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Ahmad Tomah, the head of the interim government, stated that the initial work of the government is based on three key points: "human rights, security and construction." Tomah added that “achieving civil peace, and ensuring that the needs of Syrian citizens are met, are the foremost tasks of the interim government." Tomah stressed that "economic, social, and food security, as well as addressing the people’s psychological needs, are the interim…
The latest move of the Kurdish National Council joining the Syrian Coalition is a needed addition to the structure of the Coalition, which is a popular incubator for all spectrums of the Syrian people. The Syrian Coalition stressed that this step will inspire hope for the "struggling people," and is a “qualitative breakthrough towards strengthening national unity under a constitution that will preserve the integrity of Syrian territory." Furthermore, the…
In his remarks addressing an Amnesty International delegation, President Jarba declared that "the Free Syrian Army is keen on respecting the rules of international humanitarian law," in relation to "the safety of civilians, regardless of their religious or political affiliation." Preseident Jarba also shed light on the nature of extremist factions and the conditions that has led to their emergence in Syria and the real danger they pose “on all…
Ahmad Jarba, president of the Syrian Coalition, declared that the future of minorities “will be protected only under a democratic state that ensures justice and equality for all citizens." Jarba’s declaration was made during his meeting with a media delegation that represented the Christian components of the March 14th Movement. The President also expressed the Coalition’s interest in future relations between Syria and Lebanon, hoping that such "relations will be…
In a bold move, the Syrian Coalition called the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) an "anti - Syrian revolution organization and supportive of the Assad regime." The statement came after the PYD formed a transitional civilian administration in what it referred to as "Western Kurdistan-Syria" according to a statement issued by the Kurdish party. The Syrian Coalition described this move as "separatist" and does not have any link to the…
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