World Bulletin/News Desk
Ikhlas Badawi, the first woman lawmaker who defected from Syrian regime, said that Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad was trying to inflict the responsibility of the massacres in Syria on Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Badawi, who arrived in Turkey after defecting from Syrian regime, told AA on Saturday that they would like to host Erdogan in Syria after the regime was overthrown.
She thanked Turkish government and people on behalf of Syrian people.
Regarding the regime in Syria, Badawi said that deputies at Parliament did not have any active role or power, adding that the deputies were just sitting in the Parliament and casting votes when they were asked to.
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