Damascus, SANA-President Bashar al-Assad issued on Monday decree No. 63 which sets Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 as a date for electing members of the People’s Assembly for the 2nd legislative term.

The total number of the members is 250, which include different sectors of labors, peasants and other spectrums of the Syrian people distributed as the following seats:

Damascus 29,Damascus countryside 19, Aleppo 20, Aleppo countryside 32, Homs 23, Hama 22, Lattakia 17, Idleb 18, Tartous 13, Raqqa 8, Deir Ezzor 14, Hasaka 14, Daraa 10, Sweida 6 and Quneitra 5.

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luk

#Siria está con él. Venceremos

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Middle East Briefing

What would be the consequences of an #Assad victory?
https://t.co/eHPBBH6lqe

Sumer Sloan
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Sumer Sloan

Perhaps you should explain the election and voting process as well as how candidates are selected in Syria it is enlightening

Shakirul Islam
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Shakirul Islam

NO ELECTION! THIS IS THE MISSION END OF ASSAD!!