According to those responsible for the process reported to al-Watan newspaper, the number of deserters served by the judicial and military authorities in the centers opened since five months ago in several localities of Deir Ezzor reached 36,000.
In Aleppo, the member of the Executive Bureau of this governorate, Kumeit Assi, revealed that within a month and a half of the opening of the three centers, the legal status of about six thousand irregulars and fugitives from military and reserve service was normalized.
Meanwhile, 3,418 people were pardoned in the locality of Sabkha, in Raqa, despite the obstacles imposed by the separatist militia Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), allied to Washington.
The Syrian Army expanded its reconciliation-based policies to restore normalcy in certain provinces and regions without resorting to military operations, which could lead to loss of life and property.
The initiative proposed by the government includes the granting of amnesty to armed persons who lay down their arms and deserters who surrender to the judicial and military authorities and then rejoin the army ranks.