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Syria Has Not Learned From The Revolutions of Arab:

  

Syria Has Not Learned From The Revolutions of Arab

In fact, the growing loss of confidence among the population, however, the regime has taken account of many years. In a fit of ingenuity, the representatives felt that it might seem, the new reform. Is the question of the fundamental changes in the state was, of course, excluded. The authorities accused foreign forces rather be responsible for the riots.

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That’s true to some extent, but the discontent of the Syrian population was so great. Foreign media have been insulted by their biased reporting, while the very strong government hand, ignored the Internet in their actions and evidence of widespread primitive propaganda.

In a country where conspiracy theories in general are at a premium, the regime lost, ironically, against his own argument: It was the rebellious city to external enemies of the regime alike. This was Assad to his people by himself on an enemy.

Moreover, people expect a real change: the convicted murderer would have allowed the regime, the large security apparatus would have to be reduced, combating corruption effectively. Significantly, it was not also taken a single action taken by the officers who have the power to threaten, although that is exactly what people expect, to draw an elite that responsibility to the law of succession, the State personal property and land considered stolen property. The protection of a privileged few will cost the Syrian leadership is at the end.

Assad card victory, which would have been if he had led a revolution against his own entourage. After all, has pushed back to those established, a priori, to total oppression. But his highly anticipated address many expectations on Wednesday offered no credible alternative. However, it is likely that the Syrians disappointed to go back and back on the road. The scheme is now to avoid renewed bloodshed. Following today’s repression could help you survive and be equally his suicide – in any case, would be a shameful fate.




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