The electoral fee in Syria introduced on Tuesday that President Bashar al-Assad’s Baath get together and its allies gained the overall election and took 177 seats out of 250 within the parliament.
Syrians solid their ballots in over 7,000 polling stations in government-held areas on Sunday, the third such elections since foreign-backed militants pushed Syria into chaos in 2011.
The Syrian authorities has been in a position to liberate a lot of the territory occupied by terrorists over the previous years.
The elections, twice postponed from April because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, got here weeks after the US imposed new financial sanctions on Syria below the so-called Caesar Act.
Within the final legislative vote in 2016, the Baath get together and its allies took 200 of seats in parliament.