The opposition’s negotiating delegation has laid out a comprehensive vision for the transitional period in Syria and the political transition process, Vice-President of the Syrian Coalition Samira Masalmah said.
Masalmah, who is currently in Geneva as part of opposition’s negotiating delegation, pointed out that the opposition’s vision emphasizes forming a transitional governing body with full powers as a basis for any possible solution.
Masalmah added that the opposition’s vision for Syria’s future involves drafting a new constitution and holding free and democratic elections. She stressed that this vision lays the groundwork for building a new Syria in which equal rights for all components of the Syrian people are ensured.
The opposition’s negotiating delegation has proved it is keen on finding a political solution to the crisis during the negotiations in Geneva out of its sense of responsibility towards the Syrian people who aspire for building a free democratic state and ending tyranny and dictatorship, Masalmah added.
Masalmah went on to say that opposition’s negotiating position was further reinforced by the recent revival of the civil society movement that accompanied the second round of negotiations. The revival of the civil anti-regime movement clearly indicates that the revolution is alive, which lends weight to the negotiating process. (Source: Syrian Coalition)