Anti-regime demonstrators in the town of Suwayda and its surrounding villages and towns continued their daily protests, which have been ongoing for more than four months. They reiterated their demands for political change and the implementation of UN resolutions.
On Monday, demonstrators in the town of Al-Ghariya, southwest of Suwayda, stormed the Baath Party office. They tore down photos of Bashar al-Assad, removed all pictures, symbols, and banners related to the Baath Party from the walls. Similar actions were witnessed in the towns of Imtan, Umm al-Rumman, and Salkhad in previous instances.
During their daily protests, the demonstrators underscored their primary objectives to overthrow the Assad regime and put an end to tyrannical rule. Chants for freedom, political change, social justice, and the implementation of UN Resolution 2254 resonated in the protests.
In a coordinated effort, activists in the town of Salkhad called for a massive peaceful demonstration on Monday. They urged participation from all regions of the province and emphasized the peaceful nature of the popular movement in the province.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)