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Syrian opposition rejects UN proposal to appointing 3 Assad deputies

The Syrian opposition has rejected the UN's suggestion that three of President Bashar Al-Assad's deputies should be appointed to run the country's security, financial and military establishments in order to resolve the crisis, a senior official said.

"This Iranian proposal was rejected," the head of the Syrian opposition's High Negotiations Committee, Asaad Al-Zoabi, tweeted. He added that any settlement that allows for Al-Assad to remain in power is a violation of the Geneva I resolution.

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