Power cut off again in Syria’s Aleppo during and after Syrian presidential elections

In late May, after a slight improvement in electricity, people of the city felt optimistic; however, “after elections and victory festivals finished, electricity rationing has returned as before,” according to a resident of the city.

Nowadays, the city is witnessing strict electricity rationing hours, often with six hours off and an hour and a half on, according to Abdulnasser Hassan, a resident of Salah al-Din Neighborhood in Aleppo.

“This means that electricity has returned to the previous situation as in winter, and our sufferings have also returned,” he told North Press.

What is the Syrian government doing to solve the electricity crisis?

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News, stories, and updates from Middle East and from the world. Critical researcher on migrant governance and human rights in Turkey and in the Mid East.