NSF leaders were referred to the Supreme State Security Court earlier this month after a report was filed accusing them of using vigilante groups, including the 'Black Bloc', to overthrow the government.
What does SSSC stand for?
SSSC stands for Supreme State Security Court (Syria)
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We have 43 other meanings of SSSC in our Acronym Attic
- Space Station Support Center/Complex
- Static Synchronous Series Compensator
- Steel Stringer-Timber Deck Continuous (engineering)
- Storage System Standards Committee
- Street Sweeper Social Club (Tom Morello and Boots Riley album)
- Student Support Services Center
- Subsidized Standards Standing Committee
- Sun Solar System Connection (NASA)
- Super Sativa Seed Club
- Superior Suspensory Shoulder Complex
- Surface Subsurface Surveillance Control
- Surface Subsurface Surveillance Coordination
- Surface Subsurface Surveillance Coordinator
- Swinburne Senior Secondary College (Australia)
- System Structure and Control (International Federation of Automatic Control)
- Security Systems Standards and Certification Act
- Sooner State Sporting Clays Association (Guthrie, OK)
- Sand and Sage Sports Car Club (Washington)
- Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center (Louisana State University; New Orleans, LA)
- Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Ghana)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For some reason, the Syrians are disregarding lifting the emergency status, revoking the Supreme State Security Court, and issuing the media and parties laws.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a London-headquartered human rights organization, heavily criticized an August 23 decision by the Syrian Supreme State Security Court to imprison eight individuals for membership of a radical Islamist group.
The Supreme State Security Court in Abu Dhabi pronounced its verdict, which cannot be appealed, in the presence of defendant Mohammed Zuhair Siddiq, a former member of Syria s intelligence services.
The Supreme State Security Court in Abu Dhabi pronounced its verdict, which cannot be appealed, in the presence of defendant Mohammed Zuhair al-Siddiq, a former member of Syria's intelligence services.
Summary: Syrian authorities should abolish the Supreme State Security Court (SSSC), a special court that exists outside the ordinary criminal justice system to prosecute those perceived as challenging the government Syrian authorities should abolish the Supreme State Security Court (SSSC), a special court that exists outside the ordinary criminal justice system to prosecute those perceived as challenging the government, Human Rights Watch said in a report released Tuesday.
The Supreme State Security Court and other state security courts and prosecution offices are operating as usual, however.