A Syrian man accompanied of his children casts his ballot during the presidential election on June 3, 2014 at a polling station in Damascus. (AFP PHOTO/ LOUAI BESHARA)
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Syrians voted Tuesday in a presidential election that is all but guaranteed to hand Bashar Assad another seven-year term. Here is a series of Syrians offering their thoughts on the poll:– Uday Jurusni, a student in Damascus who voted using a pin to prick his own finger to draw blood.– Muhieddine Lathkani, a London-based Syrian opposition figure, referring to two of Assad's allies.– Muataz Haqqi, 40, a technician in Damascus who voted early before starting work.
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