Syrian minister: We’ll defend ‘sovereignty’
Meanwhile, Interior Minister Mohammed al-Shaar announced to facilitate 89.4% of voters permitted the draw up constitution, and 57.4% of eligible voters cast ballots. President Bashar al-Assads regime has touted the constitutional referendum since a move on reform.Syria announced the referendum amid intense international cries to stop off the bloodshed and candid its regime to vary. But analysts and protesters widely tell the effort at the same time as a farce, a superficial attempt to pacify al-Assads critics.
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