The Supreme Constitutional Court in Syria announced the final three names that will compete in the Syrian presidential elections.
The Supreme Constitutional Court announced has acceptance 3 candidacy applications to participate.
On Monday, the court stated that it had rejected the rest of the names because they didn’t meet the constitutional and legal requirements.
The accepted candidates are the current president Bashar al Assad, Abdullah Salloum and Mahmoud Mari.
It stated that “those whose candidacy applications were rejected have the right to file a complaint before the court within three days, starting from the morning of Tuesday, May 4”.
It’s noteworthy that, the presidential elections in Syria will be hold on May 20th, to elect president for a term of 7 years in office.