Anti-regime demonstrations in Suwayda province continued on Monday at Karama Square in the heart of the city, with protestors demanding political change and the implementation of UN Resolution 2254.
Protesters hailing from the village of Al-Jneina, who joined the demonstration today, asserted their right to live in security, peace, and a just and lawful state. They chanted, “Securing our children’s future is our right. We don’t want our children to face homelessness in their adulthood.”
Yesterday, the Syrian community in Australia held a sit-in protest in solidarity with Suwayda’s anti-regime movement. Mrs. Rima Fuleihan delivered a statement reaffirming the movement’s demands for political change and the implementation of UN Resolution 2254.
The anti-regime demonstrators in Suwayda remain steadfast in their commitment to continue the protests until the Assad regime departs. They emphasize the need for a political transition in line with UN Resolution 2254, the implementation of Resolution 2118, the referral of war crimes perpetrators against the Syrian people to the International Criminal Court, and the release of detainees.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)