Fadel Mousa: The regime and the opposition are following a method of exclusion against the Kurds

The leader of the Democratic Left Party, Fadel Mousa, said that working to solve the Syrian crisis according to the decisions of the Geneva Conference and UN Resolution 2254 has become a national necessity after a decade of war and destruction.

Mousa’s speech came during his participation in the fifth dialogue session held by Ezdina Organization, last Thursday, in the city of Qamishlo/Qamishli within the project "A Constitution That Protects Us", in the presence of political leaders and representatives of political parties in the northeastern regions of Syria.

Mousa wondered whether the outcomes of all the conferences for solving the Syrian crisis would meet the national aspirations of the Syrian Kurds, like the rest of the components of the Syrian people.

The Kurdish politician explained that the UN Resolution 2254 may be a way out to solve the crisis for the Syrian regime and its military strength, as well as for the opposition and its armed factions in order to break the bottleneck and confirm that there is no military solution in Syria, but rather a political solution that satisfies everyone must be found.

Mousa added that the starting point of the regime and the opposition is to enter into negotiations and bargains at the expense of the Syrian people and their sacrifices, in order to dominate power and share the wealth of the Syrian people between the international and regional power, away from the true aspirations of the Syrian people.

Mousa pointed out that Rojava or northeastern Syria, is geographically, politically and militarily marginalized, and the regime and the opposition are following the exclusion approach, and that the exclusion of the Kurds is on both sides. If the two parties agree, so the Kurds should be honored, but if they differ, so the Kurds are separatists and agents of Israel and must be fough and exterminating them by all military, political, economic, legal and constitutional means.

The leader of the Democratic Left Party said that Resolution 2254 could be a way to create a ground between the regime and the opposition without giving any consideration to the specificity of Rojava and its right to establish their national rights in accordance with international covenants and covenants within a unified, pluralistic, democratic and secular Syria so that their national rights are protected in the constitution and in Supra-constitutional articles that cannot be violated or repealed.

Mousa added that the Kurdish participation in international conferences and the Constitutional Committee should be expanded, and the Kurds' participation should not be limited to members of the Kurdish National Council that is within the Opposition Coalition which receives its orders from Turkey, which occupies a third of the geography of Rojava.

Moussa concluded his intervention by talking about the need to involve representatives of the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria through the Syrian Democratic Council, and their participation in committees and any activities related to the Syrian issue, pointing out that reaching a unified Kurdish delegation will have a great impact on establishing Kurdish national and constitutional rights in the future Syria.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: Fadel Mousa: The regime and the opposition are following a method of exclusion against the Kurds
Fadel Mousa: The regime and the opposition are following a method of exclusion against the Kurds
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