A war observer said on Saturday that at least two people were killed and 317 injured in the shooting to celebrate the election victory of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the victim was killed by random bullets fired by Assad supporters in the capital Damascus and the northern city of Aleppo.
According to reports from a British-based organization, a young man and a child were killed in Aleppo.
Al-Assad won the election for the fourth time on Wednesday, winning 95.1% of the vote and a new seven-year semester.
The opposition and Western countries declared that the election was a farce, taking place in an area controlled by the Syrian government, and three candidates could be elected.
The German agency dpa wrote that Assad won 88.7% of the votes in the 2014 election, which is the first time there are more candidates.
The 55-year-old leader has ruled Syria since 2000 and seized power from his father Hafez, who was in power from 1971 to 2000.
The hallmark of President Assad’s term was a peaceful protest war that began in 2011 and later evolved into a bloody conflict involving world powers.
With the help of Russia and Iran, Assad won the battle with the rebels and regained control of about 70% of Syria’s territory.