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The Autonomous Administration go back on the decision to raise fuel price in its areas of control

The Kurdish Autonomous Administration issued a new decision today, Wednesday, whereby it retreated from its decision issued the day before

The Autonomous Administration go back on the decision to raise fuel price in its areas of control

The Kurdish Autonomous Administration issued a new decision today, Wednesday, whereby it retreated from its decision issued the day before, regarding raising the price of fuel within its areas of control in the Syrian Jazeera.

The decision stipulated the dismissal of raising fuel price, and the return to the old prices in effect before the repricing decision, until a new decision is issued and amendments are made, according to what the Autonomous Administration stated in its decision, which it said came in response to the people’s desire.

The decision of the “Autonomous Administration” today came after the demonstrations and protests swept the areas of its control in refusal to raise prices. The villages, towns and cities of the Syrian Jazeera witnessed yesterday a massive popular uprising during which the people came out to express their rejection of the decisions and practices of the “Autonomous Administration”, especially as they seize the Syrian oil and gas sources, with the support of the American forces, and the plunder of the revenues belonging to the Syrian people in all regions.

The demonstrations that took place in Al-Shaddadi, Al-Malikiyah, Qamishli, Ma’bada, Al-Qahtaniyah and Al-Karamah regions in Hasakah countryside witnessed the shooting of the Asayish gunmen of the SDF on the protesters, as SDC local sources reported that / 5 / civilians lost their lives during the protests by bullets of the “Asayish” gunmen, in addition to a number of wounded.

The mass popular protest movement forced the Autonomous Administration to backtrack on its decision in light of the tension and general popular dissatisfaction with the administration’s measures, and the practices of the SDF and Asayish militants in the regions of the Syrian Jazeera.

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