Language / اللغة العربية
Patrols of the Assad regime Military and Political security branches forced owners of shops in the city of al-Ashara, eastern Deir Ezzor to vote for Assad.
One of the vehicles of the patrols contained a mobile ballot box to force owners of the shops to vote for Bashar al-Assad. The patrols members demanded each of the owners to show his identity card, wrote down data on paper, then handed each of them a sealed envelope and forced him to put it in the box.
This method is a new approach by the Assad regime security services to gain voters for Assad who wins 99.9 percent of the total voters in every election, according to the results of the elections that Assad’s intelligence services announce.