Al-Dandal’s, who served the Assad regime with slander and corruption for years, service was met by expulsion

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DeirEzzor24 exclusive report:

With the issuance of the schedule of promotion and transfers of Assad regime officers, several days ago, a decision came to expel Brigadier General Dirar Mujahm al-Dandal from his position as police chief of Daraa province more than a year ago, on charges of corruption and bribery.

“Al-Dandal” comes from the Al-Hassoun clan / Al-Aqidat tribe, from the countryside of Al-Bukamal city in Deir Ezzor governorate, and from a large family in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

He is considered one of the few officers who chose to serve the Assad regime without defecting from it, along with his brother, Lt. Colonel “Nizar al-Dandal”, head of the military prosecution in Aleppo. He held the position of assistant police chief in Damascus, and formerly head of the criminal security branch in Aleppo governorate.

He is known for his arbitrary detention, torture of detainees, officials dealing in bribes and extortion of civilians, and the issuance of passports, each of which amounts to more than 20 million Syrian pounds.

During this period, the Assad regime issued a package of decisions to promote officers and remove others from the positions that were entrusted to them, one of whom was “Al-Dandal”.

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