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Jordan Allows Syrian Embassy to Host Presidential Ballot


Syrian embassy in Amman have confirmed that the Jordan kingdom have given it the chance to host presidential polls.

Syrian expatriates around the world were invited by the government of their country to go to Syrian embassies and consulates in other countries on May 28 for presidential polls, that are likely going to end by voting for  president Bashar al-Assad a third term in office.

Picture showing the progress of the SAA and how he is cleaning The city tom the Terrorists
Picture showing the progress of the SAA and how he is cleaning The city from the Terrorists

Jordanian Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs Khalid Kalaldeh said the Syrian embassy in Amman had notified the Jordanian government that it will open its doors to receive Syrians living in the Hashemite kingdom to cast ballots in the presidential election.

The presidential election inside Syria is scheduled for June 3 though many Arab countries  opposed it so did the Anti regime forces and America of course wher Kerry called it a joke.

A Syrian opposition delegation was reported to have recently visited Amman for talks with Jordanian government officials on several issues, including the Syrian presidential elections.

The members of the delegation had asked the Jordanian government not to allow polling for Syrian expatriates in Jordan, a source said on condition of anonymity.

And here we can notice that if president election go well without disturbance it is certainly going to prove to the Anti Regime forces and the worlds community that Bachar al Assad is Syria man and that this revolution is American Arab made.

Syria has been ravaged by civil war for more than three years now, but over recent months the balance of power started to be titled toward Syrian national military forces, which announced the recapture of several areas.

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