Monday, August 22, 2011

The Syrian president says to stay in power

In an interview on Syrian state television, President Bashar Assad has said that elections expected for February and has acknowledged that the opposition has become more belligerent. The Syrian president also has called for elections to form the new Syrian Government for the month of February 2012, in which different parties may be submitted to the ruling Baath belonging to Asad.

Responding to countries like USA and France have claimed the power to stop after the bloody repression that has caused more than two thousand deaths in the last six months, the Syrian president has said that these requests "worthless", according French news agency AFP. While the Syrian president clings to power in their "struggle" against opponents who considered violent, the regime continues to ordering the military to continue attacks on Syrians protest against Assad.

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