Assad adviser: Syria's emergency law to be lifted soon

By JPOST.COM STAFF, REUTERS
March 27, 2011 15:39

 
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An adviser to Syrian President Bashar Assad on Sunday said that Syria's emergency law would be lifted soon, but he did not give an exact timetable for the action.

Assad was expected to give a speech on Sunday explaining the reforms to be carried out to allay protests that have been taking place in the country since last week, AFP quoted a source in Damascus as saying.

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