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General Soleimani, who leads the Iranian military advisors in both Iraq and Syria, warned the Manama regime on June 20 to stay away from Bahraini Shiite cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Qassim or wait for dire repercussions, including armed struggle by people and overthrow of the Al Khalifa dynasty.
This model allows the level and volatility to vary over time between regimes.
The former regime didn't treat protesters as bad as the current one is doing.
It is, therefore, an absolute necessity, now more than ever before, that this regime is stopped.
Individual types of non-democratic regimes are characterized by different manner of executing the political power.
The planned legislation that outlines the new legal framework for micro and small enterprises in the Republic of Cape Verde incorporates a new labour regime lowering the number of holidays and compensation for being laid down or contracts reaching an end.
Therefore, we propose an alternative definition of a regime complex as a network of three or more international regimes that relate to a common subject matter; exhibit overlapping membership; and generate substantive, normative, or operative interactions recognized as potentially problematic whether or not they are managed effectively.
Summary: Geagea called Thursday on Christians in Syria to take part in the 20-month-old uprising against Syria's President Bashar Assad, adding that the Syrian regime was the first to attack Christians.
The policy of the Rajapaksa regime, as it has turned out to be, is not reconciliation but assimilation.
Syrians are the owners of the revolution from its first hours to this day and their objective is to have a Syria free of fascism and for their oppressors to experience a fate similar to that of criminal regimes that fell earlier, such as Saddam Hussein in Iraq and Muammar Qaddafi in Libya.
If we assume that the current Syrian regime is history, and regardless of how the current conflict will end, it becomes logical for us to consider that the Syrian opposition is faced by a major burden, as a result of the destruction induced by the regime to the country's internal structure.