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Last Sunday the referendum for a new constitution in Syria was held.
14.5 million Syrians were eligible to vote cast their opinion.
The result is now available.
With a turnout of 57 percent, 89 percent voted for the new constitution.
So the Syrians have clearly expressed their desire for a peaceful democratic change.
But what happened?
Western politicians and media react negatively, ignoring the clear result.
President Bashar al-Assad tried to end the fifty years of one-party system with the new constitution and introduce diversity and democratic participation, but that does not fit the western warmongers.
This reaction shows that the Western warmongers does not want democracy in Syria.
They want to create chaos and civil war and a puppet government.
For the first time in the history of the country, the population was officially asked to vote, without dictating what they should choose.
The text of the new Constitution was distributed in time across the population and citizen could read and discuss the changes.
It contains 14 new and 47 revised legal articles.
One of the most important innovations is Article 8, which ended fifty years of one-party rule in Syria.
It is a political system based on pluralism and guarantees more of the parties, a revolutionary process for the country.
Another important point is Article 88, which limits the tenure of a president to a maximum of two periods of seven years.
There are also controversial changes.
Thus, only a Muslim can be president, representing 90 percent of the population, but it will not match the 10 percent minority of non-Muslims.
The people behind the constitution to say, it is necessary, especially because the tensions are so high in the Syrian society.
'10 percent are unhappy is better than 90 percent angry,' said Ahmad Kuzbari, a member of the constitutional committee.
14,000 polling stations were set up across the country and also the Syrians over the border could vote.
The rebels had called for a boycott of the election and prevented participation in the disputed territories such as Homs and Idlib.
Nevertheless, there were only isolated incidents.
The group of countries under American leadership, which call themselves ‘Friends of Syria’ rushing now against the outcome of the referendum and require even more stringent sanctions against Syria.
The political activist Shabbir Razvi, said that the so-called friends of Syria should be renamed in reality the ‘enemies of Syria’ because they work ‘not in the interest of the Syrian people’.
‘I mean, the Western powers will never be satisfied with any change in Syria or in any other country in the Middle East as long as this change is not in their interest or to their advantage,’ Razvi told RT. 'To believe that the West will ever act in the interests of the people of each country is laughable,' he added.
The result the referendum is unequivocal evidence for the broad support of the reform of government in the population.
The influence of opposition groups that have called for a boycott of the referendum is obviously low and gives them no rights to speak on behalf of the Syrian people.
Now the way for democratic elections is free.
Al-Qaeda and Washington war hawks call for arming Syrian rebels
On Thursday, the UN General Assembly voted on a resolution that backs the Arab League's plan to have Syrian President Bashar al-Assad hand over power.
This vote comes after Bashar's government has been condemned for using violence against the Syrian people.
Although China and Russia rejected the idea, the two countries claim the violence in the country is a two way street and the resolution is one-sided.
Now Washington war hawks and members of al-Qaeda (Al-CIA-da) are calling to arm the Syrian anti-government rebels.
But the Western politicians do not like democracy.
They mingle again in the internal affairs of a sovereign state and describe the referendum as a farce.
Hillary Clinton said it was a ‘cynical ploy’ and Guido Westerwelle - the German Foreign Mystery described it as a ‘bogus voting’.
Ironically, this 'pattern Democrats’ have the audacity to make a judgment?
The war criminal Clinton?
And which democratic legitimacy has Westerwelle?
Where the FDP is lost somewhere at 3 percent into insignificance.
In addition, a real farce is the fact that never in the FR of Germany could be voted on a constitution by referendum and none exists, yes, Germany has no constitution at all.
There is only imposed this temporary makeup, called statute.
The Syrians have it even better, which now could have a vote.
This Demo-c-Rats (Col Ghadaffi called them Rats) get upset over the government in Syria, which has initiated a reform process that was adopted by the population, while supporting and supply of weapons to despotic regimes in Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia that are going on brutality against their own population and want to stay in power by all means.
It is not about these hypocrites’ democracy and human rights, but to overthrow Assad, so that they can install their dependent puppet and get Syria under control.
EU representatives also barefaced gave their dispensable two cents, this undemocratic non-elected dictatorship mess.
Who could elect President Barroso, EU Council President Van Rompuy and EU Foreign Commissioner Ashton?
But the EU regime are ‘lessons’ in democracy.
They imposed on Monday even tougher sanctions against Syria, in addition to the oil import ban, which has already occurred.
That's indeed a declaration of war, thereby the civilian population is suffering most.
The peaceful opposition at a demonstration:
Why the fighting takes place in Homs?
What is so special there?
The largest oil refinery in the country is in the Bab Amr district in the west of Homs, that's why they're there.
PROOF: Terrorists target oil refinery in Homs
Footage showing terrorists targeting the oil refinery/pipeline in Homs.
Thanks to Rafik Lutif for the leaked footage.
Thanks for the terrorists for being stupid enough to film everything.
Homs is the main center of the Syrian oil industry.
The 550 - kilometre pipeline Tel Adas-Tartous transports 250,000 barrels of crude oil per day from the Rumeila oil field in northeastern Syria to the refinery in Homs.
There, petrol, gas and petrochemical products are produced, which then go through a pipeline to the Baniya export terminal on the west coast.
It is one of the most important sources of income for Syria and also crucial for the self-sufficiency.
The job of the infiltrated from the West and armed terrorist gangs have to conquer this strategically important infrastructure, which is why the fighting in and around Homs. They also blow up the pipelines to cut the oil flow and thus to prevent the money receipts.
All of this do not tell the media. They report only one side of the poor victims among the civilian population that suffers from the attack of the army.
This involves the defence and protection of important assets and resources for the country. The terrorists hide among the population, they use as shields, and so there are dead and injured.
Clearly, the West does not want democracy in Syria and no peaceful transition to self-determination.
They want an internal war, so they supply the weapons to terrorist groups to create chaos and bloodshed takes place.
They hypocritical require constant the end of violence, while they are there to contribute the most to violence.
The will of the majority of the Syrian population - they give a damn.
They only have geo-strategic interests in mind and want make flat another Arab country which has oil and bring under their control.
PROOF: Terrorists target oil refinery in Homs
Map of Syria:
The warmongers don't want democracy in Syria
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad to U.S. President Obama: Your Words Are Worthless
Here are the reforms Assad has made so far:
* Kurds regain citizenship (07 Apr 2011)
* Emergency Decree lifted (21 Apr 2011)
* General amnesty, includes political prisoners (21 Jun 2011)
* National dialogue begins (10 Jul 2011)
* Multi-party elections allowed (04 Aug 2011)
* Parliamentary elections to be held in Feb 2012 (06 Aug 2011)
* Decree supporting media freedom (28 Aug 2011)
* Drafting of new constitution begins (15 Oct 2011)
* Constitutional referendum held, term limits approved (26 Feb 2012)
Assad is showing flexibility and progress is being made.
Existing reforms can become more substantive over time.