President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Salem al-Meslet, and member of the political committee, Badr Jamous, visited the local council in the town of Ghandoura in rural Aleppo where they met with the local council’s members, local notables, civic bodies, activists, and leaders of the civil and military police forces.
Al-Meslet commended the work of the executive and services institutions in the town as he stressed the importance of building alternative institutions to those of the Assad regime in the liberated areas, and presenting a successful administrative model.
Al-Meslet talked about the political process and its developments, stressing that Assad is still procrastinating in negotiations and the work of the Constitutional Committee with the support of Russia and Iran and as a result of the soft stances of the international community.
He stressed the importance of constant cooperation and coordination among all revolutionary forces and actors to face challenges and continue the Syrian revolution to achieve its demands for freedom, dignity and democracy.
For their part, the local notables spoke about the importance of focusing on the issue of detainees and the need to achieve a breakthrough in this issue so as to release detains and disclose the fate of the forcibly disappeared.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)