The results of the so-called elections in Syria have been announced

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The results of the Assad regime’s presidential presidential election on May 26, in which more than half of the Syrian population was unable to participate, have been announced.

According to reports from the regime’s SANA agency, Hammode Sabbag, the regime’s parliament speaker, announced that Assad had won the presidential election with 95.1 percent of the vote.

Sabbag argued that the turnout is 87.64% in the country, where at least more than half of the population does not have the opportunity to go to the polls.

Stating that Assad received 13.540 thousand 860 votes, Sabbag said that Mahmut Meri, one of the contestants for the show who garnered 470 thousand 276 votes, received 3.3% of the vote.

Sabbag announced that Abdullah Sellum Abdullah, one of the other symbolic candidates not known to the public, received 1.5% of the results with 213,000,968 votes.

It was announced that Assad, who took over administration in 2000 after the death of his father, Hafez Assad, received 88.7% of the vote in the presidential election held in June 2014.

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The people of northern Syria, under the control of the military opposition, staged protests against the alleged election of the Assad regime.

The Syrian opposition, comparing the electoral projection to a “theater”, opposed the so-called election, stressing that it was not “legitimate”.


Turkey was one of the countries which reacted unilaterally to the alleged elections organized by the Assad regime in the regions under its control.

In a statement made on the so-called election day, the Foreign Ministry said: “The elections held today by the Syrian regime have an illegitimate quality that does not reflect the free will of the people. the terms are the wording of UN Security Council (UNSC) resolution 2254 on the political settlement of the Syrian conflict and it is inconsistent with its spirit and reveals the regime’s insincere approach to the process Politics. statement was used.

The United States, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom also opposed Assad’s election in a joint written statement on May 25. “As foreign ministers of France, Germany, Italy, UK and US, we openly declare that the presidential elections in Syria on May 26 will not be free and fair “, says the joint statement. evaluation has been included.

In his statement yesterday, the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Relations and Security Policy Josep Borrell said the elections in Syria should be held as part of a genuine political process and in accordance with the United Nations Security Council resolution 2254.

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The spectacle elections, for which the Assad regime seeks legitimacy, also ignore United Nations Security Council resolutions.

The agenda and roadmap for the talks, known as the “Geneva process”, were set out in resolution number 2254, adopted by the Security Council in December 2015.

Consequently, the establishment of a transitional administration, the reconstruction of the constitution, the holding of elections are envisaged.

However, if the regime does not accept the establishment of a transitional administration, it has for years prevented the Constitutional Commission from starting its work.

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According to data from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 6.6 million Syrians have had to leave their country. According to the United Nations Humanitarian Coordination Office (OCHA), 6 million 702,000 people have been internally displaced.

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