Assad Regime Legitimizes the Seizure of the Tadamon Neighbourhood Using Law No. 10

The people of the Tadamon neighbourhood in south Damascus expressed discontent, and a state of anticipation and anxiety overcame displaced residents from the area, following the release of a report on the neighbourhood and new decisions by the Damascus governorate committee, which was tasked with conducting a study on Tadamon. According to pro-regime media sources, the committee’s decision, which was approved by the governor of Damascus Beshr al-Sabban, designates only 690 homes in the neighbourhood as suitable for housing. The designation means that only residents of these homes can return to them, pending an entire re-planning of Tadamon as per Law 10, a process that may take between four and five years. According to popular Syrian Facebook news page, Diary...
The people of the Tadamon neighbourhood in south Damascus expressed discontent, and a state of anticipation and anxiety overcame displaced residents from the area, following the release of a report on the neighbourhood and new decisions by the Damascus governorate committee, which was tasked with conducting a study on Tadamon. According to pro-regime media sources, the committee’s decision, which was approved by the governor of Damascus Beshr al-Sabban, designates only 690 homes in the neighbourhood as suitable for housing. The designation means that only residents of these homes can return to them, pending an entire re-planning of Tadamon as per Law 10, a process that may take between four and five years. According to popular Syrian Facebook news page, Diary...