Damas / Le porte-parole de la Haute Cour Constitutionnelle, Majed Khadra, a annoncé aujourd’hui la liste finale des candidats pour le poste du président de la république arabe syrienne, qui comprend Maher Abdel Hafiz Hajjar, Hassan Abdallah al-Nouri, et Dr Bachar Hafez al-Assad.
La Cour avait étudié les demandes de grief postulées par MM. Ahmad Ali Kassiaa, Ali Hassan al-Hassan, Bachir Mohamad al-Balah, Khaled Abdo Kreidi, Samih Michaël Moussa et Samir Ahmad Moualla qui ne remplissaient pas les conditions prévues dans la constitution et la loi.
Le porte-parole a affirmé que cette annonce est considérée comme une notification aux candidats agrées pour qu’ils commencent leurs campagnes électorales à partir de demain dimanche 11-5-2014. http://sana.sy/fra/51/2014/05/10/543622.htm
La communauté syrienne en Tchèque affirme qu’ils participeront aux élections présidentielles
Brague / Les fils de la communauté arabe syrienne en Tchèque ont affirmé qu’ils participeront aux élections présidentielles à venir, assurant que cette participation a pour but de décider de l’avenir de la Syrie.
Lors de leurs contacts avec l’ambassade de Syrie à Prague pour inscrire leurs noms aux listes électoraux, nombre de fils de la communauté ont assuré que ces élections renforceront le processus démocratique en cours en Syrie, les considérant comme un début important pour la reconstruction de la Syrie renouvelable.
A noter que les Syriens à l’étranger doivent voter pour choisir le président de la république le 28 du mois en cours, alors que les Syriens à l’intérieur le 3 juin.
After announcing the initial list of the approved presidential candidates, the court received six complaints by the aforementioned persons.
Candidates need to get written approvals from at least 35 MPs each, otherwise their applications would be dismissed.
Speaker of the People’s Assembly announced that Syrians living abroad can vote at the Syrian Embassies on May 28 and Syrians inside Syria can vote on June 3rd, 2014.
Maher Abdul-Hafiz Hajjar was born in Aleppo in 1968.
He comes from a family well-known in religious teaching.
Hajjar obtained a diploma in Linguistic Studies from Aleppo University before he joined the Syrian Communist Party in 1984. He seceded from the party in 2000 and formed a temporary leadership for Aleppo’s communists.
In 2003, he formed, along with many communist leaders, the “National Committee for the Unity of Syrian Communists” and was one of its leader until it changed its name to the “Popular Will Party” when he became the Secretary of the Party’s Council.
He ran and failed in the 2007 People’s Assembly’ elections and officially opposed the results.
During the crisis he ran again for the parliamentary elections in 2012 for Aleppo city within the list of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation and won and came second in the number of votes for independent candidates.
Hajjar is married and has one daughter.
Hajjar’s candidacy announcement came a day after the Supreme Constitutional Court said it was ready to receive candidacy applications for the presidential election.
Hassan al-Nouri was born in Damascus on February 9, 1960.
He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy and Trade (Business Administration) from the University of Damascus in 1982.
He got a PhD in General Management (Human Resources Development) from John F. Kennedy University in 1989.
Al-Nouri worked as Secretary of Damascus Chamber of Industry between 1997-2000. He was an MP from 1998-2003 and Minister of State for Administrative Development Affairs from 2000-2002.
Al-Nouri is the head of the National Initiative for Adminstration and Change in Syria.
He is married with five children.
Dr. Bashar Hafez al-Assad was born on 11 September 1965 in Damascus to Hafez al-Assad and Aniseh Makhlouf.
He attended Laique School in Damascus before moving to the Frere School where he completed his high school education in 1982.
He joined the Baath Party in 1979.
He studied medicine in Damascus University and graduated in 1988.
During his third year at university he joined the Armed Forces.
After qualifying as a doctor, he specialized in Ophthalmology and trained in Tishreen Military Hospital.
From 1992-1994 he continued his specialist training in the renowned Western Eye Hospital in London.
When he returned from the UK he joined the Military Academy to continue his military training.
In addition to his military and medical commitments, he presided over the Syrian Computer Society from 1996-2000 and played an instrumental role in advancing the use of technology throughout the country, most notably the introduction of the Internet and free access to ICT training.
He was elected President of the Syrian Arab Republic in July 2000 and was re-elected to a second term in May 2007.
He married Asma Akhras in December 2001. They have three children: Hafez, Zein and Karim. http://sana.sy/eng/393/2014/05/10/543621.htm
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