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Life crises still exhaust the residents of the city of Deir Ezzor on the eve of Eid al-Adha. Such crises make providing the minimum of residents’ needs difficult.
The residents are forced to wait in queues for long hours to obtain bread, amidst high temperatures , lack of cooling equipment, and long-power cuts. The bread crisis was complicated as with the constant closing of the bakery in the al-Muwathafeen neighborhood by the Assad regime’s governor. Closing the bakery increased crowds at the Hawkan bakery and bread distributers in the al-Jabila neighborhood.
Crises aggravate in the Assad regime-controlled areas, amidst a state of depression in clothes and deserts in markets of Deir Ezzor, depending on increase of prices of materials, especially those associated with Eid. These crises coincide with the residents’ weak purchasing ability, high percentage of unemployment, and lack or resources in the area.