Syria, Bashar al-Assad as president for a fourth term

July 17, 2021
Bashar al-Assad... long live the king Bashar al-Assad... long live the king Bashar al-Assad is sworn in for a fourth presidential term

Daily Times, Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Seven new years, during which Bashar al-Assad will remain in power, to be his fourth presidential term, during which he led his country in a fierce war against the terrorist militias from many countries, which Turkey introduced to overthrow the regime, and organize Islamic groups in preparation for the revival of the Ottoman Empire again.

Two months after his success in the elections, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was sworn in for a fourth presidential term of seven years, after a victory he achieved with weapons over attempts to destroy the country, and overthrown the attempts of the Muslim Brotherhood to control the capabilities of the government, as millions of Egyptians did, in 2013, after A year of rigged elections in their favor for the right to blood.

Al-Assad won the presidential elections that took place on May 26, 2021, with 95 percent of the vote, in the second entitlement since the outbreak of the conflict, and Western powers and his opponents questioned his integrity, even before it happened.

The candidates, Mahmoud Ahmed Marei, received 470,276 votes, or 3.3%, and Abdullah Salloum Abdullah, 213,968 votes, and 1.5% of the total votes that participated in the voting, as the total number of voters inside and outside Syria reached 18107,108.

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