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Syrian candidate blames wealthy minority for hoarding

Hassan al-Nuri -- a candidate for the upcoming Syrian presidential elections -- speaks during an interview with AFP at a hotel in Damascus, on May 20, 2014A candidate standing against Bashar al-Assad in next month’s Syria’s presidential election says the country’s conflict began because of the regime’s poor economic management and a minority elite monopolising wealth. We mustn’t forget that,” Hassan al-Nuri told AFP in an interview on Tuesday. “I wish the current president had visited Daraa” in southern Syria, he said of the cradle of the revolution, where Assad could have “organised meetings, not at the presidential palace, but in Daraa itself”. “But now… we need to take into consideration that there is a global conspiracy” over Syria, said Nuri, echoing the regime’s description of the revolt and ensuing civil war.

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