National Security Bureau of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party – Syria Region

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National Security Bureau
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Regional Command of the Syrian Regional Branch
Headquarters Damascus, Syria
Agency executives Ali Mamluk (2012–present), Director
Abdel-Fatah Qudsiyeh (2012–present), Deputy director[1]

The National Security Bureau, officially the National Security Bureau of the Regional Command of the Syrian Regional Branch, is a Ba'ath Party bureau which coordinates the work of Syria's intelligence agencies and advises the Regional Secretary. The individual intelligence agencies, however, in practice have a significant degree of independence and generally report directly to the president. The current head of the National Security Bureau is Ali Mamluk.[1]

Heads[edit]

Syrian intelligence agencies[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Bashar al-Assad's inner circle". BBC News. 12 August 2012.