The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee held a regular meeting in the presence of SOC’s President Salem Al-Meslet, Head of the Syrian Negotiations Commission Anas Abdah, and Co-chair of the Constitutional Committee Hadi Al-Bahra. It discussed the latest field and political developments and the SOC’s ongoing consultations within the framework of the reform process.
Al-Meslet gave an overview on the meetings he held with heads of local councils and local dignitaries in the liberated areas, during which he focused on the developments in the political process and the completion of the reform process by co-opting effective representatives.
The SOC’s Vice-Presidents gave a weekly overview on their work, while Abdah and al-Bahra spoke about the UN envoy Geir Pedersen’s latest briefing to the UN Security Council.
Abdah reaffirmed the Syrian Negotiation Commission’s to commitment to the implementation of UN resolution 2254 with all its tracks, of which the Constitutional Committee is a part.
For his part, Al-Bahra pointed to the start of preparations for the eighth session of the Constitutional Committee due to be held in May.
Coordinator of the SOC’s Communities Office, Muhammad Yahya Maktabi, presented a report on the meetings that the Office held with the Councils of Communities Abroad to discuss their representation in the SOC as part of the reform plan and to complement the expansion consultations.
Secretary of the SOC’s political committee, Abdul Majeed Barakat, talked about the results of the youth parliament elections, which took place in the liberated areas under the supervision of the Stabilization Support Unit. He stressed the importance of the move in helping raise political awareness among the young people and create the appropriate atmosphere for their participation in political work.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)