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Demonstrations against the “Self Administration” in rejection of the decision to raise the price of fuel.

A number of people in several cities and towns in the Syrian Jazeera staged demonstrations against the "Self Administration", in rejection of its decision to raise fuel prices.

Demonstrations against the “Self Administration” in rejection of the decision to raise the price of fuel.

A number of people in several cities and towns in the Syrian Jazeera staged demonstrations against the “Self Administration”, in rejection of its decision to raise fuel prices.

Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that the protesters raised slogans denouncing the “Self Administration” decision and rejecting the deteriorating living situation in the area, indicating that the supporters of the “Kurdish National Council” opposing the “Self Administration” came out at the council’s invitation and raised slogans calling for release of the detainees of his supporters by the “SDF”.

Demonstrations swept the areas of “Qamishli”, “Al-Hasakah”, “Amouda” and “Al-Malikiyah”, and a number of parties and activities against the “Self Administration” participated in them, knowing that the decision to raise the price of fuel, was already taken about 2 months ago, but the administration retracted it under the pressure of popular pressure at the time, then returned and launched it recently.

Supporters of the Democratic Union Party, which controls the Self Administration and the SDF, clashed with the protesters and beat them with sticks and stones, causing injuries while the SDF militants prevented the media from filming the protests.

It’s noteworthy that civilians in the SDF areas suffer from the deteriorating living conditions, the SDF’s continuous violations against them, and the random arrests that affect them after they were accused of belonging to ISIS, in addition to SDF’s involvement in cooperating with the American forces in stealing Syrian oil and smuggling it out of the country.

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