Wednesday, August 3, 2011

UN Security Council is struggling to Syria Resolution

The troops of the Syrian dictator Assad's rage against the opposition. Human rights report of one hundred dead in two days - they ask the UN Security Council to act. This could not agree so far, but given the brutality of the regime, the pressure increases. The Syrian city of Hama, a stronghold of opposition to the regime's security forces to go with severity against the dissidents there before.

A human rights activist told the Associated Press on Tuesday by tanks, the relative position from residential buildings. In the inner city had been fired with machine guns. Townspeople feared another major attack by the army as last Sunday, as dozens of civilians are reported to have come through the fire from tank guns and machine guns killed.

Some residents have fled to surrounding villages, also on Tuesday, it said in the reports of human rights activists. It was more difficult to obtain verifiable information. Sunday only to 74 people have been killed, most of them in Hama. On Monday, according to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Organization, 24 people were killed.

Other sources spoke of 19 or 25 dead. The state news agency Sana reported, however, that had stormed "armed groups of saboteurs," the Justice Palace in Hama. The violence of the troops of those in power, Bashar al-Assad could now mean a shift in the UN Security Council. Show there are now reluctant delegations - including Russia and Brazil - now more receptive to send a common signal.

Diplomats assume that a reaction of the body to the bloody excesses of the regime could be possible. The veto powers Russia and China but also Brazil, India and South Africa spoke out against far from a condemnation of the Assad regime, mainly because they fear that this could be the harbinger of Libya, as in the case of military intervention.

Since the beginning of violence in Syria, in mid-March, 35 people were placed on the banned list, including President Assad must itself with four Syrian companies make EU companies do business. Italy went one step further and called its ambassador regarfding "horrendous violence against the civilian population" back to Rome for consultations. Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said in a statement called on all EU countries to emulate Rome.

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