Thursday, March 31, 2011

Asad: "The riots are a foreign conspiracy"

.- Damascus Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Wednesday in Parliament that his government is "against the conspiracy and in favor of the reforms" and claimed that the aim of the conspirators is to weaken "the last outpost of the Arab world ". "If there are reformers, we will support them," he said.

Assad admitted that "not all the protesters who took to the streets are conspirators", but warned that his government can accept the "demands of the people" but could not support "chaos." The speech was interrupted several times by the support hassles and recitations of some of the parliamentarians.

"The riots are a foreign conspiracy" The Syrian president has stated, moreover, that the riots that face their country are "an exceptional moment" that will test the "national unity" and claimed that the protests reflect a " conspiracy "organized abroad whose instigators trying to create" instability in Syria and Arab countries.

" Syria is not "isolated" from what is happening in the Arab world, he said, but the conspirators, he said, "have chosen the wrong country." "We are able to overcome it," he said.

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