MP Hazar al-Deqr to ST: Syrian People's Attitude Indicates Presidential Election Result

The clear-cut attitude of the majority of the Syrian people is an indication of the Presidential election's result that will be a slap in the face of those who have been involved in the crisis in Syria.

This is what the MP Hazar al-Deqr said in an interview with Syriatimes newspaper.

She expects a high voter turnout on the election day, set on June 3rd, because the Syrian people insist on practicing their democratic right to choose a president from three candidates- Dr. Bashar al-assad, Dr. Hassan al-Nouri and Mr. Maher Hajjar.

"It is the first multi-candidate election and it enhances democracy in our country," Eng. Al-Deqr said, adding that the US administration and its ilk have bet on gangs and they want the tailored democracy that serves their interests in the region.

Dr. Aysar al-Midani to ST: President Al-Assad ‘great leader’

She has decided to come to her homeland to tell the Syrian people living in the so-called democratic countries to come to Syria in order to cast their vote in the first multi-candidate presidential election.

Dr. Aysar al-Midani, a Syrian expatriate living in Paris, arrived here on May 24th to take part in the June 3rd election as the French government has decided to prevent the Syrians living in their country from voting in the election, set on May 28th for Syrians living abroad. 

Massive Turnout of Voters Coming to Syrian Embassy in Beirut to Choose their President

BEIRUT- For the second day running, the Syrian embassy in Beirut is witnessing a huge turnout of voters who have come to take part in the presidential elections and practice their right and duty in choosing a president for their country.

Yesterday, the embassy, due to the great turn out, extended the time of receiving Syrian voters for another whole day. 

Since the early hours of Wednesday morning, the Syrians in Lebanon flocked in thousands towards the Syrian embassy in Beirut to affirm their insistence to practice their constitutional rights and their adherence to the sovereignty, the legitimacy and constitution of their homeland.

Syrian Presidential Elections Started at 7:00 am local time in Syrian Embassies Worldwide.

Syrian Presidential Elections Started at 7:00 am local time in Syrian Embassies Worldwide.

Thousands of Syrian Expatriates flocked to the Syrian Embassies to cast their votes in about 39 countries including Cyprus, Russia,Democratic Popular Republic of Korea, Iran, Malaysia, Lebanon, Jordan, Indonesia, the Sudan, Sultanate of Oman, India, China and others.

Independent MP Maria Saadeh to ST: Dr. Bashar Al-Assad the Best to Lead Syrian in Coming Era

Maria Saadeh, the independent member in the Syrian People's Assembly believes that there is no alternative for President Bashar al-Assad to lead Syria in the coming era. She also sees that holding the first Syrian multi-candidate presidential elections, by itself, means the continuity of the Syrian state and declares Syria's victory in the so far more than three years old global war which has aimed to topple the legitimate Syrian government, weaken the state and violate its sovereignty to serve a bigger scheme targeting the entire Middle East region.