Syrian activists have launched a popular campaign aimed at rejecting the normalization process with the criminal Assad regime, as well as the decision to readmit it to the Arab League. During this campaign, they strongly emphasized their refusal to rehabilitate the Assad regime and reiterated their determination to continue the revolution until the regime is overthrown and its corrupt clique is held accountable.
The campaign, operating under the slogan “Syria is not represented by the criminal Assad,” was initiated a few days ago in anticipation of today’s mass revolutionary demonstrations in all liberated Syrian regions. Additionally, various revolutionary activities and events are due to be organized in several European countries.
Activists have urged Syrians to gather in public squares to express their rejection of the normalization efforts with the Assad regime. They condemn the return of a regime responsible for the ongoing killing of the Syrian people and the perpetration of horrific massacres against them, and they criticize the Arab League’s decision to readmit such a regime.
In response to these developments, the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) released a statement expressing its rejection and dissatisfaction with the decision to allow the criminal regime back into the Arab League. The SOC emphasized that this decision signifies a betrayal of the Syrian people and their just demands, as well as a disregard for their immense sacrifices during the 12 years of revolution against injustice, terrorism, and tyranny. The statement further highlights the blatant bias in favor of criminals demonstrated by this decision.
The SOC stressed the urgent necessity of a comprehensive political transition in Syria in accordance with UN Resolution 2254. They called for holding Assad and his regime’s criminals accountable for their actions. Any initiative that deviates from the framework set forth by this UN resolution, the SOC asserted, would undermine the Syrian people’s demands, align with the criminal Assad regime, and ultimately surrender to it and its allies.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)