Despite endless US-led war on Syria and its people, 1,656 candidates, including around 200 women, are vying for 250 seats in Sunday parliamentary elections.
Nearly 7,300 polling stations are accommodating voters in all provinces.
Candidates from Bashar al-Assad’s National Progressive Front are favored to win majority control.
Sunday’s legislative election is the third since the Obama regime launched preemptive war on the country in March 2011 — using ISIS and other jihadists as proxy troops, supported by Pentagon-led terror-bombing.
Most parts of the country are liberated after over nine years of endless war that remains ongoing, largely in Idlib province, the last terrorist stronghold.Syrian Parliamentary Elections