Member of the Political Committee Fuad Aliko condemns the Democratic Union Party’s (PYD) practices which aims to bring about a demographic changes in northern Syria which has long been known for national, religious and sectarian diversity. Aliko was referring to PYD’s passing of “the management and protection of migrants and absentee funds” law.
He dubbed this law as theft and blackmailing of citizens, pointing out that these practices violate basic personal human rights, private property, and international humanitarian laws.
The PYD on Tuesday approved “the management and protection of migrants and absentees’ funds” law, which include money and property to put them in “the service of society and population.”
The Assyrian Observatory for Human Rights expressed its deep concern about the PYD’s illegal practices and violations in the province of Hasaka, adding these practices are aimed at changing the demography of the area and are feared will end the presence of the Christian Assyrians in their historical strongholds in Syria.
The observatory added that this law was preceded by numerous violations that would undermine stability and civil peace in the area, pointing out that the latest law passed by the PYD has “no legal basis in terms of jurisdiction.
It calls on the international community and the countries that support and finance the PYD to prevent the implementation of this illegal law, which sets a dangerous precedent in Syria as it amounts to ethnic cleansing and discrimination against the population of the area. (Source: Syrian Coalition)