and police leadership.
On January 26, SOHR activists reported that the residents of Al-Suwaydaa continued their peaceful protests against the Syrian regime, demanding to overthrow of the regime.
In 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 reconcile.”