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ID number:892378
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Published: 28.01.2015.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Used
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Conclusion
The main reasons for Syrian uprising are not only Arab Spring what externally influenced Syria, but also internal reasons which were laying down in the heart of Syrians for many years. Urge for democracy, fundamental freedoms, work, family and no fear to be killed by someone who just doesn’t like you drove Syrians to the fight for freedom. Corruption in Syria is higher than in most of the states. There are few families in Syria which can buy and sell whatever they want and only because they have good relations with al-Assad.
Religion plays an important role in the conflict in Syria. A United Nations report in late 2012 said that the conflict was becoming “overtly sectarian” in some parts of the country, with Syria’s various religious communities finding themselves on the opposite sides of the fight between the government of President Bashar al-Assad and Syria’s fractured opposition.
And because of Media and Tunisia effect people encouraged themselves that they can do and they can change. They have strong desire to live in freedom and stop living in oppression, feel democracy not dictatorship and live in strong state with strong economy, what can provide work and stop corruption.

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