Vice-president of the Syrian National Coalition, Oqab Yahya, stressed that no party can impose its vision for a political solution in Syria, stressing that the solution can only be reached through the implementation of international resolutions, most importantly the Geneva Communique of 2012 and UN Resolution 2254.
Yahya was speaking at a workshop that was held under the title “scenarios of the development of the situation in Syria” at the invitation of the Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies. The participants included researchers and politicians.
The discussions focused on the course of the Syrian revolution, the drivers for external interventions, the reality of the revolution's institutions, and the possible scenarios.
The studies department at the Harmnon Center presented a comprehensive paper for discussion and development so as the Center adopts and issue after taking into account the observations, opinions and suggestions by the participants.
Yahya said that reaching a political solution requires the approval of representatives of the Syrian people, reaffirming the Coalition’s commitment to the principles and goals of the Syrian revolution as well as the rights of the Syrian people to regain freedom, dignity, and salvation from the authoritarian regime.
Yahya pointed out that drafting a new constitution for the country is a an important, fundamental step, but will not be feasible without the creation of a safe, neutral environment. He also stressed that this also requires the implementation of genuine political transition, which is the essence of the political process. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)