Ezdina holds its fifth dialogue session for political leaders in Qamishlo

Ezdina Organization dedicated its fifth dialogue session within the project "A Constitution That Protects Us", for political leaders and representatives of political parties in the north and east of Syria.

The session was held on Thursday, in the office of Ezdina  in the city of Qamishlo/Qamishli, and is considered the last session to be held in the city of Qamishlo, as part of the project "A Constitution That Protects Us", where the Organization will move to other cities in order to hold more dialogue sessions.

The dialogue session was attended by:
  • Ahmad Suleiman, the leader of the Kurdish Progressive Democratic Party in Syria.
  • Hadiya Shamo, Yazidi activist
  • Marwan Akil, an independent politician. 
  • Sanhrib Barsoum, the leader in the Syriac Union Party in Syria.
  • Akram Al-Mahshoush, the leader in the Conservative Party.
  • Abdul Samad Khalaf Biro, the leader of Kurdistan Union Party.
  • Hikmat Mohammad, an independent politician.
  • Mustafa Mashayekh, the leader in the Kurdish Democratic Union Party in Syria (Yekiti).
  • Fadel Musa, the leader in the Democratic Left Party.
  • Akram Hasso, member of the Kurdistan National Congress.
  • Nasreddin Ibrahim, the leader of the Kurdish Democratic Party in Syria (Al-Parti).
  • Badran Ciya Kurd, vice President of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration.
  • Mohammad Ismail, member in Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria.
  • Mohsen Taher, member in Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria.
  • Hussein Azzam, an independent politician.

The director of  Kurds Without Borders Organization, Kadar Piry, and the member of the co-presidency of the Democratic Union Party, Saleh Muslim, and the academic specialized in international relations, Omar Sheikhmous, also participated in the dialogue session via the "Zoom".

The discussion session was moderated by the lawyer, human rights activist Omar Ali, and the member of the Constitutional Committee, Dorsen Oskan.

The dialogue session, which lasted more than three hours, dealt with several axes related to the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee, its establishment, the nine Geneva conferences and their results, the course of the political process in Syria, and the UN resolutions related to the situation in Syria.

The leader of the Kurdish Progressive Democratic Party in Syria, Ahmed Souleiman, said during the session, that writing the constitution is a topic related to the availability of the environment and the appropriate political climate, which is considered not present in Syria until now, in the absence of the international will to solve the Syrian crisis, which contributes to complicating the issue further.

For his part, the member of Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria, Mohsen Taher, explained in his intervention that the percentage of Kurdish representation is not at the required level in the Constitutional Committee, and they seek to increase the percentage of Kurdish representation and increase their effectiveness in writing the constitution of the future Syria.

The Vice-Presidency of the Executive Council in the Autonomous Administration, Badran Ciya Kurd, said in his intervention that the Autonomous Administration is not represented in the Constitutional Committee and is absent from it as a result of a Turkish veto, and therefore they are not concerned with its decisions and what is issued by it.

In turn, the session facilitator, Lawyer Omar Ali, spoke about the establishment and composition of the Constitutional Committee and how to put in place mechanisms to protect the rights of all political parties, and stressed the importance of the role of political parties in building a modern constitution that meets the aspirations of the Syrian people.

The participants in the session agreed on a set of proposals and recommendations, including the necessity of geographical and ethnic representation in the Constitutional Committee, the selection of representatives in the Constitutional Committee in proportion to their presence, the increase in the number of Kurdish representatives and the involvement of the Autonomous Administration in North and Easdt Syria, also the Yazidi, Syriac and Christian components in the Constitutional Committee.

The recommendations of the participants included the demand that Syria be a decentralized, pluralistic and secular state, also that the constitution guarantees the representation and protection of all Syrians, in addition to creating mechanisms to guarantee the rights of all and protect the constitution by adopting a document or social contract i.e. (texts above the constitution), and the necessity to agree on the name of the state, the form of the system of government and the flag of the future Syria.

Ezdina Organization held four sessions within its project "A Constitution That Protects Us". The first session was devoted to media professionals, while the second session targeted the youth group, while the third session was devoted to women and the fourth to representatives of religious and national minorities.

It is noteworthy that Ezdina Organization launched its new project in northeastern Syria, under the title "A Constitution That Protects Us", started from February 23, 2021, for a period of three months.



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Ezdina holds its fifth dialogue session for political leaders in Qamishlo
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