President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Nasr Al-Hariri, took part in an online panel discussion held under the title “Political changes and Syrian affairs … Syria, to where? Participants in the discussion, which was organized by Tastakil independent organization, also included coordinator of the SOC’s Office of Civil Society Organizations, Zuhair Muhammad, member of the political committee, Abdel-Majeed Barakat, and member of the General Assembly, Ahmed Tomeh.
About 120 people participated in the discussion which dealt with the latest developments in Syria. Al-Hariri gave an overview on the SOC’s activities in recent months and the latest developments in the political process, especially the Assad regime’s attempts to block a new round of talks by the Constitutional Committee.
Al-Hariri talked about the tour he has recently made to the liberated areas, highlighting the new military escalation by the Assad regime and its backers in the liberated areas. He warned of the collapse of the ceasefire agreement in northwestern Syria due to the regime and its backers’ insistence on pursuing a military solution.
Al-Hariri also talked about the work of the Syrian Interim Government in the liberated areas and the SOC’s efforts to return properties to their rightful owners in Afrin.
Moreover, participants discussed the results of the US elections and their impact on Syria, especially in this critical juncture of the Syrian revolution.
Al-Hariri stressed the need to empower women at the political, economic and social levels as he stressed the importance of engaging them in decision-making. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)