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The Syrian regular forces and departments under the Syrian government are yet preventing the residents of the al-Yarmouk Camp region and the neighborhoods of Tadamon, al-Hajar al-Aswad and al-Qadam, near the capital Damascus, from returning to their homes. In addition to this, the Damascus Provincial Council closed down and sealed more than a hundred houses in these regions, while appropriation cases of houses in the town of Aqraba by officers of the regular forces were recorded, according to testimonies obtained by Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ.  [1] On November 1,...
The Syrian government refuses to regularize the legal status, conducting a reconciliation/settlement deal, of 16 young men from the town of Jbab, Daraa, and blocked them from the town for unknown reasons. In addition to this, the security services arrested 12 other young men from the same town, after it granted them a regularization of status and the permission to return to the town in the company of 200 persons, according to testimonies obtained by Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ. The Jbab Town Municipality Council, under the Syrian government, issued a...
Syrian government held local elections in its controlled parts of the country where Syrians voted for more than 40,000 candidates competed for 18,478 seats on local administrative councils in 88 constituencies included 6551 polling centers.[1] It is the first local bolls since December 12, 2011, which conducted pursuant to Legislative Decree No.391 of 2011, which fixed the dates of local council elections.[2] This was preceded by the issuance of several Legislative Decrees including Decree No. 101 which regulated the...