Syria opposition demands reform, vows protests

Syrian resistance figures said Wednesday their "massive waged people revolution" will break the regime unless President Bashar Assad leads a change to democratic state, even as authorities intensify their onslaught on the country's rebellion.

The announcement from an umbrella group of opposition activists in Syria and overseas called the National Initiative for Change said a elected conversion will "safeguard the nation from falling into a period of violent behavior, chaos and civil war."

"If the Syrian president does not wish to be evidenced in history as a leader of this transition period, there is no alternative left for Syrians apart from to move onward along the same path as did the Tunisians, Egyptians and Libyans before them," the declaration said.

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