According to the head of the Syrian parliament, 13 million 540 thousand 860 voters voted for Bashar al-Assad, who has ruled for 21 years
The current President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, who has led the country for 21 years, once again won the presidential election in Syria, gaining 95.1% of the vote.
This was announced by the speaker of the Syrian parliament, Hammouda Sabbagh reports Reuters.
According to the head of the Syrian parliament, 13 million 540 thousand 860 voters voted for Bashar al-Assad.
“The total number of those who voted in Syria and at polling stations in other countries is 18 million 107 thousand 109. Assad received 95.1% of the vote, “ Sabbagh said.
That is, the turnout in the elections was 78.66% of the voters.
Recall that in April, the presidential elections were held in Kosovo. There, the parliament elected a candidate from the left-nationalist movement “Self-Determination”, ex-Speaker Viosa Osmani, as the head of the country.