The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) Committee of Political Parties and Movements held a meeting with the National Party for Justice and Constitution (Waad). They discussed the latest field and political developments and ways to develop the relationship between the parties and the Syrian political movements.
The meeting brought together coordinator of the department, Abdullah Kaddo, members of the department Farouk Tayfur, Muhammad Dughaym and Muhammad Ali Issa, as well as Waad members Amer Fares, head of the political bureau Hassan Wahoud, and former Secretary-General of the party Jihad al-Atassi, Head of the Public Relations and Media Office Lina Al-Khayyat, and party member Ammar Al-Asaad.
Kaddo gave an overview on the SOC’s work in the field as well as the latest political developments, and talked about the activities of the Department of Parties and the vision of its upcoming work.
Members of the Waad party gave an overview on the workshops, conferences and meetings they are holding, and the party’s current structure, in addition to its latest activities and work in Syria.
The two sides discussed the prospects for the political process and the difficulties facing its work. They stressed the need to move the Syrian file forward, activate the political process and demand the implementation of international resolutions on Syria, especially the Geneva Communique of 2012 and UN Resolutions 2118 and 2254.
They agreed on the necessity of joint work and the preparation of consultative meetings to evaluate the work of the Syrian parties and help train and develop Syrian cadres at the political, diplomatic and party and institutional levels. They also stressed the importance of working on a paper that brings together common goals between the SOC and the Waad party and strengthening joint work on it.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)