We have been following the events in Syria. We have been watching videos of bloody protests, gun shooting, crying and dying people. How can a popular leader, as Bashar al-Assad president of Syria certainly was, especially after introducing wide reforms after his appointing in 2000, keep his position in such a situation? Lucia Mrázová decided to look to the other end of the corridor and talk to a representative of the Syrian government.
"Because we trust our people, we believe it is not
a revolution. If it was a revolution, the regime would
have fallen in the first or second month."
"When you are in such a complex situation, mistakes can be made."